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Full text of "The Gentleman's and citizen's almanack ... for the year"

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WHIG CLUB. 
INSTITUTED AUGUST 19, ,789 

COMPOSED of Men 01 genuine Whig fr triple* and confequently 
anient Lovers of their Count; y and its Liberties. All the Aid* or 
Rank, Fortune, Character public and private, Genius, Talents ar^ Elo- 
quence are here united in one Common Caufe, the good of the Country. 

The treat Obje& of thi> Society (as exprflVed in their flrft Refoliuion) 
is the ContVitution of the Realm, as fettled by the Revolution in Great 
Britain and Ireland tn 168B, and Re-e(taWifhetf in 1782. Tim they will 
fupport and maintain as a principle Object and Fundamental Part of that 
Conliitution, 

61 THE SACRED RIGHTS OF 1 HE PEOPLE/* 
and above all, that gren indiipeniable Richt of the Suujedts of this Realm, 
to be free nom and independent on the Authority of any Parliament or 
Legijlatute w 1 atfoevtr, lave only the Parliament of Ireland, that is to 
lay, the King of L eland, and the Lords and Commons of this Rea'm. 
In this truly resectable Body there are, i Duke, 10 Earls, 1 Arehhilhop, 
nifliop^, a Baton'-, 2 Judges honorary Mevhers, 50 Men hers of the 
Houfe ol Commons, and lcveral Gentlemen, as reputable in Character as 
Fortune. 

Secretary, Right Hon. Thomas Conolly. 
Treafurer, Georte Maquay, Efq. 



THE ORPHAN HOUSE, 

SUPPORTED by voluntary fublei ipti^nr, and Contr ibut ion f, *jva» opened 
on the fu ll day of J ami. 1 79 i > for reecivinr, maimai in£% tdueat ine 
and apprenticing, ot bringing up as ufeful Servants, defUtute female chil- 
dren, who have loft both father and mother, and are between five and ten 
years of age when admitted. 

His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, his Grace the Lord Prima'e, the 
Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor, iheu Graces the ArchiiiPnops, their Lord- 
fhips the Bifhop?, and all the members of his Majelly's Privy Council, are 
perpetual Governors of rJvfi Charity . 

Subfcribers of Twenty Pounds Sterling and upwards, are Governors for 
life. Perform fubferibine; Four Pounds are Govei nots for one yea--. 

The Governors and Guardians of this Chanty meet on the ftrft day of 
each month, at the O: phan-houfe, No. 42, PruiTia- flreet, Dublin, 
There are already 34 CI ildren on this Eftabl lfhment. 
Subfcriptions and Donations are receiver, only at the Bank of MefTYs. 
Latouche's, who are Trealurors to the Chairty. Chaplain arc 1 . Secreta-y 
the Rev. Henry Campbell, A. B. No. 20, Piuffia flreet. Regifitr and 
Accountant, Mr. Richard Mallins, No. 5, Euflace flreet. Surgeon, So- 
lomon Richards, Kfm Great GeorgeVflreet, South. Apothecary, Mr. 
Edward Jones, Fleet-ltrect. Matron, Elizabeth FielkeU, tefident at the 
Orphan-houfe. 



THE 

Gentleman's and Citizen's 

A LMANACK , 

COMPILED BY 

Samuel Watson, 

F Q Ljhe Year of our Lord, 1792. 

Being Leap-Year, 

And the THIRTY-SECOND YEAR of GEORGE III, 
Reign, UI 25 Oftober. 
CONTAINING, 

The Days of the Year and Month : Week-Days : SunV RifW an d SettiftB . 
Moon s Age and Change, : a Table of location : The Times of High 
Water, at Dublin-bar. b ™ 

Several Tables, Altered, Renewed, or Continued, 

The MARRIAGES and DEATHS of the PRINCES of Europe. 
The Names of The LORD LIEUTENANT ; of His Majert/s M^Q- 
Honourable PRIVY COUNCIL, and of 

The Lords and Commons of Parliament, 

A!fo, The JUDGES, and feveral'ether Perfons in Places of High Truft, and 
Office in IRELAND, both Civil and Military : The DUHLIN SOCIETY • 
The HOSPITALS : The ROADS and FAIRS : The POST-TOWNS • 
NOTED PLACES referring to them, and FOREIGN POSTAGES. 

N. The Names of the feveral Of f i c e r s of the 1 
Four Courts are printed here by the jueave of the - 
LORD CHANCELLOR, and Judges. 

— -t^fj sy 

DUBLIN: 
Printed for SAMUEL WATSON, at No. 7., in Grafton- 
Street, 1 HO MAS STEWART, BookfJl.r, No. i, AW* , 
lnns-$>unfi and GEORGE DRAPER, Jun. BvokfelUr, 
3 e v E x ty-one, Graj 1on-S 'tree t , i 793. 



An 1 N D E X of ihc principal 



A. Page I 

\BE 'r.DAttlAN Society - "b° 
Account Office, - - 7° 
A.l irtHy Court - - 61 
S >t its to 1 he :\rmy - - - 65 
Al.fermen of Dublin - 7 1 

Arch ftjfhqp* 3 6 1 • 

A ch Deacons - - - - 6% \ 

iivny - - 6 3 I 

a . lietf lbicl - • 

- B - ! 

FJarvkers ol Duhiin • - 7 | 

— . oi Belfatt - - - 7 

oi Clonmefi - - - 7 

or Coik, &c. 7 

„— oi W atrrfoid • "j 

jlatfk or Ireland - - - 7° 

fKron* " * ! 4* 

knacks marked I - - - - *°4 

— 1 Com mi (boners - - - 65 

Matters - - - ibid. 

births ot Sovereigns of Europe - 31 
l.hlhops ----- - - 4* 

Canal (Grand ^ 82 



Coroners - - - - « 
Counties (Governors of) 

Table of - - 

Court of Admiralty - » 
■■- Chancery 
— Common Pleas 



8z 

57 
86 

85 
33 
1 19 

7» 

99 



- (Royal) - - 
Chancery Court - - - - 
Charitable Loan - - - - 
Charter-School Society - 
Chief Governors - - - 
Circuit Roads - - - - 

City Officers 

Clerks of the Crown and Peace m 
Coaches and Carriages( Rates of)i 20 
107 
108 
68 
66 
77 
77 
77 
70 
101 
6i 
57 
*J 
72 



Coaches (Mail) 

Coaches (Stage) 

Colleaorsof Hearth-Money - 
of the Revenue - • 
College of Phyficians - - 

(Trinity) - - - 

Terms - - - - 

Commiffioners of Accounts 
_ for Affidavits - 

- of Appeak 



• of Bankruptcy - 
— of Barracks - - 
for Paving, &c. 



-— Cotififtoj y - 

Delegates - - « 

— Exchequer - - - 

— Exchequer Chamber 

— King's Bench - - 

Metropolitical - - 

Prerogative - - - 



_ of the Revenue -66 

- . of Stamps - - 70 

Commons ot Ireland - - - 46 



Cuftodes Rotuloi um marked * 
D. 

Deans of Ireland - - - - 
Delegates (Court of) - - - 
Dilpenlary, (Dublin General) 
Divine Service early - - - . 

Monthly and Quarterly 

Dublin City Magiilrates 6cc. - 
■Society - 



Page 
1 00 

- 9* 

- 28 

- 61 

- 57 

- 58 

- 61 
61 

59 

- 60 

- >8 

- 61 
6i 

* 9* 



61 
61 
96 
7 
7 
71 
73 
78 



Dunn's (Sir Patrick) Profeffors 
E. 

Earls 37 

Eat Pseldeft Sons Titles - - ibid. 

Eel i pies 8 

Exchequer (Court of) - - - 59 

Chamber - • - 60 

ExpreflTes ----- 104 
F. 

Fairs of Ireland ----- nz 

Field Officers ----- 63 

Fire Engines - - - - 7Z 

Fire ( Dub.) Infurance Company 83 

Fire (Hib.) Infurance Company 83 

Fire (Gen) Infurance Company 83 
Forts and Can ilbns( Governors of)65 

G. 

General Officers ----- 63 
Governors of Counties - - - 97 

— : — Forts and Gan ifons 65 

the Work Houfe - 94 

H. 

Harbour of Dub. (Corp. for improv)73 
Hearth-Money Collectors - - 68 
Hibernian Marine Nurfery - - 88 



TABLES and LISTS. 



K 



Mercers 

— Police 

Royal - - 

Steevens's 

— St. Patrick's - 

— Simpfon's 

— St. Nicholas's 



Mails 



? 

9° 
9 l 

06 

b 9 
93 
9* 
91 
9i 
91 
. oz 

9i 



Peerefles - - - - - 
Police (EftabHffiment of) - 
Poftage (Foreign) - - - 

Port Office - 

Poll Towns - - - - - 
Prerogative Court - - - • 
Private ExprefFes - - - » 
Privy Council .... 
ProfeiTors (Sir Patrick Dunn's) 
K. 

Rates of Carriages - - - 
Regifter or Deeds - - 

of Wills - - 

Revenue - - - - 
Roads through Ireland - - 
— — to London 



57 f 



\Hours of diipateh of the 

£ for England ... - 105! 

\jHoufe of Induitry - - - - 93 'Royal Irifh Academy 
Hfc' Houffiold (Lord Lieutenant's) 

N I. 

'vlmprefr Office - - - - 
[ index to Commons or It eland 
nX Inffirnary (King's Royal Miht.) 

Inlurance,(RoyalExchangc)Live 83 



by Donaghadee 



5 

Page 
- 39 
7» 
104 
103 
106 
61 
1 04 
35 
7* 

1 20 
60 
62 
66 

1 <S 

n 9 
no 



70 



- *5 

8 

5« 



. Inierell at 61. per Cent - - 
\ K. 

Kalendar marks explained - 

King's Bench (Court of) 

■ ■ ■ ■ - Council - - 

Profelfors - - - - 78 

Kfiights of St. Patrick - 56 

Lectures weekly and monthly 
Linen Manufactui eTrullces - 
M. 

Ma^iftrates of Chief Towns - 58 

— of Dublin ---71 

MarqueiTcs - - - - - 37 

Marriages and Heirs of Princes 31 

Metropolitical Court - - - 61 

Mutter Office - - - - 63 

Notod Places to Poll-Towns - 108 
O. 

Officers attending the Parliament 55 
Oidnance Office - 64 
Orphan Houle - 2 
P. 

Parliament (high Court of) - 36 
Patentee Officers - - - . 6i> 



Sacrament when ceL tinted 
Stnelchals - - - - - 
Shciffi, (high) of Dublin 
Peers - - 



Six Cleiks - - 

Smith's (Erafmu.s) Schools - - 
Profelfors - 



7 
61 

7* 
ibid. 



Society Dublin 
Stamp Office 



60 ; State officers 



90 
77 
73 
7* 



Table of Guineas 
I of Tides - 



a4 



7 of Moon's rifing and letting 11 



of Expences - 

of Exchange at Par - • 

— of Counties and Houles - 

of Intereft at 61. per Cent 

(Regal) - - - 

ot Purchale - - - 

Term (Hillary) in 1793 - 
Trinity College - - - 



Vilcounts - . 
Vulgar Notes 
Vicars General 
Vice Adtnittls 



22 
29 
28 
*5 
3' 
30 
* 



4* 



- 6t 



Whig Club - - 2 

'WotkVHqufe (Governors of the) 04 
^^_ r ^— ( State of the) - gt 



179* 
1791 
179* 



( 6 ) 

Begins 
Friday Jan. 20 
Mon. April 13 
Mond. June 4 
Satur. Nov. 3 



Sits 
Mond.Jan. 23 
Wed. April 25 
Frid. June 8 
Tuef. Nov. 6 



TERM. 
T TILARY Term 
XlEASTKRTm. 
TRINITY Term 
MICHAEL. Term 1792 

CHANCERY I- et. (Add nextenfuing ) 
a HIL. In 8 Days after St. Hilary. 
b In 15 Days after St. Hilary. 
c OntheMor.ofthePuiif.oftheB.V.M. 
d In8 days aft.thePurif. of theBl. V.M. 
e EAST. In 15 Days after Eafter. 
fFrom theD.iy of Eafter in 3 Weeks. 
g Fiom the Day of Eafter in 1 Month 
b From the Day of Eafter in 5 Week . 
j On the Mor.ofthe Afcen.of our Lord 
k TRIN.On the Mor.ofthe HoIyTrin 
/ In 8 Days after the Holy Trinity. 
m In 1 5 Days alter the Holy Trinity. 
* From the dayof the H.Tr.in3 weeks. 
9 MICH. On the morrow of All Souls. 
pOn the Morrow of St. Martin. 
q In 8 Days after St. Martin. 
r la 1 5 Days after St. Martin. 

RETURNS. COMMON PLEAS. 

MUday Jan. ao.HIL. On theOaaveof St. Hilary 



En .is 

MonJ. Feb. 13 
Mon. May 2 1 
Wed Jun Hf 
Wed. Nov. 2b 
KING'S BENCH RETURNS. 
a HIL. Tuef che Oolave ofSt.Hilary. 
b Tuef.In !$ Days from St. Hilary. 
c Tuef.mor.of thePur.of the Bl. V M. 
d Mon.Oa.of thePur.of the BI.V.M. 
e EAS.Mon.lni $daysfr.thefeaftoiEaft 
/Mon. In 3weeks fr. the feaft of Eaft. 
g Mon. In ; month fr.the ttaft of Eaft. 
b Mon. In 5 weeks fr.the feaft of Eaft. 
/ Frid. The mor^oi "the Ale. of oui Lord. 
/STRlN.Mon. The mor.oftheH.Trin. 
/ Mon. The octave of the Holy Trin. 
m Mond. Ini5Days fr. the Holy Tr. 
n Mon. In 3 Weeks fr. the Holy Tr. 
# MICH Tuef.TheMor. of All Souls. 
p Mond. The Morrow of St. Mai tin. 
q Mond. The O&ave of St. Martin. 
r Mon. In 15 Days from St. Maitiu. 

Quarto die pod, 
Tuefd. Janu. 24 



b\~* Friday Jan. 27. In 1 5 Days from the Day of St. Hilary. Tueld. Janu. 31 
c Friday Feb. 3. On the mor of the Pui if.of theBl. V.M. T e < • Feb. 7 
Feb. 9. Ontheoa.ofthePurif.oftheBl.V.M. Mond. Feb. 13 
April 13. EAST. In 15 days from Eafter-day. 
April 30. In 3 weeks from Eafter-day. 
May 7. In one Month from Eafter-diy. 
May 14. In 5 weeks from Eafter-day. 
May 1 8. On the mor. of the Afcen. of the Lord. 
June 4. TRIN. On the mor. of the Holy Trin. Fridayjune 
June 1 1. On the oa-ave of the Holy Trinity. Wedn.June 13 
lune 18 In 1 5 days from the day of the H. Trin. Wedn.June 20 
lune 25. in 3 weeksfrom the day of the H. Trin. Wedn.June 27 
Nov, 3. MICH. On the morrow of All Souls. Tuefd. Nov. 6 



d Thurf 

t Mon«i. 

f Mond. 

g Mond. 

h Mond. 

i Frid. 

k Mond. 

/ Mond. 

m Mond. 

n Mond. 

• Satur 

p Mond. 

a Mond. 



Wedn. Ap il 25 
Wedn, M ay 2 
Wedn. May 9 
Weda. May 1 6 
Mond. M ay a 



Nov. 12. On the morrow of St. Martin. Thur. Nov. 1 5 

Nov. 19. On the ocVave of St. Martin. < Wedn. Nov. 21 
Nov. 26. In 15 days from the day of St. Martin. Wedn. Nov. 28 
Add the Words next coming in each Line. 
k TRIN. On the mor. of the H.Trin. 
/ In 3 days of the Holy, Trinity, 
win 15 days of the Holv Trinity. 
n In 3 *ccks of the Holy Tnnity- 

MICH. On the morrow of AllSouli. 
p On the morrow of St. Martin. 
q In 8 days of St. Martin. 

\r In I 5 davs of St. M artin. 

1 $5 Hu.'»793» iD 



r Mond. 

EXCHEQUER RETURNS. 
a HIL. In 8 da?s of St. Hilary. 
b In 15 days of 'St Hilary. 
C Onthemor.o! thcPurif.of theB.V.M 
did SdaysofthePurir.of theB.V.M. 
t EAST. In 15 da>s of Eafter. 
/ In 3 weeks of Eafter. 

fin one month of Eafter, 
In 5 weeks of Eafter. 
f On the inor. *f AfcrQ. «f cur Lord 



Bankers. Early Divine Service. 
BANKERS cf DUBLIN. | BANKERS of tVATERFQRD 
Simon Newport, Ewf; 
Sir jrohn Newport, Bt 



SIR Wm. Gleadowe Newcomen,' 
Bart. & Go. Cajlle-fireet. 
Rt. Hn, David Latouche, and Co. 

Caflle-ftreet. 

John Finlay, F% and Co. Upper 
Qmond-quay. 

John-Dawfon Coates, Tbotnas-flr. 
Bank of Ireland, fee Page 70. 
Hpursof Attendance from 10 to 3, 
Bmk?rsHolydaysare marked thus|[ 
. in the Kalendar. 

BANKERS of CORK, 

MESSRS .Falkiner,Cotter,Lcflie 
ScKellet, near the Cujlom-hou. 
Samuel Pike, and Richard Pike, 
Blares-lane. 

Sir Tho. Roberts, Bt. James Chat- 
terton, and Co. Efqrs. Patrick Jlreet. 

Their Hours from 10 in the Morn 
till % in the Afternoon,. And Tuef. 
and F rid. at 5 Even. lor Poll Bufinef? 
only. Their Holydays the fame a* 
the Dublin Bankers. 



and 

William Newport, Efq; 
H. Hayden, 6c B. Rivers, Efqr*. 

BANKERS if LIMERICK. 
Thos. and Robt. Maunfell, Efqrs. 
Sir Matthew Blackilton, B:. 
Thoma* Brooke, and 
Richard Maunfell, Efqrs. 

Hours from 10 u 3 o'Clodk, 
Holidays tfee fame as the Dublin 
Banks. 

BANKERS of CLONMELL. 
William and Phir.eas Riall. 

BANKERS of BELFAST. 
John Evving, John Holmes, John 

Brown, and John Hamilton. 
Cnnninghan, Campbell, Browne and 

Rankin. 

Holidays every Saturday, Good Fri- 
day and Chi iftmas Day. 
Attendance from to 'til! ? o'clock. 



EARLY DIVINE SERVICE on Su kday Morning*, m uk Cnu.cncs 
cf Dublin, for Servants, £cc. * Prayers, Sermon^ <Sf Sacrament. \ Pray 
ets and Sermon. § Pt ayet s and Sacrament. 

IVEEKLT Divine Service. 
St. Andrew's, t begin* f'om tre 

a«>th Ma ph till the 29th September 

at 7 o'Clock, ard rrom the 29th ot 

Scpten ber till the 25th of March at 

8 ©'Clock. Sermon at every earL 



Seivice. £a rament on the laff Sui - 
day of every Month, likeuile on 
Oood-Fridav, Eaflei Sunday, and 
Chrillmas M->m'n<;. Sacrament ar 
it o'clock Service as ufual, on the 
fect-nd Sunday of everyMonth. 

St. Anne's, "f*at7, Sacrament third 
Sunday, St. Catharine's at half af- 
ter 7 in Summer and 8 in Winter, 
Sacrament 3 Sunday. 

St M n's at 8, Prayers. — Prayers, 
Sermon and Sacrament at 7 on tin 
Sunday before Chrittmas Da\, th 
Hid Sunday in Lent, the h • ft hin- 
da% be ore Eafter, and Whiifunfid^ 
the foil Surd.n in Augulr, and tru 
fii It Sunday in October. 

Divine Service performed at St 
Mary's, op Monday, Wednefday 



and Friday at 8, and a Sern on on 
every Friday Evening. 

St. Peter's, f at 7, and * firf» Sun- 
day in the Month. St. Kcan's, 
Prayers at 8, and § fir ft. Sunday. 



MONTHLT Divine Service. 
FIRST Sunday, St. James\*, at 7 in 
Summer, and in Winter, Rev. Wm, 
Hamilton A. M. Lecturer. 

SECOMD, $ St. We. burgh's, 7 ir 
Summer, 8 in Winter. 
THIRD, St.Aiuh>en%*,at 6 in Sum- 
mer, & 7 in Winter. 

LAST. St. Andrew's*, in Sum- 
mer, and Winter, at 6. 

QUARTERLr Divine Service. 

St. Michan%* Lafl Sundays in Dec. 
March, June. & Sept. at 6. 

St. Mar y's*, SundaysheforeChriflm. 
Eafter, Whitfund cvMichaeJma*, at?. 

St. Geoige'b Chapel, Summerhih, 
§ Chr iftmas Day, Eafler Day, and 
Whitfunday, at 7. 



Caftle Chapel §, thofe three great 
Feflivals at 7. 

WEEKLT LeSlures, Sec, 
St. John's-f^Friday Morning:, at 1 1 
SouTHWELi/sLefture atSt.Wer- 

burgh's Chu r ch T every fecond Wed. 

Even, at 5. Rev. Matthew Young, 

D. D. Le&urer. 

STEJRNE's Catechetical Le&ure, 

fromEalt. toMichs. at 8 in the Morn 

Mond.St.Werburgh's, &Tuef. St.Ni- 

cholas without- Rev. Thomas Lyfter, 

D D. Lecturer. 

RAMSAY'k Le&ureat St. Mary's, 

•fi Frid. Even, at 5. Rev. Singleton 

Haipur, M. A. Lecturer. 



The Holy Sacrament celebrated in 
the Churches of Dublin, on the ( ift) 
ad, 3d, 4th, or (f) laft Sundays of 
the Month. 

St. Andrew's, (2) St. Michan's, (1) 



St. Anne's (1 ) 
St. Audoen's* ( 1 ) 
St. Bridget's, ( 1 ) 
St.Catharine's,( 1 ) 
Chrift Church,(i) 
St. James's, (3) 
St. John's, (4) 
St. Luke's, 
St. Mark's, 
St. Mary's, 



( 

(t) 

St. Michael's, (i) 



St. Nicholas with 
(0 

St. Nicholas with- 
out, ( 1 ) 
St. Patrick's, i, 

a, 3, 4> (t) 
St. Paul's, (3) 
St. Peter's, (3) 
St. Thomas's, ( 1 ) 
St.Werburgh's(-f*) 



ECLIPSES in the Year 1792. 

ift* Of the Sun, March 12, invifible. 
id. Of the Sun, September 16, invifible. 



CALENDAR Marks Explained 
*T YIGH Tides at Dublin-bar 
Xit^ifehts cif greateftMoonlight 

(| Dublin Bankers Holidays. 

Feb'uary a, and May 17, 
Court' don't fit. 

8 Civil Bill Court in Dublin, fit* 
Mond. April 2 & Saturday Oft. 13 
Procefs to be ferved 12 Days be ton 
the fitting D^y. 

Veltr'us held in Dublin, to 
t:luil< Fir^ Engine Keepers, I air. 2, 3 



VULGAR NOTES. 

C^OLDLN Number, 7. EpacT 
X 6. Dominica! Letter, A (, 
Aft- vVedwfday, Feb. 22. Good- 
Friday, Ap; il 6. 



EASTER- DAY, April 8. Ro- 
gation Sunday, May 13. Afcenfion, 
May 17. Whitfunday, May 27. 
Tnnity Sunday, June 3. Adveut- 
Sunday, Dec 2. 



T E R M S in 1793 

HILARY Term, 1793, Kevins, 
Mond. }anu. tt. Sits, Wed 
janu. 23. Ends, Tuefday, Fenu- 
ii y 12 

RETURNS. Monday, Jan. n. 
Vlond. Jan. 28. Monday, Feb* 
.4 Monday, Fe!>. 1 1 . 

FASTER Term, 1793 Eegins, 
Mond. April 15. 
I 793. Quar.Sefi. Dub-Tue Jan.Fj ■ 



:5 

: la] 

i 



IANUARY One Thoufand Seven Hundred Ninety-Two, (9) 
Begins on Sunday, hath 31 Days. " t . 



2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

1 1 

12 

13 
14 

i"S 
16 

1 7 
18 
19 

20 
2 1 
22 

2 j 
24 

25 
26 
2 

28 

29 
30 

li 
2. 

3- 

4- 



Week-Days, and 
other remarkable 
Days. 



Sun- 
rife. 
H M 



iSUN.p.Chr.D.Cir.'S 
!|0Monday,Dow.Ht. 
9 Fuefday 
Wednefday 
Thurfdav 
IjFriday , EP1PH. 

Saturday 
f 1 SUN. p. Epipb. 
9 -f Monday 
f Fuefday, Qu. Seff. 
W ednef lay 
Thurfday 
Friday, Hillary 
Saturday 

2 SUN. p. Epifb. 
Monday 
Tuefday 

|| Wed. $n*s. birthkt. 
Thurfdav 
Fr*. Aff.Twi B 
Saturday 

3 SX/iV. p. fipipb, 
Mon. Ti- r m Sits 
Tuefday 

Wed Cunv. S. Paul 
1 hurfday 
Friday 
Saturday 

4 .YC//V.'p Epipb, 
...Mond. A# C.h Mart. 

\i\ T ucfflay 
Second Quarter, Sunday, 

Full Moon, Monday, 9 
Fail Qiv.irtcr» Tuefday, 1 

New M ion, Monday, 23 
Second Quarter* M uuhv, 



Sun- 
fet. 
H M 



© 00 
Slow. 
VI. S. 



Dublin-bar. 
Morn. I After. 
H. M. H.M. 



20j 3 

93 

83 
73 
7 3 
63 



3 
3 
33 

23 
1 3 

913 
83 

73 
63 

43 
33 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
49i4 
47'4 
4 6 ,4 
4 4 4 
4*4 
4° 4 



5 


z 9 


1 


4 


29 


A 

4 


5 2 


A 

4 




ft 



5 


'4 


5 


37 


4 


5° 


9 


5 


59 


6 




5 


z 3 


1 


6 


44 


7 


7 


5 


5° 


1 i 


7 


30 


7 


53 





1 7 


1 2 


16 


8 


39. 


6 


a - 


1 3 


9 


3 


9 


2S 


7 




1 A 


9 


5> 


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•5 


7 


34 


1 5 


10* 


39 


1 1* 3 


3 




16 


11* 


26 


1 1 








1 / 


noon 





'3 


5 


4 C 


1 





37 


1 





9 


j , 


•9 


1 


23 


1 


46 


9 


3 *■ 


20 


2 


9 


2 


3 2 


9 


5 s 


2 1 


2 


56 


3 


20 


1 


16 


2 2 


3 


44 


4 


9 


1 


35 


2 3 


4 


34 


5 





1 


1)4 


24 


5 


27 


5 


54 


1 1 


*4 


2 ^ 


6 


22 


6 


5i 


1 1 
1 1 




.a 


7 


21 


7 


5i 


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1 1 


4v 


] - 

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8 


22 


8 


53 




(j 


Z O 


9 


2 4 


9 


54 


1 2 


2 2 


1) 


10 


24 


10 


53 


j 2 


26 
3 U 




1 1 


22 


11*49 


1 2 


50 


2 


noon 


0* 16 


'3 


3 


3 


0*42 


1 


9 


'3 


16 


4 


1 


33 




5* 


»3 


28 


5 


2 


21 


2 


4S 


1 l 3 


40 


6 


3 


8 


3 


3' 


1 13 


49 


7 


3 


54 


4 


17 


1 1 1 




8 


4 




5 


3 



i D.iy, 32 min. p. 3 Morning. 
D.iy.j 4c nun. p. 8 Mdrsip?. 
7 Day, 1 2 min. p. 2 Morning. 

Day, 13 min. p. 5 Afternoon. 

30 Dciv, 4S min p. rG Night. 



( i o ) FEBRUARY 1792, Begins or/\\ ed n e ftl a y , hath 2 9 Days . 



VYeek-Davs, and 
other remarkable 
Davs. 



3U11- 
rife. 
H W 



Sun- 
fet. 
H M 



® too 
Slow 
VI. S. 



Dublin-bar. 
&orn.!Aher. 
H. M. H. Ivi, 



3 2 
.33 
34 
35 

36 
37 
3* 

39 
40 

4' 
42 

43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
4 
49 
5o 
5i 
5 2 
53 
54 
5 

56U5 
57 26 

592s- 
60 29 



1 vv'ecineldav, Fait 
2flThurf ruiif.y.M. 
3 Friday- 
4I Saturday 
5! SEPTUAGES1MA 
6 Monday 
7ifTuefday 
8 fWednefday 



3^ 4 
4 



fThurfday 7 

Friday 7 

Saturday 7 

SEXAGESIMA 7 

Mon.T. E.Boy. Hn. 7 

Tuefday 7 

Wednefday 7 

Thurfday 7 

Friday 7 

Saturday 7 

t?L!IA J <2UJGESL 7 

Monday 7 

Shrove-Tuefday 6 

\\AJb-lVednejday 6 

'1 hurfday, Fall 6 

Fridav, & /ktor. 6 

Saturday 6 

i SUN. in Lent 6 

Monday 6 

Tuelday 6 
Wednefday, Ember 6 



22. 
24 
25 1 , 
*? 
4 29 
4 3i 
4 33 
4 35 



4 37 
4 39 
4 41 
4 43 
4 45 
4 47 
4 49 
f 5' 



59 
57 
55 
5 2 
505 10 



4 7 
4 »5 
4 22 

4 27 
4 33 
4 3S 
4 4 l 
4 4j 
4 45 
4 46 

4 4 6 
4 4$ 
4 45 
4 44 
4 4i 
4 38 

4 33 
4 28 
4 22 
4 16 
4 6 
4 1 
3 53 
3 45 
3 34 
3 2 4 
3 1 
3 2 
2 so 



5 26 

6 ,3 

7 c- 
7 47 

9 22 
.0 9 
10 56 



17 11*43 

/ 



o 

54 

1 42 

2 31 

3 2 3 

4 16 

5 12 

6 1 

7 9 



9 

10 o 

IO 54 

11*45 

o* 9 
o 58 
4! 1 46 

2 33 

3 *< 

4 7 



5 5° 

6 ,7 

7 2 4 

8 11 

8 59 

9 46 

33 

1 20 
midn. 

0*30 

1 18 

2 6 

2 57 

3 49 

4 44 

5 4 1 

6 3 9 

7 3 8 

8 37 

9 33 

10 27 
11. 19 
midn. 

o*34 

1 22 

2 1 o 

2 57 

3 44 

4 3 



3. Full Moon, WedndUay, 8 Day, 44 min. p. 2 Morning. 

4. Laffc Qua* Iter, Wednefday, 15 Day, 39 min. p. i 1 Morning. 

1. N«w Moon, Wednefday, 22 Day, 52 min. p. 4 Morning. 

2. Second Quarter, Wednefday, 29 D?.y , 10 nun. p 7 Afternb 



1 

I 
I 



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MARCH 1792, Begins on 


1 hurlday , bulb 3 1 Days, 






g 


Week-Days, and S 


>un- k 


)un- i 


5 too « 




Dublin-bar. f ] 


P 






other remarkable 


rife. 


fet. J 


Slow. 


> 1 


Vlorn.L 


\fter. f 1 


6 




Days. F 


\ M [ 


-I M i 


yi/'S. 9 


? 


ri. M.ji 


I.M. K 


61 


1 


'i hmi.St.Dav.Brif. ( 


3 4015 20 


2 3b 


8 




5 17 r 


62 


2 


Friday [Fair < 


j 30 


I 2 2 


2 2<; 


g 


^ 40 


6 b 


j 


? 
j 


Saturday 




> 2 4 


2 15 


1 O 


6 28 


6 52* 


64 


4 


2 SUM in Lent 


5 33 


- 1 *7 
> */ 


1 1 59 


i 1 


7 1 <; 


7 3Q 




j 


Mm. Bail. &Drom. 


< 31 


C 1 


i 1 4s 


1 2 


8 2 


8 26 1 


60 


6 


Tuefday [For. hum 




s 2 1 
-> :> 1 


1 1 3c 


t 3 


8 50 


9 1 4- - 


67 




^Wednefday 


6 2' 


5 33 


1 1 15 


l 4 


38 


10 2 > 


68 


8 


fThurfday 


6 2 


5 3> 


1 1 


1 5 


IO 2C 


to 4Q 1 


6q 


Q 
J 


fFriday 


^ 12 
M Z J 


> 3/ 


to 44 


16 


11 I \ 

D 




70 


IO 


Saturday 


6 21 


) j9 


iO 2<? 


i 7 


noon 


0* 3 1 


7 1 


t 1 


1 SlfN. in Lent 

j 


1 9 


5 4 A 


10 13 


! 8 


0*28 




72 


12 


Monday 


1 


5 44 


9 55 


1 9 


I IQ 

y 


I 46 f 


73 


i 3 


Tuefday 


n 1 a 

K0 J ^| 


5 4 U 


9 39 


I 


2 1 ; 


2 40 > 


74 


14 


Wednefday 


r> 1 1 


C /i ft 


9 22 


2 1 


3 8 




7^ 


1 5 


Thurlday, 


6j i 




9 4 


22 


r j 


4 ^ ^ 


76 


l6 


Friday 


6 b 


5 $2 


8 46 


2 J 


5 2 


' ^ « 


7 7 


1 7 


USatur. St. Patrick 


6 6 


5 54 


8 2b 




6 c 


6 28' 


7b 


18 


4 SUN in Lent 


5 4 


5 5<> 


8 11 


15 


6 57 


7 24 


/ -? 


1 Q 


Monday, Fin hunt 


6 2 


} 58 


7 5 2 


2 6 


7 ^ 1 


8 ,7; 


8c 


2 


Tuef. eq. D. & N. 


6 


6 


7 14 


1 7 


8 44 


9 9 1 
v y- | 


8t 


2 1 


Wednefday 


5 57 


3 


7 M 


;:S 


3 fa 




82 


22 


Thurfday , 


5 55|6 5 


6 c< 


X 


IO 2 ; 


i 48 

1 1*37 


8; 


2 1 


Fi iday 


5 5: 


!6 7 


6 ^ 




11 M 


82 




Saturday, Fa ft 


5 5' 


6 c 


> 6 ic 


1 2 


. nnon 


0* j 


8c 




r } SUNinLent Ann in 


' 5 


>6 r 




J s 




\ 47 


8f 


) 2( 


) || Monday \V. M 


5 4: 


'6 1 : 


I 5 4 




^ 1 1 


1 3 s 


8- 


■ 2 ; 


1 Tuefday 


5 4 


> 5 1 ■ 


! 5 2 


i 




) 223 


IB at 


5 Wednefday 

j 


5 4 


36 


i $ 


; i 


S 2 4( 


3 3 9 


89I2C 


} Thurfday 


5 4< 


j 6 2( 


3 4 4 


4 


7 3 3 : 


1 3 56 


9° 3< 


3 Friday 


5 3 


b 6 2 


2 4 2 




» 4 2( 


D 4 44 


9 


i!3 


1 Saturday 


5 3 


616 2 


4 4 


8 oj «; 


b 5 32 



3. Full Moon, Thurfdav, 8 Day, 20 niin. p. 6 Afternoon. 

4. Laft Quarter, Thurfday, 1 5 Day, 47 nifa. p. 6 Afternoon. 

1. New Moon, Thurfdav, 22 Day, 30 nun. p. 5 Afternoon. 

2. Second Quarter, Friday. 30 Day, I4inin. p. 3 Afternoon. 
SPRING QUARTER begins, Mondoy, r g Dav, 4 m. p. 9 Night 



(12) APRIL 1792, Begins on Sunday, hath 30 Days 



e b 



Week-Days, and 
other remarkable 
Days. 



bun-jSun- 
rife. fet. 
H M H M 



© too 
Slow. 

M. S. 



Dublin 
Morn 



-bar. 
Aftei. 
H.M. 



92 

93 
94 

95 
9 6 

9? 
98 

99 
100 
101 
102 

10 3 
104 
105 
1 06 
107 
108 
109 
1 10 
1 1 1 
1 1 
1 1 

I ! 

"5 
Il6 
117 

i iS 

1 19 

120 

I 2 1 



6 SUN. in Lent. 
3 Monday 

Tuefday 

Wed ne ill ay 

Thurfday 
f\\Good-Ftiday 
f Saturday 
\E ASTER-DAT 
\\Eajler- Monday 
\\EaJler-Tuefday 

Wednefday 

Thurfday 

Friday 

Saturday 

1 SUN p Eafier 
||Mon. Bat. Cut. 1 746 

Tuef. Qu. Seffions 
Wednefday 
Thurfday 
Friday, Qu.Aflemb 
Saturday 

2 SUN p. Eafier 
Mon.St.Geor.T.B 
Tuefday .[Cur.R 
Wed.^/.M.TM.Si 
Thurfday 
Friday 
Saturday 

3 SUN. p. Enfter 
Monday 



34,6 
326 
30 6 
286 
266 
246 
22 6 
20 6 
186 



96 
6 



59 
5? 
55 
53 
5i 
4v 
47 
45 
43 
42 
40 
38 
367 



26 3 
28|3 
3°i3 

32|2 

34 

36 

3* 
40 

4 2 
45 

47 
49 
5 1 
53 
55 
57 
59 

3 
5 
7 
9 
1 1 

13 
«5 
17 
18 
20 
22 
24 



49 
3' 
1 2 

54 
35 
19 
2 

45 
29 
1 1 
55 

38 
22 

6 

F 8 
24 

38 

53 
6 

19 
3 l 
44 

5^> 
7 

17 

28 
38 
47 
56 

4 



5 55 

6 41 

7 2& 

8 15 

9 3 

9 53 

10 44 

"*37 
o* 4 

1 1 

1 5*, 

2 57 

3 5 6 

4 53 

5 4h 

6 40 

7 3 l 

8 20 

9 7 
9 54 

10 41 
1 1*29 

noon 

39 

1 27 

2 14 
3 

3 4& 

4 35 

5 21 



6 iS 

7 5 

7 5 

8 39 

9 28 
10 18 
1 1 10 
niidn 

0*32 

1 29 

2 27 

3 2 6 

4 24 
5. 20 

4 



5 
5. 
43 
3° 
<7 
5 
5 2 
16 

3 
5i 

38 

25 
1 2 

59 
5 44 



3. Full Moon, Saturday, 7 Day, 58 min. p. 6 Morning. 

4. Laft Quarter, Saturday, 14 Day, 50 min. in the Morning. 

1. New Moon, Saturday, 21 Day, 9 min. p. 7 Morning. 

2. Second Quarter, Sunday, 29 Day, 34 min. p. 9 Morning. 



- 

2 

n 
4 

2 
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MAY 1792, Begins on Tueiday, bath 31 Days. (13) 





<- 


Week-Days and 


Sun- 


Sun- 


too 




Dubiin-bar. 




6 


other remarkable 


1 lie. 


lit 
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Fad. 


> 

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Morn.l 


After. 




c 


Days. 


HM 


H M 


M. 


s. 


HL M j 


H. M 


I 22] 


I 


11 I uei. riul. & Jac. 


4 34 7 26 


3 




1 


6 7 


6 30 


^31 


2 


Wednesday 


4 327 28 


3 


20 


( i 


6 54 


7 >8 


l 24 


3 


Thurfday 


4 3°7 3 C 


3 


20 


1 2 


7 4 2 


8 7 


125 


4 


Friday 


4 28 ;7 3 2 


3 


32 


l 3 


b 32 


8 58 


I 26 


5 


fSaturday 


4 27 


7 33 


3 


37 


14 


9 -4 


9 5i 




6 


\\ oC/iV. p. Lajter 
f Monday 


4 2 5 


7 35 


3 


4 2 


l 5 


10 19 


10 48 
i 1 47 


128 


7 


4 23 


7 37 


3 


4/ 


16 


11 17 


i 29 






Fuefday 


4 2 1 


7 39 


3 


5 ! 


'7 


noon 


1 7 


130 


9 


W ednefday 


4 20 


7 4° 


3 


54 


. c< 
1 


47 


1 17 


131 


10 


1 nurlday 


.4 '8 


7 4 2 


3 


57 


'9 


I 48 


2 i"* 


132 


i 1 


Friday 


4 16 


7 44 


4 


c 


2C 


2 47 


3 15 


1 33 


1 2 


Saturday 


4 14 


7 46 


4 


1 


2 1 


3 44 


4 i» 


»34 


'3 


5 oU i\' .^.Lajtei L\og. 


4 IJ 


7 47 


4 


2 


12 


4 3^ 


5 3 


•35 


14 


Monday 


4 ^ 


7 49 


4 


1 


2 3 


5 2 9 


5 53 


136 


15 


Tuefday 


4 io 


7 5° 


4 


1 




1 


4 i 


•37 
130 


1 


Wed. Q^born 1 744 


4 8 


7 5 2 


4 


1 


25 


7 5 


7 28 


l 7 


^1 I niu 1. fijc. [r alt 


4 7 


7 53 


4 


i 




7 5 2 


8 15 


l 39 


1 8 


Friday 


* 5 


7 55 


3 


r C 
58 


2 7 


S 38 


9 ! 


1 40 


19 


Saturday 

oca. p. lLtijtef 


4 4 


7 5<> 


3 


5 f 


2 8 


9 z \ 


9 47 


141 


20 


4 2 


7 53 


3 


52 




10 1 1 


to 34 


142 


2 1 


Monday, 1 m . fc,N ■ 


4 1 


7 59 


3 


4-9 


1 


10 58 


• 

1122 


'43 


22 


l u el day 


5 59 


8 1 


3 


4> 


2 


t 1 40 


midn 


144 


2 3 


VV edneiday 


3 SIB 


8 2 


3 


4' 


3 


* . 

1 


34 


145 


24 


Thurfday 


3 57 


3 3 


i 


3* 


4 


57 


1 2 1 


146 




Friday 


3 5S 


8 5 


3 


3' 


5 


1 44 


2 7 


•47 


2 6 


Saturday 


3 54 


8 6 


3 


2 5 


6 


2 3 r 


2 53 


1 48 


2 7 


r r /il / —») O A DAI 


3 53 


8 7 






7 


3 »5 


3 30 


149 


2 


jfj l?U \0H- LvlQUiuiy 


3 5 2 


S S 


3 


1 ( 


t 

c 


4 


4 2 3 


150 


2 9 


//'A ////.it r 7 ,//>/' Uiiflnr 

ri/jon-j ut j. JKt'j'Ot 


3 5' 


S 9 


3 


3 


9 


4 4° 


5 10 


1 5 1 


5 C 


W' at { n t*i I ■ 1 1 1 1 > < • 1 • 


3 49 


8 11 


[2 


55 


1 c 


5 33 


5 57 


! 5 2 


3' 


Thii rfUay 


1 ; 4S 3 i 2 




4~ 


* 1 


6 2 1 


6 45 



3. Full Moon, Sunday, 6 Day, 4^ mjh. p. 4 ATrernoon. 

4. Laft Quarter, Sunday, 1 3 Dav, 1 4 nun. p. 7 Morning. 
1. New Moon, Sunday, 20 Day, 29 niin. p. q Afteraopn 

Z. Second Quarter, Tuefday, 29 Day, i4min. p. 1 Morning 



— ; 

'4) JL'NE 17Q2. Begins m !;ulav , halo %o ! 'my. 



ft 




Vv eek-Days, a d 


Sttn- 




® too 


vy | 


Dublin^ bar. 






other remarkable 


rii 


k 




Faft, 


>i 


•Viorn. 




t — 


y 


Da vs. 


H ft 


H M 




S 


8 |H. M> 


h.m'. 


'S3 


1 


Friday j 470 


1 31 


2 


38, 


1 2 


7 i°i 


7 36 


'54 


2 


Saturday 


3 4<>8 


1.4 


2 


29! 


1 3 


8 3! 

8 59i 


8 30 


'55 


3 


TRINITY-SUN DAT $ 45 1 8 


1 5 


2 


m 


1 4 


9 28 


.56 


4 


tllVlon. Kg. b. 1738 


3 451 


8 


- 5 


2 


,0 


• 5 


9 5*i 


10 28 


'57 


5 


f Tuefday [ Tm.Be. 


3 44 8 


16 


£ 


59! 


16 


10 59 


11 31 


15S 


6 


t Wednefo ay 


3 431 


8 


17 


I 


49! 


l 7 


noon 


0* 2 


'59 


7 


Thurf. Cor. Chr. 


3 4*|8 


18 


I 


37 


18 


°*3 3 


* 3 


160 


8 


Friday, Tm.Sits 


3 4'»8 


19 


I 


25! 


•j 


1 33 


2 1 


161 


9 


Saturday 


3 4* 


8 


i'9 


[ 


1 5 


20 


2 30 


2 57 


162 


10 


1 SUN p. Trirt. 

r 


3 4°{ 


S 


20 


I 


4! 


2 1 


3 2 5 


3 50 


'63 


1 1 


Monday, St. Barn. 


3 4° 




20 


O 


5] 




4 15 


4 39 


164 


2 


Tuefday [Cur.R. 


3 J9! 8 


-» . 


•:> 


39 


2 3 


5 3 


5 26 


165 


'3 


Wed ne Id ay 


3 39 


S 


2 1 





2 7 




5 5^ 


6 13 


l66 


'4 


Thurfday 


? 58 


S 


22 





! 4 


2 5 


6 36 


6 59 


167 


15 


Friday 


3 38 


8 


22 


I 


2 


z« 


7 22 


7 45 


l68 


■6 


satur. B Det.1743 


3 38 


8 


22 


oSl 


. 1 i 


2 7 


8 8 


8 31 


l69 


i? 


2 SUN. p.Trin. 

mm r 


3 38 


8 


22 





2 4 


28 


8 55 


9 iS 


I70 


18 


Monday 


3 37 


8 


23 





37 


2 9 


9 4 2 


10 5 


171 


'9 


Tuefday 


3 37 


8 







5^ 


I 


1G 29 


10 53 


172 


so 


Wednefday 


3 37 


8 


2 3 


i 


2 


1 


I I 17 


1 1*40 


173 


2 I 


Thurfday 


3 37 


8 


2 3 


1 


16 


2 


noon 


0* 4 


174 


22 


Friday, Long. Da) 


3 37 


8 


2 3 


1 


28 


3 


0*27 


50 


'75 


*3 


Saturday, Fall 


3 37 


8 


23 


1 


4« 


4 


1 1 2 


1 35 


176 


»4 


3 SUN.p. Trin.S.J. 


3 37 
3 38 


8 


2 3 


1 


55 


5 


1 57 


2 20 


.177 


'5 


\\ Monday [Bap Mid. 


8 


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Saturday 


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3. FmiII Moon, Tuefday, 5 Day, 25 min. in the Morning. 

4. Laft Quarter, Monday, 1 1 Day, 7 min. p. 3 Afternoon. 

1. New Moon, Tuefday, 19 Day, 18 min. Afternoon. 

2. Second Quarter, Wednefday, 27 Day, 53 min. p. 1 After. 
SUMMER Quarter begins, Wedn. 20 Day, 54 min. p. 6 After 



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6 Friday, Xheft Fair 3 43 8 

7 Saturday 3 44 8 
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Saturday 

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6 Monday 
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Wednefday 
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26 Tbuirtity 

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3. Full Moon, WcdneKi:iv4 Day, 1 min. p. 7 Morning. 

4 Lift Quarter, Wediiel'cay, 11 Day, 25 min. p. 1 Mornin; 

1. New Moon, '! huffiiny, 19 Day, 21 i:.in. p. 3 Morning 

2. Second Quarter, Ttttrfilajr, 26 Day, 33 min. p. 1 1 Ni-ht. 



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3. FVJMoon, Thurfday, 2 Day, 50 min p. 1 Afternoon. 

4. Laft Quarter, Thurfday, 9 Day, 33 min. p. 2 Afrernoon. 

1. New Moon, Friday, 17 Day, 18 min. p. 6 Afternoon. 

2. Second Quarter, Saturday * 25 Dav, 2 min. p. 7 Morning; 
y. Fid Moon, Fridnv, 2,1 Dav, !j niin. p. 10 Ki^ht. 



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Wednefday 


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Friday, Dog D. end 


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Satur. Nat. V. M 


5 


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1 4 SUN. p. Trin. 


5 


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23 


5 6 


254 


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Monday i Cur.Race 


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34 


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2 55 


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Tuefday 


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27 


8 13 


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28 


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2 59 


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Saturday 


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5 


10 


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1 5 SUN. p. Trin. 


5 


47 


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5 


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10 30 


261 


17 


Monday 


5 


49 


6 ,, 


5 


5 2 


1 


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262 


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5 


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263 


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53 


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6 


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8 


5 5 2 


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6 


10 


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9 


18 


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272 


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6 


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4. La ft Quarter, Saturday, 8 Day, 41 min. p. 6 Morning. 

1. New Moon, Sunday, 16 Day, 47 min. p. 8 Morning. 

2. Second Quarter, Sunday, 23 Day, 14 min. p. 1 Afternoon. 

3. Full Moon, Sunday, 30 Day, 30 min. p. 8 Morning. 
HARVEST Quarter begins, Satur. 22 Day, 31 min. p. 8 Mor. 

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Tuefliay,Qii. SefT. 


6 


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5 39 


10 54 


16 


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noon 


0* 7 


277 


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Wednesday 


6 


23 


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32 


56 


278 


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25 


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Friday 


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27 


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2 34 


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Saturday 


6 


29 


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20 




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18 SUN. p.Trin. 


6 


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1 2 21 


2 1 


3 46 


4 10 


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8 


Monday 


6 


33 


5 27 


12 38 


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6 


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12 53 


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284 


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Wed. Chefter Fair 


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37 


5 23 


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6 6 


6 29 


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Thurfday 


6 


39 


5 21 


13 23 


25 


6 52 


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286 


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Friday 


6 


41 


5 i9 


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26 


7 37 


7 59 


287 


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44 


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2 7 


8 22 


8 45 




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19 S0t. p.Trin. 


6 


46 


5 i4 


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28 


9 9 


9 33 


289 


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Monday, B. hunt 


6 


48 


5 1* 


14 19 


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9 57 


10 22 


290 


16 


Tuefday 


6 


5° 


5 i° 


14 31 


1 


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11*13 


291 


1 


Wednesday 


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5 8 


14 42 


2 


1 1*40 


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292 


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Thurfday, 6"/. Luke 


6 


54 


5 ^ 


14 54 


3 


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35 


293 


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Friday, Q11. Alleni 


6 


56 


5 4 


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1 30 


294 


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Saturday 


6 


5.8 


5 2 


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5 


1 59 


2 28 


295 


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20 SUN. p. Trin. 


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298 


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299 


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7 5 6 


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7 


12 


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16 3 


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16 10 


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10 22 


304 


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18 


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Wednefday, Faft 


7 


20 


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4. Laft Quarter, Monday, 8 Day, 27 mm. p. 1 Morning. 

1. New Moon, Monday, 15 Day, 16 mm. p. 10 Night. 

2. Second Quarter, Monday, 22 Day, 31 min. p. 7 Afternoon. 

3. Full Moon, Monday, 29 Day, 41 min. p. 9 Night. 



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310 
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321 
322 

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325 
326 

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329 

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17 


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18 


49 


1 


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1 38 


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28 


A 

T 


32 


16 


'3 


2C 


2 26 


2 


49 


6 


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7 


3° 


J 


30 


16 


10 


2 I 


3 ! 3 


- 


3 6 


Tuefday, Tm.Sit 


7 


3 Z 


-f 


28 


16 


/ 


2 2 


3 59 


4 


2 j 


/ 


Wednefday 


7 


34 




26 


,6 


3 


23 


4 44 


5 


7 


g 


Thurfday 


*■> 


36, 


4, 


24 


15 58 


*4 


5 3° 


5 


52 


Q 


Friday 
j 


7 38 


A 
S- 


22 


'5 


5 2 


25 


6 i S 


6 


37 


7 
1 ^ 


Saturday 


7 


39 


J. 
T 


2 1 


1 5 


46 


26 


7 


7 


23 


! | 


2 5S.p.7r.S.Martin 


7 


4' 


1 

T 


*S 


'5 


39 


27 


7 47 


8 


1 1 


1 2 


Mon.Drom.For.ht. 


7 


43 


4. 
T 


17 


'5 


3° 


28 


8 36 


9 


2 




Tuefday 


7 


45 


1 
T 


^ 5 


l 5 


22 


29 


9 28 


9 


55 




Wednefday 


7 4° 


4. 
+ 


14 


1 5 


1 1 


J 


10 22 


1 


51 


> 


ThuiTJay 


7 


48 


1 

r 


12 


1$ 






1 1 20 


1 1* 


'49 


i6 


Friday 

j 


7 


5° 


4 

T 


10 


»4 47 


7 


noon 





19 


1 y 


Saturday 


7 


5' 


T 


9 


'4 35 


3 


c '*49 


1 


l 9 


iS 


24 SUM. p*%**> 


7 


53 


1 

r 


r; 


<4 


23 


4' 


1 


2 


18 




Monday 




55 


4 




'4 


10 


5 


2 46 


3 


15 


20 


Tuefdav 


7 


56 


f 


4 


! 3 


55 


6 


3 42 


4 


10 


21 


Wednefday 


7 5» 


4 


2 


«3 


39 


~ 


4 3 6 


5 


2 


2 2 


Thurfday 


7 


59 


1 
1 


, 


'3 


22 




5 27 


c 
> 


52 




Friday 


8 


1 


) 


59 


! J 


4 


9 


6 if 


6 


4 1 


24. 


Saturday 


8 


2 


i 

j 


5* 


1 2 


46 


[O 


7 5 




20 


2*; 


SUNSMore/Mvent 


i 


4 


J 


56 


12 


29 


1 1 


7 53 


8 


'7 


26 


Monday, Beau. ht. 




5 


) 


SS 


1 2 


9 


12 


8 41 


9 


5 


27 


f Tuefday 

fWednef.TM.ErJD. 


8 


6 




5* 




4* 


1 3 


9 20 


9 


54 


28 


3 


8 


3 


52 


1 1 


26 


N 


10 18 


10 


43 


29 


fThurfday, Fafi 
Friday, Sr. Andrew: 


3 


9 


3 


5» 


1 1 


5 


'5 


u 7 


1 1*3 1 


50 


8 


10 


3 


5° 


10 


43 


1 6 


11*55 


midn. 



4. Laft Qinrter, Tuefday, 6 Day, 53 ruin. p. 9 Night. 

1. New Moon, Wednefday, 14 Day, 35 p. 10 Morning. 

2. Second Quarter, Wednefday, 21 Day, 13 win. p. 3 Morn. 

3. Full Moon, Wednefday, 28 Day, 38 min. p. 1 Afternoon. 



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DECEMBER 1792, Begins on S-mirday. hath 31 Days: 


<■< 


g 


Week -Days, and 


Sun- ' 


Juri- 


© too 




Dublin 


-bar. 


a 



a 


other remarkable 


rile. 


let. 


r alt. 




vlorn. 


Alter- 




r— 


Days. 


H M| 


1 1V1 


VI & c 

VI. O.i 


id 


1 1 . ivl 


T4 M 

. 1 vj • 


33° 


1 


Saturday 


8 


1 1 


3 49 


10 19 


i7 


0*20 


44 


337 


2 


ADv \-hu kuAi 


8 


1 2 


3 48 


9 


1 8 


i 8 


1 31 




3 


Monday 


8 


\ 3 


3 47 


9 33 


19 


■ 54 


2 16 


3^9 


4 


1 uelday 


8 


14 


3 46 


9 7 


20 


2 39 


3 1 




5 


Wedneiday 


8 


15 


3 45 


8 42 


2 1 


3 2 4 


3 46 




6 


1 hurl day 


8 


16 


3 44 


8 15 


22 


4 8 


4 3° 


J/12 


7 


' Friday 


8 


17 


3 43 


7 49 


23 


4 53 


5 l 5 


343 


S 


baturd. Con. 61. V. 


8 


18 


3 42 


7 2 3 


24 


5 38 


6 i 


1 A \ 

344 


9 


2 in Advent 


3 


19 


3 4> 


6 55 


2 5 


6 25 


6 49 




ic 


Mon. r ln &Baiheb. 


8 


19 


3 4i 


6 27 


26 


7 14 


7 4o 


1 1 


1 uelday [hunt 


8 


20 


3 40 


6 


2 7: 


8 7 


8 34 


34-7 


1 2 


Wedneiday 


8 


20 


3 40 


5 3° 


28 


9 2 


9 3' 




»3 


1 hurlday 


8 


2 1 


3 39 


5 3 


D 


10 1 


io 3 ) 




14 


Friday 


8 


2 1 


3 39 


4 33 


1 


1 1 2 


I i*32 


35° 


'5 


Saturday 


8 


22 


3 38 


4 4 


2 


noon 


0* 3 


35 1 


16 


3 ot/iv. in dctvttit 


8 


22 


3 38 


3 35 


3 


9*33 


« 4 


2 C 2 

3-> z 


1 7 


Monday 


8 


22 


3 38 


3 4 


4 


* 33 


2 2" 


3 C 2 


18 


Tuelday 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


2 35 


5 


2 29 


2 57 


2 C /4 

354 


19 


Wednesday, Ember 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


2 5 


6 


3 2 3 


3 49 


355 


20 


J hurlday, Fait. 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


1 34 


7 


4 14 


4 39 


35 u 


21 


r ri. 0. 7M.bhort.JJ. 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


1 4 


8 


5 3 


5 2 7' 


1 CI 

•357 


22 


C * 1 

baturday 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


35 


9 


5 5* 


6 15 


35° 


2 3 


4 »Si//V. in Advent 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


3 


10 


6 38 


7 2 


359 


24 


Monday, raft 


8 


2 3 


3 37 


ottzy 


1 1 


7 25 


7 49 


3 OL 


2 5 


||1 uef CHRIST torn 


8 


22 


3 38 


56 


1 2 


8 13 


8 37 


361 


26 


||Wednei. ot. Stephen 


8 


22 


3 38 


i 27 


*3 


9 « 


9 26 




2 7 


1 11 HP 1 /*J C ^ Z. 

tl|Thurfday,A./.7^/2 


8 


22 


3 38 


1 56 


14 


9 5o 


10 14 


3°3 


28 


f',1 Friday, Innocents 


8 


21 


3 39 


2 25 


■5 


10 38 

Ik 

1 1 *25 


1 1 2 




*9 


\ Saturday 


8 


21 


3 39 


2 55 


16 


1 1 *48 


3°5 


30 


1 SLW. p. C/Sr. D. 


8 


20 


3 4 U 


3 z 3 


1 7 




\j 11 


366 


*J 


Monday 


8 


20 


3 40 


3 52 


f8 


34 


qft 
— , 



4. Laft Quarter, Thurfday, 6 Day, 16 min. p. 6 Afternoon. 

1. New Moon, Thurfday, 13 Day, 55 min. p. 9 Night. 

2. Second Quarter, Thurfday, 20 Day, 19 min. p. 1 After. 
> 3. Full Moon, Friday, 28 Day, 53 min. p. 7 Morning. 
WINTER Quarter begins, Friday, 2 1 Day, 8 min. p. 1 Morn. 



I 



/ 



A TABLE for fining the High Tides in the following Places, by aridiag 
the Numbers annexed to them, to the Time of High Water at Dubliu- 
bar. 

H.M. H.M. 



ALborough — 
Amfterdam 

Antwerp 

Army • 

Baltimore — — — 
Berwick - 



Coaft: of Bifcay — 

Bloy 

Bourdeaux 
within— 
Channel 



ii i - 

4 3< 
7 3< 
3 < 
6 c 

3 
4 
6 



4? 



River 



be for 

Bourdeaux 

Breefound 

Breft 

South Coaft: 
Bretagne — 
Bridgwater — 

fyiftol 

Briftol Quay ■ 
Broadhaven — 
Caithnels- 



5 »5 



3 o 



of 



7 
6 

5 15 



3^ 



Falmouth — — 

Coaft of Flanders 
Without the Banks 
of Flanders — 

Flufhing • 

North Foreland — 
Coaft of Gallicia 
Galway 



Road of Gibraltar 

Graveling 

Gt avefend > — 

Groyne 

Guern fey 

Before Hamburgh 
Hampton Quay — 
Havre cie Grace — 

Hull 

Before Humberts 
Mouth — 



Between Calais 8c 

Dover 

In the Candado — 

Cape-Clear 

Carlinglord 

Carnarvan-bay — - 

Carrickfergus 1 

Cork 

CorpusCh r i itiPoi nt 

Dartmouth « j 

Denbigh 

Dingle — 

Dort 



6 o 
-10 30 



Dover-pier 

Downs in the Road 
Dunbar 



3 r 
3 
3 

3° 
7 3° 

Ireland,SouthCoafts6~ 45 
Ireland, WeftCoafts 4 30 

Jutland Ifles 1 30 

K-entifh Knock — 1 30 

Kinglale 6 o 

Lambay — 
LandV-end 

Leith 

Limerick— 

Lifton 

Lizara- 



H.M. 

Newport,half Tide 1 30 
Mower, Weft End ft 15 

Qrknefs 4 30 

Orkney : 10 30 

PI i mouth 6 45 

Thwart of Piimoutho a 
Poi£ioa,So uthCoaft 4 30 
Portland Race 1 o 30 



45 



Portfmouth, £ tide 
Coaft of Portugal 
Oueenbo rough — 
Robin Hood's Bay 
Before RpcheJ — 

Roche fter 

Rotterdam 

Rouen 

Chamber of Rye — 

At Scilly 

Shetland 

The Shooe 

Coaft of Spain 

Spurn ■ 



Dungarvan 

Before Dunkirk - 



30 
1 30 

3 45 
10 30 
6 45 
3° 



Before Fcnn in the 
Channel — — 3 



Thwart of Londey 

London r 

Londonderry ■ ■■ — 

St. Maloes « 

Margate Road 

Mil ford 

Milfoid Haven — 

Moulehole 

Before the River of 

Nanu 

Nev.xaitie — 



Road or Texel — 

Tmmouth 

Before the Bj»y of 

Tinmouth 

Torbay 

Sea of Wales 

In Wales- 
Watertord 
Welis 
Wexford 
Weymouth 
Whitby 
Winthelfea 
Yarmouth 
Yarmouth Pier 
Youqhal 



3o 
'$ 
3o 
30 
'5 
»S 
30 
•5 
<5 
l $ 
30 
30 

30 
45 




Zealand Coaft 
Zerick Seu — - 



N. B. The Bars of Dublin, Che^er, and Dundrum : And at Arklow, 
Beaumorris Ferry, Bulloign, Calais Road, Diepe, Dover, The Downs athoi e., 
Drogheda, Dundalk, South Foreiand, the Frith, Harwich, St. Helen's. 
Hollyhead, Ifle-of-Man, Liverpool, All the Coaft of Normandy and Picar- 
dy, Orfordnefs without the Bank^, Peelofuther, Seyne-head, St. Vallery, 
Wicklow and Yarmouth Road, and Haven, are let dOYili nearly in 
Kal&udar Pan every Day, in 17^ \ 4 



|(ai; A T a b le ot the RISING and SfcA TliNii of ibZ MOuM in »/9i. 
H. it fir Hours, M.J'or Minutes. The Imall tn ioi morning. The I mall 

a for aftermcn. 



JANUARY 



M<»on Moon 
riles* let 
H. M H. M 

I I mZ 3 

II 56 

55 



99 



20 4 



Or: 3$ 
1 54 
3 5 
*7 



2» 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
2» 

29 10 
3° 10 

3 I |l O 



m 4 



]8 



1 1 W30 

1 40 

35 



47 
10 35 



232 21 

40 
1? 



7 
8 

9 44 

10 52 

" 59 



I W 6 



FEBRUARY 



Moon 
rife?. 
W. M 



3SH 

40 

47 
5* 
5 

9 '5 

10 27 

1 1 42 



o W53 
2 4 
3 

4 



Moon 
lets. 
H. M. 



I m « 
3 'o 



I 
5 
6 

6 
7 

7 

8 
8 

9 9 
9 35 
1 o "4 
to 39 
1 1 20 
O a \Q 



10 51 
I I 56 



»59 



M A R C H 



5 55 

6 22 



1 m 3 



9 * 

[O 1 



M ouii 
lets. 
H. M. 



1 mJ5 

2 49 



3< s 
9 
43 
9 20 
i o 7 

> 1 4 

c 7 

1 ib 

2 2* 

3 43 

4 57 

6 1 o 

7 22 

8 3' 

9 38 

10 43 
*i 43 



6 37 
28 



A I' K I L 



Moon Moon 



rifes. 
H. M. 



lets. 
H. M 

o a 1 o 2 m 5 2 
M3 26 
*3 



4 
4 

5 
5 

26^ 
7 



5^ 



1 1 



3 
4 

5 
7 
8 
9 

10 54 

11 57)8 2 
8 57 

;« 5 2 I O C 

1 39II 7 

2 150^21 

48jJ 32 

20]2 

44 3 

338 
599 
36 

'7 



4* 
56 
8 

»7 
25 
a 5 
33 

I o 30 

I I 25 



cow 

57:° 



a S ' 



M A V 



Moon 
riles. 
H. M, 



1 a 9 



33 
4V 
6 

23 
39 
47 
10 48 

*i 37 



o ™ 1 9 

56 

1 2 4 

I 49 



Moon 
lets. 

H. M, 



2 ;«2 5 



3 I© 

3 41 

4 7 

4 36 

5 «3 

5 55 

6 47 

7 4^ 

8 57 
.0 9 
f 1 20 

0^34 

1 47 

» 59 



JULY 



5 ™v 

6 35 

7 4° 

8 46 

9 55 
1 l 
oa 1 
1 26 



8 * 35 

9 3 



0/7 I J 

57 



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w ^ 
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The 1 able continued of the RISIMG and SETTING ot the MOON,{.? 
in 1792, excepting lome'part of the Summer, when there is no Night, 
hat ail Twilight. 

A ugustT 

vloor 




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■Births and Marriages. 



3 1 



William i 
William 2 
Henry I- 
Stephen — 
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Richard i- 
John — 
Henry 3— 
Edward I — 
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Edward 3— 
Richaid 2— 



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Edward6- 
Mary I- 
Elizabeth • 
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-Mar. 20. 
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Charles2 — Jan. 30.1618 

James 2— Feb. 6.1684 

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Mary 23 J 

Wm. alone Dec. 28. 1694 

Ann Mar. 8.1701 

George 1 — Aug. 1 1714 

George 2 — June* 1.1727 

George 3 — Oct. 25.176c 

LONG LIVE 

THE KING. 



V)C BIRTHS, ACCESSIONS and 
MARRIAGES of the Sovereigns of 
Europe, and the BIRTHS of their 
h'ctt s apparent. 

GREAT-BRITAIN 
and I R E L AND. 

GEORGE III. King of Great- Bri- 
tain, Fiance, and Ireland, and 
F.Iector of Hanover, born 4 June, 1 738. 
((Son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, 
who died 20 March, 175 1, aged/44.) 
Succeeded his Grandfather Geo. II. 
who died 25 Oc>. 1760a,, gtrl 77 Mar- 
ried, 8 Sep. 1761 , the Prjncefs Char- 
lotte ol Meudenburg St relit 2, boui 16 

May, 1744- Their lime, 

I.George, Piince of Wales, Heir ap- 
parent, 1 2 Aug 1 76 i. # 

I. Fred. Bp. of Oinaburgh, 1 6 Aug. i 763. 

3. William-Henry, 21 Aug. 1705. 

4. Charlotta- Augurta-Matilda, Trin- 

ctfs Royal, 29 Sep. 1766. 

5. Edward, 2 Nov. 1767. 

6. Augufta Sophia, 8 Nov. 1768. 

7. Elizabeth, 12 May, 1770. 

8. Erne ft Auguftus, 5 June, 1771. 

9. Auguftus Frederick, 27 Jan. 1773. 

10. Adolphus Frederick, 24 Feb. 1774. 

II. Mary, 25 April, 1776. 

11. Sophia, 3 Nov. 1777. 

13. Oc-tavius, 23 Feb. 1779. Died 

May 3, 1783. 
14- Alfred, 22 Sept. 1780. Died 

20 Aug. 1781. 
15. Amelia, 7 Augu.'r, 1783. 
The Kin^'fc Brothers an.i Sifters are 
Pinctls Awgulia, it Aug. 1737. 



William-Henry, Duke of CIccefter, 
25 Nov. 1743. 

G E R M A N r. 

JOSEPH If. Emperor of Germany, 
and King of Bohemia, born 13 Mar. 
1741. Succeeded his Father, Fran- 
cis-Stephen, Duke of Lorraine and 
Grand Duke of Tufcany, who died 
•8 Aug 1765. Presumptive Heir, 
LeopoVj Grand Dike of Tufc.m), 
bom 5th, May 1747. 
The Nine Elector a l Pr i kcer. 

Ecclefuftical. 1. Archbp. of Menu, 
Baron Fi ed. D'Ei thai, chol en J u i \ 1 7 7 4. 

2. Archbp of Cologne. Couju Konigf 
iegg, chofen 6 April, 1761. 

3. Archbp. of Treves. Prince Cle- 
ment of Saxony, chofen in Feb. 1768. 

Secular, t. The King of Bohemia. 
See Em pei or. 

2. EJec\oro{ Bavaiia. Charles Theo- 
dore, See Count Palatine of the Rhine. 

2. Elector ot Saxony. Frederick^ 
born 7 January 1751. Succeeded his 
Father Frederick, who died 17 Dec. 
1 763, aged 4 1 . 

4. Ele&or o Brander.hu rgh, Jet Pruflia 
5. Count Palatine of the Rhine, 
Chai 'e* The< dore, born 11 Dec. 1724. 
6. Elector o\ Hanover.. SeeGr. Britain. 

FRANCE. 
LEWIS XVI. King of the French, 
born the 23d of Auguft 1754. Suc- 
ceeded his Ciandfather Lewfs XV. 
who died lc May, 1774, aged 64, 
Married 16 May 1770, Maria-Amu- 



3 i Sit ihs y Mar {ii ages of the Sovereign Princes o/£.vr o r E . 

ha, born i May, 1729- Succeeded 
her Hufband Peter III. who was ct- 
pofed 28 June, 1762, and died 6 July 
.ollowing. Heir apparent, Prince Pc- 
iruwitz, born 1 Oct. J-; 4. 

SARDINIA. 



nlena. Siller to the Emperor of Ger- 
maoy, horn 2 Nov. 175$. Heir appa- 
rent, the Dauphin, born 27th. ol 
March 1785. 

SPAIN. 

CHARLES IV. King of Spain, horn 
I ith, of November 1 748. married tin 
Princel'a Louifa of Parma, Succeeded 
his Father, CHARLES III. in Dec- 
ember 1 78S. Heir apparent, Ferdinand 
Antony, fCinr* of Naples 

PORT U G A L. 

Maiia France?, Queen of Portugal, 
horn 17 Dec Succeeded her 

Father Jofeph, who died 24 Feb. 1777, 
aged 63. Married 6 June, 1760, Don 
Pedro her Uncle. Heir apparent, Jo- 
feph, Prince of Br-fil, born 21 Aug, 
17*1. 

DENMARK and NOR IV AT. 

CHRISTIAN VII Kin? of Den- 
mark and Norway, born 29 Jan. 1749. 
Succeeded his Father Frederick V. 
v 'ho died 14 Janu. 1766", aged 43 
Heir apparent, Prince Frederick, born 
28 Jan. 1768. * 

'SWEDE N. 

GUSTAVUS, King of Sweden, born 
V4 |an. 1746. Succeeded his Fat he 1 
A^olphuo-Freder.ck, who died 12 
Feb. 1771, aged 61. Married 1 Oft. 
1766, Sophia-Magdalene of Den- 
mark, born 3 July, 1746. Heir ap- 
parent, Guftavus Adolphus, born 1 
Nov. 1778. 

POLAND. 

STANISLAUS AUGUSTUS, (for- 
merly Count Poriatowfki) King of Po- 
land, born 17 Jan 1732. Elected King 
7 Sept. 1764. Succeeded Auguftus 
III. who died 5 Oa. r 763, -aged 67 . 
PRUSSIA. 

FREDERICK II. King of Prufla, 
tnd Elrclor of Btandenburgh, born 
St p. 1744. Succeeded his Uncle Fre- 
derick II. who died 17 Auguft, 1786, 
aged 74. Heir apparent, Frederick 
William, born 3d. Auguft 1770. 
M U S C V T. 

CATHERINE II. Emprefs of Ruf. 



VICTOR AM A 1)1 US HI. King of 
Sardinia, born 26 fune, 1726. Suc- 
ceeded his Father Charles Emanuel 
HI. who died 20 Feb. 1773, aged 72. 
Heir apparent, Charles Emanuel, 
Prince of Piedmont, born 24 May, 
1751. Married 6 Sep. 1775, to the 
Princefs Clotilda, fifter to the Kine 
of France, born 23 Sep. 1759. 
HOLLAND. 

Prince WILLIAM ofOrange Naflau, 
Sfddlholder, born 8 March, 1748. Af- 
fumed the Government, 8 Mar. 1766. 
Married 4 0&. 1767, Frederica Sophia 
Wilhelmina, o! t\ uflta, born 7 Aug. 
'751. Heir apparent, Prince Willi- 
am, born 1 5 Feb. 1774. 

/ 7 A L T. 

POPE PIUS VI. (formerly Cardi- 
nal Brafche) born in 1717, elected 
Pope 15 Feb. 1775. 

NAPLES 

FERDINAND IV. King of topic* 
and both Sicilies, born 12 Jan. 1751. 
Succeeded his Father, on his becom- 
ing King of Spain, 5 Ot\. 1759. 
Married 7 April, 1768, the Princefs 
Charlotta Louifa, S.fler to the Empe- 
ror of Germany, born 13 Aug. 1752. 
Heir apparent, A Prince, born 4 Jan. 
'775- 

TURKEY. 
SEL1M III. Grand Signior. 

The Principal REPUBLICS 
of E U R O P £, ere 

The SEVEN united PROVINCES, 
the Chief of which, Holland, his the 
following Cities, Amflet Jam, Rotter- 
dam, Leyden, the Hague cVc. 

VENICE, made a free Port, 1 1 Mav, 

1736, governed by a Doge, (Mann! 
Ludovico, horn in 1726, ele^ed 6ih 

Mai\h 1789,) and trie Nobility. 



CHIEF GOVERNORS of IRELAND. 



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Dec. 3 Ld, Chanc, Phipps, and Lt. Gen Ingofdfny, L.*J. 



Mar. io.. Sir Conftantine Phipps, and' John Vefey, Abp. of Tuam, L.JV 

713. Oct. 27. Charles Talbot Duke of Shrewsbury, fworn. L. L 

714. June 7. T. Abp.of Armagh, SirConft. Phipps, John„Abp. ofTuam, L.J*., 
Sept. 9. Win. Abp. of Dublin, Jn, Abp. ofTuam, Rob. E ofKildare,L.J. 
Odh 9. The fame L. J. fworn, as a/'/o all the Privy-Council. 

715. Nov. f. Charles, Duke of Grafton, Henrv, Earl of ; Galway, L. J. ; 
1-7 16. Mar. 20. LordChancr. Midjeton, Wm. Abp. of Dublin, and W.ConoiIy t * 

w, Efq; Speaker, L. J. Ld. Chanc. and Speaker fworn. 

717. July 20. Wm. Archbifhop of Dublin, then fworn one of the, L. J. 
Aug. 7. Charles. Duke of Bolton* fworn L. L. 

Jan. 9. Wm. Abp. of Dublin, W.Conol]y,Eiq; appointed and fv/orn L.Jw 
7f8."May 22. Ld. Ch. Miuleton, W. Abp. of Dublin, Wm Conoily, Efy; L.j, 
719. Mar. 31. Charley Duke of Bolton, L. L. landed. < . . . 

Nov. 20. Lord Chancellor Midkiton, and William Conoily, Efq; L. J» 
721. Atig. 28. CharJesy Duke of Grafton, L. L. fworn.. . , 

Feb. 24. W.'Abp. of Dublin, Rd. Vifc. Shannon, Wm. ConoIly,Efq; L.J* 

723. June 13. Lord Chancellor Miuleton, Wm. Abp. of Dublin, Richard*- 

, . Vjfcount Shannon* William Conoily, Efq; L. J". 
Aug. 13. Charley Duke ot Grafton, L. L. landed. , 

724. May 9. Ld. Cba. Mklleton, Rd. V. Shannon, Wm. Conoily, Efq; L. J. 
Oft. 21.. John Lord Carteret, L. L. landed and fworn. 

726. April 2. Hugh, Abo. of Armagh, Ld. Chanc. Wed, W. <JonoHy,Efq; L.J. 

Lord Chance/lor fVejl died in the Ccvernwnt, ^Dec. 1 7 z6. 
. , Dec. 23. Hugh, Abp. of Armagh, Ld.Ch Wyndham,W.Coi.olly,!:iq ; L.J . 

727. Nov. 19. J n. Ld. Carteret, fworn L. L. c*i the Death of King George L 

728. May 15. Hugh, Abp. of Armagh, Ld.Ch.Wyndham,W.Couolly,Elq;L.T 

729. Sept. 13. John, Lord Carteret, L. L. landed 

Wiliiavt Conoily, Efq-, died, 30 0d. I 729! [?peaker,L. J. 
73©. Anr. 22. Hu. Abp. of Armagh, Ld.Ch. Wyndham, Sir Ralph Gore, & m 

731. Sept. if. Lionel, Duke of Dorfet, L. L. landed and fworn. 

732. Apr. 24. Hugh,Abp.ol Armag n> T.! d. WyiHil..im,SirRalphGore,flt.L. J. 

, . . Sir Ralph Gere died in the Government, 23 Fcbr. 1732. 

733. May 23'. ftugrVApp,ol Armagh, T.Ld. Wyndham, L.J. to ad federally, 
Sept. 24. Lionel Duke of Dorfer," L. L. landed. 

734. May 3 Abp. of Armagh, Ld.Wyndham, Hen. Boyle, Efq. Speaker L J, 
7^. Sept. 16. Lionel Duke of. Dorfet, L. L. landed. ' 

730. M\v 19. Hugh, Abp. of Arm:itih,T.Lcl.Wyndham,Heriry Boyle,Ef(i-L L 

737. Sept. 7. William, Duke of DevonOrire, L. L. landed and fworn ' 

738. Mar. a*. Hugh/AbpoK/\rin;, !> S/)\l J\V y ndl..:m,HenrvBoyie,Eiq-L L 

739. Sept. 27. William, Duke or Devonfnire, L. L. landed. 

740. Apr. ib r . Hugh, Abp. of A rmagh/Ld.Ch. jocelyn, and Hen. Boyle, Efq 1 

appointed L.J. The Ld Chancellor and Speaker fworn then,' 
May 13. Hugh, Abp. ot Armagh, Iworn. One of the L. J. 
74* William Duke of DevonOiire, L. L. landed. 

Feb. 18. H. Abp. 61 Armagh, Ld.Ch. Jocelyn, Henry Boyle Efq- L K 
742. June 4. The fame Three L. j or any Twrt to 

Lord Primate B .utter died in the Government, 27 {Sept 1742 

741. Dec. 3. j n . Abp.ol Armagh, Ld. Ch. Jocelyn, Henry boUel Efq- £ V 
74?- W29. William Duke of Devonlnire, L. L. Un<*d. * 



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|i CHIEF GOVERNORS 0/ I REt AN I). 

1744. Apr. 12. John, Abp. of -Armagh, Rob. Ld. Newport,He!i.Boyle,EfqvL-J.. 
»74«;. Aug.31. Philip, Earl of Chelrerfield, L. L. landed and fworn. 

1746. Apr. 25. John, Abp. of Armagh, Rob. Ld Newport , Hen. Boyle, Efq;L. J.: 

Lord Primate HoaJly died in the Government, 19 July, 1746. 

1747. Apr. 10. George, Abp. of Armagh, fworn one of the L. J. 
Sept. 13. William, Earl of Harrington, L. L. landed and fworn. 

1748. Apr. 20. Geo. Abp. of Armagh, Rob Ld. Newport, H. Boyle, Efq;L J, ; 

1749. Sept. 20. William, Earl of Harrington, L. L. landed. 

1750. Apr. 20. Geo. Abp. of Armagh, Rob.Ld. Newport, H. Boyle, Efq; L.J; ) 

1751. Sept. 19. Lionel, Duke of Dorfet, L. L. landed and fworn. 

1752. May 27. Geo. Abp. of Armagh, Rob? Ld.New port, H. Boyle, Efq-, L.J, 

1753. Sept. 21. Lionel Duke of Dorfet, L. L. landed. 

1754. May 11. G. Abp. of Armagh, Rob. Ld Newport, Brab.E. of Bcfsboro\ L.J, 

1755. May 5. William, Marquifs of Hartington, L. L. landed and fworn. 

1756. May 11. Robert, Lord Vifcount Joeelyn, James, Earl of Kildare,' / 

. Brabazon, Earl of Befsborough, L. J. 
Sept. 20. The fame Three L. J. Any Two, or One, to aft feparately. 

Lord Chancellor Joeelyn died in the Government, 3 Dec. 1756, 

1757. Sept. 25. John, Duke of Bedford, L. L, landed and fworn. 

1758. May 10. Abp ofArmagh, Earl of Shannon, J. Ponfonby,Elq,Speaker,L. J,i H 

1759. 0£t. 7. John, Duke of Bedford, L. L. landed. 

1760. May 20. Geo. Abp. of Armagh,Hen.E.of Shannon, Jn. Ponfonby,Efq;L. J 

1761. Oct. 6. Ceorge Dunk, Earl of Halifax, L. L. landed and fworn. 

1762. May 3. Geo. Abp. of Armagh, Henry,E. of Shannon,}. Ponfonby,Efq;L J, 

1763. Sept. 22. Hugh, Earl of Northumberland, L. L. landed and fworn 

1764. May 15. Geo. Abp. of Armagh, Henry, Earl of Shannon, J. Ponfonbju 

Elq; L. J. Earl ©f Shannon and Speaker fworn. 
Lord Primate Stont died 19 Dec. 1 764. And Henry, TLarl Q 
Shannon, died 28 Dec. 1764. Both in the Government. 
176$. Feb. 22. The Lord Chancr. John,BaronBowes, & J. Ponfonby, Efq^L.jjk 
Oft. 18. Francis, Earl of Hertford, L. L. landed a-nd fworn. 

1766. June 1 1. Ld. Chanc. Bowes, Charles, E. of Drogheda, J . Ponfonby,Efq;L. J 

Ld. Chancr. Boives died in the Government, 22 Jttly, 1767; 

1767. Ofr. 14. George Townfhend. Ld. Vifc. Townfhend, L.L.landedand fworn 1 1 H 
1772. Nov. 30. Simon Harcourt, Earl Harcourt, L. L. landed and fworn.-;, 
1777. Jan. 25. John Hobart,Eai! of Buckinghamfhire,L.L. landed andlwoin 
1780. Dec. 23. Frederick Howard, Earl of Cariifle, L.L. landed aud fworn 

1782. Apr. 14. W. H. Cavendifti Bentinck, Duke of Portland, L. L.fwomi 
Sept. 15. Geo, Nngent Grenville Temple, Earl Temple, L.L. fworfti * 

1783. June 3. Robert. Henley, Earl of Northington, L.L. landed and fwo-n; ] 
1 784. Feb. 24. Charles Manners, Duke of Rutland, L.L. landed and fworn 
1787. Oft.24. Charles Manners, D. of Rutland, died in the Government 

Ort.27. Rd. Archbp. or Armagh Ld Baron Rokeby ; Jas. Ld V-ifj C 
LilTorri, L.Chan.and theRt Hn, J. Fofler, Speaker, L.Jullice^ I 
Nov. 3. The Chancellor and the Soeaker fworn. , 
Dec. 16. Geo. Nugent GrenvilTe Temple, Marquis of Buckingham' f 
L. L. landed and fworn. 
1789. June. 30. Richard, Baron K( !,e.by, Archlsfhop of Armagh, Johf 
Baron Fir/gibbon, Lord Chancellor, and theRt. Hon. Johif 
Fofier, Sneaker of (he hotife of Commons, Lord's J unites 
the Chancellor 2nd Speaker fwom. 
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45 



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DAgv 



Lcock, 131. 

A lexand.So, 

\nneiley, 43. 
Vrchdall, 50. 
Irchdall, 57. 
\rmltrong,Si. 
ier, 01. 

B 

^wel!, 25. 
'Barrington,55 
Sarton, in. 
Jeresford, 49. 
3eresford,o7. 
Jeresford, 117 
ieresford, 128. 
Jlackwood, 38 
ilackwood, 41 
Make, 52. 
ilakenev> S3, 
iilakeney, 33. 
ilaquiere, 22. 
ilaquiere, 94. 
JIennerhaffet,s6" 
tiiigh, loo. 
Bond, 64. 
Siourke, 64. 
Brooke, 31. 
Browne, 47. 
Browne, 97. 
Browne, m. 
Brown low, 6. 
Bruen, 10. 
Banbury, 72. 
Burdett, 6z. 
Burdttt, 7*. 
Burgh, 135. 
Burton, 10. 
Burton, 16. 
Buttle, S9. 
Butler, 33. 
Butler, 65. 
Butler, 70. 
C 

Cane, 130. 

Carew, 13 
Carrol, 13S. 
Cavendilh, II. 
CavendHh, 91. 
Cavendilh, 111. 
Cavendilh, 34. 
Cham berl 11.139 
Chauerton, 25. 
Gbetwood, 39. 
Chinnery, 20. 
Clements) 76. 
Clements, 77 
Codding ion, 96, 
Cog,hlan, 123. 
Colclough, 140, 
Colt, 50. 
Conolly, 83. 
Conyngham, 17. 
Cooke, iz. 
Cooper, 1 16. 



ICoote, 109 
Coote, 110 . 
Cope, 115, 
Copinger, 14. 
Cony, 42. 
Cotter, %u 
Cotter, 22. 
Cradock, 98. 
Creighton, 33, 
Creighton, 35 
Crot'ton, 112. 
Cromie, 32. 
Cutf,c,7. 
Cufle, 70. 
Cunmgbameio^ 
Cui ran, 25. 

D 

n A1 y» 73. 

^ Daw ion, 28, 
gay* 57. 
Oelvin, 134. 
Denny, 56 
Des-Voeux, 94. 
Dickfon, 32. 
D igby, 63. 
Downes, 33. 
Doyle, 136. 
Duigenan, 12. 
Dunbar, 69. 
Dunn, 5. 
Duquery, 29. 

E 

Egan, 130. 



CAlkiner,6i . 
1 iMnlay. 45- 
Fitz-Gerald, 1 s 
Fitz-Gerald, 46. 



Hatton, 4. 
Hayes, 110. 
Head fort, 90. 
Herbert, 124. 
Hewitt, 3. 
Hill, 8 S . 
Hill-, 84.? 
Hilllborough,37 
Hoare, So. 
Hoare, 74> 
Hobart, 7 . 
Holmes, 8i. 
Howard, 7,6. 
Howard, 100. 
Hume, 146. 
Hutchinfon, 24, 



Mafon, 67. 
Maffey, 49. 
Maifey, 79. 
Mathew, 118. 
May, 127 
Mc.Clintock,i4. 
Meeke, 66. 
Metge, 74, 
Monck, 142, 



S And ford, n*. 
Sandford, ii4 
Sankey, 7s . 
Saunderfon, 13. 
Sheridan, 8. 
Sherlock, 135. 
Skelfir.gton, 2. 
Skeffmgton, z. 



Montgomeiy, 31 jSkerEngton, 3 
Moatgomery,40 Smyth,' 54. 
Montgomery 106 Smyth. 



Moore, 4.. 
Moore, 89. 
-Moore, 120. 
Morgell, s'9. 



Hatch ini'on, 47. Morres, 20. 
Hutchinfon, 144.- Mul'grave, 129. 



J 

TAckfon, 84. 
.) Jephfon, 27. 
Jocelyn, 95. 
Jocclyn, 9s. 
Johnion, 40. 
Johnfton, 148. 
Jones, 76. 
Irwine, 104. 

K 

KEane. 38. 
Kearney, 26. 
Keatinge, 60. 
King, 77- 
King, 113. 
Kingiboro* 18. 
Knott, 101. 
Knox, 122. 
Knox, 125. 



Smith, 82. 
Smith, 5. 
Staniev, 123. 
Staples, S6. 
Steuart, 13. 
Stewart, 8. 
Stewart, 37. 
Stewart, 90. 
•Stewart, J22. 
, St.George, 133, 
Newenham, 45. Station], 147. 



XjE4bitt, 15. 
IN Nevill, 145 
Newcomen, 87. 



Firz-Gerald, 60. K - aox » 
Fitzgerald, 9S. 
Fitzgerald, 115 
Flwod, 144. 
Forbes, 44. 
Fortefcue, 92. 
Forward, 36. 
Fofter, 92. 
Fofter, 96. 



Ij Angiifhe, 71. 
| J -'Lungfiihe,7i. 
I La Touche, 43, 
1 La Tuuche, 48. 
|La Touche, 4$ 
|Lecky,8s- 



Kreemantle, 134. ^{? h > i43« 

Freke, 19. , Leigh, 145. 

French, 112. jLeflic, io'j. 

p ILeighton, 54. 

_ Lightoh, 55- 

f> Ahan, iti. Loftus, 1 q. 
^ Grace, 16. Loltui, 141 



Grace, 16. 
•Grattan, 46. 
Graydon, 63. 
H 

rj Amilton, 9. 
LT-HamiUon, s 1 
Hamilton, 124. 
Hamilton, 126. 
Hamlcock, 133. 
Hardy, 136. 
Harman, 87. 



Longhtld, 24. 
Longfield, 27. 
Longtiehl, »4®. 
Lowther, 99. 
Lowther, 104. 
Lloyd, 68. 
M 

Macnamara.16 



Stratford, 147 
T 

^pAylor, 102. 

Taylor, 9I. 
Taylor, 105, 
Tighe, i w . 
righei 1 jo. 
Toler, n8. 
Toler, 142. 
Tottenbam, 138. 
Tottenham, 139. 
Tottenham, 141. 
Tottenham; 143. 
Townfend, <>. 



O 

fVBrien, 17. 

^O'Connor, 75. 
Ogle, 44. 
Ogle, 137 
O'Hara, 116. 
O'Neill, r. 
O'Nefl, 23 
Ormf by, 61. 
Ormfby, 101. 
Ofborne, 149. 
Olboine, 149. 
P 



Parnel), 108 
Parfons, 73. 
Paul, no, 
Pennetather, 119 
Pennefather, 119 
Pcry, 82. 
p iggot, 28. 
Pomeroy, 126. 
Ponfonby, 
Ponfonby, 6J. 
Ponionb) , 12S 
PrcJlon, 103. 
Prefton, 103. 
Price, 107. 

R 

O A W (on, 7. 
rv Richardion,6 
Richardfon, 80. 
Reiily, 148. 
Roclie, 59. 
Rochfort, 132 
Rois, 42. 
Rowley, |. 
Rowley, 26. 
Rowley, 39. 
Rowley, 99. 
Ruxton, 95. 



Trend;, 
Tydd, 109. 
Tyrone, 8j. 

V 

T TNiacke, 30; 
w (Jmacke, 30. 
Vandehur, 11 
Vandeleut, SS. 
Vandeleur, 83. 

W 

vv .Uard, 4 r. 
Warburloif, ia* 
Warren, 06. 
Welch, C9. 
\\ efiey, io^. 
Weltby, 146. 
Wilion, 9. 
Wolfe, 34. 
Wolfe, 78. 
WoHe, 9 . 
Wood, 78. 
Wvnne. Mt. 
Wynne, 117. 
Wymif, i«7- 



( 46 ) 

TirE COMMONS of IRELAND, 
ift. December, 1790. 
No. 300. 

The Figures indofed thus ( ) are the Number fent by the County. J A 

Member in the Englifh Houfe. [ ] A Vacancy. * were not in the 
la(l Parliament, -f are returned for two Places. 



MEMBERS. 
I.ANTRIM County. (10) 
t|) T. Hon. J. O'Neill 
*f XA_ Hon.Her.Uowiey 

z. Bor. of Antrim 
Hon.W.-John Skeffington 
Hon.Chichefl.Skeffington. 

3. Bor. of Belfaft. 
Hon. Henry Skeflington. 
Hon. Jofeph Hewitt, 

4. Bor. of Lifburne. 
*Geo. Hatton, Efq; 
John Moore, Efq; Jun. 

5. Bor. of Randaiitown 
John Dunn, Efq; 
Michael Smith, Efq. 

6. ARMAGH County. (6) 
Rt. H. Wm. Brawnlow. 
Win. Richardfon, Efq; 

7. Bor. of Armagh. 
George Rawfon, Efq; 
jRt.Hdn. Maj.R.Hobart 
8. Bor. of Charlemont. 
Sir Annefley Stewart, Bt. 
*Rich. Sheridan, Efq; 

9. CARRICKFERGUSC0, 

and Town. (2) 
Ezeki el Davy sWi 1 Ion , Efq; 
Alexander Hamilton, Efq; 

10. CATHERLOGH Co. 
William Burton, Efq; 
Henry Bruen, Efq; 

1 1. Bor. of Catherlogh. 
* A u g . C a v e n d i fh B r a d f . E f q 
*Jn. Orm. Vandeleur, of 
KilnifhjCo.of Clare,Efq; 

12. Bor. of Old Leighlin. 
Edw. Cooke, Efq; 
Patrick Duigenan, Efq. 

13. CAVAN County. (6") 
Charles Steuart, Efq-. 
Francis Saunderfon, Efq; 



Town Refulence. 
Henrietta-ftreet, 



fervis-ftreet, 
Holles-ftteet, 

Palace-ftreet, 
Grafton-ftreet, 

Henry-Street, 
Gt-George'sfhA 7 //;, 

Sackville-ftreet, 



Merriou-fquare, 



Dawfon-ftreet, 
Dublin Caftle, 

Eccles-flreet, 
Dominick-Street, 



Sackville-ftreet:, 

Sackville-ftreet, 
N.Gt. George's- fti 

Kildare-ftreet, 



Dublin Caftle, 
Jcrvis-ftreet, 



Country Reft d.&c? oft i ' o<iun. 

Shanes Caftle, Antrim. 
Langford-Lodge, Moira. 

Antrim. 

Belfaft, Antrim. 

Leix lip- Caflle, Leixfip. 
Newtown Park, Dublin. 



Drumbanagher, Newy. 
Belfaji. 



Lurgan. 

Rich-Hill, Armagh. 

Belmont, Bray. 
Phcenix-Park, Dublin. 

Fort Stewart, Ramelton, 



Carrickfergus, 
Hampton, Balhriggeu. 

Burton-hall, Carhw. 
Oak Park, Carhw. 



Eden- Vale, Lnnis. 



Bailieboroueh-houfeKV///. 
Cadlc-Saunderfon, BeU 
[turbet. 



The COMMONS of IRE 

Town Reftdence. i 



MEMBERS. 

14. Bor. of Belturbet. 
ohn Mc.-Clintock,Efq-, 
laurice Copinger, Elq; 

15. Bor. of Cavan. 
'ho. NeKbitt, Efq; 
LH.Ld. Ch.Fitz-Gerald. 

16. CLARE County. (4) 

'f tail. Macnamaia, Efq; 

-*Hon. Fran. N. Burton. 
17. Bor. of Ennis. 

U.Hn.Sir L.O'Brien, Bt. 

It. Hon.Wm.Conyngham 

8. CORK County. (16) 

lon.Rob.King, common- 
ly called Lord Vifcount 
Kingfborough. 

\braham Morris, Efq; 
19. Bor. of Baltimore. 

>ir John Freke, Bart. 

*Rich. Grace, Efq; 

2.0. Bor, of Bandon-brid. 

Roderick Chinncry, Efq; 

^odge Morres, Efq; 
a 1.. Bor. orCaftlemartyr. 

>ir J*.-Lau. Cotter, Bt. 

[ 1 

2.2. Bor. of Charleville. 
I H.Sir J.Blaquiere,K.B. 
logesfon Cotter, Efq; 

2.3. Bor. of Cloghnikelty. 
-Charles O'Neill, Efq; 

[ ] 

2.4. City of Cork. 

*t. Hon. Rich. Longfield. 
{on. Jn. HelyHutchinfon 
25. Bor. ofDoneraile. 
ames Chatterton, Ef<q; 
John Bagwell, Efq; 

a 6. Town of Kingfale. 
ames Kearney, Efq; 
•William Rowley, Efq; 

2.7. Town of Mallow. 
)enharn Jephfon, Efq; 
John Longfield, Efq; 

28. Bor. of Midleton. 
:ol. Thomas Pigott. 
Arthur Daw fon, Efq; 
29. Bor. of Rathcormuck. 
lenry Duquery, Efq; 
n.-Philpot Curran, Efq; 



Dominick-ftreet, 
Harcoart-Place, 

Crow-ftreet, 
Stephen's-green, 

Graftcn-ftreet, 
Weitland Row, 

Hanaper Office, 
Harcourt Place, 



Henrietta-Street, 



N.Gt.GeorgeVftr. 

Grafton-ftreet, 
Sackville-Street, 

Grafton-ftreet, 



Dawfon-ftreet, 
Grafton-ftreet, 



Ely-pUce, 



Merrion- Square, 
Provoft's Houfe, 

Aungier-Street, 



Kildare-ftreet, 
Granby-row, 



Stephen's Green, 
Sackville-ftreet, 

Leinfter-ftreet, 
Ely-place, 



LAND. 47 

Country Reftd.&TcjlTowni 
Drumcar, Dunker. 



Crofdony Lodge, Cavan* 
Sybill Hill, Dublin. 

Morieik, Ennis. 
Buncraggy, Ennis. 

Dromotand, Sixmilebr. 
Slane-Cafile, Drcgbeda* 



Mitchelftown, Miichelji. 



Ann'sgroveC^y?/^ in. Roche 
Maryville, Dublin. 

Rockforreft, Mallow. 



Port! em on, Mullingar. 
Mallow. 



Cart ternary, Middleiott. 
Palraerftown, Dublin, and 
[Knocklolty, Clon?nelU 
Cork. 

Marlfield, Clonmelt, 
Garretftcwn, Kingfale. 



Mailow-Caftle, Mallow, 
Lcngue-ville, Mellow. 

Knapton, Ballinakill. 
Caftlcdawfon, Magheraf 



Newmarket, Mallow, 



4-B 



M E M B E R S. 

30. Town of Youghal. 
Robert Un iacke, Efq; 
James Uniacke, Efq; 
3 1 . DON EG ALL Co.(ia) 
Alex. Montgomery, Efq; 
Hen.-Vaugh.Brooke^Efq; 

32. Bor. of BalJy Ihannon. 
♦Vhomas Dickfon, Efq; 
Sir Michael Cromie, Bt. 

33. Bor. of Donegal 1. 
♦William Downes. Efq; 
♦Humphry Butler, El'q; 

34. Bor. of Kill) beggs. 
John Wolfe, Efq: 

Rt.Hon.SirH.Cavendirti, 

35. Bor. of LifFord. 
*Hon. AbrahamCreightcn, 

commonly called Lord 

Yif. Creighton. 
Hon. Abraham Creighton. 
36. Bor. of St. Jobnitown. 
Hon. Wm. Forward. 
Hon. Hugh Howard. 

37. DOWN County. (14) 
Rt. Hon. Art. Hill, Earl 

of Hillfborough. 
*Hon. Robert Stewart. 

38. Bor. of Bangor. 
Sir John Blackwood Bart. 
John Keane, Efq. 

39. Bor. of Downpatrick. 
Clotworthy Rowley, Efq; 
*Jonathan Chetwood,Efq; 

40. Bor. of Hi 11 (borough. 
Wm. Montgomery, Efq; 
Robert Johnfon, I fq; 

41. Bor. of Killyleagh. 
♦Hon. Robert Ward. 

jas Stev. Blackwood Efq; 

42. Bor. of Newry. 
Tlasc Coi rv, Efq; 
Robert Rofs, Efq; 

43. Por. of Newtown. 
Won. Richard Annefley. 
Jchn Latouche, Efq; 

44. DROGHEDA County 

and Town, (a) 
*Wm. Meade Ogle, Efq; 
John Forbe*, Efq; 



The COMMONS 9/ IRELAND. 

Town Rejidence. Country Refi d. StPc/l Teton. 
Stephen's Green, 



Duke-Street, 
Duke-Street, 



Nth.Cumberland-ft 

Mcrrlon-Squarc, 
Molefworth-ftr. 

Merrion-Square, 

Kildaie-ftrec-t, 



Quarters. 
Sackville-ftreet, 

Rutland-Square, 
Rutland-Square, 



Glocefter-Street, 



Harcourt-ftreet, 



Granby-Row, 



Dominick-ftreet, 
Yoik-llreet. 

Rutland-Square, 
Harcourt-ftreet, 

VIerrion-Square, 
Gloucelter-ftreet, 

Gloucefter-ftreet, 
Ely Place, 



Dawfon-Street, 
Kildare-Street, 



Woodhoufe, Clmmelk 
Mt. Uniacke, Tallovo, 

Convoy, Raphoe. 
Stoneville, Dublin, and 
[Rockville,/^/r<?r ketiny. 
Woodville, BaUifbnnncn. 
Stacumnie, Leixlif. 



Forenaghts, Naas. 



Crum-Caftle, Bekurbet. 
Caftle Forward, Donegal, 



Hilljborougb, 
Mount-Stewart, Down. 

1 

Ballileidy, Newtn. ardt 
[&Killileagh,Dm*£. 

Langford- Lodge, Moira. 
WoodbTook)PortarIitt£tcn 1 

Hillfborough, Hilljborougb \ 

Ards. 

Bangor-caPJe, Ntwtcivn* 

[&cKiliileagh,Dc<ry«^, 
Netury. 

Lodge, Rcjftrcvor. 

Annefley Lodge, Dublin. 
Harriftown, Kilcnllen, 



Drcghedn. 



The COMMONS of IRELAND. 



MEMBERS. 
45. DUBLIN Co. (10) 
Sir Edw. Newenham, Kt, 
John Finlay, Efq; 

46". City of Dublin. 
fRt.H.Ld.H. Fitzgerald. 
Kt. Hon. Henry Grattaa. 

47. Univerfity of Dublin. 
Arth Browne,Efq;L.L.D. 
*Hon. Frs.H.Hutchinfon. 

48. Bor. of Newcaftle. 
Rt. Hon. David Latouche. 
*DavidLatouche,E q;jun. 

49. Bor. of Swords. 
*Jn. Ciau. Beresford,Efq; 
*Lt. Gen. Eyre Mafley. 
So.FERMANAGHCo.(4) 
Col. Mervyn Archdall. 
*Rt.Hon.john Wil. Cole, 
commonly called Lord 
Vile. Cole. 

51. Bor. of Enni/killen. 
Hon. A. -Cole Hamilton. 
*Ric. Magennis,Efq; ]un. 

52. GALWAY Co. (ft) 
William- Power-Keating 

Trench, Efq; 
*Juf. Hen. Blake, Efq; 

53. Town of Athenry. 
Theoph. Blakeney, Efq; 
Col. William Blakeney. 

54. Town of Galway. 
R.H.SirSkefT. Smyth, Bt. 

f J 

55. Bor. of Tuam. 
*Sir Tho. Lfghtim, Bt. 
* Jonah Barrixigton, Efq; 

56. KERRY Co. (8) 
*Jehn BlenerhafTet.Efq; 
Sir Barry Denny, Bt. 

57. Bor. of Ardfert. 
Robert Day, Efq; 
*Richard Archdall, Rfcj; 

58. Bo. of Dinglc-Icouch. 
Rd.Boyle Townfend,El'q; 
John Townfend, Efq. 

59. Bor. of Tralee. 
*Crolbie Morgell, Efq; 
Sir Boyle Roche, Bart. 

60. K1LDARE Co. (10) 
f Rt.Ho; Ed E.Fitzgerald. 
♦ M.B.St Leg. Keating j E fq 



49 



Town Refidence. Country Re/l<I.&PoJITo<wn. 

Dawfon-Street, Beldiampe, Dublin. 
Rutland-Square, Coibiagh, Dublin. 

[ Boyle Farm,. Surry. 
Stratford-Piace/,0* Blackrock, Dublin, and 
Jervis<Rreet Tinny hinch, Bray. 

Trinity College, 
Grafton-ftreet, 

StephenVgreen, 
Harcourt-lheet, 

Marlborough-Street 
Sackville-Street, 

Kildare-Street, 



Graiiby-row, 



Gt. Ceorge's Street, 
Gt. George s-ftreet, 
I Rutland -J quare. 
Stephen's Green, 



Gardiner's Row, 



Stephen's Green, 
Haicourt-flrcet, 

St. Andrew-fheet, 



Merrion-fquare, 
N. Gt.George's-ftr. 

Gt afton-Street, 
Grafton-ftreet, 

Yoik-ftreet, 
Dublin Caftle. 

(Quarters, 

Merr ion-Square, 
G 



Marli, Dublin. 

"Abbeville, Sworat. 
Elmgrove, Limerick. 

Caftle-Archdal], Ekmftil 

Florence -Court, EnniJkiL 

Beltrina-caftle, Omagh. 
Warringfton, Banhtge. 

Garbally, Ballinajloe, 
Ardfry, Lou^hrea, 

Mulpi Lough re a. 
Cafileblakcny. 

Tinnypark, Nt.Mt.Kenn. 

Dublin. 



Elnagrove, Tralee. 
Tralee-Caftle, Ttalet, 

Tralee. 



Shepperton, Skibberecn, 
Mt. Morgell, Ra,hkeal y 

N 2 r ?. § h rr. r e . £ a t Hit n. 



k ibe LUMMUM5 of 

M E M B £ R S. I Tctvn Rejidaice. 
6 1. Bor. of Athy. j 
*Lt.Col. Arthur Ormlby. 1 Clare fli eet r 
Fred. John Ealkiner, Efq. 

61. Bor. of Hani'town. 
Sir Fitzgerald Aylmer Bt. 
*Aithur Burden, Efq; Rutland Square, 

63. Bor. of" Kildare. 

Simon Digby, Efq; Henry -Street, 

^Robert Graydon, Efq-, 

64. Bor. of Naas. 

*John Bourke, Efq; Merrion Street, 

James Bond, Efq. 

65. KILKENNY Co. (16) 

R.H. W. Biab. Ponfonby Henrietta-ftreet, 

Rt. Hon. Walter Butler r 

commonly called Lord 

Vif. Thurles, 
66. Bor. ot* Callen. 
*WiHiam Meeke, Efq; Dublin Cattle, 
Aid. Nathaniel Warren. William-Street, 

67. Bor. of St.Canice. 

Rt. Hon.J.Monck Mafoni Cuflorn-houfe, 
*Capt. Marcus Beresford. Quarters, 

68. Bor. of Inniftioge. 

George Ponfonby, Elifc Temple flreet, 
John Lloyd, Efq; 

69. Bor. of Gowran. 
Patrick Welch, Efq, Sen. 

George Dunbar, Efq- Peters-Row, 

70. City of Kilkenny. 
Hon Major Wm. Cud'e. Quarters, 

{ ] 

7 j . Bor. of Knodtopher. 
Sir Hvicules Langrifhe,.Bt. Dominick-Street, 
R< .i-r- 1 Laogriflie, Efq; jSummer-hi il, 

72. bor. or Thomaflown. 
George Bunbury, Efq; |Gianby-Row, 
George BuVdett, Efq; ]Gt.GeorgeVllreet 

7,3 . KING'S Co. (6) | 
Denis Bowes Daly, Efq; GardinerVRow, 
Sir Laur. Parfons, Bart. 

74. Bor. of Banagher. f 
*Edv.aid -Joare, Efq; Henry-{rr< er, 
John Metge, Efq; Moore-Sti c et, 

75. Bor. of Plnlipftown. 
*v ilIiaiTi Sankey, Efq; HarCourt-flreCt, 
•Arthur O'Connor, Efqv 

76". LEITRIM Co. (6, 
Rt. Hon. H. T. Clements. ! Nih.Gt. Gcorge-ft. 
f Rt. Hon. T J nc\. IMcrrion- Square, 

7 7. Bor. or Carrick. 
* [ Hon. Nath. elemental 
Fvnvard King, Eiq; ICicat Briuin-ftrcet,' 



IRELAND. 



Donadca-cafile, Naas* 
Bella-Villa, Naas. 

Landenfin.-houfe, Naas, 
►villilhee, Naas, 

Palace, Tvam. 

Bijhop^ 'j'Ccurt. 

Caftle, Kilkenny.. 

Springfield, Leixl+p. 
rhornhiii, Bray. 



Johnville, Dublin. 
Glofter, Birr. 

SLon, Kilkenny. 
Grcenbank, Ballitore, 



Bufliy-Park, Bray. 
KnocktopKer, Kilkenny. 

Moyle, Carlo iv. 
Hcaih-hcuic, Marybcrt? 

[Aghroan- lodge, Kilcu), 
Daiys-town,X0vg$/f^, $c 
Bii r- callle, Bur. 

PntrickVplace, Cork, 
Leixlip. 

Ltixlip. 

Cork. 

WoodviJIe, Leixlip. 
Cv>ik-Hubcy, Bnay 

[Jhanr.:n. 
Killadoon, Leix'.ip. 
CI ai les-town,CWWci**- 



The COMMONS of IRELAND. 



MEMBERS, \ Tmtm Reft deuce. 
78. Bor. of Jameftown. 
Rt. Hon. Arthur Wolfe, Clare-ftreet, 
*Hen. Wood, Efq; 

79. LIMERlCKCo. (8) 
*John Waller, Efq; Merrion-fquare, 
*Hon. John Maffry. 

80. Bor. of Afkeyton. 

Sir Jofeph Hoare, Bt. Henry-Street, 
Henry Alexander, Efq; ! William-ltreet, 

81. Bor. of Kilmallock. 

Peter Homes, Efq; Merrion-Street, 

1 . i 

82. City ot Limerick. 
Jn.PrendergaftSmyih,Efq Kildarc-Street, 
Hon. Edm. Henrv Pery. Harcourt-Sirect, 
8 3 .LOND.DERRYCo.(8) 
*llt. Hon. H. Beresford, 
commonly called Earl of 
Tyrone Tyrone-H^ufe, 
Rt.Hon. Thos.ConoIIy. Up. Merrion-rtect, 

84. Bor. of Coleraine. 
Geo. Jackfon, Efq; 

Ceo.FitzgeraldHill, Efq N.Gt. GeorgcVft. 

85. City of Londonderry. 
Sir Hugh Hill, Bt.L.L.D. N. Gt. GeorgeVft. 
* William Lecky, Efq; Harcourt-ftr eet, 

86. B.ofNewtn.Limavady. 

John Staples, Efq; Merrion-Street, 
John Richard fori, Efq; ■ StephenVGreen, 

87. LONGFORD Co. (10) 

•{-L. HarmanHarman,Efq; Stephen's Green, 
Sir W.G. Newcomen,Bt, Caftle-ftreet, 

88. Bor. of Granard. 
*John O. Vandeleur, ol 

Munfler-Nenagh, Efq \ Quarters, 
*Tho. P. \ andcieur,Elq; Quarters, 
89. Bor. of Lanefborough. 
Getv. -Parker Bufhe, Efq; Sackville-Street, 
Stephen Moore, Efq.; Nth.Georges-Str. 

90. B01. of Longiord. 
Hon.T. Taylor common- \Rutlattd-fquare, 
ly callMLd.Vil'c.Headfort. Gt CeorgeVftreet, 
Henry Stewart, Efq. Ch tham-llreet, 

91. Bor. of St.Johnilown. 
*Geo. Cavoudifh, Efqj Kildare-ftreet, 
*John Taylor, Efq; Holles-ftreet, 

92. LOUTH Co. (10) 
F.ight Hon. John Poller, I 

Speaker of the Hon. 

Houfe of Commons. Molefworth -Street, 
Thomas Js.F*rtefcue,Efq;iDawfon-ftreet 

G x 



5< 

Country Refid. & Pofl Toiv*. 

Newlands, Dub fin. 
Rofmead, Cejiletcwndelv. 

CafMetovvn, Limerick. 
John's- grove, Limerick. 6V 
New-forefr, Tipper cry , 
Annabella, Jlfjiiloio. 
Derry. 

Pe ten field, Nenagh. 



Limerick. 
Ntn. Pery, 



Limerick, 



Curraghmore,^7/f rford, 
Callletown, Leixlip. 

J.ickfon-hall, Coleraire, 
Dcrry* 

Derry, 

Liffan, Dungannon 
Summerfet, Coleraine. 

N'ewcafMe, BalAmahon. 
CarnckglaiV, Longford. 



Kilfane, Thcmafic^n. 
Bam, Clonmell. 



Prolpeft-caftleffsM/ iggeu 



Kinnea, Kilcullen. 



Colhn. 

Ravenfdale Pk. FJurrybt 



The COMMONS of IREL AN D. 



5* 

MEMBERS. ! 

93. Bor. of Ardee. 
*\Vm. P. Ruxton, Efq; 
*J, Wolfc,of Norland, Efq; 

"94. Bor. of Carlingford. 
Sir Charles De<-Voeux,Bt. 
*Jamea Blaquiere, H. f<i; 

95. Bor. of Dumb Ik. 
Rt. Hon. Rob. Jocelyn, 

commonly called Lord 
Vifc. Jocelyn. 
Hon. Geo. Jocelyn. 

96. Bo*, of Dunleer. 
*Nich. Coddineton, Efqj 
*Hon. John Poller, 

o/.'MAVU Co. (4) 
Rt, lion. James Ctttf. 
Hon. Denis BroWnfr. 

98. Bor. of Cafliebar. 
Edw. Fitzgerald, Efq; 
Lt. Col. Francis Cradock. 

99. MEATH Co. (14) 
Pv.H.Herc. L,angf. Rowley. 
Gorges Lowther, Efq; 

100. Bor. of Athboy. 
Hugh Howard, Efq; 
Thomas Bligh, Efq; 

101. Bor of Duleek. 
*Wm. Knott, Efq; 
*Char. Mont.Orm!by,Efq; 

102. Bor. of Kells. 
Hon. Thos. Parkenham. 
Hon. Robert Taylor, 

103. Bor. of Navan. 
Jofeph Pre Hon, Efq; 
John Prefton, Efq; 

104. Bor. of Ratoath. 
*Wm. Irviiie, E% 
*GorgesI* \v 1 b e r ,■ j n n . Ek] ; 

105. Bor. of Trim. 
*'Hon. A. Weflcy. 
Hon. Clotworthy Taylor, 
io6.MONAGHANCo.( 4 ) 
John Montgomery, Efq; 
Cha.-Pow*J] Leflie, feft]; 

107. Bor. of Monaghan. 
Rt. Hon. U. Gen. Robert 

Cuninghame. 
Cromwell Price, Efq. 



Town Reftdence. 



Townfend-flreet, 



York-Street, 
Dublin CaUle, 



Molefworih-fheet, 

Membn-S< reet, 
Sackville-ilreet. 



Gardiners Row, 
Mary- Street, 



Rutland-Square, 
London, 

Yoik-Hreet, 
Dawfon-Street, 

Earl-ftreet 



Merrion-Street, 
StephenVgreen, 



Quarters, 
Quarters, 



Rutlaqd-Sqyare, 
Stephen VGreen , 



Kildare-Street, 

Sackvillc-trrect, 



Country RtfJ, & p J} Town. 



Redhoufc, 

Ncwlands, 



Ardee. 
Dublin. 



Indiz-ViUcyPortarlingtOH 

Loughrea. 



Brockley-Park, Athy. 
Brock ley- Park, Athy. 

Oldbridge, Drogheda, 
Co lion. 

Deel-CaHIe, Balling. 
V/eftport, Cajlhbar. 

Killybeggs, Naas y 
Qiiartei s. 

Summerhill 

Kilrue, Dunfiaugklin. 



Diktat, Kc4\i. 



Couline, CaJliepcllarJ. 



Ardfallagh, Navan. 
Bclinter, Trim. 

Caftk-Irvine, Ennifiillen. 



Ballyleck, Monaghan. 
Glailough, Tynan. 

[ Kennedy. 
Mt. Kennedy, Ntn. Mt. 



^COMMONS of IRELAND. S3 

Country Refid.&Pcjl Town, 
Rathleague, Atby. 



MEMBERS. I Town Refidence 

T08. QUEENS Co. (8) 
R.H.Sir JohnParnell,Bt 
^hn Warburton. Efq 

109. Bor. of Baliyxiakill. 
ohn Tydd, Efq-, ' 
Lt. Col. Eyre Cocte. 

10. Bor. of Maryborough. 
^harles-HenryCoote, Eiq; 
iinuel Hayes, Eiq; 

1 1. Bor. of Portarlington, 
f Rich. Cavendifli, Efq; 
f Wrri. Browne, Efq; 
n.ROSCOMON Co. (8) 
5ir Edward Crofton, Bart. 
f Arth. French, the Yr.Efq; 

113. Bor. of Boyle. 
Rt. Hon. Henry King. 

114. Bor. of Rolcommon. 
j$0, Sandford, Efq; 
-len.MooreSandford, Efq. 

115. Bor. of Tulfk. 
[It.Hon. JamesFitzgerald. 
Henry Cone, Efq; 

116. SLIGO Co. (4) 
*JofhuaEdw. Cooper,Efq; 
f Charles (VHara, Efq; 

1 17. Bor. of Sligo. 
Robert Wynne, Efq; 
3wen Wynne. Efq. 
1 18.TIPPERARY Co.(8) 
Daniel Toler, Efq; 
*Hon. Frans. Mathew. 

1 19. City of Caihell. 
Richard Pennefather, Efq; 
Wm. Pennefather, Efq; 

no. Bor. of Clonmell. 
Hon. William Moore. 

[ ] 

m. Bor. of Fethard. 
Thomas Barton, Efq; 
Daniel Gahan, Efq; 
122. TYRONE Co. (10) 
James Stewart, Efq; 
Hon. Tho. Knox. 

113. Bor. of Augher. 
Thomas Coghlan, Efq; 
*Edm. Stanley, Efq; 



Dawfon-Street, 



Clare-Street, 
Quarters. . 

Mcrrion fquareEafl 
Hume-ftreet, 

Sackville ftreet, 
Merrion Square, 

Henrietta-Street, 



Gt. George Ytt Nth 



Kildare-ftreet, 



Molefworth-Street, 
Merrion-Squarc, 

Kevin ftreet, 
Grafton-Street, 

Granby-row, 



Dame-ftreet, 
Stephen's Green, 



Clare-Street, 
Sackville-ftreet, 

Dublin Gaftle, 
Sackville-ftree*, 



Clonrehar, Maryboro % x 



Coolbana^her, Marybar 
Avon-dale, Ratbdrum. 



Browne's-hSl, Carious. 

[Aihlone. 
Mote, Rofrcmmon, and 
French -park, Rojcommcn* 

Relink, Bal/ina. 



CaftUrec. 



Ennis. 



Mercury, Sit go. 
N^mphsfield, Boyle. 

Richmond, Dublin, 



Beechwood, Nenagb. 
Thomailown, Cajhell, 

New Park, Cajkeli, 
Atkhnt. 

Sappertoti, Tcllow. 



Grove, Clonmell. 
Rathbride, Ktldare, and 
[Coolquile, Cajhel: 
Killymoon, Coohftcivn. 
Dungannon. 

Strawberiy-Hifl, Banagh 



54 



M E M B E R S. 

City of Clogher. 
Sack vi lie Hamilton, F.fq; 
R. Town!*. Herbert, Rfq; 

125. Bor. of Dangannon, 
*Hon. Lt. Col.J.o. Knox. 
*Hon. Geo, Knox. 

\.i6. Bor. or" Strabane. 
Sir Jn.Stuat l Hamilton, Bt 
Hon. Henry Pomeroy. 
H7.WATERFORD. (10) 
fRt. Hon. Jn. Beresford. 
Sir James May, Bart. 

1 2.8. Bor. of Dun^arvan 
Marcus Bcresford, EJtj; 
*G B. Ponfonby, Efq; 

129 Bo~. of Lifmore. 
Sir Rich. Muu;rs.ve, Bt. 
Robert Paul, ECo. 

[30. Bor. of Tailagh* 
Col. Hugh Cane. 
John Egan, E!"q; 

1 3 r . City of Water ford. 
Henry Alcock, Efq; 
Rob. Shapland Carew, Efq: 
332. WESTMEA. Co (10) 
Hon. Rob. Rochibrt. 
Wm. Smyth, Efq; 

133. Bor. of Athlone. 
f Wm. Handcock, Efq; 
Sir Rich. St. George, Bt. 

134. Bor. of Fore. 
Hon. O. F. Nugenf, com- 
monly called L. V. Delvin. 
* Major St eph,Freemantle« 

135. Bor. of Kiiboggan. 
Thos. Burgh, Efq; 
*Wm. Sherlocfc, Efq; 

735. Manor of Mullingar. 
Fra ncis Hardy, Efq; 
John Doyle, Efq; 
137. WEXFORD. Co. (18) 
Re. Hon. George Ogle. 
'Hon. John LoftusLoftus. 

138. Bor. of Bannow. 
Ponfonby Tottenham, Efq; 
Fphraim Carroll, Eftk 

139. Bor. of Clonmines. 
N • c . Lo ft u sTo t ten h a m E fq ; 
Ta n k er. Ch a mbe r 1 a i n , E k j ; 



The C O M MONS cflRELAND, 

Country Refid .ZxPofil owm 



Town Reftdence. 
Dublin Caftle. 



Colic 



t- green, 



Merrion-flreet, 

Marlborough-ftr. 
Holies-Itreet, 

Marlborough- (treet 



Kildare-Sfreet, 
Ely- Place, 

Henry-ftrcet, 



Stephen Vgreen, 
Quarters, 

Sackville-ftreet, 



Lower Merrion-ft. 
Summer HilJ, 

Summer-hill, 
Hume-rtreet, 

Mrnion-flreet, 
Peter-ftreet, 

Merrion-StreeC, 
Stephen's Green, 



Phoenix Park, Dublin. 
Cahernanc, Ki Harney. 

Eafl Indies, 

Dungannon-paik,Z}*/»;v;/r. 

[nana, Strabane. 
Bally-coleman andDuny- 



Abbeville, Dublin. 
Mavfield, IVaterjord. 

Abbeville, Dublin. 
Belmonr.-lodge, Durrcw, 

Turin, Lt J 'more \ 



Doudftown, Maynootk. 

[and Wilton, Ennffa rthy , 
Waterroid, IVaterjord, 
Ca^lleboro , , Ennijcot thy* 

Bowden Park, Mullingar 



Mount Equity, At k tone % 

Delvin-lodge, CaftUdefo. 

Bert, A thy. 
Shcrlockllown, Nnas. 



Belvue, F.nnifrortby. 
Loit us-hall, Wexford. 

Reft. 



LoftUR-hall, Fenthard. 
C hurchtown, Dublin, 



The Common* of Ireland. Clerks of the Parliament. 55 

Tcivn Refidtnce. j Country > Reft d.&F oft Y^wa , 



MEMBERS. 
140. Bor. of Ennifcorthy. 
ir Vefey Coiclough, Bt. 
vloumf. Longfielii Efq. 

141, Bor. of Fethard. 
-.Tottenham, of Rofs,Efg-, 
*rho. Loftus, Efq; 

142. Bor. of Gorey. 
Char. StanleyMorick,Eiq : 
ohn Toler, Efq; 
143- Town of.New-Rofs 
obert Leigh, Efq; 
harles Tottenham, Efq; 

144- Bor. of Taghmon. 
•Rt.Hon. j.H Hutchinfon, 
Vardcn Flood, Efq; 
145. Town of Wexford, 
ichard Nevil!, Efq; 
rancis Leigh, Eiq; 
46. WICKLOWCo. (10) 
iehclas Weftby, Efq; 
William Hume, Efq; 
147. Bor. of Bakingias. 
on. John Stratford. 
Hon. B. (/Neil Stratford 
148. Bor. of BleiTington. 
ihn i\eHly, Eiq; 
r Richard Johnfton, Bt. 
149. Bor. or' CaryVfort. 

That. Ofborne, Bart. 
Charles Ofbonu, Ef<j; 
150. Bor. of Wickiow. 
dw. Tighe, Efq; 
Wm. Tighe, Eiq; 



Paradife-Row, 
Merrion Squaie, 

Merrion-Street, 



Merrion-Mreet, 
Gardiner's- Row, 

Stephen's Green, 
Frederick- 11 reet, 

Grafton -lireet, 
A 1 ran Quay, 

Merrion- ftreet, 
Stephen's Green, 

Merrion-fquare, 



JardinerVrow, 



Dominick- It reet, 
Gt. Britain-it reet, 

NT. Gt George's ft. 



Merrion -Buildings. 
Do minick- llreet, 



Tin tern Abbey, Rofs. 
Longoeviik, Ma/ieta. 

Rof* 

Charleville, Bmy. 
Graig, Neuagk, 

Rotfgarland, Rojs. 

B a I 1 y c w r y , A' <wtw .M t . # . 



Paulftown, Goivran. 

Furnace, Naas. 
Roifgarland, Rcfs. 

High-Park, Cafilederruot . 



S t r a t fo r d - 1 od g c , Cajj led er- 

Sc a r v a , Lour hbricklan d . 
Gilford. 

New frown, C Ion vie U. 
N e w town, C ion me I /, 

Usker% Vt'ickkiv, 
Kilca-ry, Curlew. a«d 
Wcediloek, Kilkenny'. 



OFFICERS atvenuing 

THE HOUSE OF PEERS, 
erk of the Parliament, William Watts 
3ayer and Edw. Gayer, Efqrs. 
ufifoAfGitant, Forte feu, e Gorrmn, Efq. 
tadlng-Clerk, Jof. Griffith, Eiq. 
mmittee-Cl-erk, Mr. Edw. Amphlet. 
umal-Clerk, Mr. Edmund Fenncr. 

1 Clerk in Office, Mr. Jn. Gayer, 
diticr.;.! Cltrk, Mr. Wm. Walker, 
tier King of Anns, Sii C. Fortefcue,. Kt. 
ntleman Uiher, Hen. Henry Kane, 
jeant at Arms, Hump. Minchin, Efq. 
oman Ufhe,r, Mr. Bryan Connor. 
? Door Keepers, four McJJknpers and 
imft Keeper. 

HE HOUSE OF CO M M ON S. 
rrkof the Hon. Motile of CemmQns, 
tut). Thornton, Efn. 



the P A R L I A M E N T. 

Cl-erk Affiftarit, Edw. Tr^fliam, Efq. 
Committee Clerks, Geo. Fre. Winilanle;* 

and Jonathan Rog,eis, Efqrs. 
Clerk of the Journals, and Records, Ja. 

Corry, Efq. 
Clerks of the Erigrolfmeot?, Dawf>n 

Ellis, Efq. 
Clerk iu -the Chief Clerk's Office, Geo 

Sherry, Efq. 
Chaplain to the Hon. Houfs of Corrmiunj 

Hon. and Rev. Wiidijss i£uo:c . 
Serjeant at Arms, Dixie Co<sain?toc snd 

John Mc.Clintock, Efc,;s. 
AtfifiantSerjeantat Am s.Tho, Leftrance* 

Efq. 

■livodttrk Door Keepers aju! %'gtjeen M'ef* 



56 Knights of St. Patrick. State Officers. 

The most illustrious Order of SAINT PATRICK, was \tm 

llituted Match 17th. 1783; it confitts of a Sovereign, a Grand Mattel 
(who is the Lord Lieutenant for the Time being), and Fifteen Knightw 
Companions. They wear a Sky Blue Ribband With a Medal appendant^ 



HIS Majefly, Swrn. of the Order. 
His Excellency the Lord 
Lieutenant, Grand Ala fie r. 

Fifteen Knights Companions^ viz. 
Prince Edward. 

William- Robert, Duke of L'emffer, 
Henry, Marquefs of Clanricarde. 
Thomas, Earl of Weflmeath. 
Murrough, Earl of Inchiquin. 
Charles, Marquifs of Drogheda. 
'Geo. de la Poer,Marq.of Waterford 
Richaxd, Earl of Shannon. 
James, Ear i of CianbravT.il. 
Richard, Earl of Mornington. 
Arthur-Saunders, Earl of Arran. 
James, Earl of Courtown. 
fames, Earl of Charle.nont. 



Thomas, Earl of BecYive. 
John-Jofhua, Earl Carvsfort. 

Officers belonging to the Order. 
Prelate, T^e Lord Primate. 
Chancellor, The Archb. of Dublin. 
Secretary, Lord Vifcount Delvin. 
Geneahg iJ},C h ar 1 es- H e n . Coo t c , El ~q 5 
Regijler 3 Dean Cradock. 
Ujher, Hon. Henry Fane. 
King cf Arms, Sir Chichefler For- 
tefcue, Kt. 
Uitter, Knight attendant on ihe< 
Order., 

Heralds. Thomas Meredyth Wiu- 

ltaniy and William Bryan, Efqrs. 
Purjuiyants, Lieut. Cioker, and 
M inch in, Efq; 



STATE OFFICER S. 

LOUD Almoner, the Primate. 
Principal Secretaryoi State,Rt 
Hon. John Hely Hutchinfon. 

Chief Secretary to the Ld. Lieut 
Rt. Hon. Robert Hobart. 

Under Secretaries. 
/?^//D^r/.SackvilleHamilton,Efq. 
Militi.ryDepart. Edw. Cooke, Efq; 

Private Secretary to the Loid 
Lieutenant, Lord Biihop of Cork. 



Clerk of the Council, Rt. Hon. Lord Elcrs-. No. 13, Mary-Jlreet 



Vifcount Cli fden. Deputies, Henry 
Upton, and John Patrickfon, Efqrs-, 

State Phyficians R. Emmet, M. D. 
F.R.S. and Stephen Dickfon, M. D. 

Bride ftreet. 

State Surgeon, G. Hume and 
Clement Archer, Elqrs; 

Siate Apothecary, Henty Hunt, 
Ef;; Henry -fire et. 

Compiler of the Dublin Gazette. 
Ron. Mr. Hewitt, 

(. fice of Arms, Eafi Front Parlia- 
vienr ffovji. 

UlfterKing of Arros-StrChichcfter 
Fortifcuc, Kt Hep. W. Biyan, Efq; 

PuWin Herald it Arms, Th.-Me- 
redyth Winttade;. F/q; Frederick-fl. 

Cork Her. at A r ;ns, W. Cry an, Efq; 



Chiel Serjeant at Arms, Dixie Cod- 
ington, and John Me, Ciintock, Jr. 
Efqrs. Marlborough-Strcet* 

Deputy, Thos. L'Ettrange, Efq; 
No. 20. Droghida-flreet. v 

Second Serjeant at Aims,' Henryji 
Minchin, Efq; Dep. Jof.Giifrith,Efq;i:; 

Athlone Puifui'/ant at Arms, Geo, 
Twifelton Ridfdate, Efq; 

Solicitor in Criminal Caufes,Nich,] 
Morrifon, and Thomas Kemmioj/ 



Uflie: and Keeper of the Council 
Chamber, John Patrickfon, Efq; 

Conftahle of Dublin Cattle, Honn 
Wm. John Skeffington. Dep. Rt. HM 



Hen. Theoph. Clement 
Chaplain, Rev. Alex. Staples, A.M 
Houfekec per and Wardrobe keeper 
A Dunlin Cattle, Mrs. Lucy Waiter 
Aflittant, Mrs. Martha Fortnum 
Matter ofhisM a jetty\sRiding-Houf 
-n Dublin Cattle, 'Will. Broom, Gt. 

Matter of the Revels, W, Muckei 
Efq; Dep. Matter of the Revels am 
Patentee of the r I heatre Royal, Rd 
Daly, Efq; 

RANGER ofthePhrenix-rark, an 
Mattel of the Game, 



Keeper of the Phcenix-Paik, Sack 1 
ville Hamilton, Efq. 



Lord Lieutenant's Hourtiold. Court of Chancery. 57 



Bailiff of the Phoenix Park, 



Ranger of the Curragh of Kildare, 
orenzo Moore, Efq. 

Commander of the Dorfet Yatch, 
irAiex. Schomberg, Kt. Ely Place, 
lis Excel. theLd. Lieutenant' sHouJbold 

Private Sec. Lord Bifhop of Cork. 
Gent. Ufher of Black Rod, Hon. 
"enry Fane. 

Steward, William Meeke, Efq; 
Comptroller, Hon. Wm. Cockayne. 
Chamberlain, Sir John Hafler. 
Vice Chamberlain, Enfign Hafler. 
Gentleman Ufher, and Matter of 



the Ceremonies* Sir Boyle Roche,Bt. 

Afliftant Gent. Ufher, Sir George 
Maffey, Kt. 

Mafterof Horfe, R. Jephfon, Efq;; 

Gentlemen of the Chamber, Jn. 
Michel, Efq: Geo Hobart, Efq; 

Gentlemen at Large, Sir George 
Maffey, Kt. Chas. Wiliington,Wm. 
Hall, & Ponionby Molefworth,Efqrs. 
Pages to the Ld. Lieut. Mr. George 

King, Mr. Charles Poiter. 
Pages to the Lady Lieut. Mr. John 

Maffey, Mr. John Whet.hem. 

Thomas Kelly, Efq; Attendant 
on Balls, at D.ihlin Cattle. 



COURT of CHANCERY. 
Thus J marked in the Four Courts, and all the King's Council, are Bencher* 
of the Hon. Society of King's Inns. And thus -f* marked, Commiflion- 
ers to hear and determine Cauies in Chancery, in the Abfence, or upon 
the Death of the Lord Chancellor; a Judge to be always One. 



tT" ORD Chancellor, Rt. H.John, 
I y Baron Fitzgibbon, EJj-Place. 
Guardians and Keepers of the 
*olls, Rt. Hon. John Earl of Clan- 
iore, Rt. Hon. John-Jo8i*a Earl 
arysfort, K. St. P. 
Deputy Guardians and Keepers of 
he Rolls, John Fitzgerald Colli?, and 
A. Franks, Efqrs. Office, King' s- Inns. 

Matters in Chancery, 4. 
f Tho. Burroughs, Efq; Rutland-Sq 
f-Hem y Coulfon, Efq; Pder-fireet . 
J- Ed ward Wettby, Efq; Tork-firtfU 
u Thoinas Walker, Efq; Tork-fireet. I 

Six Clerks, 
-lenry Cope, Efq; Gt . Ship-Jlreet. 
rien. Palmer, Efq; Chrift-Church-1. 
Alex. Bi enan,Efq; Cht ijl- church -lane . 
Edward Woods, Efq; Rofs-lune 
Jones Stevelly, Efq; Rojs-lane. 
Trevor Bomford, Efq; Gt. Ship-Jlreet. 

JCIerk of the Crown and Hanaper. 
Rt. Hon. Sir Lucius O'Brien , Bart- 

Deputy Clerk of the Crown and 
Hanaper, Thomas Bourchier, Efq, 
Office, King* s- Inns. 
XRegitter,Wills, Marquefs ofDown- 
fhire, and Arthur, E. ofHill/borough. 
Deputy, Tho. Pendergair.,Efq; Office, 
Golden -lane. 

Cuifuor, Alexand. Hamilton, Efq. 
Dep. Noah Hickey, Efq. Ear/-Jheet 
Ojice % King'j.lnjis, 



Regitter and Clurk of the Faculties, 
Gawin Lane, \L\c\;Su?nmer-hi 11 '. Dep. 
W. M'Kay, Ffq ; No.43, Ship-fir. 

Clerk of the Recognizances, Wm. 
Deane, Efq; Rcjs-lane. 

Clerk of the Report Office, John 
Pollock,, YS^Jervis-Jlreet. 

Secretary to the Lord Chancellor, 
John Dwyer, E'q; Merricn-ftreet . 
Pui Tebearer, John Beresford, Efq; 

Stephen " s -g teen. 
Train bearer, FraucoisBeaujohn,Gt. 
Ely-Pace. 

Chief Lxaminator, Robt. Warren f 
Efq; Deputy, Jas.Dickfon,Efq; Office, 
King's Inns. 

Second Examr. F. Faulkner, Efq; De- 
puty, T.Tench, Efq; Office, King's Inns. 

tUfher, Hnn. Rich. Power, L. L.D. 
Jas. ThoiUpffttj, Gt. Dep. and Reg. of 
Affidavits, King's- Inns. 

Acct. Gen. H. Howard, Ffq; Dep. 
Mr. Rt. Dickenfon, Office, Kns.Inr.s. 
25 Come, of Bankruptcy appointed I y 

the Rt. Hon. the Lore Chancellor. 

Ambrofe Smith, Tho. Kingfbury, 
Step. Dickfon, JohnO'Connoi, Sam. 
Forth, Edw. Nowlao, Jas. O'Hara, 
Anthony King, Jof. Huband v Hen.y 
Doyle, Charles Connor, Peter Wv 
brants, Edward Taylor, Peter Canc- 
ell, G Powell B. Ball, J, Pollock, 
J. LeJ*nd, M. Chanabei hine.Walker 



<;8 Court of King's Bench. 

T. Prendergaft, Edw. Lyfaght, Geo. 
\V. Vernon, F. Thompfo% H.Tal- 
bot Worthington, and Rt. Moantney 
Jephfon, Efqrs. 

Secretary of Bankrupts, J. Dwyer, 
Efo; Merrion-Jtreet. 

Deputy Seceietarv, Wm. McKay, 
Efq; Office, No. 43,' Ship- fir eet. 



Court of Common Pleas. 

Clk.of Inrollments in Bankruptcy, J. 

Wai burton, Efq-,No. 1 1 ,Charlemont-Ji. 

Office, Birmingham-Tower, Caltle. 
Meffengers to the Commiflionei s, 

H. Upton, Efq; Harry-jlreet, and 

Wm. Walker, Gt. Marlboro -fireet. 
Purfuivrant W. M'Kay, Elq;$£/>-J| 
Cryer, Oawen l.ane, Gt. Sum. -hill 



COURT of R1N G's BENC H Office, King's- Inns. 



rt 



LOrd Chief Juftice,Rt.H.John, 
Vile. Clonrnell, Harcourt-fi 
J'fSecand Jui'tice, John Bennett, 
Kfq ; Memcn-jireet. 

If Third juilice, Robert Boyd, 
E;b; 

Xf Fourth JufUce, Hon. Jofeph 
Hewitt, Grafton Jlreet. 

jClerk of the Crown, Prothonotai y> 
Keeper of the Writs, Philizei^Clerk oi 
the Entries, and *Jlerk of the Errors. 
Hon, Hen. Seymour Conway, and 
llobt Seymour Conway. 

DeputyGlerk of the Crown, Andrew 
Cairn i chad and William Bradlhaw, 
lilqrs Offke, King's Inns. 

Deputy Prothonotary, Keeper of the 



'Writs, Clerk of the Entries, and Clerk* 
of the Errors,Jas Hamilton, Senr. J as. 
Hamilton, ) un. &R. Hamilton, El<^is.. 
Domini ck-jlreet. Office, King s -Inns 

Clerk to Ld XhiefJuftice Clonrnell,! 
John Bradlhaw, Efq; Tork-jlreet. 

Clerk to Mr .Juilice Bennett, Robt. 
Reeves, Efq; Merrion-jlreet. 

Clerk to Mr. juftlce Bovd, Alex. 
Boyd, Efq; 103, Britain-Street 

Clerk to Hon J of. Hewett. Wm. 
M'Kay, Efq; Ship Jlreet. 

Dep.Phili2er,T.ChurchGt Jrran-^ 

Tipftaff, J.Bradfliaw,Elq;rV£-yrr.j 

Seal-keeper, Henry Moore, Gtnt. 
Office^ Kin^s-Inns. 



COURT of COM MO N-P L 
JfT RD Chief J. R. H. Hugh] 
Ld. Carleton, Stephen's Gr 

J-f-Second Juftice, Robeit Hellen. 
£lq; Mefpit-Eank. 

tf*Thii djuflice, Rt. Hon. Thoma* 
Kelly, Rut land-Square. 

Jf-Fou thjufrice, AlexsnderCrook* 
ftank, Efq; Leinjler jlreet. ' 

"J; Keeper of the Writs, Tho. Aclon 
Efq; French-Jlr. Office* Kin^ s- Inns. 
Jlreet, and Mathias Scott, Efq; 
JPiothonotary, 11 . H . E a 1 1 o f F a r n h a nr. 
Rut!and-Sq. Dep. Prothonotary and 
Utxob&try, Rob'. O 1 Ik™, Efq, Gloccf- 
t ei ' -Jlr . Office, King's - Inns. 

Chji:Qgra| her. See K eeperof (hf-Wrii? 

Clerk oi the King's Silver, Mat bias 
ficort, Efq; Dept. Francis Pierpoint 
fcltwitt, Efq; 

Plnlizer,' T. Dulhunty, Efq; Dep. 
and Exigent cr, P. Claney, Efq: No. 
40, lit tat jlr i et-, Gffice, King" 1 i. Inns 

Clerk o\ the Warrants, F. Pierpnmt 



Court of Exchequer. 



59 



COURT o/EXCHECLUER, T reafury-Office, Dublln-Cafik. 



LORD High Treafurer,His Grace, 
William, Duke of Devonfhire. 
Vice-Trealttrers,Geo.Ld. Vile Mt. 
Edgecumbe and Lord Fred. Camp- 
bell. Dep. Vice-Trea. Rt. Hon. Hen- 
Theo. Clements. Clerks in the Trea- 
fury, viz. John Cooper, J of. C. 
Walker, Aultin Cooper, John Kelly, 
John Stanciifh, Rob. Mahon, Tho. 
Haffield and Rdv? • tandifh. Clcik 
6f the Annuities, HenryStandifh,Efq-, 
CASHIER, or Teller of the Exche- 
quer, Rt H. Wm. Conyngham, His 
Clerks, vim. Cafh-keeper, Thomas 
Higinbotham, Efq; Examin. of hi 
Vouchers, and Keeper of the Ledger, 
Roht. Watfon Wade, Efu; Affiliam 
for payment of Intereft on Deben- 
tures, And- Higinbotham, Gt. Afliit- 
ant for payment ot Intei eft on T rea- 
fury Bills, Edw. Whitten, Gt. 
Affiltant to the Cafh-keeper, William 
Thompfon, A (Tift, to the Ledge/ 
keeper, Gab. Ber anger, Gt. Keepei 
of the Houfe for Receipt, j. Murray. 

^Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt 
Hon. Sir J. Parnell, Bt. Dawfcu-ftr. 

J+Lord Chief Baron, Rt. Hon 
Barry Yelverton, Ely Place. 

J-j-Second. Baron, Richard Power, 
Efq; Kil'lare-ftreet. , 

Xf Third Baron, George Hamil- 
ton, SackvilU-ftr, 
If Fourth Barm, Peter Metge, Efq. 
Domini i k-jh eet. 

Auditor General, Robert, Earl Ro- 
den, and Robt. Lord Vifc.Jocelyn. De- 
puty, Hon.G. Jocel yn, Lower Cafile- 
yard. Clerks, Wm. Bovver, Henrx 
Harding and Allen Tildall, Gent. 

CommilTioners of the Treafury Ac- 
counts, Lord Chancellor, Chancellor 
of the Exchequer, Lord Chief Baron, 
tnd Barons or the Exchequer. 

Surveyor General oi Lands, Super- 
vifo-, and Valuer of HisMajclty% 
H ^nors, &c. Hon. Robert Koch fort. 
Dep. Matthew HandcockjEfqj Office, 
Li'u ir Cajlie-yat d. 



Exchequer-Office, Kin g" 1 s- Inns. 

Chief Remembrancer, J James, Karf 
of Clanbraffill, Deputy, and Auditor 
of Accounts, John Macartney, Efq^ 
ouncil to the Chief Rememb; ancer's 
Office, ArthurChichefter Macartney, 
Eftj; Filacer, H Doyel, Efq-, Regifter, 
W. Hunter, Efq; Clerk in the Secon- 
lary's Office, James Edwards, Gent, 
Clerks in the Regifters Office, Tho. 
Browne and John O'M-illy, Gent- 
Deputy Filacer, Henry Wallh, Gent. 

Lord Treafurer, or Second Remem«* 
brancer,Rt Hon. LordDonoughmore. 
Deputy, Richaid Wallet, Elqr; 
King** Inr.s. Secondaries, D. Beere, 
Zach. Dawfon Williams, Rich. Be ere 
ind Henry Williams, Gt. Office f 
Kenedy' s- lane. 

Clerk of the PleasoftheExchequer. 
Ut. Ho Lord Vile. Clonmell, Deputy, 
Cha. Farran, and Jacob Sheirard, 
Efqrs. Law or Plea Office of the Ex- 
'hequtr. Fijbamble-Jlrcet . 

Clerk of the Pipe, HumphryButler, 
F.l'q. Deputy, John Battley, Gt. 
Office, Rofs-lane. 

Chief Chamberlain, Wm- Henry 
Palmer, Efq; Dep. WiiliamBoulger t 
Efq; Offi-e % Treajury. 

Seed. Chamberlain, H. G ,Qnia,Efq; 
Dubltn-Cafile. Deputy, J. Kelly, Elq; 

Comptroller ot the Pipe, Edward 
fighe,Efq; Office, No. i 3, Stt-phen-fl . 

Ufher ol ine Exchequer, Doherty 
Goi manScPvob. Johnfon Cot r»an,Gt.* 
Dep. Charles Fleetwood. 

Tfanfcriptor and Foreign Appofer, 
John Pollock, Efq; Jetvis Jlrtet. 

Summon! ife!\ c \:Clk. ofthe Eftreata. 
Mieh. Morrilon, l.fq; No. 33 York-fir* 

Maifhaj or the Four Courts, ■ 
Orrnfby, Eftfc Afarjhaljea, Crier's- 
lane, Thomas- fit cet. 

Clerk or the Pells, Rt. Hon. Lord 
Hawkffiury. Deputy, Hen. Standiih, 
Efq; Lower Caftle-yard. 

Remembrancer, Clk. and Receiver 
>f the Firft Fruits, James Glafcock, 



60 Court of Exchequer Chamber. King's Council, 

Tork-Jlr. and Wm. Glafcock, Efqrs.j 

Purfuivant of the Exchequer, Rob. 
O'Hara, Efq; Deputies, Zach-Daw- 
fort Williams and Daniel Beere, Gt. 
Office, Kenedy^s-lane. 

Auditor of Foreign Accounts and 
Imprelts, Loid Vifc. Delvin. 
Deputy-Auditor, W.L. Badham, Efq; 

Clerk to Lord Chief Baron Yelver- 
ton, John Na(h, Efq; Bride-Jfreet. 

Clerk to Baron Power, Richard 
Evans, jun. Efq; Aungier-Jlreet. 

Clerk to BaronHainiJton 



Clerk to Baron Metge, John Forde 
Efq; Dcminick-fireet. 

KLeeper of the Seals, Tho.Kemmis, 
Efq, Kildare-fireet. 



Examiner to the Hon. Baron Ha- 
milton, D.Mc.Caufland, Henry- fir. 

Clerk of the Rules of the Common- 
Law, Jacob Shen ard, Efq; 

Clk. of the Alphabets,L.Lewi?,Gu 
Clei k& Signer ofWrits, J. Farran,Gt. 
Clerk of the Appearances and At- 
tachments, Jofeph Farran, Gt. 

Cryerofthe Lxcheq. J.Nafh, Efq 
Deputy, James Lowrey. 

Office^ King*s-hns. 



Chairman of the Seffions of Kil- 
mainham, R. Day, Efq; Regifter. J. 
Fitzgerald Collis, Efq; ITork-fireet. 



C O U R 7 'of E X C H E 

JtTdges,Rt.H.Lord Chancellor, Ld. 
High Treafurer& Vice-Treafurers. 
Afnltant Judges, Rt.H. Lords Chief 
Juflices,K. Bench, & Common-Pleas 
Clerk of Errors, Pat. Halfpenny, 
Kfo. No. 21, Chancery -lane. 



<^U ER CHAMBER. 
r ~|~** Reafurer to the H. Society of 
X King's Inns, Rt.H. Ld.Chancelr. 
Dep. Treafurer, Pat. Halfpenny. 
Steward, John Robinfon, Gent. 
No. 24, Tork-Jlr. 



P 



K.11MG-8 COUNCIL. 
RIME Serjeant, Hon. Jame^||George Ponfonby, Efq; Temple-fir. 
Fitz Gerald, Molef<worth-fir . }f Joha Egan, Efq; Ely-Place. 



^Attorney General, Rt. Hon. Arthur 

Wolfe, Clare-fireet. 
^.Solicitor General, John Toler, Efq, 

Gardiner' s-Rohjo. 
^Second Serjeant, Henry Duquery, 

Efq; Leinfier-fireet. _ 
£Third Serjeant, James Chatter- 
ton, Efq; Aungter-fireet. 
JR.H.J.HelyHutchinfon,Tr/«/V)r-Co/ 
*Geo. Hau, Elq; Lower- Abbey -fir. 
JRob. Barry, Efq; Hume-fir. 
JRob. Sibthorp, Efq; Jervis-fir. 
J Sir Frederick Flood, Bi.Merrion-Jqu 
^Maur.Copinger,Eiq;//arrc«r/ Place. 
JHugh Wilfon, Efu; Clare-fireet. 
JW. Doyle, Efq; A 7 . Cumberld.fi. 
JChailes ONeil, Efq; Ely Place. 
JWra. Caldbeck, Efq; French-fir. 
jKobt. Boyd, Efq; Ely Place. 
J James Chatterton, Efq; Aungier-fit 
jtUch. Sheridan, Efq; Dorfet fireet 
"JJn. Philpot Curran, Efq; Ely Place 
^Beresford Bul lion, Efq; Tork fireei 
^Mathias Finucane ,£fq; Kildare-fi. 
3 Hon. Simon Butler, NaJJau-Jireet. 



[Robert Johnfon, Efq; Vork-ftreet. 
JMarcusBeres.ford,Efq;^<ir/^rc , - > /2. 
|Edm. Stanley, \Ltt\\Sack-vi tie- fireet. 
JRobert Day, Efg; Merion-fquare 

Clerk to the Prune* Serjeant, 
George Comyn, Efq; Duke-fireet. 

Clerk to the Attorney General, 
James Barlow, Elq; Abbey-fir eet. 

Clerk to the Solicitor General, 
Hector Graham, Efq; Rut land -J qua te. 

Clerk to Mr. Serjeant Duquery. 
John Heard, Efq; KilJare -fireet. 

Clerk to Mr. Serjeant Chatterton, 
Rt.Hickfon Morgell, Efq; Tork-fi. 

PUblick Regiiler of Deeds, Right 
Hon. Geoige Ogle, Dep. John 
Moore, Efq; No. I, Summer -hdl. 
Hours, of Attendance, from 10 till 4, 
KeeperoftheRecoidsin Birmingham 
Tower, W. Bury, Efq; Socket lie -fir. 

Deputy, John Warburtm, Efq; No. 
zi, Char lemont-fir eet. G/frf, Birming- 
ham Tower, Caflle. 

Clerk of the Paper Office, James 
Chatterton, Efq; Dep. Mr, W.Briec, 



Com. of Appeals. Prerogative Court. Senefchftls. Deans. 6 1 



Commissioners c/Appeal 

RObert Bairy, E% 
MauriceCopinger,Efq; / Exche- 
William Prefton, Efq; s. 
Charles Ofborne, Efq; f Ckamh. 

Richard Moore, Efq; J 

Their Secretary, H. Coddington, 
jun. Gt No. 7, Cape I fireet. 

? REROGAT I VE COURl' 

JUdge, Stephen RadclifF, J.U.D 
Stephen s-Green, South. 
Regiiters, Rev. Wm. Max. Freind 



Harcourt-J}reet.Reg\ft.er y A\tx.Cz(\.e\i 

Gt. Kcvan-ftr. Marfhal, 

Thomas-court and Donore, NichoL 
Morrilbn,Efq; No. 33, Tork-ftr. Re- 
gifler, M. Black, Efq, Meath- fireet. 
Marfhal, fohn Clarke, Gt. Hanbury 
lane, Meaih ftreet. 

Liberties and Manorof GrangeGor- 
man, T. King (bury, El'. Molefwortbft. 

Liberties of St. Patrick's, William 
Dwyer, Efq; 

Liberties of Kilmainham, Godfrey 
Jame», Efq; Stephen s-^reen. Re- 



and Rev. John Freind. Deputy, Hen. igifter, Edward Travels Hiwlev, 



Upton, Efq; Office Capel-Jh eet. 
Marflial, Matthew Graham, Gt. 
Court of DELEGATES. 
Regifter of Appeals andProvocationt 
Spiritual, Tho. Acton, El"-:; Ft cnch-Jir 
Dep u ty , M r . T. M angan , Kiug-ftt eet 
Stephen s -Green, 

METROPOL. Court :f ARMAGH. 
Vicar General, Step. Rcddiff, J.U.D 
Regifter, Hen. Upton, Efq; Cupel fir 
Deputy James Maculla, Gt. Armagh 

CONSISTORT Court of Dublin. 
Vicar Gent. Rev. Archdn. Haftings, 
L.L.D. Mcrrton-Jquare, and Patiick 
Duigenan, Elq; L.L.D. Jervis-ftr. 
Regilter, Geo. de !a Poer Beresford: 
Efq; Dep. Thos. Mangen, Efq 
Office^ Kmg-fireet, Stephen s-gr . 

High- Court of AD M I R ALT Y\ 
Court held at the Ecur~Ccu.rt s . 

JUdge, Warden Flood, Ef |; J.U.D 
Arran quay. King's Advocate 
General, Patrick Duigenan, L. L. D. 
ItegtOer, Thomas Tifiall, Elq; 
Ft cmh-ftreet. 

Proctor ot Office, Wm. Robnet, Efq. 

7ork ft r eet. 
Mai Dial, HughONeil,Efq;^/^#^//?r 



Greet LoKgJ;ret-ftreet , Marfhal joha 
Claike, Cent. Hanburry-lane. 

Rev. DEANS of Ireland,. 
[TON. W. Anneflev L.L.tt.Dow>ie. 

1 John Barry, D. D. Elphin. 
fofliua Perkeie), D. D. Tuatn. 
Lewa: 1 lflaeker, A. M. Leigbiiu* 
Dixie Blundell,D. D. Ktldarc. 
vVenflcy Bond, A. M. Rojje. 
John Broca*, A. M. Kt/lalla. 
Chriftopher Buifon,A.M. H'aterfor* 
Peter CarktoO, A. M. Kil'c h e. 
XrthurCb.ampagne, \.Wl.C/cnmacnoi. 
Charles Coote, D. D. Kilfen:ra. 
W.Cradock, D.D. St. Patrick iDub. 
W\\. Maurice Ciofbie,D. D. Limerick 
William Dighy, A. M. Clsnfcrt. 
Kichard Dobbs, A. M. Connor. 
[ohn Erfkine, A. M. Ccrke. 
Rob.Goiges, L. L. B. Kilmacduagh , 
Thomas Graves, A.M. Ard/err. 
Hugh Hamilton, D. D. Armagh. 
Achonry . 

Hon. John Hewitt, A. M. Chyne. 



Vice-admirals. 

Munfter. W. Earl of Befsborough 
LetnJier.Kd. Ld . V if c . Fi u w 1 1 1 iam. 
S E N E S C II A L S. 

KI ig's Manors, Henry Weilenra, 
Efq; Dominick-ftreet. 
bt Sepulchre's, Joi.n Hatch, Ef< 



John Hume, A. M. Derry. 
Rt. R. Dr. G. L. Jones, Ld. Bp. 

of K\U\ue,Cbrift-Churcb y Dublin. 
Cadogan Keatinge, A M. Clogher* 
James King, D. D. Raphce. 
Chai les Mingan, A. M. Ardagh, 
Richard Moore, A M. Emiy. 
Thomas Pack, A. M. Offory. 
Joitph Palmer, A. M. Cajhell 
lion. Tho?. Stopford,A M. Ftrnr. 
Raphael Walili, A. M. Dromore. 
Thos. Webb, A. M. Kilmsre. 
Rev.— — Wksihem, A. M. Lifmdrc* 



6z Archdeacons^ Vicars General. Regifters. 

Rev. ARCHDEACONS of IRELAND. 



RObert Auften, D. D. Cork. 
Robert Baillie, A M. Cajhel 
Stewart Blacker, A. M. Dromore. 
Rev. R. Beatty, A. M. Ardagh. 
William Boyd, A. M. Ferns. 

F. Brown, L. L. D. Kilmacduagh, 
Edmuntl Burton, A. M. Tuam. 
C. B. Caulfeld, A.M. Chgber. 
John Caulfeild, D. D. Kilmore. 
Edward Day, D. D Ardfert. 
John Dickfon, A. M. Do<wn. 

G. -Lewis Fleury, A. M. IVaterford 
JohnFreind, A. M. Armagh 

A. Hamilton, D. D. Rofs. 
Tho. Haftings. L. L. D. Dublin* 
Jimes Hutchinfon, A. N4. Achonry. 
James Kenny, A. M. Kiljenora. 



William Maunfell, A. M. Kildare. 
Ephraim Monfell, A M. Elpbin. 
fames Montgomery, A.M Rapboe. 
Henry Palmer, A. M. Ofjory. 
John Scott; A. M. Chnfert. 
Alex. Seton, A. M. Aghadoe 
Hon. Jamen ^entleger, ^A.M Cloyne. 
Martin Sherlock, A. M Killatla. 
Thomas Smith, L L. D. Lijmore. 
Clotworthy Soden, A. M. Derry. 
Charles Stone, D. D. Mtatk 
Samuel Synge, A. M. Killaloe. 
Anthony Trail, A. M. Connor. 
Jas.Verfchoyle,L.L.B.G/a«^/tfg£. 
Garrett W ill, A M Emly. 
Edw. Whitty, A. M. Leighlin. 
Raphael Waifh, A. M. Limerick 



VICARS G 
Ardagh. Rev. Robert Beatty,A.M 
Ardfert and Aghadoe. Rev. Edw. 

Day, D.D. 

Cajbel. Rev. Patrick Hare, A.M 
Clogher Rev . T.Haftings,L.L.D. 
Chnfert and KihnacduSgh. Revd. 

Francis Hall, L. L. D. 

Cloyne. Arthur Browne, L.L.D. 
Conncr.Rev. William Brillow,A.M 
Cork and Rofs. Rev. J. Kenny, A.M 
Derry. John Lamy, L.L.D. 
Down. Rev' HamiitonTi ail, A.M 
Dr0/»0>-*.Rev.OfborneShiel, L.L.D 
Elpbin. Rev. John Hicks, A. M. 



E N E R A L. 

giidare. Tho. Kingfbury, J.U.D. 
Killala and Achonry. Rev. John 

King, A. M . 

Killalloe and Kilfenora. Rev. John 

Parker, D. D. 

Kilmore. Rev. J.Cottingham,D.D» 

L eigh //»£>f r n j . P . D u i g e n a n , L. L. D ♦ 
Limerick. Rev. Dean Hoare, A.M* 
Mcatb. Patrick Duigenan, L.L D 
OJfory. Rev.Sam.Madden,L.L.D. 
Rapboe. Rev. John Alcock, A.M^ 
Tuam.Rtv. Edmund Burton, A.M 

IVaterford. Rev. Hans-T. Pell, L.L.D* 



REGISTERS 
Ardagh. T .Webfter y E(q;Long ford i Elpbin. Rev. Fr.D. Kenny, Elphin, 
Ardfert and A ghadce. L.Hill, Efq;| Kildare. Nicholas Fit ton, Efq; 
Cafiel. Samuel Cooper, Efi;; \Vork-ftreet. 

Chgber. Rev. An. Allen, A. M.j Killala and Achonry. L. Hill, Efq; 
Deputy, Wm. Mitchell, Gt. N. P. Killaloe and Kilfenora. Rev. J ames 
I\/lonaghan. ; Martin, KtUaloe. 

Chnfert and Kilmacduagb. Robt.J Kilmore. Chrillopher Brcdin, Efq; 
Blake, Efq. Ferns. Tho. Bridfon, Efq. N. 



Clcyne. John Hanning, Efq: 
Connor. Sam. Heron, Efq; Lifburn. 
Cork and Rojs. Samuel Mann, Etq; 
Dep. Thomas Gregg, Gt. Cork. 
Derry. J Galbraith Efq; Derry. 
Dow.. )<«h"n Brett, Efq; Dotun 



Wcxford." % 

Leighlin. T. Genly, Efq. Carlos. 
Limerick. Launcelot Hill,Elq;Z./m. 
Meath. James Gibbons, Efq; Dep. 
Rev. Maik Wainright, "him. 
Offory. Wm. Hartford, Efq; Dep. 



Dromore.CrintllrvfcJ'MfcDromore Peter Wall, Gt. Kilkenny 



Dean and Chapter cfChrijt-Churcb, 
Dub. James Gibbons, Efq; Suffolk-fir. 
Dean and Chapter of St. Patrick's, 



Rapboe. Rev. Sam. Law, Raphce, 
Tuam. Hugh StaffordEfq;/cTfl»« , j- : ^. 
IVaterford and Lifmore. Sim.Prel- 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 



6j 



CFNERAL FF ICE R S on the Eftahlifbment of I R E L A N D, 
Commander in Chief, Rt. Hon. Lieut.Gen. Wm. Augustus Pitt 



Lt. Gen. Geo. Warde. 
M. Gen. David Dundas, 
M. Gen. John Leland. 
M. Geu. Richard Whyte. 
Secretary to the Board of General 

Officers, Francis Palmer, Efq; 
Deputy, Gafper Erck, Efq ; 
Aides de Camps to the Lord Lieutenant 

Ordinary. 
Lt. Col. Francis Ci adock. 
Maj. Rich. H<vi. Buckeridge. 

Extraordinary. 
Lieut- Robert Williams. 
Lieut Hon. A Wefley. 
Cornet, William Stapleton. 
Captain, John Mitchell. 
Lieut. George Hobart. 
Captain, William Fitch. 
Lieut. R. C. Jone*. 
Aides deCamps to theCommander in 

Chief, MajorJohnWeit and Capt. 

Major Will. -Ann Villettes. 
Aides de Camp. 
To Lt. Gen. Geo. Warde, Capt. J. 

Addenbioke. 
ToM.G.D.DundasMaj.G.Vallan'.cy 
To M. (Jen. John Lelaud, Capt. C. 

H.indfield. 
To M. Gen. Richard Whyte, Capt. 

Tho. Bomne. 

MUSTEK MASTER General, 

~ Dep. Matthew Hand* 

cock, Efq*, Office, Lower Caftk-yard . 
CommilTaries, Geo. Ball, Chnllmas 

Wcckes, Morgan Byrne, J. L. 

Higgin?, Thomis Kiiwun and 

John Athenlcck, Efqrs. 
Adj. Gen. Maj. Gen. David Dundas. 
Dep. Adj. Gen. Capt. Step. Fremantle. 
Quarter M. Gen. Col. W.Fawcett, 
Deputy Quarter Mailer Gen. Col 

Charles Fultacc. 
Maj. of Brigade, G. Yallancev. Efq: 
Inipettor-Gcneral of Recruiting Par- 
ties belonging to Regiments ler v- 
ir.g abroad, C ol Hcmy Johnfon 
Phvfician General, Ch.W.Quin, Efq 
Chiiuigeon Gen. Geoige Stcwait, 

Ff j; No. io", Mol.'J<wQrth-ftreet* , 
Advocate Gen. and Judge Martial. 

Wa ter Ho r e, and Francis Pater- 



C 



Wy. 
S. 

Hon. Rt. 
(5) 



Provoft Marfhall Gen. J. Reed, Efy 
FIELD OFFICERS of the Regiments 
on the IRISH Eftablijhment. The 
Figures enclofed thus ( ) denote the 
Ranks of the Regiments. 

DRAGOON GUARDS. 
OL. Lt. G.George Warde.(4 
Lt. Col. Henry Greville. 
Major, Robert Stewart. O 
z. Col. Maj. Gen. Tho. Bland. (5) 
Lt- Col. Hon. H. Skeffington. 
Major, Hon. Rt. Taylor. Wy. 

3. Col. Maj Gen.FarlofCarhamptort 
Lf.Col. Lt.Col. Aithur Ormfty (6~) 
Major, William St. Leger. O. 

4. Col.Lt.Gen.SirC.Grey,K.B.(7) 
Lieut. Col. John Dillon. 
Major, Edward Dunne; 

DRAGOON 

COL. L. Gen. Rt. 
Cuninghame, 
Lt.C0J.C0l.Sir Jame^ Stewart, Bart. 
Vlajor, B. P. Henn.ker F.&R. 

a. Col. M.G.Franci^Lafcelles.(8) 
Lt.Col. Richard K. Wilford. 
Maj. Sir J. ErfkineSt.Chir,Bt. Wy. 

3. Col. L.G. Flower Mocher. (9) 
Lieut. Col. J of. Weftenra. 
Vlajor, Anderfon Saunders. F.&R. 

4. C0I. (iz) 

Lieut. Col. J oh 1 1 Francis. 

Vlajor, Edward Willey. O. 

5. Col. L.G. Ft am i/ Craig. (13) 
Lieut. Col. Co!. Sir James Stewart 

Dcnham, Bt. 
Major, Hon, George Walpole. Wy. 

6. Col. L. G. Rob. Sloper. (14) 
Lieut. Col. Col Grice Blakene) . 
Major, Arthur Carter, Wy, 

7. Col. Thomas Earl of Lincoln. 
Lt. Col. Maj. Cen. Sam. Birch. (17) 
Maj. Col. Oliver De Lancy. Wy 

8:CoI.LtG.Char.F.ofI>ogheda.(i8) 
Lt. Col. M.G.Charlcs \\ Ufon Lyon. 
Major, Hon. WUliaffi Cuffe F.&R, 
ARTILLERY Regiment. 

CO L. en Chief, Charles, Mar* 
of Drogheda* 
Col. enSecond,Ht n.E.olCarhamptoa 
Col.Commandt.Maj.Gen. J.Suatton. 
Lt.Col.Comman.RicrurdEettcfwor U 



64 Regiments of Foot. Ordnance. 

FOOT. |Lt. Col. John Moore. 
L^OL.LtG.Ld. A.Gordon (1) [Major, 



V^l Lt.Col. Francis Dundas, 
Major, John Weft A. 

t Col. M. G. Wm. Pickton (12.) 
Lt. Col. Col. Tho. Trigge, 
Maj. Frederick Bowes 1 . Wy. 

3. Col.Maj.Gen.Geo.Ainilie. (13 ) 
Lt. Col. John Whitelock. 

Major, Brent Spencer. A. 

4 . Col.Lt.G.W.F*wcett.K.B.(i 5) 
Lt. Col. Wm. Myers 

Major, James Douglas. A. 

5. Col.M.Ge.n. Hon-T.Bnice(io) 
Lt. Col. Col. James-Henry Craig. 
Major, Hon. GeorgeRawdon. A. 

6. Co]. M. G. Dd. Dundas. (%%) 
Lt. Col. Col. William Oofbie. 

Maj Lt.Col. Henry Lyfaght.F. & R 

7. Col. M. G. R, Grenvilie. (23} 
Lt Col. Ncfbit Balfour. 

Maj. Thomas Gibbings. Wy. 

8. Col, Lt. Gen. W.Taylor. (*4) 
Lt. Coi. Richard England. 
Major, William Campbell A. 

o. Col. Lt. Gen. Eyre Mafley. (27) 
Lt. Col Henry Erfkine Knight. 
Major, George Gilman. Stan. 

10. Col. M. Gen. R. Prefcott. (28) 
Lt.Col. Col. Robert Kingfton. 
M.U.Col S.WildeyRobarts.F &R. 

1 1 . Col. L. Gr Hen. Fletcher.(35) 
Lt. Col. Cha les Lenox. 

Majcr; Collin CampheJL 

1 2. C0I. Lt G. Sir R. Figott,Bt. ( 38 ) 
Lt. Col Col. Hon. Hen. E. Fox. 
Maj. Lt.Col. F.yre PowerTiench. C, 

13. Col.Lt-Gen.Robt.Boyd, K B. 
Lt Col. Hen. Barry. (39) 
Major, Lt Col. Daniel Vaughan. O. 

14. Col.Lt.Gen.SirG.Ofborne,Bt. 
Ll. Col. Suphen Brcmfitld. (40) 
Major, John-E. Adlam. Wy.(4i) 

15. Col. M. Gen. Thomas Stirling. 
Lt Col. CbarUb Gordon. F.&R. 
Maj. Lt. Col. John J. Ellis. Stew. 

r6 Col. Gen. Hon.G. Carey^) 
I t- Col. George Hewitt 
Major Duncan Cameron C 

!7.Col.L.G.Ho.JohnVaughan( 4 6) 
Lt. Col. Hon. Colin Lindlay. 
Major, Baldwin Leighton Wy. 
18. Col. M. G. A.Vy illiarafon.(47) 



r.&R. 

G. Jas. Grant. (55) 



*o. Col. L. 
Lt.Col. Corn Cuyler. 
Major. Gen it Fifher. Atk. 

% 1, Col. l.t, Gen. H. Walfli ($6*) 
Lt. Col. Col. Peter Craig 
Major, Hon. Vere Poulet Johns. 

%%. Col. M. Gen. Geo. Scott (58) 
Lt. Col. William Brereton. 
Major, Wm. M'Myne. C. 

23. Col.L.G. Staates Long Morris 
Lt, Col. Col. Charles Gordon. (6 1 ) 
Maj. Lt. Col. William Owen. Stew. 

24. Col.Lt. G. E iw.Mauhevv.C62,) 
Lt. Col. Charles Horneck. 
Major, William Sotheron. A. 

25. Col. Alex. Earl or'Balcarras'^) 
Lt. Col. Stephens Howe. 

Maj. Lt.Col. CharlesStewart. F. &R . 

%6. Col. M. G. John Leland. (64) 
Lieut. Col.Rd. Hen. Buckeiidge. 
Major, Robert Con . non. O. 

% 7 . C 1 . M . G . R a 1 p h Abe r co mby . ( 69 ) 
Lt. Col. Wm Anne Villettes. 
Major, Lt.Col. Wm.Yorkc. F.&R. 

2.8. Col.M.G.J»EarlofSufFolk(7o) 
Lt. Col. Eyre Cooie 
Major, Boulter Johnftone. C 
(Regiments marked A fer<ue Abroad) 
ORDNANCE. Civil Branch. 

ol Drogheda. 
f Carhampton 
SurvT. Hon. Tho. Pakenham. 
Clerk of the Ord. R. Ma gen is, Efq; 
Princ. Store-Keep. Tho. Loftus, Efq; 
Clerkof theDeliveries,R.Wynne,Efq ; 
Treaiuier, Thomas Burgh, Efq; 
Secretary to the Mailer General, 

John Moore, Jun. E(q 
Sec. to the Board, John Armit, Efq; 
Proof-Mafters W.Stokes & J .Hughes. 
Clerk of the Works, Wm. Stokes. 

Laboratory. 
Comptroller, John Pratt, Efq; 
F ire- M after, David Rob! ion; Efq; 
Fire-Mailer's Mate, C. Moore,Efq; 

Royal Company of Engineers. 
Chief Engineer, Col. Thomas Pigot. 
Lieut. Col. Charles Valiancy. 
Major Lt. Col. C. Tarrant. 
Captain, Lt.Col. James Ferrier, 



M After Gen. CM. 
Lt. Gen. Earl of 



Agents, 

AGENTS with literal References. 
iffy. Step, and Rob. Wybrants, Efqrs; 
Rutland Square. 

, Major EdwardCane, Danofon-ftr. 
0. James Ormfby, Efq; Danvfsn ftr. 
B. H. Burge, Efq; ArrAn-qnay, 
Stew. H, Stewart, Bfq. Chatham- Hr. 
* and R. FraMer and Reed, Do//*/-/?. 
Stan. H. Standi(h,Efq;Z.c«a/. Cajlle-ja. 
Johns B. Johnfon,Efq; Willi a m ftreet. 

4tk. Atkinfon, Efq-.UJber's-I/l. 

Vgt. to Regi. ferving Abroad, — — 
fcgent to the Half-pay Officers, Wm. 

Freemantle & W.Tompkins, Efqrs. 
Deputy. Humphrey Aldrich Wood- 
ward, Efq; Ellis y s-quay. 
Agent to the Widows of Officers, W. 

Colville, Efq; Batchelor y s-<walk. 
Agent to the Half-pay French Offi- 
cers and Penfioners, Jafper Debri- 
fay, Efq-, Daw/on-JIreet. 
Agent to the Penfioners on the Civil 
*nd Military Eitabli(hments,Rt.H. 
Henry T. Clements, his Cleik, 
Auftin Cooper. Efq; Office^ Trea- 
fury Chambers. 
Agent for the TranfraifCon of Defer - 

ters, i 
Pratticque Mailer & Commander of 
the Qutrentine Sloop, Robert 
Browne, and Wm. Walcot, Efqrs; 
Commissioners and Overseer, 
cf the Barracks, Office Me t - 
riin-ftreet. 

Right Hon. Lt.G.Wm.Aug.Pitt, 
Rt. Hon. James Cuff, Hon. 
Ponfcnby Moore, W. Handcock, 
Robert Langrilhe, Efqrs. Col. 
David Dundals, Hon. Geo. Jocelyn 
HonJIPomeroySc Fred/Trench, Llq; 
SuperintendantGeneral of Barracks, 
Robert Langrifhe, Efq; i 
Treafuiers,Tho. Tifdall, and James 

Cutf, jun. Efqrs. 
Secretaiy to the Commiffioners,Rich- 

ard Thwaites, Efq; 
Superv. of Accts, E. Hamilton, Efq; 
Comptrol. of the Works, William 

Watfon, Efq ; 
Architect, William Gibfon, Efq; 
lnfpeclors General, Pete* Maturin, 
['79*3 I 



Battle-axe Barracks. 65 

Graham Myers, David Courtney* 
Arthur Cole, George Collier, 
and R. P. Wolfe, Efqrs. 
Arch<ST..& Infpe&or of Civil Building! 

in Dublin, Thomas Penrofe, E% 
Counfel. Gerald O Farrell, Efq; 
Solicitor. Richard Martin, Efq; 
Clerks, Jn. Stephens, James Collins* 
Henry Phepoe, Tho. Befant and 
Jofeph Rofborough, Gent. 
Company ofB a TTLE-A x E Gu ARD8. 
TTT M.Richardfon,Efq,Col.&Cap 
W Hamilton Stewart, Efq* 
Capt. as Lt. 

Phil. Marjoribanks, Efq; Capt. asLt. 
Barrack Masters. 

FItz-Gerald Alley, Clonakilfy y &cc. 
Hen. Bowles, Efq; Toughal y ficc 
Thomas Browne, Efq; Gal<way y 6Vc« 
Anthony Botet, Efq; Kingfale y &cc. 
Edward Box, Efq; Carloio. 
Arth.Biunin, Efq; BelJ. Carrickferg 
Francis Chambers, Efq; Geneva, &c. 
Nich, Crawford, Philip" s~to<wn y 8cc« 
John Cullen, Efq; Slip, &c, 
John Courtnky, Ballyraggett, 
R. Fenwick, Eiq; Drogheda* Narani 
Thos. Fleming, Efq; Belturbet, Sec. 
John Forde, Charlemont y Sec. 
H. Gudgeon, Efq; Bray y fVick. &c« 
William Hamilton, Ballijbannen, ScQm 
Courtney Kenny, Cafllebar y &c. 
Thomas Lanphier, Efq; Clonmel y t\Qi 
Alexander Lawe, Efq; Corky &cc 
Sam.Lawfon, Efq; Kilkenny, Thurlet 
Thomas Lloyd, Gent. Athlone y &cq 
Fr.Mackfarland, Gt. RoJ 'common , 8c 
John Page, Efq. Ne<wry y &c. 
Charles Sargent, Lin. Clare-Caf. 
John Saunders, Efq; Dingle, &c- 
Geo. Sandford, Eiq; DUBLIN. 

Deputy, Clem. Johnfon, Gent. 
Governors c/Forts, WCah- 
rtsons, &c. 

Londonderry and Culmore Fort, 
Governor, Lt. G. John Hale. 
Cork. Governor, Col. Mountifort 
Longfield, Lt.Gov. J. Leland,Efq; 
Town-Major, Nich. Colthurft, Efq; 
Limerick. Gov. Lt.GSirH. Clinton. 



66 Garrifons. Commiffioners, &c. of the Revenue. 

Tn. Major, Burton Bindtn, Efq; I Council at Law, Marcus Beresford 
^/n^/f.Oov.Lt.O.R.Cimninghame.'and Robert Johnfon, Efqrs. 



I,t. Gov. Major Arthur Browne 
Fort Major, Capt. EfTex Edgeworth 
Duncannon. Gov.L.G. Jas.Johnfton. 
Fort Major, Capt. SirT. Heron, Bt. 
RoJsCafile. Gov. SirFr. Lumm, Bt. 
Dublin. TownMaj.Gu(r.Nirolls,Ei'q; 
Charlemont. Gov. Lord Dorchefter. 
Gal<way. Gov. Col. Robert Sandford. 
Town Maj. Richard Colclough, Efq; 
Carrickfergus.U. Col. F. Dundas. 
Bill/borough Fort, Hereditary Con 

(table, Wills,Ma-q of Downfhire, 
Mary borough. ConftMc of the Caftle 

and Fort, Charles, E. of Drogheda. 
Athlone, & c . Conftable, Charles, Ld. 

Vile. Ranelagh. 
Cafilemain. Conllab. Anth.Botet ,Efq; 
COMMISSIONERS of His Majel- 

ty's Revenues. 

RT. Hon. John Beresford. 
Rt. Hon. John Monck Mafon. 
Sir Hercules Langrifhe, Bart. 
Robert Rofs, Efq; 
Gervais Parker Bufhe, Efq; 
Rt. Hon. Lord Donoughmore. 
Hon. Richard Annefley. 
Ifaac Corry, Efq; 

Rt. Hon. Lor* Charles Fitzgerald. 
For the Inland Department. 
Seer. Vaughan Montgomery, Efq; 

* Firft and Chief Clerk in the Se- 
cretary's Office. Sam.Forfayeth, Efq; 

Cltrks of the Minutes, Geo. Wal- 
ler & J n. Heal y, Efqrs. Clks. Roger 
Taylor, Jas. Stoyte, Jn. Macauley, 
Sackville H. Lovett, Rohert Coote, 
and Tho. Worthington, Gent. 

For the Port Bufir;fr. 
StCRETARY, Tho. Winoer, Efq; 

Firft and Chief Clerk intheSecre- 
tary's Office, Wm. Molefworth, Efq; 

Clerkot the Minutes, W.Morgan, 
Efq; Clks. Jn-Eeles Madden,Eben. 
Goldie,R. Cuthbert, John Cuthbert, 
Lewis Morgan, William Wetherall, 
and Arthur Dawfon, Gent 

Clerk to the firft Commiffioner, 
|ame? Jbhnfon, Efq; 

* Clk of thePoftage,M.Dowdall,F.fq; 
Clerk of the Petitions, James Un| 

derwowd, Gu 



Solicitor for the Inland Depart- 
ment, Richard Cooban Carr, Efq; 

Solicitor for the Port Department, 
Richard Waller, Efq; 

Solicitor in England, J. Jenkinfon 
and Wm.-H Freemantle, Efq; 

Clerk of the Quit-Rents, Richird 
Vernon, Efq; Affift. Clk. Rob.Birch, 
Efq; Clks. Eph. Underwood, Wra. 
Bower and Nich. Pearc©, Gent. 

Regifter of the Fdrfeitures, Hon, 
Abm.Creighton. Clerk in the Forfei* 
ture Office, Hon. Rich. Bourke. 

Solicitor for the King's Rents, Jn. 
BracUhaw, Efq; Tork-fireet y Office^ 
Cufiam-Houfe : Solicitor for the For- 
feited Eftates, Robert Reeves, Efq; 
Merr ion-fir eet. Solicitor for the 
Cafual Revenue, J. Heard, and Rd. 
Martin, Efqrs. Great Ship-fireet. 

Clerk of the Informations in Dub- 
lin Port, Hugh Stafford, Efq. Affif- 
tant Clerk, Thomas Netan, Gt. 

Examiner and Comptroller of the 
Collectors Accounts of Incidents, 
Francis Kiernan, Eiir; Clerk. John 
Cuthbert, Gent. 

Paymalter of Corn Premiums, Jn. 
Tydd, Efq; Dep. Hen. Smyth i Efq* 
Examiner of Corn Premiums, Paul 
Lebas, Efq; 

Examiner and Certifier of Fees, John 
Cuthbert, Gent. 

Reg. of CornReturns,J.Moore,Efq 
Clerk, Ship Entries, Maurice Cop- 
pinger,Efq; Clk.Affift. Ed. Hammer- 
ton, Gent. 

GENERAL OFFICE. 
For Chequing, Vouchers, Duplicates 
and Permits. J. Edwards, Efq; 
Principal. William Jennings, 

Affiftant. 

Permit Offices. Cuftom-houfe-omce, 

Wm. Mathews, principal. 
fVefiern Divifion North. J. Dunlap. 

tirft Clerk, V. Webb, affiftaut. 

Office, No. 9, G reek -fir eet. 
Weflern Di'vi/ionSeuth. W. Edmonds, 

firftClerk,Ed.E. Edmonds affiftant. 

Office^ N© f %iy Stephen* Jir§et. 



Commiflioners, &c* of the Reyenue. 67 



Eaftern Divifion North. Ric.Haflam, 
firft Clerk, John Sale, afliftant.' 
Office, No. 19, Strand-ftreet. 
Eajtern Divifion South. Wm. Webb, 
firft Clerk, Wm. Ewing, afliftant. 
Office^ o. ! ^Engin-alley^Meatk-ft* 
Malt Permit Office. H Ottiwell,Efq; 

Clerk of the Permits. 
John Glew, Gent. Afliftant. 
Strong Wa<er Permit Office. J. Webb, 
Gent Clerk. A.Fecner,Gt. afliftant. 
Clk. Coaft Permits, J. Lefanu, Efq; 
Clkof the Commiflioners Cheque- 
Book, John Scanlan, Gt. Afliftani 
Clerk, William Tracy, Gent. 

Examinator of the Cuftoms, Rt 
Hon. Lord Annaly. 

Afliftant Examinator, Anthon} 
Fergufon, Efq. 

Examinator of the Information 
Books, George Waller, Efq; 

Regijler General of Tobacco. 
J. C. Beresford, Efq; J. Syme. 2nd 
Geo. Hill, Clerks in that Office. 
Equalizer of Duties and Infpe&o 
of the Hereditary Revenue of Ire- 
land, 

Jnfpeft 01 General of Tobacco, Jn. 
Edwards, Efq; 

Regifter General of Shipping, T 
Warren, Efq; Dep. W.Morgan, Efq; 

Examinator of theExcife, J. Swan, 
Elq; Clerks Affiant, Sam. Huod 
|ohn Rounds, T. Burrowes, M 
Moreton and W. Thomas Gent 

Clerk oftheStationary (lores, Phil. 
JJenry, Efq; John Lambert, and 
James Elwood, Clerks in that Office 
. Examiner of the Surveyors & Land 
Waiters Books, Edward Lee, Gt. 

Examinator ot the Hearth-money, 
Edw. Nugent, Efq; Aflift. Examin. 
&Clk.W.Cooke,Gt. Clk. R.Moore. 

Officer for Hating the Hearth-mo- 
ney Accounts, Wm. Jones, Gent. 

Stare-keej>er,S*tfphenWriglu, Efq; 
Dep. Marcus Ant. Blair, Efq; Cheque 
on ditto, James Stables, Gt. Clerk 
Afliftant, William Fortorum, Gt. 
Regifterof Seizures,Cha.Frazer,Gt. 

Dublin Port. Colleaor, Rp. Hon. 
Theophilus Jones. 
Commiffioiicr for taking A^davits 



all Revenue Cafes; and firft 
Clerk to the Collector of Dub. Por^ 
Geo. L'Eftrange, Efq; 

Surveyors on the Cuftomhoufe-qu. 
and to infpe£t the Quay Officers, A lex» 
Worthington, and William Percival 
Gilborne. Efqrs. 

Surveyor&Comptrolr.in the Store, 
Robert Gardiner, Efq; 

Surveyor and Gauger on the Cuf- 
tom-houfe-quay, J. GifFard, Efq; 

Land Waiters, Philip Vigneau, W. 
Walcot, W.Devereux. E. Gleadowe 
W. Fenwick and J Talbot, Gt. 

Land Waiter on Druggs, William 
Walcot Gent. 

Land Waiter for Exports, Henry - 
Mark Mafon, Efq, 

Land Wait, for theCoaft Bufipefs # 
Adam Cuningham, Gt. 

Jerquer, Conolly Norman, Efq; 
Surv. Alton's Qu. Marc .Anthony 
Blair, Gent. 

Land Waiters ditto, John Spring, 
J.White, and R. King, Gt. 

Surveyor and Infpedtor of the Tide 
Duty, John Draper, Gt. 

Surv.Rogerions-qu.B.Connor,Gt. 
Survey, of Land-Carriage Officers, 
Wm. Owen, and Tho. Gafon, Gt, 
Tide Surveyor, Jervis-quay, John 
Halpin, Gt. Surveyor of the North 
Wall, Leflie Montgomery, Gt. 

Surveyors Ringlend, John Reid, 
Fred Gore, Wm. Phipps Charles 
Frazer, jun. and Ed. Jenkins Gent. 

Infpe&or of the Revenue Boats,& 
Examinator of the Tide Surveyor! 
Diaries, Hen. Hewitt, Efq; 

Surveyor of theRevenueBuildings, 
Richard Harman, Gent. 

Clerk of the Wool Accounts, 
Paul Dawfon, Gent. 
Cuftom-houfe Hours of Attendance 
for thedilcharging Officers,from 9 in 
the Morning in Summer, and 10 in 
Winter, till 3 in the Aftemoou. 
Dublin City Exctje. 
Collt&or, Theo. Blakeney, Efq; 
Inlpedtor Gen. of the Excife cV Li- 
cences in Dub. W.Montgomery, Efq; 
and Francis Heny, Efqrs, 
i % 



4 a 



Revenue. Patentee Officers* 



Examiattor of the Surveyors and 
Oaugera books and Paymafter of the 
Charity Eftabli/hmt. G. Gaven, Efq; 
Examr.ofSpirit Books,] n. BalUGt 
Examr. of Surv. Diaries, Weft D. 
Digges, Eiq; 

Surveyors, Henry Harvey, Henry 
Wheeler, Pat* Vance, John Forfter, 
Thomas Taylor, James Perry and 
John B. Fitzfimons, Gent. 

Supervjf. of Hearth-money inDub 
lin, Tho. Nelan, Gt. Mi It (nun- Road. 
Dublin County Excije. 
Collector, Mathia* Scott, Efq; 
Surveyors, Robert Spence, and 
Francis Erly, Gt. 

Ditto Licences, Franc'i6 Onge and 
Bernard Ruflel, Gent. 

Patentee Officers. 
Comptroller and Accompt. Gene 
ral, Thomas Burgh, Efq; Dep, John 
Smart, Efq; Clerks, Wm. Turner, 
Paul Dawfon, Paul Twigg and Edw 
Hearn, Gent. 

Surveyor General of the Cuftoms 
in Ireland, Rt. Hon. Ld. Mountjoy 
Dep. Robert Gardiner, Efq; 

Cuftomer and Collector of thePorl 
of Dublin,R.Ho.EarlClermont. Dep. 
Ifaac Weld, Eiq; 

Comptroller, Rob. Tighe, fen for 
his own life and the lives of the Rt. 
Hon. Ld. Leitrim, andR.Tighe, jun. 
Elq; Deputy, Wm. Large, Gt. 

Cranerand Wharfinger, Ed. Cole- 
man, Efq; Deputy, Bithia Hincks 
and William Hincks. 

Tafter of Wines, Rt. Hon. John 
Beiesford and Marc. Beresrord, Efq; 

Searcher, Packer, and Gaueerol 
Wexford, John Lees, Efq; 

Searcher, Packer, and Gauger, of 
thePortof Dublin, Rt.H.LdLeitrim. 
Stamprnatler, ofCards&Dicein the 
Port of Dub. Sackv. H. Lovett, Efq; 

Aflay Matter, and Collector of the 
Duties on wrought Plate, T. Nuttal) , 
E(q; No. 2, Gordon* s-lane, Deputy 
Ai?ay Mailer, Touch Warden, and 
Repifler of Dealers in Gold, Silver, 
arul jewel?, Nathan Murray, Gent. 
Qffice y GeldjMtk\-HaU>tV4rbur£l-Il. 



Tuefday^ Tburjday^ and Saturday 
Heat th-Money Collectors in Dublin, 
Eaft-Walk, Pierce Hackett.— Mid- 
dle ditto, Abra. Hughes. — North 
Eaft ditto, Tho. Vaughan. — North 
Weft ditto,P.Boyde. — South ditto, 
Rofs Mc.Cann.— Weft ditto, Ed.- 
Nugent. — S. County, J. Coffey. 
Surveyors General. Jame» 
Biaquiere, John Gahan, Edward 
Hunt, and Richard Vowel!, Efqrs. 
COLLECTORS of the Revenue, with 
the principal Surveyors and Land 
Waiters. 

N. B. Colleaors are Efqrs 

ARmagh.Colleftor,Hon.R.Allen. 
Infptctor General of Ex:ife, 
Wm. B. Swan, Efq; Surveyors Ex- 
cife, A. Mathews, T. Brady, J. Hull, 
Claude Montfayon and Guy Gordon. 

Athlone.Collor. W. Pennefather, 
Surveyors Athlone Diftr. J. Honan, 
T.Barber, G.Mansfield&P. Johnlton, 
Bally rain. Collector, Wm. Boyd. 
Surveyor, John Rea. Surveyors of >! 
Excite J. Sproul and C. Dunlevie, 
Land-Waiter, O.M'Caufland, Gent,; 

Baltimore. CoiUtlor, R. Wright i 
Surveyor Port, Jacob Atkins. Surv. 
Excife, J.. Swetnam and A. Phillips^ 
Belfaft. Collector, Hon.C SkeflV. 
ington Pt.Surv.E.Kinimill. Gauging, 
Surveyor, Wm. Roth. Tide dittos 
Jn. Alexander, Gt. Land Wtrs. Jas. 
Montgomery, and Collin Mc.Kay.r 
Carrickfergus Surveyor, Wiiliar»i 
Kirk. Land Waiter, Samuel Black. 

Cavan. Collector, James Stafford,! 
Survs Excife. Rice Harrifon, Wm, 
Knipe, and Irvine Johnfons, Gt. 

Clopmell,Colle£tor,W.PenefatriCK 
Survs. Excife. A.Lee, D. Hewetfon, ( 
T Duckeft.L.Anderlon, andT.Ryan,i 
Coleraine. Collector, R. G. Hilfji 
Sur. Port, R. M'Caafland. Do. Exc.i 
George Wade, J. Nicholls and C.. 
A. Kelly, LandWaiter,JohnTittle, 
Ballycaftle Surveyor, Davys Wilfon, 
Land Waiter, Alex. Mc.NeaJ. 

Cork. Port Cofleclor, Hon. Jofepfi< 
Lyfaght. Surv. Hen. Davis. Or Stoi tty 



Collectors, Survs. & Land Wrs. of the Revenue. 69 



Wm. Purefoy. Surv. and Gauger 
an the Cuftom-Houie Quay, Love 
Hiatt, jun. Efq. Tide Sarv. at Cove, 
John Drury, Wm. Cothurfl and 
Sir Emel. Moore, Bt. Land Waiters, 
Geo. Knapp, S. Man, Stret.Jaekfon, 
and H. Lawton. Out-quay, Frederick 
Clarke. Ck. of LandPermiu,P. Baker. 
Collr. of Excife, Hon. James Lyfaght, 
Infpe&.Gen. C.Williams. Surveyo 
Henry Dorle, Thos. Grant, Henry 
Lewis, Kingfton Roche, M.U.Doyle, 
J.Smith James M'Cullogh, John 
Creech and R. Mc Donnell. 

Donoghadee. Collr. Js. Arbucl e 
Surv. Port, Wm. Hull. Land Waiter, 
js. Dobbyn. Surv. Ex. Tho. Merry. 

Dr ogheda. Co 1 lefto r , W .C hapman , 
Surv. Port, Edwd. Wilmoi. Excife, 
Wm. Atkinfon, and Wiic. Riddock, 
Land Waiter, Spencer Huey. Tide, 
Surveyor, Tho. Moore. . 

Dundalk. Coilea.Ja*. Forde.Surv. 
Port, Hon. J Jocelyn,Surv. Exale, 
P, lvers, Js. Denny Sc Jo, Dawfon. 

Ennis andClarcPort. Colledtor, Jn. 
Harrifcn. Surv. Excife, Charles-Pau- 
let Bolton and John Downes. 

Foxford.& Newport. Collector, D. 
Freemaa. Port Surv. Richd. Bakerj 
Surveyors of Excife,Fred. Alexandei 
and Fred. Dennis. Land Waiter and 
Tide Surv. Sir Neil O'Donnel, Bt. 
V Weftport, Surveyor John Davis, 
Land Waiter George Clandilling. 

Gal way. Collector, Nrchs.-Powe 
Trench. Surv. Pt. Dan. Grifhn. Surv 
Exc. William Roche. Land Waiter, 
Richard Fitzpatrick. Cuttomer and 
Port Collector, John Wetherall. 

K/illybegs. Colle&or, Rob. Gamble 
Surv Port, Jas, Daly. Survrs. Excife, 
Henry Baker, and Geo, Griffith. 

KLilken.Colleft, J. B. O'Flaherty, 
fcfq; L.L.D. Sury. Exc, Ben.Alcock 
and Robt. Johnlton. 

KingCale. Collector, A.Newman 
Port-Surv. J. Carrigue. Surv. Excife, 
T. Hartnett.and Rog.Hendley, Land 
Waiter, J. Scan lan. 
j Lame. Collector, Thomas Lea- 



Port Surv. G. Reade, Land Waiter, 
J.Marchell. Surv. Excife, Rd. Hill 
Limerick. Colle£tor,Geo. Maun fell. 
Surv. Port, Sexton Bailly. Surv. of 
Excife, J. A.Tomkins. W. jeffop & 
A.C.Stretch Land Waiter, A. /idams. 

Lifburn. Collector, John Slade. 
Surveyors Excife, J ohn Sutton and 
i'. K. Magee, Gent. 

Londonderry. Collector, Sir Hugh 
Hill, fit. Surveyor Port, G. Eeles, 
Guaging Surveyor, Stephen BennetU 
Surveyors Exciie, Tho. B. Lewis, and 
James Kirk. Land Waiters, Thos. 
Newbur^h, and William Lenox. 

Lou^hrea.Collector, johuP. French. 
Sury. Excife, Ed. S. Edgar, Mat. 
M'Dono.ugh and Amb. Rulh, Genu 
Maryborough. Collector, Henry 
Moore. Survs. Excife, Fran.. Empey, 
Michael Kearney Wm. TayTor ami 
John 1 ownlend. 

Moyallow. Collector, Rd Uniatke, 
3»rvs. Excife, Rob. Waus, luico 
Wiifon. pa. Hallahan, Wm. Ireton, 
and Paris Ande.lon. 

Naas. Colie&or, P. Walfli. Sur- 
veyor Excife, Js. Scott, Rd. .Day, 
Rd. Conwa}, TUos. Walih, and 
Rbt. Clarke. 

Newry. Collec"tor,FrancisCarIeton. 
Port Surv. John Goddard, Guagiug 
Surv. Wm. Kelly. Surv. Cai lingtord 
Port, Flolb Moore. Surv. Exc. L, 
Dowdall Land Wrs. Chrift. Moure 
And Thomas Waring, 

Rof*. ColiectorJ.Ward.Surv.Port, 
George Cunningham Exciie, Rop. 
Carpenter. LaiuiWaiter, Jol. Rogers. 
Siigo. Collector, Owen Wynne, jun. 
Suiv. Port, P.Bloomrield.infpedtor,, 
of Exc. And. Graham, Efcgg Survs. 
Exc. Henry Smith and A. Graves.. 
Land-Waiter, William Phillips, 

Strabane. Collector, E.StannuK<Juo. 
Suiv>. Excife, John Spillei, Geo. 
Mc.Ghee and Wm. White. 

Strangford. Collector, Geo. Hamil- 
ton. Sur. of Exc. Edw. Savage, and 
W. Steele, Land- Wait Vere Ward, 
iVH. Stafford and Wen. Hamilton, 



jo Account, Impreft, and Stamp Offices. 

Tralee.Colle&or, W.Blennerhartet t . 
Surv. R. Hickion, Surv. Exc. Robt 
Crawford, and Mt Ed. Elfeme.r 

Land- Waiter, Maurice 

O'Comtbr. 



Bank of Ireland. 



Trim. Collector, John Swift. 
Stirvs. Kxcife, Rob. Hamilton, Bryan 
Reily, A Creigfn on,&M. Cuffe,Gt 
Waterford. Collr. Humphry May 
Port-Surv. John Ward. Of Parage 
Rodolphus Green. Surveyor and Gua 
ger on the Quay, J.Croker. Of Ex 
cife,Rich. Alien. LandWaiters,Edw 
Irwiri^* G.Boat, andDan. Manfe- gh 
Wexford. Collector, Francis 
Leigh Port Surveyor, John Coac 
Of Excife, W. Danid, J. Taylor, 
R. Pi^ott and P. Labertouehe. 
Land Waiter, G. Reade. 
Wicklow. Col !r. C hai lea Tottenham 
Port Surv. and Land Waiter, Abraham 
Coatef. Of Excife, Jas. Peppard 
and Pi?ot Agnew. 

Yougha 11. Collect. P. Hennis.Port 
Surv. Ed. Smith. Of Excife, Hen 
Downcs and William Anoerfon, 
Land Waiter, John Swayne. 

Surv and [.and Waiter at Dungar- 
fan, John Green. 

Account Of ficf, Fofler Place. 

Com M I SSIONERS. 

EDwatd Tighe, Efq; 
Charles- Henry Coote, Efq; 
John Reilly, Efq 
Richard NcviU, Efq; 
The Audit, of [mp for the time bring, 
Sectetaiy, Allan Mac Lean, E% 
Solicitor, John Heard and J. Dunn 
Efqrs 

Clerks in the Secret a ry 's Office, 
Mr. George Carr & Mi. P. Kehjc. 
IMPREST OFFICE. 

A U D f T O K. 

Lord Vifcount Dei /in. 
iftputj Auditor y W.L.Badfcam, Ef tJ . 
Stamp Off i ce. 

COMMI 6«1 ON k RS. (5) 

PEter Holmes, Eiq; 
Ric. Townfend Herbert, Efq; 
Jfawtid Fitzgerald^ Jfcfcj* 



Samuel Hayef, Efq; 
George Rawfon, Efq; 
Secretary, Mr. Elfe. 
HeceiverGeneral, G. Greene,Efq; 
ComptroIler,G.W.Molyneux,£fq; 
•Solicitor, John Hartley, Efq; 
Clerks in the Secretary's Office. 
Robert Smith, Peter Montfort, and 
Richard Malins. 

Clerks, in the Receiver GeneraPg 
Office, W. Daniel, &MiddIetonRofe. 

Clerks in the Comptroller's Office, 
Henry Bowen, Wm. Kelly, and 
George Hamilton. 

Houfekeeper, Mrs. Nugent. 

BANK of IRELAND, 

Established in 1783. 

Kept in Mary^s- Abbey. —-The Di- 
rectors are Annually chojen the fir fi 
Week in April, under this Refit U m 
tion, that five new Diredors at 
leafi, are to be chojen every Tear, 

Governor. 
Alexander Jaffray, Efq. 
Devuty Governor, 
Abraham Wilkinfon, Efq. 

Directors. 
John Allen, Efq; 
Patrick Bride, Efq; 
William CoiviJle, Efq; 
Leland Croflhwaite, Efq* 
Samuel Dick, Efq; ' 
Jeremiah D'Olier, Efq; 
|ofeph Goff; Efq; 
Ti avers Hartley, Efq; 
O. G. Hoffman, Efq; 
Right Hou. David Latouche. 
George Maquay, Efq. 
George Palmer, 
Amos Strettel,Eiq; 
Charles Ward, Efq. 

[One vacant. ] 
Secretary, Thomas WifJi arn » 
Acct. Gen. William Dunlevy. 
Cajhisr, TownJey Lawder. 
Bosk- keeper, Edward Medlicott. 
CVi, of tbe PiJcCunu George Draper, 



.d.Mayor. Aid. Sheriffs. ShrfF. Peers. Police EftaWUhment. 71 



be Lord Ma yor, Recorder, A I 
dermen, @V. 9 f the Hon. City of 
Dublin. ' 7 

fcoRD Mayor, 

2 Ight Hon. Henry-Gore Sankey 

.V Manficn-Houfe, Daivjon-ftreet 
Recorder. 

>enis George, Efq ; T'ork-ftreet. 
Aldermen. 
fHenry Howilon, Jervis-ftreet. 

Philip Crampton, Grafton-ftreet. 

SirTho.Blaekai!, Kt. Dorfet-fireet 

Willough. Lightburne, ZW/™-/? r 

Hen i;- Hart, Blackall-fireet. 

Thomas Emerion, UJbeSs IJland. 

Henry Bevan, Linen hall-jlreet, 

Jofeph Lynam, Batcbelor" 's-quay. 

James Hamilton, Dominick- ftreet 

•Nathaniel Warren, Wtlham-fireet. 

Thomas Greene, James' s-ftreet. 

James Shiel, Bride-fireet 

Wm. Alexander, Sackvi lie- fireet. 

John Role, fVilliam-ftyeet. 

John Exfhaw, Grafton fireet. 
William James, Bride-fireet. 

ichard Moncriefte, Cape/ fireet. 

t.Smith, North Gt Geo -fireet 
ohn Carleton, Eufiace-fir 
V. Worthin^ton, IJland- Bridge. 
(amuel Reed, Cook-fir eet. 
taleb Jenkin, Dame-fir eet. 
[ho. Fleming, Smock Alley 
[nomas Andrews, Coombe, 

Sheriffs. 

benjamin Gault, Efq; Mary* s- abbey , 
fohn Norton, Efq; High- ftreet. 

Shbriffs Peers. 
Villiam Bryan, Efq; Stafford-fir eet 
John Hunt, Efq; Stephen" s-fireet. 
VilliamRutledge,EK]; Dominick-fir- 
Harc.Lightburne,Efq; Bluecoat-HoJ. 
Benjamin Ball, Efq; French '-fire it. 
Robert Rickey, Efq; Brouan-ftreet. 
Richard Bolton, Efq; UJber's Ifiand. 
Rt.Hon.Dav.Latoucne^/f^fn'j-^r. 
obn Wilfon, Efq; Blue-coat Hofptt. 
rhomas Trulock,Efq; Suffolk- ftreet. 
^dmond3eafley,Efq;£. Or mend -quay. 
James Lane, Efq; Anglejea-fircet. 
Jutm PeatJind Elq; EtUsn Strut. 



|John Jones, Efy; Tork-fireet. 
jjHugh Crothers, Efq; Lur«an-fireet 
j| James Dirquier, Efq; Eft ex-quay. 
II Patrick M'Loughlin, E\q ; Fr and sfi. 
'| Daniel Marfton, Efq; Abbey-fir eet. 
||John Sutton, Eiq; Stafford-'ftreet. 
Patrick Bride, Efq; Gt. Sbip-fireet. 
James Campbell, Efq; Rane'agh. 
Al.Kirkpatrickijun.Ef.Mfro^jv/Vf • 
Ambrofe Leet, Efq; Stephens-Gr. 
John Sankey, Efq; Graf ton fir set. 
Hueh Trevor, Eiq.Crooked-fiaft. 
William Tborrpfoii, Efq; Dame-fl. 
Wm. Humfrcy, Rfq; N. King- ft . 
Brent Nevill, Efq; Abbey-firett . 
Tho. Tweedy, Efq; Parliament-fir. 
Jerem D'Olier, Efq: Dame- fireet m 
Chas Thorp,Efq; N Gt George"*- ft. 
fames Vance, E q; Caple-flreet . 
§ Jofeph Dickinfon.Efq; Ujber 's-quay. 
§James Williams, Efq; Mary-fireet. 

44 Mayor, <j>- / § Confiables of tht 
Staple, -f* Served Lord Mayor. \\Fined. 
\\\ theAldermen are juftLes of Peace 
POLICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

COMM I SSI ONERS. 

ALderman N. Warren, Police- 
Houfe, JViUiam-fireet. 
Aid. J. Role, VVilliam-fir'et. 
Aid- Wm. James, Bride fireet. 
Sec John Sankey, Efq; Graftcn-ft. 

Divisional Justices. 
Barrack Diiifton Aldtrman Henry 
Hart, Blackall fireet. 

rVorkhtu/e Divifton. Alder. Tho. 
EmerJon, Ujhtr^s Ijland. 

Stephen s Green Dtiificn. Alderra. 
Thomas Fleming, Smock-alley. 

Rotunda Divifion. Aid. Richard 
Moncrieffe, Capel-fireet. 

High ConftabLe, O. Carleton, Efq; 
Surgeon, James Hentho:n, Eiq; 

Ch 1 e r Const a b les. 
Barrack Div. Phil. H. Godfrey* 
Rotunda Div, James Wilfoh 
Srefb. Gr. Dtv. J. D. Lo^an. 
Wcrk-houfeD v. John Atkinfon* 
City Officers. 

City Tream e.,Ald. J. Hamilton, 
Town Clerk, John Allen, and 
Molefworth Gretue, Efqrs. Office 9 
Tboljel. 



yt City Officers. Commiflioners for Paving, Cleanfmg &cu 

Treafurer of. the Public Money, 



E«kv. Scriven, Gt. Datvfon-flrcet 

Secretary to the Lo d Mayor, 
Molfe worth Greene,Efii;r trk-ftriit. 

Sub-Sheriff, John Magee, Efq; 
Office, Kennedy's- lane. 

City Chaplain, Rev.DeanBlundel, 
D. D. Granby-Rcw- 

City Surg. Mr, Wm Leake,P/V/-7? 

Keeper of the Publick Library of 
Dublin, Rev .Thomas Cradock, A.M 

Affiftant Librarian, Rev. John 
Conolly, A. M. Attends fromi to 3, 
Holydays excepted. 

City Marfhal, Mr. Wm. Otorey, 
Copinger's Ro<w. 

Marihalfea-keeper, James Palmer. 
Merchant's Quay, 
Water Bailiffs, lohn Seaton, and 
Wm. Walker, "Office, No. 44, 
Staffer d-ftrcet. 

City Plumber, S. Reed. Cook-ftr. 

City Printer, Thomas Todd Falk- 
ner, Far liawent-ftr eels. 

City Land-Sut veyor, Sam. Byron, 
Stephen s Green. 

Sword Beare-, Nath. Trumbul, 
L$<wer Ormond Quay. 

Mace Bearer, and Omcer of Com- 
mons, Henry Strong, Stafford-Jireet 

In pector of Priibns, Sir Jerome 
Frtzpatrifrk, Kt. 

Apothecary to the Prifons, Mr. 
Robt. Pov./l. 

Infpe&or of Coals in Dublin, 
Robert Whiteway, Efq; 



Clerks of the Market, Richard* 
Supple and Hendeifon Owen, Office, 
No 58, Butter-Market, 

Clerk of the Pipe-water Works, 
H. Crofton, Office, Barrack-ftreet. 
High Conftable, Wm. Hamilton. 
The City Beams and Scales to weigh I 
Grain, Meal, and Potatoes. At thi • 
Market-Hsuje, Tkomas-ftreet. 
The City Cranes purfuant te Ac>, 
of Parliament, Frances Jones, Old 
Crane, Ufoer' s-quay. John Hart, 
M<\ffbomas-ft. J.Sinclair, Prancir-Ji. 

The City Crane for G:een Hides, 
Jof. Andrews, Dirty-lane ,Thomas~jlr - % 
Collectors of thePipewaterRevenue, 
Fiift, Second and Third Divifion, 
S. Hutchinfon and W. Gregg. 

Fo u r t hDi v . R . G 1 ad wel 1 , Da<wJon-ft. 
Infpectors of the Pipr-water Works, 
North-fide, James McDaniel, Ma* 
rys-lane. South-fide, N. Waiksr. 

Turn Cocks, North-fide, Daniel i 
Hautenville,^^ flreet. South-fide, 
Peter Seguin, Feter-ftreU. 

The feveral Parifh Engines may be 1 
heard of at the Churches in the Day, , 
and Guard-houles in the Night. 

ThePublick Coal-Yards, George"r 9 , 
ouay, and Marjbal-alley, Fifbamble*- 
ftreet, Director, Alderman Hen. Gore < 
Sankey. Comptroller. Wm.Beckford, , 
Efq; "Clerks, Meflers. R. and G. 
Dan's. 

Coroners. Aid. R. Moncriffe,A!d„ , 
S. Reed. 



DIRECTORS and COMMISSIONERS for Paving, Clkansikg and 
Lighting the Struts of Dublin; Incorporated by Act of Parlia-* 
ment, a6th year of bis prefent Majeily. The Board meets at the Cor-' 
poration-houfe, in Da<ivJon Street, every Day. 

Commissioners. 
James Ormfby, Efq; 



Directors. 
Rt. Han. Sir John Blaqurere,Bt,K.B. 
John Leigfh, Efq; 
Charles Vifcount Ranelagh. 
Henry, Earl of Carharrpton'. 
Thomas Kirigfbury, Efq. 
Rt. Hon. John Beresford. 



Alderman Willoughby Lightburne. 
Alderman William Alexander. 
Hugh-Henry Mitchell, Efq; 
Jafper Debrifay, Efq; 
Edw. Leaky, Efq- 



Secretary Richard Gladwell, Cotporation-houfe, Dczufon-Jl. Treafure 
Aid. H. Coit Sankey, No. 9, Clare-ftreet, Jn/pector or Aecowus, JoM 



'Corporation for improving the Port. Dublin Society. 73 
vobbins. Clerks in the Secretary's Office, Arundal Midden John D, 
sluiidell. and Samuel 3ieene. Law Agents, William Glaicock for Paving, 
nd Biien'Stap-leton for the other Department. 

Infpe&ors of Nuifances, and Snpervifors to whom Complaints of Nui- 
nets may be made. lnfpec"tors, James Gamble, No. Walker's -alley , 
)rm&nd Market, and John Walfh, NV 5, Mabbot-jlreett. Supervifors, 
ohn McDonnell, St.mhope-ftreet ; Sam. Hill, No. 1, Stanbolp- (I 
Kennedy, 'No. 5, Mabbot-Jheet ; Peer Forreftal, No. 43, Summer-hill ; 
ames Kee^an, No. 1, Chapel-yard, Stephen-fireet ; VV illiarn Maxwell, 
P(i\ 18, Naffan flreet : Richard Kinin, No. a, Malpas-ftreet ; Richard 
.'lifford, No. 36", Golden-lane ; John Weft, No. 18, UJber's-quay ; The*. 
)uigln. No, 134, ThomaS'flreet ; John Ingham, No. 18, Great Britain- 
V<?<?/ and Thomas Dtigan, 'No. 4$, Ma >y -Jireet % Supervifor or Scaveng- 
lg, Wm Bourke, No. 1, Sackvil'.e-flrjeet. 

Receivers nf the Paving and Lighting Tax, Daniel Parker, No. it, 
h'unjkuict-jlrttt; William Mears, No, 1 o, Perto-Bcllc ; George Creighton, 
Vr* Be/lo ; Robert Blackall, No. 3, Dorfet-Jlrtet , and Daniel Shanley\ 
Jo. 56, Fleet Jireet. 

Storekeeper and tnfp^flor of StaWes. L. Cornwall, No. i8 4 Naffau-flrtei . 

Infpettors of Globes, Robt. Hall, No. j^Harry-ltreet ; John Gormly, 
Jo. 44, Cuffe-Jl' eet ; D miel FarrelK No. i i y Paradife-Ro<w y Rich. Lo2;an, 
Tuard-hnufe, Rutland-Square \ Thomas Lynefs, No. 13, Mecklenbu* £ 
beet and Peter Tone, No. 27 ,-Briih-Jlreet. 



The Corporation for Prtferving and Improving the Port oiDubUn. 



f OrdMayor& Sheriffs , Jof Sandwith, : Efq; 

lor the time beine. j John H^ndrrck, Efq; 
U Hn.Ld.Vii.Raneiagh I Joieph Wilion, Eiq; 
U Hon. John Fetter, j Aid. John Caileton, 
U.Hon, j. Bercsford. JRobe't Lloyd, Efq», 
tt.Hn, SirJ.Parnell,Bt. \ Aid. J. Hamilton, 
U. Hn. j. Monk Mxion ? Aid. Wm. Alexander, 
ohn Patrick, Eiq* | Aid. H. Howifon. 

Arthur Bryan. £|q ; [ James Hartley, E:q; 
^eland Croftnwait, Efq; \Ak\. Hen. Gore Sankcy 
5eo. Maquay, Efq; | BtUhft JftajUr t John 
faac Weld, Efq; I Hart, Efq-, 



Secretar. R. Broughton, 
& Sam.Laban, Ri'qjra. 

■Supervifcrs. R. M'Gre- 
gor, & J. Mullarkey, 

Office. Ballaft Office* 
Effex -ftreet. 

Harbour Majlers of the 
Port of Dublin. Joha 
Ewing, Cobbe Cham- 
beflaine, and Richard 
Mountain. Office^ 
N o . -4 5 , Aftcn 's-quay . 



he DUBLIN SOCIETY for improving Hufbandry, and other ufeful Artt 

Incorporated by Charter, dated z April, 1749. 
?he Prefident, Vice Prefidents, V. P. and other Officers chofen in Nov. 1791 . 
His Excellency the Lord Li e u ten ant, Prefident. 



Mich. Aigoin,Elq; 
Ed.EarlofAldbo- 
rou^h. FRS&L.L.D. 
rancis, Earl Anncfley. 
• Hon. E.o»Arran,K.P, 
ev. Gilbert Aullin, 
Fitz-GeraldAy liner, Bt 
lichael Aylmer, Efq; 



BeauchampBagenal,Efq- 
I ohn Bagwell, Efq; 
Richd. Baldwin, Efq; 
Richard Ball, Efq; 
Sir Willi am Barker, Bart 
John Bar ion, Efq; 
Rowland Bateman, Efq; 
Fran. Lord V.Beauchamp 



Tho. Earl Bcftive, K.P. 
Ch.E.ofBellamont,K.B. 
Lord VifcountBelmore. 
Thomas Bennet, Efq: 
Rt. Hon. John Beresford. 
Sir John Blackwood,Bt. 
Rt. Hon. Sir Jn.Blaquire. 
Col. Jas. Blaor.i;e. 



V79*) 



74 Dublin Society. 

•TownleyBUckwood^Efrj 'AV.HenryE.of Clermont,! Wm.-tV7l1ou*rthy, Ear; 



Val. Blake, Efq; 
Charles Blake, E q; 
Thomas' Bligh, £ 
Robert Bolton, Efq; 
Edward Bolton, Elq; 
Cornelius Bolton, Efq; 
James Bond, Efq. 
Fra.W arrenBonham,Efq 
Hugh Bo wen, Efq; 
Lord Vif. Boyne. 
Hon. Wm. Brabizon 
Mr. Thomas Braughal 
Patrick Bride, Elq; 
Hon. and Revd. Charles 

Brodemk. 
H.-Vaughan Brooke, Ef 
Thomas Browne, Efq; 

Mark Browne, Efq; 

Rt.Hon.Wm. Brownlow. 

Col. Henry Bi.nen. 

Edward Bulkeiy, Efq; 

Tho. Burgh, Efq; Sec 

William Burgh, Efq; 

Wm. Burton, Efq; 

Wm. Bury, Efq; 

Gervais ParkerBufh,Efq; 

Wm. Ca.ldbeck, Efq. 

Andrew Caldwell, Efq; 

James, Baron Caledon. 

George, Baron Callen. 

Henry Lawes, Earl of 
Carhampton. 

Georoe Carroll, Efq; 

Rt. Hon. Edw. Cary. 

Charles, Lord Arch- 
bifhop of Cafhel 

Walter Cavenagh, Efq; 

Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Ca- 
vendifh, Bart. 

Graves Chamney, Efq; 

SirBeni. Chapman, Bt 

J imes, E.of Charlemont 

JamesjEarlofClanbraflil) 
j->hn,EarI CUnwilliam 

Francis Cm f&; Efq; 

P.. H. Ld. D'vnoughmore 

lit. Hon. Hen.-Theoph 
Clements. 



N r ich Ld. doncurry. I 
J n. Dawfon Coates, Efq; 
Tho. Cobbe, Efq; 
Vefey Colcloiigh, Efq; 
Rt. Hon.Tho.'CoaolIy. 
John Cooke, Efq; 
Edwird Cooke, Efq; 
Arthur Cooper, Efq; 
Richard Cooper, Efq; 
Rt. Hon.Jofhua Cooper. 
Jofh.ua Cooper, Efq; 
Rev. Dean Coote. 
Henry Cope, Efq; 
Mr. Wm. Cope. 
Robert Corbet, Efq; 
Ifaac Corry, jun. Elq; 
Sir James Cotter, Bt. 
\rthur Craven, Efq; 
ThomasyVifc. Cremornt 
Sir Edward Crofton, Bt 
Vlorg.Crofton. Efq;V.P 
John Cromle, Efq; 
4on.&Rev.DeanCro£bie 
Edw. Croftie, Eiq; 
R. H.Wm. Conyngharr 
Robert Day, Efq; 
Jofeph Deane, Efq; 
Wm. Deane, Efq; 
R.Hon. Frederick Bifhoj 

of Deny. 
Samuel Dick, Efq; 
John Dillon, Efq; 
Theobald Dillon, Efq; 
Moore Difney, Efq; 
Conway Rd. Dobl)i,Efq. 
Charles Domvile, Efq; 
Rev. Dr. Dive Downts 
Marquis of Downfhire. 
Wm. Doyle, Efq; 
Cha. Marq.of Drogheda, 
Tho Ld Bo. of Dromorc. 
Rbt. Ld. Abp. of Dublin. 
Sir Wm. Dunkin, Kt. 
Daniel Eccles, Efq; 
Charles Lord Bifhop o 

Elphin, F. R. S. 
Aid. Tho. Emmei fon. 



of Ennifkiifen. 
John Everard, Efq; 
Lt. Gol. Charl.Eaftace. 
Dan. Falkiner, Elq, 
Sir Riggs Falkiner, Bt. 
Barry, Earl or Farrtharc 
James Farrell, Elq; 
Earl of Fingal. 
Mr. Th. Todd Faulkner. 
Edward Fitzgerald, Kfq; 
Thomas Fitzgerald, Efq; 
Henry Flood Efq; 
Rev. John Flood. 
Fr. Porfter, Efq; 
Wm. Fortefcue^ Efq; 
Tho.-Js. Fortefcue,Efq^ 
Rt. Hon. J.Fofter.V.P. 
Samuel Foiter, Efq; 
(ohn-Will Fofter, Efq; 
John-Tho.Folier, Efq; 
Edwaid Gal way, Efq; 
Benjamin Gauit, Efq; 
Ebenezer Geale, Efq; 
Frederick Geale, E'q; 
John Earl of Glandore, 
John Godley, Efq; 
Charles Gordon, Efq; 
Wm. Gore; Efq; 
Anthony Gravfon, Efq; 
John Greene, Efq; 
Richard Griffith* Efq; 
Corn. Grogan, Efq; 
Roger Hall, Efq; 
Cha. Hamilton, Efq; 
Rev. Dean Hamilton. 
Geo. Hamilton, Efq; 
james Hamilton, Eiq; 
jan es Hamilton, Efq; 
john Hamilton, Efq; 
Wm. Handcock, Efq; 
Arthur, Lord Harberton. 
,au-H. Harman, Efq; 
iir Henry Hartftonge,Bt. 
}eo. H3rt, Efq; 
Seauchamp Bagnel! Har- 
vey, Efq; 
^ir John Hafler, Kt. 



John Hatch, Efq; 

Henry Hatton, Efq; 

Samuel Hayes, Ef(j; 

Hugh Henry, Efq; 

Jof. Henry, Kiq; 

R.TownfendHerbertETq 

Hen.ArthurHerbei tEfq. 

Kacj of Hi 1 1 (borough. 

John Hobion, Efq; 

Leonard Ho 'ion, Efq; 

Peter Holmes Efq; 

Rev. Philip Homan. 

Francis Hopkins, Efq; 

Sir Vere Hunt, Bart- 
Right Hon. John-Hel) 
Hutchinfon 

R-ev.Archd. Hutchinfon 
Ephm, Hutchinfon, Efi 
Johtl Hyde, E% 
Alex. JalTVay. !'.fq-, 
Denham Jcphfon, El's 
Charles Innes, Efq; 
SirJ. -Allen Johnfon, Bt. 
Sir Rd. Johnlton, Hart, 
Rt. Hon. Tlieo. Jones. 
John Pirn Jofliua, Efq; 
William Irvine, Efq; 
James Kearney, Efq; 
Tho.Ld. Bp.ot K.ihlor 

F. R. S. 
George Lewi?, .Ld. Bp. ' 

of Kildare. 
William, Lord BifllQp of 

Kilmore. 
Anthony King, Efq; 
Gilbert King, Efq; 
Tho. Kingfbury, Efq; 
Edw.Earlof Kingftwn. 
Edw. Kirwan, Efq; 
Richard Kir wan, Efq; 
Arthur Knox, Efo; 
Hon. T» omas Knox. 
John Ladaveze, Efq; 
"Hill Lamb, Efq; 
Marquifs of l.anfdown. 
Francis, Lord LandarV. 
Henrv Larive, Efq; 
Rt.Hon D. La Touche. 
Jokn La Touche, Efq; 



i^uoiin- society. 

]ohn Lees, Efq ; 
John Leigh, Efq; V. P. 
Robert Leigh, Efq; 
William-Robert, Duke 

of Leinfter. V. P. 
Charles Lellie, Efq; 
H.Paifley L'Efti angeEfq; 
Aid. Willo. Lightb*me. 
Wm.Ld.Bp.of Limeiick 
Cornelius, Ld Li iroie. 
Col. Nicho|a« Loft us. 
Sir Edward Loruts, Bt. 
Robert, Ld Londonderry 
Rt.Hon Rich.Longfield. 
Kdw.-ul -Michael, Loi\. 

I .ongrord. 
rorgea Lowther, Elq; 

' i les, Lord Lui.an 
Vilham Lyndon, E'.o- 
John Lyllei, Efq; 
John Macanne), V q; 
Arthur Maguire, Elq; 
George Maquay, Ef ; 
John - Leland M-aquay, 
, &% 

Lieu i. Cen. MaiTey 
Hon. John Maftey. 
Ej. i of Mayy. 
John Montgomery, Elq; 
I rwineMc. Mullen, Elq: 
Mi Robert Magee. 
John. Ma!pas, Efq; 
Francis Marfh, Efq; 
John Meares, Efq; 
Hon. Henry, Lord Bp 

of Meath. 
Sv. Rich. Gorges Meie- 

dyth, Bt. 
Ralph Meredyth, Efq; 
Peter Metge,. Efq; 
John Miithtii, Efq; 
Tho. Mitchell, Efq; 
Jn. Ear J of Moira, FRS 
Rt .Hon. Sir Cape] Mo- 

Iyiieux, F»t. 
C harle* St.nley Monck, 

Efq; 

Cornwall!*, Lord Dc 
Moniah* 



'5 

Alex. Mt.G ornery, E$| r * 
Geo. Mt.Gomery, Efq 
Lodge Mori es, Efq; V.P* 
Hervey, Lord Vifc. Mf 

Morres. 
Luke, Lord Mountjoy. 
Kobei t, Lord Mulkeiry 
John Nairac, Efq; 
Sir William - Glean'owe 

Newcomcn, Bt.Tiea- 

lurer. 
Wm Lord Newhaven 
Sir John Newport, 
John Nixon, Efq; 
Lorenzo Nixon, Efq; 
Conolly Norman, Elq; 
Right Hon. Sir Lucius 

O'B.ien, Bart. 
Rt Hun George Ogle 
WiU^m Ogle, Elq. 
Charles OHara, Efq; 
Rt. Hen. S;lver Oliv-r. 
Dowel O'Rielly, Efiu 
Tho. O Reilly, Eli 
)oiB; VVm. O'Reilly, . 

Eiq; 

Rev. Dr. John Pallifer._ 
John Patrick, Elq; 
Matthew Pearfon, Efq;. 
Thomas Pepper, Elq; 
VVm. iVrlft, Efq; 
Edm. Sexten VilVount 

Peiy, V. P. 
Mr. John Phelps, 
Rtv.Rich.Piggot;, D.D. 
Mr. Joleph Pike. 
Joftiua i'im, Efq; 
James Ponfonby, Efq; 
Richard Ponfonby, El\.;. 
Lord Vifcount PowerU 

court. 
John Prefton, Efq ; 
Richd. Ld. Primate. 
George Putland, £fq ; 
|ohn Rich aid ion, Efq- 
Col. Wm. Richardfon. . 
Henry-Stephens Reilly, 

Elq; 

Richard Reynali; Ef^ . 



7 6 

John Roberts, E%, 

Sir Boyle Roche. Bait. 

{chn Rochfort, Efq; 

Ralph, Earl of Rofs 

Rob. Rofs, E% 

Rt H. Hercules Langford 
Rowley. 

Thomas Rutledge, Kfq; 

Jofeph Sabine, Efq; 

Edw. Scriven, Eft}; 

Rd. Ear! of Shannon 

Robert Shaw, F.iq; 

Richard Sheridan, Efq; 

Charles - Francis Sheri- 
dan, Efq; 

Sydenham Singleton, 
' Efq: 

Ralph Smith, Efq; 

Edward Smyth, Efq; 

Wm. Smyth, Efq; 

J. Piendergaitc Smyth* 
Efq; , 

R^v Dr. Tho. Smyth. 
Boweri Southwell, Efc; 
Arthur Stanley, Efq; 
Sir RoL. Staples, Bfc. ; 
Some-viUe-Pope Stee- 

vens, Efq; 
Sir Annefley St e wart, Rt. 
Rev, Hugh Stewart. 
Henry Stewart, Efq; 
Mark Synnott, Efq; 
Sir Walter Synnott, Bt 
l>. Col. Charles Tarrant 
Richard Thwatfes, Efq; 



Dublin Society. 

William Tighe, Elq; 
Rev. fk'ary Tilfoo, 
Thomas TitHal!, Efq; 
Sk» John Traile, Krt. 
Fsedcick Trench, Efq; 
Rev. Holt Ti will. 
George. Tyrrell, Efq; 
Arthur Vifc. Valentia. 
Col. Cha. Valiancy. 
Crofton Vande4eur, Efq; 
Tho. Vifc. De Wfci. 
John Vernon, 1 fj; 
Edw Villiers, Eiq; 
John Ufhcr, E% 
Robert W ade, Efq; 
John Wallis, Efq; V.P 
John Wa^bnrton, Efq; 
Edward Ward, Efq; 
Hon. Robert W-ard 
Holt Waring,. Efq; 
Foil iot Warren, Efq; 
Chriftmas Weeks, E q, 
Nichola* Wejtby, Elq: 
Thomas Earl or Welt- 
meat h, 
Ahr,Wilkiaifon,Ef';;Sec. 
Thomas Winder, Elq-. 
Mered. Workman, Elq; 

Honorary Members. 

The Prefide.nt and Vict 
Prefjoent of the Lon- 
don Society, for En- 
couragement of Arts. 



The Pre f. dent of the. 

Society in Barbadoes 

for promoting uleful 

Knowledge. 
Rev. Mr. P.ertrand, of 

Bern, in Switzerland. 
Rev. Mr. Chaile, French 
Minifler at the Hague. 
Sir James Jay, M. D. 
Jofhua Steele^ Efq;. 
Rev. Dr. Tucker, Dean 

oi Gloucelter. 
Mr. VavafTeur, Secretary 

to the Agricultute So- I 

ciety at Rouen. 
Mr. Adam Walker. 
Rt. Hon. Lady Arbei!* 

Denny. 
Rt. Hon. Lady Luc an. 
Rev. Thomas Campbell. 
Arthur Young, Efq; 
john Mills, Elq; 
Rich, Geoghegan, Efq;/ 
Chritt. Ruett. , Elq; 
.' Bp'judeaux. 
Rev. Dr. Blacker. 
Mr. ja.Waire, or Q.porn. 
Sir John Hort, Bart. 
LVAbbe Raynal. 
John Acbuthnot, Efq; 
Mr. S. More, London. 
D r . R t . Pe r c e \ a 1 , / ) ub a ttA 
Mj. Henry Pelham 
Rev. Dr. Beaurort. 
Mon.'. L'Abbc Com-. 

merell. 



Affiant Secretary, Rev. Do-Clor Tlftpi* L'yfler and Mr. F. Lyfter, No.ic6,. 
Grajton-flrcet^ Re^tlVer, and Collector, Mr. John Brien, Voilbtg-ilrut* 

Three Stated general Meet'.ngs (to wit) on the fecond Thurfday in Novem- 
ber, the .Aril. Thurjitey in March, and the fuft Thurfday in June, .every Year> 



Chants :■■ 



Trinity CoUege. . College of Pfcjrfidrafcft 
TRINITY COLLEGE near Dublin. 
Chancellor. Greek. George Hal!, B. D. AflUl- 

|T I S Royal H.ghnefs, William- 1 Fr.n. Hodg£i*ibn, L.L.D, 

1 Henry Duke of Gloucefter. [ ™* **% Burrows, S. D. 

#"* , 7 ' > Lecturers. 

V i ge Chancellor. » r- u u r>n * on 

Grace, the Lord Primate. i^T" ^'"n ° '.Pn 
' ! Rev Robr. Burro we*, 15 D 

Visitors. Ki ng's -Prof essors, .ar Teacher* 

ie Chancellor, (ifabfent, the Vice y Modern Language*. 

) and -A-bp. , of Dublin. French. F. Amy t, JM , )) . 

Provost. German. Mr f/D. M*itini. 

t Hn.Joi.i HdyHutchinfon,L.L.D. Sframjb and Italian, A .Vieyra, L.L.& 

****** Bellows. ERASMUS SMITH'S Profejors. 

ev. Rd.Munay, D.D.Vice Provoft, 'Matkmatick*. £*. Murray. AiniUnis, 

and Auditor. Mr. Kl rmgton> and Mr. Stokes, 

Rev. John Kearney, D. D. Senior Oriental Tongues. Dr. Fuz^ei aid. : . 

Pro&or andCatechiH. ; ArliHants, Mr, Magee and Mr* 

Rev. Ger. Fitzgei a!/i, D. D. Scnioi , 

&efctfter. Htjhry and Oratsry. Ql . Kearney. 

ev. Mather Young, D.D. Burfar. Avliltant, Mr. Burrowes. . 

ev. George Hail, D. D, Senior Modem Hi /lory. Dr. Hail, . Afliilaat,. . 

Ledu er Dr. HodgUinlbn 

Uth^i Browne* L. U D. Natural Phdol phy. Dr. Youn?. 

<ev.J. Barrett, D.D. Senior Dean. D&EWS'a Peofejfttr of dfironmy* 

"junior Fe lluwx ' 1 , 

Aev T tiringtpn, B. D. Regiilet 



of Chambeis. 



University Pr-<> r e sso rs /^ur- 
y^w/i/ of 2$th oj Geoi^e 3«i, for , 



rancis Hodgkinion, L.L D Cenfor. \j; a b ijbing a complete Sch»oi sj i i-yfic 
Rev. Rob. Bunowes, B D. in this Kingdom. 

Libra: ian. Anatoi-ty and Surgery. James Cleg- 



*Rev R.Graves, A.M.Jun. Proctor. 
Wl.it ly Stokes, A. M. } s.jfijlants to 
Wm. Magee, *l, M. > Greek Ltc- 
* tuter. | 
Rev. G.Miller, A.M. Junioi Dean 
John Ufher, A. M. ~) 
Robert I'hibbs, A. M. I M§x»ing 
Robert RufleL A. M. | U&mrcrs. 
Wm. Stopford, A. M.J 
Vel'ey Wa d, A. M. 
Rtv.'j. Wl'ker, A. B 

* Treacher s for the Tear. 
Professors of the University 
KINCs Professors. 

Divinity. Rev. J as Drought, P. t> 
Common Low. Pit. Duigenan, L.L.D 
Civil Laiv. Arthur Browne, L.LvD. 
fbyjic. Edward Hill, M, D. 



hum, M. L 
Ckemijlry,^ Robe:t Perceval, M. D. 
Botany. Inward Hill, M. D. 

Law s4 gent. 
Henry-Dixie Lyftttr, Abbey-fit eet> 
COLLEGE TERMS. 
Term I Begips End* 



Hilaiy 
Eall.er 
Trinity 
Michael ma: 



i 791 ijanu. 10 
May 2 
J une -ao 
wet. i 



1701 
179*1 
f 79\ 



April 16 

J une 1 1 

July 8 

Dec. 16 



The King's and ^ueen"s College of s 
Thy jtcians^ tnccrfot ate*- by Charter * 
December 15, 1 691. 

President. 

William Harvey, M. D DomU 
nick fire et. 

Vice-President and CfNsor* 
Robt. Perceval, M. D. SuJ/oiA-fi. 



7* 



College of Phylician-s. Royal hi ih A cadency. 



f-Jn.-Ch. F!eury,M.D. Gt George's^ 
Patrick Maguire, M. D. U/bsrs-ghiaj 
f J ofe ph C 1 a i ke, M . D . Lying-in Hcjp\ 



Tre a surer. 
Arthur Saundeis, M. D. Henryjl. 
Fellows. 

Edward Hill, M. D. Har ctwt -ftreet. Geoige Bun owes, M. D Matlhrgh 
Francis Hopkins, M. D. Stephen* s-fir- \ f Thomas Evory,M. D. Mar thorough 41 ! 
Patrick Plunkett, M. D. -fetvis fir 'Henry Kennedy, M.D. Avngier ft> eh 'he < 
Edmund Cullen, M.D WiI.iam-fireet.Rt.Scotl y M. D. Marlborough Jh nt\ kel 
C. W. Quin, M. D. Harcourt-flrcet. f Walter Wade, M. D. Cafel-flreel. ]B 
Daniel Bryan, M~ D. Ujher" s-ljland. Wm O'Dwyer, M, D. Ufber" s-Ifian&i ;he 
Edw. Breieton, M.D. V/ ilUam-jlr. JamcsMurray, M D Exchequer -fireit iW 
StephenDicklon, M.D Ceni'or,Tr/W/y- f W. Drennan, M. D. Dame-jireet. nra 
College. j 77>* King"? Professor?, anifhe 

J.W.Boyton, M.D. Cenf< . , Jervis-ft. cording »o the Will of tr- late 8^ 
Alexander FelifTeir, M, L\ Cenfor and PAT DUO w M D 

Regifter, French-fireet . \ Jnftitutts > • <o«i,M.E r R 

Honorary Fellows. ! Pr^itice cj A- ed c nc , 1 .H eirt«n,M t ] l 

Clement Archer, M.D. Stephens -fir. \Materia Medica an 

mund Culler., M. ' ^ 



Iki 



In 



Cakdi dates 
Luke Mc. Can j), M. D. Armagh. 

Licentiates in Physick. 
Robert Emmet, M.D. Sleph.-grWeft . Midwifery.. 
John Purceil, M. D. Sackiniie-jlreet . 
j -Mich. Daly, M.D. Lower Ahby fir. 
Thoiwas Bell, M. D. 7^rA-/ireet. i 



Thcfr mar ked -J- are Practitioner] 



THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY, 

Jnfliuited for the Advancement of the Studies of Science, Ponfm 
Li ter a tu re, and Anti qjj 1 ti ks ; was Incorporated by Letteis Pa»< 
tzni bearing Date the zbYn or January 1786. 

Patron The KING, 

Vifitor Chief GOVERNOR of IRELAND, 

Present EARL or CHARLEMONT. 

C U N C I L. 

Confifis of twenty-one Members which compofe the following CoFnmitteot- 

Committee oj Science* 
Richard kirwan, E <j. F. R. S. 
Robot Perceval, M. D. 



George Burrowes, M. D. 
William Prefton, Efq; 
Rev. R. Graves T. C. D. Sec. 
Matthew Young, D.D F. S.T. C. D. | Lieu. Col. Henry Barry. 



StephenDicklon, M. D. Sec 
Rev. Wm. Magee. F. T.C.D. 
Rev. Ceo. Miller, F. T. C. D. 
Whitley Stokes, F T C. D. 

Committee of Pslite Literature. 
Rv. J. Kearney D. D. S F.T.C. D 
Rev. R Stack, D. D. F. T. C. D. 
IUv. R. Borrtwea, F. T. CD. 



Cotnmitt-ee of Antiquities. 
Rev Dr. Beauioit. 
Alexander Ma fden, Efq. 
Wn . James Mc. Neven, M. D, 
Loid Bdliop of Killaloe. 
Lord Bifhop or D.omo^e. 
Rev. Geo. Graydon, M. A* 
James G*adon 5 Ei<jj 



^reajurer, Rt. Hon. William Conyngham, 
'Secretary of the Academy, William James Mc. Neven, M. D. 
Secretary far Foreign CorreJ pondence, Rev George Graydon, A. M. 

Secretary of Council, Rev. Robert Burrowes, F. T. C. D. 
tie Committee of Science meet on the rft Saturday, the Committee of 
e Literature on the and Saturday, the Committee of Antiquities on the 
aturday, the Council according to adjournment, and che Academy at Urge 
le 4'h Saturday of every Month at 8 o'clock in the Evening. 
11 Members of the Academy are invited to affile at the meetiags of the 
imittee?. 

he two ttated Meetings of the Academy are held on the 30th of No- 
ier, and 16th of March, or flvjuld either Day happen on a Sunday, o« 
)ay immediately preceding. 

LOYAL IRISH ACADEMY. November ift. 1790. 
Rt. Hon. JAMES EARL of CHARLEMONT, Prefident. 



Royal Iri'fh 'Academy. 



79 



Kchb. of Armagh 
^Rev. Jerome Alley. 
Rd. AUott, d.d. 
Merv. Archdall 
hard Archdall 
ment Archer 
r. Gilbert Auftin 
ffitm Ball 

J , Banks bt. r . r . s. 

Col. Hen, B»rry 
.D. A. Beaufort llo. 
v. H. Bernard d.d. 
melius Boh on 

B'OWflL.L D.r.TCD. 

gan Browne, M\<\ 
v. John Buck 
brats Burgh 
v. Rt. Burrow csf T c d 
ter Burrowes 

Bu row?, M. D. 



liaac Corry 
Adam Crawford m. d. 
William Cruife 
John P. Curran 
John Croflhv/aite 
Andrew Daly, m. d. 
John D'Arcy, Efq; 
William Deane ll n. 
Rt. Hon. Lord Delvin 
Stephen Dicklon m d. 
Rt. Hon. Ld.Vifct. Dillon 
Sir John Talbot Dillon 
Rev. Dean Dobh* 
j Lord Donoughmore 
William Drcnnan, m.d. 
Ld. Bp of Dromore 
WilliamDoyle ll.d. 
R.L.Edgfwo.th,F.R S. 
Thomas EI!i#M d. 
Rev. T. Ellington f t c. 



William Bury, Efq; -Earl of En ni 111 i Hen 
rvais Parker Bufhe | Rt. Hon. H. Flood 
>n, Nat. F Burton, j fohn Forbes 
ldiew Caldwell iRt. Hon. Juhn Fofter 

)i i Carleton | John Thomas Fofter 

H. Earl of C&rysfort Richard Frankland 



E« w. Deane Freeman 
lohn Gandon 
Rt. Hon. Earl Glandore 
Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan Anthony Leftoy 
John Lloyd, Efij 



>p. of CaH^el 
rl of Charlemont 
r! of Clanbrtfil 
feph Cla-ke m.d. 

tua Clechorne, m. p. Rev. R. Graves 

. Hon. Vif. C! oft melt, Rev. Geo. fcraydon 

. Hon. W. Conyng- Rk'haicl Griffith 

ham, Treasurer Rev Geo. Hi!! p t c. 

rd Conyngharn Rev. WfTHarn Hales 

hn Cooke, Ef':; W. Hamilton r. t.-c 

Bithon of CWk SackviUe Hamilton 



Rev H. Hamilton d d. 

F. R.S. 

Rv J. A. Hamilton d.i>. 
Thomas Handing 
Francis Hardy 
William Hartiga* 
William Har vey m. ». 
Sir Samuel Hayes, Bt. 
Samuel Hayes 
Hon. Jufl ire Hellen 
Jo feph Henry 
Fr. Hoiltkinlon ll.d. 
Rt. Hon. John Hdf 

Hurchirfon 
Sir Vere Hunt, Bt. 
Alex. Jaflray 
Rev. William Jeflop 
Wm. Johnfon, 
Rev. John Kearney 
lames Kearney 
Rev. M. Kearney d. t>. 
t Lord F»p. of Kilialoe 
Lord Bp. ofKiliali 
Lord IV». of Kildare 
Rd . Kirwan f. r s. 
Hon, Thomas ICnox 
Hon. Geo. Knox 
Rev H.Lcdwich, l. L;». 
Rev. Phil. Le'anu d . d. 



, Rey. Verne y Lc vet 
Rev. Wm. Mage e;r tc«b 
Win. Mc. Guire 
Rt Hon - fn. M. Mafon 
Rev. Edmond Ma lone 
I William M.irfdcn f. r.«. 



Alexander Marfdea 

Charles Marfh 

Theo.Mo. Kenna, m.d. 

W.mJ Mc.Neven,M.D. 

Rev.G.MiUcr,F t.c.p. 

William Micbell 

Earl of Moira 

Rev. M . Monck 

Rev.C. MofTe 

Lord Mou« tjoy 

Lord Mountmorris 

ThomaR Mullock 
: Rv.RichardMuirayD d 

Earl of Mayo 

Hon; George Napier 

John Newport, Efq; 

Sir Lucius O'Brien 

Rt. Hon. George Ogle 

John O^Connor 

Sylvefter O'Halloran 

fohn Hamilton O'Haia 
' CharlesO'Neill 

Ralph Oddey 

Laurence Parlbns 



Abecedarian Society. 

Wm. Paterfon m, d, 
John V at rick 
R. Perceval m.d. 
Edmund Pery. 
Earl of Poi tatlington 
William Prefton 
Lord Vif. Powerfcourt. 
John Puree 11 M. D. 
Lord R.iwdon 
Archibald Redford 
Archib. Ham.- Rowan 
Robert Rowe 
Rev G. V. Samp 
Char. Fr 4 Sheridan 
Hugh Skeys 
William Smith 
William Smith 
Edward Someis 
Rev. Jn. Stack r. t. c 
Rev. Rich Stack d. j> 
Alexander "Stewart \ 
Lord St. Helens 
J. W, Stoke 
Rev. W hilly Stokes 



Amos Strettel 
John Sutton 
Michael Tifdalt 
Rev. Do&or Trait 
Ab|». of Tuam 
Col. Char. Vallancey . 
Lord Valentia 
Signr. Anthony Vieyra 
Robt. Watfon Wide \ 
Rev. Jn. Waller d. d. 
Jos. Cooper Walker 
Rev. John Walfk 
Hon. Ed. Ward 
Wm. Watfon 
Ld. Bp. of Witerforl 
Rev. 'Matt. Weil 
Abral'ftm Wilkinfoa 
J as. T. ilkm .oa 
Arthur Wolfe 
John Woi;e 
Rev. Wm. Wood* ad 
Ld. C. Baron' Ye lverto(|([ 
Rev. M. Young d. 



i 



I! 



ABECEDARIAN SOCIETY, the Rift of the Kind, 

Unftituted Thurfday March the 26th, 1789. 

--'For raifing a Fund for the Relief of diFnffen 1 School Mailer?, School 
"Mi^reiTrs, arid their Families. 
-Reverend Mr. James Whitelsw, Prefident. Meath-ftreet. 

'.Rev- Nicholas Ward Krnnedy, V/P. Britain fh cet. 
Reverend Mr. Oliver 'Miller, Tteafurer, Hvnry-ftnet. 



MR. S.'Wbyte 
Mr. T Ha. ding 
Jfefe. Siflbn P. Dai ling 
v Mr. David Bates 
■;Mr. John Coyne 
'Mr. John Short 
Mr. Michael Covvell 
Mr. John Brown 
Mr. Wm. O'Prolfor 
'Mr. John Yoakely 
Mr. Wm. Lionel Jenkin 
"Mr. Richard Crump 
Mr. Geo'ge Kiernan 
-Mr. Nich. Le Favre 
Mr, Joftph Whyte 1 
•"'Mi . John- Farrell 



Mr.'W. Shirley! T.G.D 
Mr. J' hn D' fwnes 
Mr. James Byrne 
'Mi'. Robe.t Rice 
Rev. Mr. H. Gunnels^ 
A. Guinnefs, Jan. ETq< 
Mr. Peter Delim if 
Mr. R. P^archbank '] 
Mr. |ohn Dumoulins i 
W. Shan-nan, Eiii. M.P 1 
John Law, E\\). M. D. . 
Mr. Joi n Chiiftiari 
Mr. Oiwa'd Edwards 
Rev. D. /Mc. Dowel j 
Henry Hull on, Efq. 
Alexander St-U as, Ehj. 



rtbur Sfanley, Efq. 
r. Lewis I .yons 
. A. Walker, London 
Campbell. Efq. Lon. 
Ar. George Draper 
oh a Peree, Efq. 

C. Me. Kei.man 
iev. G. Auftifl 
'lr. Timothy Dunn 
At ilias M. Drafnn 
e^. And. S'aunton 
.R.Phi >b s F.T.C.D. 
a- A Whyie,T f G.p 
jft\ Geo. Black 

. John Jones i • 
ho." Bell, Efq; M. D. 
reo. Craig;, Efq. 
Uflier, E% F.T.C.D. 

Secretary, 



Linen Trufteesi" 

7ev. Dr. Adamfon 
Rev. Mr. Creed 
Mr\ Tho. Crofbie 
Vfr. James Brtfh 
Vfr. J. Lynch, Opt id at 
Ezekiel D, Willon, Efq; 

M P. Carrickfergus 
Mr. Rd. White 
Vfr. M. Dalion 
Brabazon Noble, Efq; 
Rv. R.Greaves,F.TCD. 
Robert M'Gowen, Eiq 
Anth.King, Efq.L.L.D. 
Mr. John Sparrow 
John Caftl, Efq; 
Rev. Wm. Wilfon. 
Lady Forfter . . 
Mrs. ArmanillaSharmai 



Mr. John Mc.Crea, Fade-jlreet. 



St 

Mrs. Rofetta Rea 
Mrs. Eliza Praval 
Mrs. A. Shelly 
Mrs. Maria Weekes 
Mrs. Frances Uftier 
Mifs Harriot Beauchanfc 
Mrs. Ellinor Molloy 
Mrss. Sophia Lvons 

The above Lift of tfce 
prefent Members, Ho- 
norary and Profeflional, 
is in the order of their 
Admifllon 

N. B. One Guinea 
annual SuUfcription, paid 
half-yearly, conltitute« 
ihe Subfcriber an Ho? 
norary Member. 



The Trujfees of the 

1 N S T E R, iB. 

Ord Chancellor for 

ihc Time being. 

[Sr [Ue\jt of Waterford 
1 ai quefs of Downtime, 
arl of Clanbraffill. 

I Roden. 
arl of Eini/killen, 
rl of Donegal. 
,id Vi:*c Loftus, 
r>id Longford, 
ord Mulkerry. 
^ord Harberton. 
,oi d Delvin. 
kM. Wm.Conyngham 
Thomas Cobbe, Efq; 
Pho.- |s.Fortelcue,Efq; 

|<t. Hon. Ja.OJNeill 
Jeor^e Ponfonby, Elq. 
Pct,e Holmes, Elq; 

Ml uster, 18 
Loid Primate. 

ai l ot Inchiquih. 
£arl of Shannon. 
Rail of Louth. 
Kail of Aldboroiigh. 
karl o. Fa»nham. 
Lord Vifc. Northland 
-.ord Kjimaine. 
-ord Callen. 
-ord Caledon. 
-ord Vi c D lion* 



LINEN Manufaclure. Office, Lurgan-Jlreet. 
Rr.H.H. The. Clements Earl of Bellamont,K.B. 
Thomas Coghlan, Eiq;! Earl of Hertford. 



IfaacCorry v the Yr. Efoj 
John, Baron Dillon. 
R.H Sir L O'Brien, Bt. 
R.H. Here. Langf.Rov, ly 
Richard Magenis, Efq; 

Conaught, ib- 
Ud. Aibp. of Cafiiel, 
Duke or Leinlter. 
Earl of Belvedere. 
Earl of Moira. 
Earl of Arran. 
Lord Londonderry. 
Eai I of Mayo 
Rt. Hon. Sir John Bla- 

quiere, Bai t. K. B. 
Rt. H. John Bereslord. 
William Burton, Elq; 

Rt. Hon. John Fofter. 
Speaker of the Houte 
of Commons. 

R.H.J.HelyHutchinfon 

•<i .Hon. Dav. Latouche. 

Rt. H<m. Rich Longfield 

Rt. Hon. SirCapelMo- 
lyneux, Bart 

Cornelius Bolton, Efq. 

Hon. HercultbRowley 

Owen Wynne, Elq; 
Ulster, 18. 

Marq. of Dro^beda. 



Earl Erne. 
Earl or Hillfborough. 
Lord Macartney, K.B,' 
Lord Lucan. 
Lord Leitrim. 
Lord CJohbrock. 
Hob. Baron Hamilton* 
Rt.Hn. Wm.Brownlow, 
Rt. Hon. Edward Cary. 
Rt. Hon. Tho. Conolly. 
Sir Rich- Johnfton, Bt. 
Sir Boyle Roche, BfJ 
Kt. Hon. Henry King. 
R.H.W.Brab.Ponfonby 
Robert Rofs, Efq; 

Sec. to the Trultees, 
James Corry and Jamef 
Cony, Jun, Elqrs. 
InfpeCtor Genera-i for 
Ullter, Jn. Greer, Efflj 
Lurgan. 

Inipeclor General for 
Leinlter, Munfter and 
Conaught, J. Arbuthnot, 
F Rsc\'C.Duffin,Ef Dub. 
ChamberlainMr.R.King" 
Clerk to theYarn-hali 
Mr. F.amis Warren- 

No Hobdays kept a* 
the Linen-hall, 



82 Grand Cana 1 . Royal Canal. 

GRAND CANAL COMPANY, Incorporated by Charter. 

TH E Court of Directors meet at their Houfe in Graftou-iti eet, on Tuefi-* 
davs at Three o'clock in \he Afternoon, and on Wednesdays at Nine 
O'clock in the Morning, at the Canal Harbour, in St. James's-ftreet. 

DIRECTORS. 
JOHN MACARTNEY, Efq. Chairman. 
Colonel EUSTACE, Deputy Chairman. 



Ttirne'r Cama'r, Efq; 
Richard Griffith, Efq; 
Xord Vifc. Harberton 
A. C Macartney, Efq; 
Jofo Huband, Efq; 



R. Mc. Donnell, Efq; 
E-Whitten, Efq; 
Alderman Rofe 
W. D. La Touche, Efq. 



P. Bean, Ef-i; 
O. Maquay, Efq; 
J. Law lor, Efq; 
Wogah Browne, Efqj 



S.cretary, William Greene, Efq; 
Treafurv, Right Honourable David La Touche. 
Infpector o' the whole Line, Captain William Evans 
Engine. rs, W. JelTop and W. Chapman, Efqrs. 



Collectors. 
Dublin, Mr. S. Darling, 
fall ins, Mr. P. Wall is. 
Robertftown, Mr. jofeph Barret. 
Rathangan, Mr. Thomas tfyan. 
Mill-Town, M. J. Seymore. 
Moneftereven, Mr. J. Buck; 
Athy, Thomas Pope, Efq; 

Accountant. 
Mr. Mathew Newport. 

Paymafter. 
M-r. Thomas Garfion. 
Clerk or Invoices and Outvoices. 
Mr. Andrew Hamilton. 

Wharfinger. 
Mr. John Marfhal. 
Paffage Boats and Matters Names. 



Macartney, 
Harberton, 
Griffith, 
Huband, 
Millecent, 
Hatch, 

Parcel Clerk. 
Mr. Barth.Corley. 



P. Weeks, 
Kelly. 
Short. 
White, 
Brady. 
Nixon. 



Parcel Boats and Matters Names' 

Dutchefs of Rutland, Babbidge." 

Friendly Brothers, K[ng. 

Three Paffage Bonts leave Dublin and 
and three arrive in Dublin every Day, ' 
viz. iff. for Athy. at 5 in the Morning, 
ad. for Monaftereven, at 8. 3d. for 
Sailing at r, from the 2.9th of Sept. to . 
the 2.5th of March, and afterwards at 
3 every Day. ift. arrives from Sail ins 
at 11 in the Morning an', fets offagain 
for Sallins and Monaftereven every 
Day a-t 1, from the 29th of Sept. to the 
25th of March, and from the a6th of 
March to the zcth of Sept. at 3 every* 
Day. ad- arrives at 3 from Monafter 
even, and the 3d. arrives at 6 from 
Athy. 

The Court Of Directors requeft the Sa- 
vor of PaiTengers to co-operate with 
them in enforcing their Regulations,'; 
(which appear in che Cabin of every ' 
Paffage Boat) intended for the Accom-'j 
modation of the Public, and they may. 
reftaiTured that all Reprefentation.s ftiall" 
be carefully attended to. 



R OYAL CANAL. 

THE Subfcribers were incorporated by Charter,, and further powers were given' 
by an A 6* of the lallSefnon of Parliament, for carrying on a Canal from Dub-' 
1 111 to the River Shannon, nearTarmp.nbury ; one Branch to take it's rife from i 
Galfmanogue,and the other from the RiverLiffey, at the Lotts ; the two Branches . 
to unite near Frofpett, on Glaffnevin-Road, and to pafs near Lucan, Leixlip,^ 
Carton, Kilcock, Kinegad,Mullingar, &c.w r ithoff Branches to or near Trim, Kells,' 
Athboy and Caftletown-Delvm. One Third of theExpenoe being 66,oool. defrayed' 
fey Parliament. The Court of Directors meet at No. 1, Dawl'on-ftreet, e\er^ 
Tuefday and Friday at 2 o'clock, and areas follow: 



Duke of Leinfter 
Earl of Granard. 
Xord Longford. 
Karl Tarhampton.- 
Xord Sunderlin. 
Xord Vifcount Ranelagh 
Xordjohn Delvin. 
£ir Blaquiere, K. B. 
Rt. Hon. Thos. Con oily. 
Sir Wm.G. Newcomen,Bt. 
SirThrs. FetherftoivBt. 
Hon. Robert R&chfort. 
Hon. Capt. P?.kenham. 
Hon. R ichar d Anneflev . 



John Hatch, Efq; 
Henry Cope, Efq; 
William Cope, Efq; 
John Binns, Efq; 
Hen. Stevens Rielly, Efq; 
John GifFard, Efq; 
Jas. Napper Tandy, Efq; 
William Sinnett, Efq; 
James Conolly, Efq; 
Alex. Kirkpatrick, Efq; 
Mr. Michael Allen. 
Charles Ward, Efq; 
GafperErck, Efq; 
John Keogh, Efq; 

Sec. Rd. Gladwell, Efq; No. r, Dawfon ft. Treaf. SirWm. G.Newcomen, Barfcv 
Pnpint-f r, Rd Evans, Efq; No. 25, Queen-ft. Accounta. M r. J. Savage. Superi* 
Of Mafon VNoik, Mr. J. Hgri&es, & Super inteuddaiit of EarthWorJi.Mf. C. i'ayiir, 



Edward Whitten, Efq; 
Thomas Tweedy, Efq; 
Bteut Neville, Efq; 
Mr. Edward Clarke. 
Mr. Ralph Mulliem. 
Mr. James Fawcett. 
Mr. John Croflwaite. 
Mr. Thomas Magan. 
Mr. Charles Ryan. 
Capt. W illiam Wright 
Mr. John Chambers 
And. Daly, Efq; M. D. 
Mark Anth. Blair, Efq; 



Jnfurance -Companies. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES against FIRE 

/ 'Author if ed by Aft of Parliament ) 

[HIBERNIAN INSURANCE COMPANY of IRELAND AG A INT FIRE. 

Office kept at. No. 15, Crampton-court, Mr. Chrift.Deey, Secretary. 

[GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY of IRELAND against FIRE, 
[Office kept at No. 85, Dame-llre&t, Corner of Ci ampton-court, DUBLIN, 

Mr. jehri Barber, Public Notary^ Secretary. 

DUBLIN INSURANCE COMPANY against FIRE, Office kept at 
No. 33, New-bui Mings y Dame-J?reet y Mr. J.-T. Aflienhurfli| Secretary, 

The above Corr parries have each Subscribed a very large Capital 
Stock, as a Security to the Public againft any accidental Fire, and the 
Bufmeis ©f the whole is conducted on the molt liberal Plan. 

Each Company have alio appointed their refpecYive Agents for tranfact- 
jng tl»eir Bufinefs, in all the Cities and principal Country Towns in lie- 
I land and the Charges for Infurance are regulated agreeabk toahe jpllow- 
fag Table. ' • . 

A TABLE of Annual Premiums to be paid for Infurance agtinft Fire. 



Sums InJureJ. 

Any Sum not 
txceeding 500I. 

§ool. to 750I. 
750I. to icool. 
loool. to 1 500I. 
1 500I. to zocol. 
loool. to 3000I. 
3000I. to 3500I 
3500I. to 4000I 



Common Infurances 

per Annum. 
is. 6d. per Cent. 
ZSj 6d. per Cent. 
2s. 6d. per Cent. 
38. od. per Cent 
3s. 3d. per Cent. 
3s. 6d. per Cent 



Hazardous Infur- Doubly Hazardous 



ances per Annum, 
3s. 6 per Cent 
3s. 9 per Cent 
4s. o per Cent 
5s. o per Cent. 
5s. o per Cent. 
6s. 3 per Cent. 



3$. od. per Cent. 1 n . . . 
J y , v r . ( uy Special A- 
3s. 9 d. per Cent.fr J n9 J mM 



1 1 ci cement 

4cool.&upwaids. j $s. od. per Cent* J b 



Injurances per Ann 
I 5s. od per Cent. 
6s. od. per Cent. 
6s. 6d. per Cent. 
7s. od. per Cent* 
8s. od. per Cent. 
If 6. od. per Cent. 
Note. Flour Mills 
are to be rated at 
Hazardous. 



ROYAL EXCHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY or IRJLLAND, 
For INSURING LIVES. 

Office kept at No. 3, Crampton-court, Dublin. 

Mcfl'rs. Robeit Deey, and Thomas Rainey, Secretaries. 

THE Capital Stock of this Company is 115,0.301. of which go^oooj. f 
is veiled in Government Securities, and lodged in the Bank of Ire- j 
land for the Security of the Public. This Company alio iniure Ships and * 
Merchandife. The Bufinefs of the whole is conducted on the moft liberal \\ 
Plan, and upon the fame advantageous T#rms as at the Royal Exchange 
&::J otter Inluiance Offices iu London. 
fp> •.. . . - £ 



8 4 



Royal Exchange Infurance on Lives. 




Premium, 
per Cent for an 
Aflurance for 
One Year. 



to 14 

1 5 
16 

«7 
18 

*9 

19 

21 

22 

*3 
*4 
*5 
*6 

*7 
28 
29 
3° 
3» 
3* 
33 
34 
35 
36 

37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

42 

; 43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
5o 
5* 
5* 
53 
54 
55 
S6 
57 
53 



Premium 
per Cent, per An- 
num, for an Af- 
furance for Se- 
ven Years. 



i'l'tmium 
per Cent, per An- 
num, lor an A - 
iurance for the 
yvhole Continu- 
ance of Lite. 



s. 




r 


s . 


7 


r 

I- 




d . 


% 


3 


i 





9 


2 


7 





2 


6 


1 


O 


9 


Z 


3 


3 


4 





1 


IO 


9 


2 


9 


9 





6 


1 


I 2 


9 


2 


1 * 




9 





1 


14 


3 


2 


1 2 


3 


1 1 


3 




1 5 


9 








14 





1 


10 


9 


2 


1 4 




16 





1 


i'7 


9 


2 


1 ^ 


9 


16 


6 


1 


1 3 


3 


2 


1 


9 


I? 


3 


1 


I 


9 


2 


1 7 


9 


17 


9 


1 


l 9 


< 



2 


r 9 





1 8 


3 


2 





3 


3 





3 


19 





2 





9 


3 


1 


3 


19 


6 


2 


1 


/: 



3 


2 


O 





3 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


O 


1 





2 


3 





3 


5 


3 


1 


6 


2 


3 


9 


3 


5 


9 


2 


3 


2 


4 




3 


8 


3 


3 





2 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


9 


2 


jr 
O 


G 


3 


1 1 




4 





2 


7 


3 


3 


1 3 





5 


6 


2 







3 


1 4 


9 


6" 


3 J 




9 




3 


I 6 


9 


7 


' 3 


2 






3 


1 8 




8 


3 


2 




a 


ft 






y 


9 





2 


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9 


4 


2 


9 


1 1 





2 


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1 5 


■2 
J> 


/i 

•T 


4 




1 2, 


6 


2 


1 6 


9 


4 


/ 


3 


«4 

! 5 

"7 
18 


6 


2 


1 ft 


3 


4 


O 



y 


9 


2 


19 


9 


4 




3 





3 


1 


6 


4 


1 4 


9 


6 


3 


3 




4 


1 7 


^ 


19 


9 


3 


5 


9 


5 





3 


3 


3 


Q 
O 




5 


3 


3 


2 


9 


3 


I O 




5 


5 


6 


5 


3 


3 


1 3 


3 


5 




> 




y 


9 





3 


16 





5 


! 3 


6 




9 


3 


18 


6 


5 


17 





M 
16 



3 


4 

4 


1 

3 



9 


6 
6 


u 
4 




18 


9 


4 


6 


9 


6 


8 


6 


1 


3 


4 


10 





6 


*3 





4 





4 


'3 


6 


6 


17 


9 


7 


3 


4 


■7 





7 


2 


6 


1® 


3 


5 





9 


7 


7 


9 



Infurance cn Lives. Incorporated Society in Dublin. 8^ 



Premium 
perCent. for 



Prern'um 

per CpcA. per An- 
cum, fej an Ai- 
iuf..n<e lor Sx.- 
ven Years. 



Pemium 

^rCer.t pe. An- 
num, k r an Al- 
ius nee to the 
K hi it Goih^bu- 
or l.i.e. 





1 

As 


J - 


d. 




J - 




' AO* 




J. 




4 


'4 





b 


4 


9 


i 


•3 


6 


60 


4 


H 


9 




9 





7 


■9 


3 


6t 


5 


* 1 


9 


S 


1 ? 


9 


8 


5 


6. 


61 


5 







5 


1 8 


9 


8 


1 1 


3 


1 


$ 


9 


9 




4 


9 




•9 


6 


64 


5 


1 3 


6 


6 


1 1 





9 


7 


3 


6=; 


5 


19 





6 


i3 


6 


9 


16 





66 


6 


5 


-7 


7 


7 





1 


5 


3 


«1 


6 


I T- 


O 


7 


16 


6 


1 


» 5 


3 



All Liver, i<. fared to appear ar the Office, or \ a) 10s [ fcr Cent, u.r riou 
ppearance, on Infuranos tor C)ne Year. 

15s. per Cent, on djtio, for nv»re th. n One Yea-, and rot exceeding 
Be-en Yea's, 2. per Cent, it lor tie wlioie continuance u\ c/i.e, iu ibe 
£ ft Payment oj ly. 

Whe e the Li ; e to he fnfitreH does not appear at the Pflice« fall and f». 
is factory Proof ori Oath, will Le te^'Cii iiut fuU< Lt c is iugood Htakh, 
loie frifiirance can be effected. 

As the Company cha»ge a Premium according to ihe A^e of the i tfe 
to be infused, it will be nearLity i<>r *il Peijons making [n>urJrrc«i 
o be pa-iticulai ly c a etui to re|u,rn the o::u-l Aje 61 the Liic to be i;:.ui- 
d, otheiwile (in Cafe ot Death] the fym mluiyd cannot Lc itcovcttd^ 



INCORPORATED SO C I L T Y f N" D II B I. I N\ 

hjis Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, (><-ner:il *nd General Govcttfer 
ot' he land tor the I' or. c U idg, Pi< li-ient. 

Right Hon. Lord vifcount Ranclagh, Vice- Pi t fluent. 
The Committee of F 1 P T E i" H in Dublin, Choftn, id Nov. laer. 
H-.LdVil RanclaghVP. Rev. At. hn\.Dub.Ul£'D 
K.CRev.Ld.lip.olClcync William liuiy, J 1 1 ^ 
' John LueJ,, L; Mi 
Moi pan Ctofton, ECq; 
John Larie\eze, Luj; 



Rt. Rt v. L<kUp.< t'Co k 
Rt.H Ld. Don ughmore 
ir Fia. Hutchinion, lit. 



DanierCoi neilif , Efij; 
Rev. *Sing.H*fpiir,A 
!' ev. Dr. ft»h«j K eai nej , 

Hugh Ci oft 00, Pic;; 

|bhn C01 neilu , L (j; 



The 



Benefaair.ns for the Society arc received in Lublin, b* the Rt.Hrn. Hmry 
he. Clements, Treafurer • Mr. T. Gil-tfooa, Sec. Sii W. Gleaaow New- 



omen, Bt. Kt^ht Hon. Dav. Latouche, anA Co. And in London by R< b, 
)lommond, Efq; Treafurer to iKe cortefponding Society, t baring- craft* 
MeiTrs. Hoare, Fleet-Jlr. MeiTrs. Nelbitt «5c Co. Bps^gcu IUreet % Mr. W'm. 
Wd|. Secretary, at the Merchaat*« Sean.eu* G$re fayal-Extbamgei 



£6 Incorporated Society in Dublin. Charitable Lo&n. 



ffht Society at. large meet in Suffolk-fir. the firft Wednefday in each MonthJ 

ii i 2. And the Committee of Fifteen, every Wed. at I i . 
d J 1ST of the Charter Schools in Ireland. — . — % i — * Are all Boy I 

§ all Git Is, f Prejfetrt Number of Children m each School, j Number each \ 



mii contain, *j| Children Apprenticed, Marriage Portions paid. 



Places, Counties. 
ftAi tfbraccan Mea. 
U-klow Wit. 
f B.illikellyLon.Dcr. 
f Bgttfniobt Mayo 
|Ba%caftl« Antr. 
Icaftiebsif M%yo 
§CalHecart>eryKild. 
*CaiMedei mot Xilq. 
Call lei fla'ad Kerry 
Cartlemartyr Cork 
* Cailiel 
.§Ci arlevilie 
fcClonmel 
*Clonta- Str 
PCreggan,e - 
§Uund*!k 
punmanway 
ran a 



Tip. j 
Cork \ 
Tip. 
.Dub. . 
Arm. 
Lowth 
Coik 
Weflm. 



*.Franckfort K*s Co. 



19 



64 ice 
3 8. 4c 
35' 4c 

29, 4 

38 4c 1 1 6 



91 

'5° 
<3 o 

I O I 

1 44 
46 
M4 
*43 
7* 
139 
103 

l 3 e 
146 
454 
zo 4 
142. 
1 3 * 

: ! $3 



13 



Ji| Places. 
1 6 *Galway 
» 4 *innifcarra 
z^.)*Innifhannon 

* Kilkenny 
§ Kilfir.ane 

* Long to id 
§Loughrea 
*M'*ynooih 
NeW market 
^Newport 
*New Rois 
is. ay 

§ Santry 
Shannon grove 
Siigo 

*-Stradhally 
*Strangford 
^Trira 
* Water ford 



Court ies. 
Gal, 
Cork 
Cork 
Kilk. 
Dim. 
Long. 
■Gal. 
Kild, 
Clan? 
Tip. 
Wex. 
Don. 
Dub, 
Lim. 
SJigo 
Q\s.Co. 
Down 
Mea. 
Wat. 



36 

I 3c 

i 38 
( zo 
j 49 
39 
3 4 
3° 
4» 
3< 
37 
34 
60 

5 

3 

4° 



i I ! j I 0) 

7 2 30 

1 4-5 i $ 
1S0] 6 

; 1 a ! < 3 •! 
'44| 3 
1 07 I o 
\i6] oj 
160 14 
11914 
191 Ui 
450 

» 4 z ; id ^ 
110 1 j 
96' iff 

i.37 1 $< 
2. 1 1 



I'^abhfhment of .the School?, at' Michaelmas 1 7 9 1 , 177c. 



8c 
5' 
5' 
4 
4' 

Since theni] 

5 Gal way has been furprefled, which reduces the Eitablifhrnent 
'to 1735. Number therein 2,9th Sept- 1791 were 802. Boys and 531 Giriej 
is, in all f 4-2.3 Children. 

There were in the four Provincial Nurferies at Michaelmas, 1 7 9 1 1>' 
•305 Children, which v> ith thole in the Schools, made 1 72S Childien kl 
the Society's Care. 

The Children admitted are thofe born of Popifh Parents, or fuch as wo u Hp' 



the 



bt b.ed F 
Ai(e frorr 
fo-rrci' a 
prraelLm 
The 1«. 
thtfe S 



ills, if neglect d, and are of found health and limbs. The-in 
10 Year*. They are placed in Schools remote fiom their' 
and' ax the Age, of about 14 Years are apprenticed intot' 



:ty give a portion of FIVE POUNDS to every Perfon educated in 
Is, upon his or her marrying a proteltant, with the previdflj 
appiohaiion of the Committee of fifteen, and -every fuch perfon producing) 
a proper Certificate that he or (he hath duly ferved out their Apprentices 
fliip, piovided fueh Claim is made within leven Years, after their ApprjH 

efhip, and within Six Months next aft er fuch Marriage. M 

j , - ~ 7he""c~H aT< I ? A L F. LOAN. 

f^f* 1 HE Govern rt r s of the Charitable Mufkal Society incor porated b]l 
Acl of Parhamentin 1 7 7 S , for lending out Money Inter eft free 
to Indigent Trade Imtn, meet at St. Andrew's Veltry-Room, every Wedl 
rvfdiv, to lend not lefs than two Pounds, nor more than Five to anji 
une 1'erf'in at one time, which Sums are to he repaid by Six-pence in tM 
I*oun4 Weekly. Proper Objecls of this Charity mu/l apply, by a CeruBT 
case printed by Mr. William Watfon, No. 7. Caple -fireet. Since. MarH 
1780, 4480 ,PefCbni have been relieved, whole Famiiicb arnouuued A 



Charitable Loan." 



8 7 



GOVERNORS-' 
Wi ExceM*Jlfe*« The LORD LI MU r: : N/\NT, Pr f. stdf. "wt. 
ord Vifcount Ranelagh, Lord Bilhop of i'-iliai.., a d Morgan Ct?fioi 

Ef|; V I C E-Pl? E I D E M T S . 

lev. Rich. Allot, I). D. .Tho. KinguVary, Efqj 



oi d Pi i nate. 
.rch. Bp of Dublin, 
ktch. Bp. of Cafhell. 
Lreiv. Bp. of Tuam. 
> of Leinfler,K.§t P. 
d.ol\Vaterford,R St.P 
*f^eftmeathjK.St,P 
tail ofShannon,K.St.P. 
k.of Clanbra{Til,K.S-t P. 
I of'Cha: lemont, K,St. P 
tad of Be.llamont,K. B. 
wrk\ of Roden. 
tarl of Aldhorough. 
tar 1 of Lnnilkillen 
t. of Carystort^K.St.P 
Lord Vil'. Kingfl'and. 
Lord VLf.MountMo r res. 
ford Vifc. Loft *bof Ely. 
LordVif.ftingfborougir. 
Bilhop of Cloyne. 
LrJvd Longford. 
Lord IVitrim. 
Lord Mountjoy. 
John. Baron Dillon. 
Speaker of the Houfe of 
I Commons. 
Lord Mayor, Recorder 
and Sheriffs off)ublin. 



Rt. Hon W.Bro wnlow. 
Rev. Rich. Bourne. 
Major Win. Bu-y. 
Sir Tho. Blackall, K.t 
Rev. John B' out-ham 
Arthur Craven, £f<j$ 
Charles Craven, Erfu; 
Nath Cavenangh, Efq, 
Major Edw Cane. 
Rev. Dean Coote. 
Hugh Crofton, Efq; 
Major John CorneiMe. 
Daniel Corneille, Efq; 

Tieafurcr. 
Col. John Deaken. 
Nicholas Evam, Efq; 
Major Max. Faviere. 
Col. ChrL Trench, Sec. 
Robert French, Efq; 
Wm. Fortefcue, Efq; 
Rev.Dr, Tho Hatlings, 

A D. of Dublin. 
Rev. Singleton Harper 
Hofe.&RevDeaaHewii 
SirFran Hutchinfon, Bt 
Joleph Kane, Efq; 



John Lei^h, Efq; • 
Rt.Hon 11 i c.Long fie* 
John Ladeve^e, Efq: 
Rt.Hn). David Latotfdi^ 
John La tone he, Efq; 
L J - ie< Laiouciie, P.! |; 
John Madden, Efq: 
A thur Mc Gwtrq.Effg 
Han Ponfonbv Moore. 
Sir W.%, R Morres, Br. 
Si. W.G,Newc<>men,Bi 
Major Gull. Mich ill'**, 
Rt. Hon John OWfeilL 
W n. Meade O-Ie, Efq; 
\ irttes Ormlby, F.fq; 
"Rev. ThdjPttt^ L.L.D. 
Tho. Pieiton, Efq; 
G-o. Putland, Efq; 
Rt Hon. H. L. Rowley 
EUv. r.Robinfon, 1) l>. 
Rev Jof. Stock, D. !>. 
Syden. Singleton, I'.iq; 
ti.andR DeaiSf pfordb 
Mark Tuite, Efq; 
John WalHs, Efq; 
ruunohd Weld, Efq; 



N. B. The Governors may appoint frmilar Societies in every mami- 
enuring Gounty or market Town id this kingdom, with the fame powers, 
enefadtions are leceived by any of the Governors. 

Charles Laurent, Regifter, No. 6, Meckimbur^k (Ireet. 



THE HIBERNIAN SOCIETY, for maintaining, educating, and ap- 
prenticing the Orphans and Children of SOLDIERS, in Ireland. 
■ January l, 176$, a School was opened by Suhl'aiption t >r 10 Children, 
■ince which Period to Dec. 1791, '653 Children have been admitted, of 
llvhieh Number 953 have been apprenticed to ulefu! Trades, or a? Servants; 
■33 5« v en to their Parents, they being able to piovide foi them, 1 39 B»ys 
llnlifted, and bnly fifty-one have died. 176 Boys and 5 \ Guh now In the 
■HofpiiaU The Society at large meet the firft M >nday in Novembe , 
jebruary, May, and Aiiguft ; and the Committee »f Fifteen, the titlt 
Irueldty in each Month for auditing the accounts, und receiving apptt- 
lations for Apprentices, and the fecond TueGday m each Month for giv- 

out Apprentices and admitting Children, 
■fit Excellency, The LORD LIEUTENANT, or General Governor, 0? 
Governors of Ireland, Prefidem 
Hi$ Grace, ihe Ltf rd-Primat*, Vice Prefident, 



83 .'. 

Thui msrk\i *, {w'th 
the Barr.tck) *r# Hi* 
Cynbfcrihers «=>* tvent 
j i cth Jirly, 17^0 
Ld . Li en 1 en a nt , 1 ! »- ft ite n 1 
Lord Prim-re, V I'. 
(jArchbifliop o! Dublin. 
Lord Cfcin'crlW. 
Bifliop of KHdarej 
Cb\ luHicofK^ ftench. 
C 1 1 . J u ft i ce o fC< >m . I ' I e a s 
Ch. Baron of Exc -h.- -quer 



Hil>ernizn Sc icietyj 

the ^ nmanding Officer and fccond in fommand at 
ComrtuttAe of 1$. and thus marked §, are Charter!" 
Guineas each Governors appointed by Charter, 



^hiefSec: to theLdLieut . 
Vime Serjeant. 
Vt t r.rney General. 
Solicitor Central. , 
Commander in Chief. 
.. i en f en<i m O e ne ral. 
Adjutant General 4 
Quarter Mailer Genera!. 
Lord Mayor of 1 >u l Im . 1 Rv.v.De m ofSt. Patrick's 

Oovft k e p. :; ele<Ste«J in the O <ier or Subfcrip' , or\ fince the Charte 



•Rev.Arclvdeac. of Dub.j, 
Field Officers of Regi„«| 
* ments orDnMin Duty.,. 
Recorder of Dublin. . \\ 
All for ihe Time being. . 
Jen. Hnnt Waifli. ,| 
R.H.G. R.Connin^hamg 
Rt.H.Wm.Conyngh anx J| 



CHis Ro*al lEu-hm.-) ,j 
" fl r.o r. o e Pr.ofvV a t f. a j G 

§His Royal Hi^fme f , J *i 
I' v LDEiucK Duke o rl I ( 
. York. , [O 

Ohkc of Lender. l|C 

La. i Beaive. 

La,rl of Shannon. 

£nri Clermont. 

§8ail of Roi's 

Matfiq, of Droglu-r!!. 

L~>rd Vffe Cremorne. 

Lord Annaly. 

Lord ]y<Mi'-ri. 

&<ord f&aucMwip: 

Lord BiWiaf of Ciogher. 

Lord Mo'Tr.-i r . 

Kt.Hl'sri-Biivjp'tereKF. 

Rt. H.m Dd. LatoiK-f-c. 

Rt. Hon.H T.Cfen.f r.rs 



Si r Charles Burton, 
H< 



>Ger»cm Mai%; ■ 
And: ew daw ford, Efq; 
C-L CI. a. Vallancey. 
*Maj. Donald Grant. 
John Leigh, Efq; 
Mr. Jn. Griper Battier. 
^Arthur Craven, Elq; 
Oupt. Too. Simes. 
M jo. Hoi; Wa ing.. 
Rev. Dean Blnitdeti) 
Wm. Meade Ogle, Efq; 
T! o..Tii pine, Eiq* 
*§Majfor Wm. Bury. 
Rev. Wm. Maxwell. 
Rev. Doctor Connor. 



Rev. Singleton Ilarpur. i 
* Lt. Col. Bettefwortbi 
M ijor Cane. 
1 aptain Prelton. 
* N i n i o r Corneille. 



JOr 



Hall. 



James W ilion, Efq; M 
*Ca<pr.J< feph Atkinfoa, 
*M .jor Reid. 
Major JJrady. 
Wm. Cokhurft, Eftt I 
*MaJ. G. valiancy. 
Nicholas Evan?, Efq;« 1 
Rev Dr H.-L. VV Ofli.j 
*G. Nichols, Twn.Maj! 
^.Nicholas Gay, E:<j; . 
*Danitl Corneille, Efd 
Major rrcemantle. 
fCpl. Fav. cett. 
G.Stewart, Ff. gtir'.CM 
j ) r. Q u i n , P h y fi ci anG eH 
Ca^t, Pratt. 



\ Rev. Nat. Smith. 
§Sh fItn.Haiffto:?^-,}: : .^Capt. Eoward Canrller. j 

And the rel^a or' the late General pjefron, having* given to the SocietJj 
a Bjeofa&iop of Fifty Pounds S.erling, ia a Governefs hy Charter. 

A Donation ol" Thr^e Guineas conllifiues the Donor a Governor fof)l 
flu- Year, and Tv eruy r;«irteas a Govcrno for Life. 
. T:ea r c:-er, Right U 'n. David Latoucl e. Chaplain, Rev. Hugh p-'NeM 
Secretary zn<* zhhvz Treaj'urer Rev. Robert Burrowes, No. 7, T/tni.'fi) 
Co 'If ft. Phy^cwm, Dr. john-Ch2rk^ Flcury, No. 63, Great- George 
Mr&*i Snttb, Surgeon, f>--. Alexan. Lindlay, Grnfton-Jireet. 

Subscription* and Behcfaainns are received at all the Banks in DuUKU 
and bv 'he Trea.AireS, Secreiavv, or any Governor 

MF^H f BFR Nf AN V A R FNiTsOC^TY"! N DUBLIN, to. Mairfl 
I (pitting, Edi: eating, an<i Appi enticing: the Orphans and <(!)hiidrB 
ift decay ed Seamen in His MAJESTY'S NAVY, and Merchants fervjl 
Cince »?^<>» 660 Boy^ H«ve l>cen Itttt^d, of whom 369 have been Jj 
pfe«}ticeO to the .St-a Servic*, am' far . 9 1 baard the-RovalNavy, 1 14 now I 
<he Kur^ery TTlut Sooejy meet t b « H it Monday in Nov. Feb. May, ana* 
hug. and me Committee of Fifteen, ine hi it Moudav in every Month.! 



Hiberniaa Society. — ^-Lying-in-Hofoital. 
His Excellency, the LORD LIEUTENANT, Prefident 



8 9 



Vice Prefident s 
)uke of Leinfter. 
^.ord Chancellor 
It Hon John Fofler 
ohn Wallis, Efi|; 
irAIex.Schomberg, Kt 
havers Hartley, kfq; 
V.Je>Fray,Sen.Efq;V.P. 



LelandCrofthwaite$E% 
Hall Lamb, Efq; 4 
Rev. Dr. Adanafon. ' 
Dr. William Grev. 
Aler. J affray, Eq':V. P. 
Ja-nes Donovan, Efq; 
Alderman Carle, on. 
J -hn Dawfon, Ef j; 



Committee of Fifteen. 
John Wallis, Efq; 
Sir Alex. 8chomberg,Kt. 
Tr avers Hartley, Elq; 
John White, Efq; 
Capt. Lam!). Brabazon 
Alex. Worthington, Efq: 
Ephr. Hutchifon, Eiq; 
by the Charter, twenty Guineas entitles ihe Donor to be a Governor for 
>ife. Secretaries, Alexander Worthington, and Eph. Huuhinfon, Efqfa. 
reafurer, Governors of the Bank or" Ireland. IV h r iilef,M:.PeterMontfort, 
o. $, Eufiacejireet. Chaplain, Rev. Chriftopner Adamion. Piiyllcian, 
)r. Wm. Gray, No. n Jervis-fr. Surgeon, Francis L'E'h-ange, Efq; 
Villiam-jli e<t. Apothecary, Mr. Stephen Reynolds, St. Andrew-jireet 

Benefactions will be received by all the Governors, 5c at the Bank^ in 
7ub!in, Coik, Belfaft, Watcrfoi d and Clonmell, and by all the Collector* 
^f his MajeUy's Revenue in Ireland. By MeiTVs. Nelbitt, and Stewart, 
fqrs. ALlermanbury, Wm. Lyndon, Efq; Great Ri der-ftreet, and Sam. 
Jneyd, Elq; Arlington-fir. MeiTrs.H. Sc J. johnUm, CoL man Street Buitdingt 
.ondon; Samuel Span, Efq; Briflol ; John Blackburn, Efq; Liverpooie; 
I'Ties Polliott, Efq; Chefler. 

1~ iHK HOSPITAL FOR THL ETelTeF OF 1'OOk LYING-I N WO- 
MEN jn Dublin, ( the fir ft or the Kind in His Majelty*s Dominions,) 
rate opened in GeorgeVlane, 25 of Match 1 745, by the late Dr. BARTHO- 
LOMEW MOSSF, who, with the Afliftance of feveral charitable Benefac- 
10ns, fupported the fame near 12 Years • And having built the New Hof- 
al in G:eat Bntain-llreet, (for which he alio obtained a Charier,) the 
ame was opened for the Reception of patients, 8 Dec. 1757 
The Siate of the New Hofpital, from the Opening, to 31 Ocl. 1791. 
Delivered in the Hofpital, 29537 VVo^eii, or 1^759 Boys, and 14283 
>trU. — 49H had Twins and more, ti e had 3, and one had ,} Children. 

THE GOVERNORS AND GU A RDI --NS OF THE HOSPITAL 
lis Excellency, The Lofcn Ll EUTt#AMT, Prefident. V' .P.yice Pre/idents* 
>OVRS.r.ff>ctnt.6yC/:art.\Wm. Bury, Ef,- IHenry Biuen, Efq ; 



IHn. Ld. Mount joy, V.T 
F.dw. Ravi of Kimjlton. 
George Putland, Fiq; 
urn. Crokei King, Elq; 
<t. H. H. T. Clements. 
Thomas Maunfell, B% 
U. Hon. David Latouche, 
Arth. S. E&i 1 of An an 
Piederick Trench, Efq; 
William Harvey, M. D. 
J .Prendevgalr > Smyih,Efo; 
-ion. Hercules Rosvlt). 
.ord Cakdon. 
<t. Hon. John Fuller 
\obert Roltv, Efq; 
[ofeph Clarke, M. D. 
Kt. Hon. Tbo. Cot. oily 
fho. Eajl ol Beehive. 



>ir J. Hoare. Bait. 
rVter Latouche, Efq; 
/V. D. La louche, Efq; 
G. W. Molvneux, fcfq^ 
Hon. W. W. Pole 
Lord Vilcount Dillon 
John La Touche Ffq; 
(Vv.D.HoW&idS'Georgt* 
Archb (hop of CaOie) 
j mes Somerville, Efu; 
Wii f i a mRathbor a e, E fq -, 
\ ktfaader jafrVav, Elq; 
ft* Walt -B akektrwaa 
Hon. Baron l J ower. 
Arch. Bp. of Tuam. 
,d. Vifc. Powerlcourt. 
vVm. Cope, Elq; 
Denis Bowes Duly, Efp- 



qo Smith's School. BIue-Coat-Hofpital. Royal Hofpital . 



Matter of the Hofpital, Jofeph Clarke, M. D. Confulting Phyfician. 
William Harvey, M. D. Chaplain. Rev. Do&or Wm. Ould. Sureeon 
to the Hoioital, Samuel Croker King, Elq; A Mi ft ants to the Maftef, 
Francis Hopkins, M. D. an! John Pentland, M. D. Matron, Mrs. Ann 
Orr. Houfe-keeper, Mi S. Elizabeth Dennifton. Apothecary, Mr. John 
Wade. Secretary, Regifter and Agent, Benjamin Higgins, Efq; Moon* 
fireet. Receiver of Cafh, Mr. B. K. Cunliffe, at the Rotunda. 

Benefactions are received bv ail the Governors, tnd by the Secretary. 



Governors of the Schools, and other Charities, founded by Erafm. Smith, Efq-, 
according- to their dates ef Election. The Charter dated 26 March, 1669. 



LORD Primate. 
Ld. Abp.of Dublin 
Lord Chancellor. 
Ld.Cf.Juft.KingsBench 
Ld. Cf.Juft. Com. Pleas. 
Ld.Cf Baron of £xcheq. 
Provoft of Trinity Col- 
lege (now Treaiurer.) 
All for the Time being. 
Rt.Hon. Jortiua Cooper. 
Karl of Shannon. 
Lord Vifconnt Pery. 
Si<- Lucius O'Brien, Bt. 



Earl Roden. 
Rt. Hon. John Fofter. 
Ld. Archbp. of Tuarn. 
Sydenh. Singleton, Elq; 
Duke of Leinfter. 
Lord Abp. of Cafhel. 
StephenRadclifFJ.U.D" 
fohn Leitjh, Efq; 
Lord Bp. of Clogher. 
Hen. Ld. Bp. ot Meath 
Rt. H. W.Conyngham. 
Lord Bp. of Kildare. 



Lord Donoughmore. 
Archdeacon Halting*. 
Denis-Bovves Da!y,E q; 
Lord Bp. of Waterford. 
Prime Serj. Fitzgerald. 
Lord 8 p. of OiTory 
R.HonW.Brab.Ponfonby 
Lord Mayor of Dublin. 
Recorder of Dublin. 
Aid. Sir Thot.Blackall 
Aid. Philip Crampton. 
[ two vacant. ] 



Regifter and Agent, John and Samuel Cooper, Efqrs. Treijury Chambers. 



Governors of The BLUE-COAT HOSPITAL, in for educating, 
maintaining, cloathing, and Apprenticing the Sons of reduced Citizens tf 
Dublin : Containing about 170 Boys. The Charter, dated 5 Dec. 1670. \ 



"T OrdMayor,Record. 
L, Aldermen, Sheriffs, 
SheriffsPeers,MalLor St. 
Ann's Guild, (now 
IfaaoAmb. Eccles,Efq) 
and SeniorMafter of Tri- 
nity Guild (now 



Jackfon, Efq;) 

All for theTime being. 
Jofeph Kane, Efq-, 
Bifhop of Kildare. 
R.H.J. HelyHutchinfon 
Earl Roden. 
Sir Lucius O Brien, Bt 



HisGrace theL. Primate 
Dr. Clement Archer. 
Dr. Wm. Harvev, Phy- 
fician to the Hofpital. 
Archbiftop ofCafliell. \ 
Bifliop of Cork. 



They meet at the Hofpital, the firft luejday in every Month. 

10000/. Has been expended in rebuilding this lUfpital, ajld about 3«oo/, . 
would finifh the work in a manner capable of >eceiving many more ChiN 
dren than were on the old foundation, the Corporation of th« City coutii- 
butes largely, paying annually 465/. 

Chaplain and Schoolmafter, Rev. Allen Morgan, A. B. Agertt and 
Regtfter, John Wilfon, Efq; Steward, Hare. Lightburne*, Efq; Writing and 
M:ithem*iical Mafter, Mr. Jas. Richardfon. Houfekeeper, Mrs. Reb. White 
*«d Mil's J- White All at the Hofpital. Surpeon, Mr. John Wkiteway* 
Upper Stafford-Mr. Apothecary, Mr. Samut! War 4, Bridge- fir. 



loyal Hofpital. Charitable Infirmary. Steeven'sHofpjtal. 91 

}ovz*vo*s tf the ROYAL HOSPITAL near Kilmainham,/tfr mntmt 

and maimed Officers and Soldiers of the Army ^Ireland. 
J.B. The Officers marked thus *, are now dij continued-, but Governors are defi- 
ed, or appointed, purfuaut t$ the Charter, as if thofe Offices were ftill in 
being. Thus § marked, the Office is continued, but the Name of it altered* 

FT I S Excellency, the LORD 
rl LIEUTENANT. 
.d.Fr'Vn HisGrace,Dr.Rd.Robinfon. 



A. Abp.ofDub.hisGraceDr.R . Fowlpr 
,d. Chancellor, J. BaronFitzgibbon. 
Marfh.oftheArmy,Lt.Gn.E.Maffey. 
rfafLo f the Ord.Cla.I4. of Drogheda 
.ord Chief Juftice of the King's Bh« 

Right Hon. John, Vifct.CJonmell. 
■ordChief Jufl. of the Common Pleas, 

Right Hon. Hugh, BaronCarleton. 
,ord Chief Barofi of the Exchequer, 

Rt. Hon. Barry Yelverton. 
lec.of State,~Rt.Hon.J.H.Hutchinfon 
4-jor Gen. of Foot, r— — . 



Gen, R. H. H. E. of Ctrhampton. 
*Commiflary General of the Horfe, 

Major Gen. Robert Sandford. 
Mufter Matter Gen. — — — - 
§Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, 

Colonel, William Richardfon. 
♦Capt. of theTroop of Horfe Guards, 

Lieut. Gen. George Warde. 
♦Lieu.Col.of the Regiment of Guards, 

Lieut. Gen. James Johnfton. 
♦Quarter Matter Gen. Of the Horfe. 

Col. William Faweett. 
*Major of the Regiment of G»ard* 

Maj. Gen. David Dundafs. 
Mailer of the Hofpital, Rt. Hon. 
Col of the Regiment of Guards, M j Lieut Gen. Wm -Au^uftus Pitt. 

Deputy Matter, Lt. Col. Bullen Fancourt, Chaplain, Re T.Hen.Oofton, 
V.M. Auditor and Regifter, Charles Hudfon, Efq, Phylkian, Doctor 
Charles • William Quiii. Payrrutter, Lorenzo Moore, Elq^ Surgeon, 
4f. George Renny. Reader, Rev. Geo. Veley, lyl. A- Providore, 
4e{f. Caleb and Thomas-Robert JJndei wood. Apothecary, Mr. Roger 
)ockery, Butler, Fueller, and Chamber-lain, Mr, W. Atkinfon, Regif* 
er's Clerk, Mr. Robert Cordner. All at the Hojpual. 

rHE CHARITABLE INFIRMARY (removed from the InnVQuay). 
to No. 14, Jervis jireet, (the hi ll Hoult of that Kind, to which the 
uterable Poor of this City anil Kingdom, ever had Accel's ror Relief in 
icir different Dittempers) was opened iz Augift, 172.8. Six Surgeons wer« 
ie Founders of this Charity. 
Dr. Patrick Plunket, No. 32, Jervir-freet, and Dr. Wm. O'Dwyer, 
o. 1 2,Ujber 's-I/L Phvficians vilu onTuefdays and Fridays: andH. Lvfter, 
umberland-ftreet, Rob. No. 49, Hem y jlrect> George Sttwan, 

fq; Surgeon-General, ' Molejiocrtb-Jlt eet^ Francis Mc. Evoy, No, 58, 
tbbey-/treet % John Ford, No. 62, Jeryis jheet, Richard * Sparrow, 
\o. 7, Euftace-jlrctt, Henry Lylter, jun. No. 16, N. Earl-jlreet 
Mc. Evoy, Abroad^ and Paul Houllen, Upper Jem s Jit -eet ; Surgeons, 
ifjt daily in Turn, and all ferve without Rtward. 

Governors of Dr. Steevens's J4ofpital, (No«23.) 
Incorporated by Ad cj Parliament. 1730 



/Dean o! St. Patrick's. 
Pi ovott of Trinity Col. 
Sutgeon-General. 
ALL for the Tjmeheing. 
Thomas Cobbe, Efq-, 
Hen. Vifc. Palmer (Ion 
|ohn Whiieway, Efq; 
joleph Henry, Eiq-, 



J .Lei^h, Elq-, Treafurer. 
John Koch fort, tfiu 
Sir lien. Chapman, Bt, 
Dr. Clement Archei . 
Dr. William Harvey. 
Rt. Hon. James Culf, 
Samuel Crokei King,Eftj 
Rv. A'whdeacvi) Halting 



9* Steeven's, Mcucrs, St. Patrick.and Nich- and Cath. Hofpsv 

Vifiting ana rec+.%ing Days, Mondays and Friday /, at Eleven. > 
The Patients to prefent them ieives before 1 1, with Ceitificates of their Po-- 
Terty, figned by one or n ore Governors, orby theMinifter and Church-war- 
dens of their Parifhes. — Perfons under fudden Accidents received at allTimes. 

Under Cure Sept. 30 1790, 1 27, admitted in 1 791, 917, in all 1044.—. 
Cured in 1791, 861, Incurable 3, IrreguUr 8, Died 40, under Cure 
Sept. 30, 1791, 131, in all 1044. 

Vifiting Surgeons, John ^Oiiteway, Efq-, Stafford-fir. and Sam. Croker 
K\ng,Wq,Jervis-Jr. Ph) fician, Dr. W .Htrvty y Dominick-fir. Afii ft. Surgeon.', . 
Mr. James Boyton, St. Andrew-fir. and Mr. R. Smyth Obre, St afford -fir. 
Refiaent Surgeon, Mr. Philip Woodroofe. Chaplain, Rev. Brindlley Nixon 
St eward, Mr. John Thompion. Apothecary, Mr. JohnCowen. Matron I 
Mrs.Jane M'Kenzie, Regifter andReceiver, Mr. Benj. ]o\m\'on y JVilliam-fit %x 
This Hofpital is capable of containing 300 Patients. Mo. of Beds 129. 



MERCER's HOSPITAL in Stephen-fir. v. as opened for the reception 
of the Sick Poor in Auguft, 1734, being then a Houfe built by Mrs e . 
Mercer, containing only 10 Beds tor Patients : That Number has 
been gradually increafed to .61, which are continually full. The Hofpiia) ■■ 
might contain more Beds, if the Fund was l'ufficient to fupport them. Thetj 
Governors were incorporated by Act of Parliament in 1750. Dr. Edward J 
Hill y Barcourt-fireet } and Dr Francis Hopisina, Stephen s-Jtreet, Phylician?, , 
vjfit the Out-patients, Mondays and Fridays, the Inicms arc d^ily vifite<Ji 
when occafion requires it. MefiYs. Gullavus Hume, Suffolk-fireet . Sir 
Henry J ebb, Kt. fViiiiam-Jireet. Rice Gibbin, Chancery-lane. brands* 
L'Strange, Chatham-fir J. Taylor, St. Andrew fir. and J?p. Crafel«J 
Mercer"s-fireet. Surgeons vifit daily in their turns, and all lerve without, t! 
Reward. 

Receipts are given by Sir Francis Hutchinfon, Bart. Tr eajurer. for il 
Subfcripiiono and Beneiaclions paid to him : Subfcriptions arid Benefac-- 
tions are alio reeeived by the Phyficians and Surgeons or the Holpitaflj 
and by Mr. Win. Houfton, Steward to the Hofpital. Old Linen greatly.,,! 
panted. 



SAINT PATRICK'S HOSPITAL, for Lunaticks 2^ fdeois, wa> rounded') 
in 1745, by Dr. Jonathan Switt, Dean of St. Patrick':, and incorporated . 
b") Charter, 8 Aug. 1746. 

Prefent Governors. Lord Pi innate, Lord Chancellor, Abp of Dublin, Deann 
• f Chi ill-Church and St. Patrick's, State Phyfician, and Surgeon GeneraH , 
ALL tor the Time being. Right Hon. john Poller, Tho. Cobb, Efq; , 
Rt. Hon. john Ueresford, Rev. Dr. John Lyo:., Rev. Dr Thomas Paul,, 
Rev. Archdeacon Hayings and Rev< . Robtit Fowler,, A.M. 

Treafurer and Phyf:cian to the '. Hbl|>iu) , Robert Emmet, Efq; State : 
Phyfician, F. R. S. Stephens-green, tt'efi. Secictary, Rev. Aich. 
Hallings." Surg« on, Mr. John Whitcway, St after d-fiteet. Apothecary! 
Mr. Robert PowtH- Thomas-fir eet . Maftei of the Hofpital, Mr. Timothy | 
Mahony.Houfekeej eis,MclTi s. Dorothea a!uiEli2abethHaiikinfon,hot h|at the 
Hofpital Receiver or the U nts, Charle* Hamilton, Eiqj Sat kvilU'-Jtreet. . 



THE UNITED HOSPITALS OF St. NICHOLAS and St. CA4 I 
THERlNE, in Francis-fireet, the fiift ellablilheo in that populous 1 
fart of the City, was opened i Apr. 1753, and is capable of leceiving; 



ich. and Catherine Hof. Houfc of Induftry. Meath Hofp. 93 

> Intern Surgical Patients. Meflrs. Michael Keogh and Mark 
arke, Meath-ftreet, J. Sullivan, Mar f s- Abbey, William Deafe, UfieSs 
j uay. J. O'Berne, Vicar-ftreet, Gabriel Clarke, No. j^o. and Meath-fir 
\ t. Doyle, No. 7, Mont rath-fir. Surgeons, atttnd alternately,every Morn« 
\ g from 10 till 12. All ferve without Fee or Reward. 

Every Monday at 12 o'clock is appointed for the Reception of Patients 
udden Accidents excepted) each bringing a Certificate figned by three Sub- 



r HE HOUSE of INDUSTRY in Ch a nnel Row, under the Direc- 
tion of the Corporation inffituted for the relief nf the Poor and for Punifb- 
g Vagabonds &c in the County of the City of Dublin, opened on the 8th. 
f Nov. 1773, fuppoi ted hitherto by Parochial Collections made from 
loufe- to Ho ufe, Annual Subferiptions, Charitable Donations, Royal Bonn- 
es, Parliamentary Aid, and by the profits arifing from the labour of thePoor, 
There are commodious Wards let apart for the Aged and Infirm, a largt 
lofpital for the Sick, remote from the habitations of the Healthy, and a 
iw (-ells for Lunaticks in a retired and airy Situation. 

Donations are received by the Board, which is held on Mondays, at 1 2 
"clock, by John Latouche, Efq; Treasurer, or by Mr. W, Henderfori, 
lec clary. Attending Physicians, Dr. G. Barrpwes, No. 34, 
VI arlbtrough Jlreet , and Dr. H. Mc. Neven, Jer vis-firect. Conluhing 
'hyfician, Dr. R. Scott, No. 19, Marlhoro'-fir. Surgeon, Mr. Jas. Hen- 
horn, No. 16, St. Andreivfi. A Aidant Surgeons Mr. Francis L*Efl range, 
'no. 7. Chatkam-dreet, and Mr, Robeit Moore Peile, Am flrett. South, 
3onlulting Surgeon, Mr. Phil. WoodioolTe, No. 2, St. Andqeiv ftrtet. 

vho attend gratis Refident Apothecary, Mr. John Mc. Nally. — 

vie. William Hcnderlon, Secretary, ami Aflittant Trcafu.er. Mr. 
'.uftavus Wilde, Steward; Mrs. Miry Clarke, Houfe-kteper ; M:s. 
Ifabella Barrow, Superintcndant o( the Hofpital. 



Hp HE MEATH HOSIMTAL, appointed the County Infirmary for the 
? County of,Dublin by Ac~r of Parliament, in the Year 1774, was at rirft 
niiituted to relieve the Poor Manufacturers in THE PARI, OF MEATH'* 
.IBERTY, and has for above thefe 20 Years pift fupported Annually from 
150 to 300 Interns, and relieved by Medicine ana Attendance at tettftaooo 
7 .xtcins Yearly. The Governors have built a large commodious Houfe, on 
he Combe (originally conilruclcd for an Hofpital) at above Stood. Edpencc, 
,nd fii ted it up properly. 

All Perfons paying 20 Cuineasbecome Governors for Life; and fuchfl& 
ia> 3 Guineas annually are Governors ror 0'ie Year, hiv ing a Power 
ni all Times when there is a Vacancy, or upon any hidden Emergency ) of 
fending a Patient into the H ufe. 

Atunding Phyfici .n^, Dx.C\or Tho. Kvory, No. 23, Ma- ilzrongh-ft 
Ductus Daniel Bryan, No. 5. UJl>er^ s-ljlcmd . Attending Smecon ,Mefi. \Vrr, 
Vance, llrael Read, peprge CP Brine. Patrick RpoaVy, l»ei». Wjl^' 
and S'doman Richard. All of whom have rtiigjied to the Holpitfl 
tK b.tunty of 100I. annually paid by Government, and line wiiho; > 
Kee 01 Reward. In the |a(t Year, fix additional Beds have been fiut ) 
10- ippiupi iated lor Vent real Patients, whic£ are cpnflantiy kept full, ] 



libers. 




94 Governors of the Foundling Hopital. 

GOVERNORS of /^FOUNDLING-HOSPITAL and WORK-HOUSE* 
of the City of Dublin. Appointed in 1772, by Ad of Parliament. 



IORD Lieutenant 
v Lord Primate 
Lord Chancellor 
Archbifhop of Dublin 
$Lord iVJayor of Dublin 
Speaker of the H. Houfe 

of Commons 
Ld.of the Manor of Tho- 
rn as- Court andDonore 
Chancel, of the Exche- 
quer. PrincipalSecretary 
of State. LordChief Jui't. 
K's B.LordC. Juft.Com. 
Pleas. Lord Chief Baron, 
Excheq. Prime Serjeant 
Attorney General. 
Solicitor General. 
Vicar General of Dublin 
Dean of Chrift-Church, 

Dublin. 
§Dean of St. Patrick's, 

Dublin 
Recorder of Dublin 
State Phyfician. 
PhylicianG. o\ the Army 
Surgeon General, 
State Surgeon. 
Governor of theCountv 

of Dublin. 
Chairman of the Scllions 

of Kilmainham. 
Sen. of St. Sepulchre's 
^Senefc. of Tho. Court, 
Senefctval of Grange 

Gorman. 
Senefc of St 



Vicar of St. Andrew's, 

^Hcn Jn.He<witt y AM. 
Vicar of St. Anne's, 
Robert Fcwler, A.M. 
Prebend, of St. Audoen't 
Tbovtas Cradock, A.M 
Curate of St. Bridget's, 

Waifb. 

Vicar of St. Catharine'* 

James White law, A. B 
Vicar of St. james'i 

William Scott, A B. 
Prebendr. of St. John't 

John Drury 9 A. M, 
Curate of St. Luke's, 



VicarofSt.Maik's, John 

Waller, D.D. 
Rector of St. Mary's 
^DtKieBlundcll, D. D< 
Prebend, or S.MichaePt 
William Dobbin, t> D, 
Pr*hend. of St Michan' 
7&L Rtbirfov, D. D. 
Curate of St. Nicholas 

w ithin. 
John Bradfhciv, A. M. 
Curate ot S. Nicholas 
without, 

Walt . B . Kir <wa», A. M. 
Rector of St. PauIV 

§ S. Murray, D.D. 
Vicar ot St. Peter's, 
I Tho. HajlingSyL, L.D 
Archdeacon ot Dublin. 
Patrick's, j Rec"tor 01 St. Tfxo • asV 



Stnef. or Kilmainham 
Miaft. of UoyalHofpital. 
Member* of P&rUanaeni 

City of Dublin, viz. 
§Lo-d Hen. Fitzgerald' 
jjR>.. Hon. Hen Orai tan 
Member* n\ I'a- 1 i amem 

CourUjtot Dublin. */u 
Sir R, Newenham, Kt 
John Finla\, Elq; 
The Lord-Mayor, ano 

Board of Aldermen. 
The two City Sheriff* . 
Hi^.h Sheriff or" the Co 

01 Dublin. 



^Thomas foul, L.L.D 
v'Jurateoi St.. Werbu- gh's 
^Richard Hour ne , A. JM 
i i o v k r N o r s ttpfiotntea 
by J aid Act, or efe&tr 
jin t e. (No. 96.) 

;\a; f of Kerry 
Ma^ni* of Lanldowfi. 
V ari or Shannon 
Carl of Vloira, P. R. f.< 
Eai I of Cha. t em out. 
Bifhop ot Cloyne. 
§ 'iitliop of Kildaie. 
t .ord Vii'c. Cremome 
Lord Vile Loftus of Ely. 



Lord Lei trim. 
§Earl of Mayo 
John, Baron Dillon. 
Robert Alexander, Efq- 
Hon. Rich. Annefley. 
}Rt. Hon. Sir John Bla. 

quiere, Bart. 
§Hugh Bowen, Efq; 
Rt.Hon. W. Brownlovr. 
§Bere«ford Burfton,Efq. 
:Wm. Bury, Efq; 
§Hugh Cane, Efq; 
Rt. Hon. Edward Cary 
§Nat. Cavenagh, Efq; 
Rt. Hon. Hen. Theo. 

Clements. 
Thomas Cobbe, Efq; 
Rt. Hon. Tho. Conolly. 
Rt.H.Wm. Conyngham. 
Maurice Copinger, Efq^ 
$John Corncille Elq; 
Uthur Craven, Efq; 
^Morgan Crofton/Efqj 
Rev. Henry Croiton. 
Jafper Dtbiilay, Eiq; 
John Doyle, Elq; 
^Charles Euftace, Efq; 
^MaximiliariFavitri e,Ef. 
Sir Frederick Flood, I3f. 
^John Godly, Efq; 
§ Thomas G'>o'd, Efq; 
§Charles Gordon, Elq; 
William Gore, Efq; 
Rt.Hon. Henry Grattan. 
Major Win. Hall. 
George Hart, Efq; 

John H.iteh. Ffq; 

■)i}amuel Ha yew, Efq; 
Robert Helkn, Efq; 
Ephr. Hutchir.lonjlfq; 
^trFran.Hutchinlon, lit, 
S«r Rich. Johnlton,iH. ' 

Gilbert King, Elq; 
JoJt'pJi Kanr, Efi|; 
§Thu. Kin^lbu.), Efq; 
y^hn Ladeve/e, Elq- 
Sir Her. Langnlhe, Bt. 
V<t. Hon. p.Latoucbfi 
§John Lajouche, Rfq. 
^Pctcr Latouche, Kf^« 
D. Latouche, J m,. Efq; 



Governors of the Foundling Hofpital. 



ohn Lees, Efq; 
jJoKn Leigh, Efq; 
Robert Leigh, Efq; 
^Sir Edward Leflie, Bt. 
Sir Edward Loftus, Bt. 
[Jorge* Lowther, Efq*, 
| ohn Lyller, Efq; 
R.H. J. Monc£ Mafon 
§HughH. Mitchell, Efq; 
Rt.Ho.Sir Capel Moly- 

netf*, Bart. 
Geo. Paul Monck, Efq; 
C.-SianleyMonck, Efq; 
§Lodge Morres, Efq; 
Sir William Gleadowe 

Newcomen, Bart. 
Sir Ed. Newt nham,K.t. 
Rt. Hon. George Ogle. 
§ James Oimiby, Efq; 
Charles Quin, Efq; 



John Rochfort, Elq; 
Rt.Hon. Her. Langford 

Rowley 
Syden. Singleton, Efq; 
§Jofeph Sirr, Efq; 
§Ambrole Smith, Efq; 
§Hon. & Rev. Dean 

Stopford. 
^Hamilton Stuart, Efq; 
^FrederickTrench, £iq; 
§John Willis, Efq; 
Holt Waring, Elq; 
§ Edmund Weld, Efq; 
§ John Whiteway, Efq. 
§john Wilfon,Efq; 
H.T.Worthington,Efq; 
§Peter Wybrants,Ef. | ; 
Tre a s u r er, Mr. 

Eugene Sweny. 
Remitters Mefffs. ]<l n 

and A* Bailie. 



95 

Chapl.Rev.H. Crofton, 
Phyfician, Dr. W.Harvey 
Surgeon, Mr. Philip 

Woodroofe. 
Refident Apothecary, 
Mr.Jas. ShaughnifTy. 
Supervisor of the L ol lec- 
tor?, Mr.Wn .Meares, 
Nertkumberland-Jlreet . 
Superinteudaiu of the 
feveralFa&oi ies in the 
houleand uurfery Gar* 
dens, Mr. Solomoa 
Delane. 
Quarter AJJemblies are 
held at the fVork-hwjt* 
on every znd.Dajof Feb. 
I ft. May, Aug. and Nov. 
l I are a Quorum, 



Thomas Winder, Elq; 

Collectors, of the Tax on houfes, J. Wifeheait, EJJ'ex Street, J. Kearnv. 
Glover's- Alley, Jofcph Whitty, Dvrfct-Jtreet, Jof. Chabeteau, ~FiJbambie-' 
ftrcet. 

CHILDREN admitted int»the FOUNDLING HOSPITAL, from 24 Jui.C 
1790, to 24 June 179* , and ko<w dtjpofed of. 
In the Houfe, 24 June 1790. 
Above tt&und«i 16 Years of age 493 
Drafted from the Nuifery - - 76 
Returned from the Country 

tnd from Apprenticeship - 27 



109 

20 
7 
44 



Apprenticed to 24 June, 1791, 
Died in the fame time 
Eloped the lame time - - 
Large allowance - - - 
Sent to the Country for Health, 
Total $96 DiRha ged 

qin the Houfe 24 June, 1750, - 41 1 

Bef.de. 18 Poor above ,6 ^ Years , of Age moft of whom are gr Cwn Chil- 
rfren reared in the Houfe who by the.r Diforders have been readerod unfi* 
to be Apprenticed.— 28 Servant, and 34 Nurfes. 

9h 
125 

4i 

1 268 



Infants, in the Nurfery, 24 June 

«7V° " - ; 35 
Admitted during the year - 2191 
Returned from tfce Country - 41 



Ai Nurfe 24 June 1790 
Stnt tn Nurfe - - . 



Total 2268 

4576 
- - 989 

Total 5s** 



tfent to Nurfe during the year 
Died ia the Nurfery 
Given to Parents - . „ 
In the Nurfe; f 14 June 1791 

Total 

Struck oil the Books payment, not 

being demanded - 
Died at Nurfe 
Returned from Nurfe, 
Returned to be drafted 
Remain at Nurfe 24 June 170 

Totn 




96 Hjf. for Inciiralres. Royal Milit. Innr. Sinipfon's Hof. 

THE NEW HOSPITAL tor INCURABLES, in 1 oionj end-fir . is attend- 
ed by Thomas Smith and Solomon Richards, Efqrs Surgeons. 

COMMISSIONERS at the King's Roy at. Military In firm at. y 
i ft' the P/:xnj\-- Park y for Tick and wounded Soldiers of the A: my. 
The Commander in Chief; Lieut. Gen. Majors Gen. Qnate. -Mdfh r 
Gen. Adjutant Gen. Mufter-maltei Gen. Deputy Vice-Treamrer ; Sur- 
vc\ >»r Gen. Phyfician Gen. and Surgeon Gen. All for the Time being. 

Surgeon, Mr. Ralph Smyth Obre, Abbey-jl. Apothecary, Mr. A. Trevor. 
Steward, Mr. Jof. Wigellfworth, Storekeeper, Mr. Philip Godfrey. 

SIMPSONS HOSPITAL in Great BiHtlh Street, for the Receptio 
of poor decayed, blind and gouty Men, incorporated by Act of Par- 
liament in March 1780, was -opened in Nov. 1 781. under the Direction 
of the undernamed Truflees. 

Travers Hartley, Efq; j Matt. Coleman, Efq; \ Major Kii g. 
Morgan Crofton, Efq-, FortefcueGorman,Efq J Rev. Singleton Harpur 
Alex. Jaffray, Efq; William Bury, Elq; ( Hugh Croftoa, Efq; 

Nevill Forth, EU], j John Leigh, Efq; ; Rev. Dean C.rleton. 

Martin Brownly, Efc# f Andw. Caldwell, Efq, 

Ph)fician, Dr. Henry Max well. Surgeon, Mr. Thomas Smith, Great* 
George* $- ft reet. Confulting Su- geon, Rt. Bowes, Efq; Heury-Jlrtci . Apo- 
thecary, Mr. Sam. Want, Bridgc-ftreet , Regifter and Agent, Chriftopher 
Deey, Efq; Ct ampton-Court . Steward, Mr. John Frazer. Houiekteper, 
Mrs. Mariana Anderfon, both at the Hofpital. 

They have four qnarterly Meetings, viz. the firft Monday in February 
M*y, Auguft, and November. 



Dublin General Difpenfary. 

THE DUBLIN GENERAL DISPENSARY, in the Old Pott-office YarV, 
was inftituted by fix Phyficians and fix Surgeons, to afford Medical 
tnd Surgical Afliftance, and to difpenfe Medicines f fick Poor, who can- 
not get into Ho'pitals, or who from tender Age, the infectious Nature of 
their Complaints, or whofe Cafes requiring Air and Exercile, are improper 

Ol.jecis to be admitted into them. It is alio the beoevolent Deilgn of 

the InlVitution to relieve various Descriptions of nectflltous Invalids, who 
though tfBi&ed with lingering Difeafes, ate not wholly incapacitated from 
earn:;i2 Subfiftance for their hclplefs Famdies. 

A Phyfician and Surgeon attend every Morning (except Sunday ) to pre- 
icribe for a*;d drefs fuch as aie able to come to the Difpenfary ; and there 
are a Phyfician and Surgeon to each of ihe fix Wards of the City, who vilit 
thofe that are confined to their Habitations. 

This mofl ufeful Charily is fupported by voluntary Contribution 81 Per- 
fons fubferibing five Guineas become Gov cr nois for tife y with the Libeity 

of having one Patient conftantly under Attendance the Sublet iption of 

• ne Guinea corflitutes a Governor, with the like Privilege fsr a 7*ear. 

•Subfcript ionfi are tt.ceived by the Prefident, Vice Prefident^ Ti ealiner, 
Annual CommittM for regulating the Charity, and kv the Phyfician* a:;« 
Surgeon*. 



Dublin Gen. Difpen fa iy. Police Hof. Gov. of Counties. 97 

His Grace the DUKE of LEINSTER, Prefident. 
Vice Prefident, the Rt. Hon. Lord Donoughrnare.— Trraiurcr, Sir Wm. G, 
Ncwcomen, Bart. aad Co.-— Committee of Twenty- one. 



Alex. Jaffray, Efq; 
Aid. Carleton, 
Mr. Rich Cave, Jun. 
Dr. Cleghorn. 
James Farrell, Efq; 
Colonel French. 
Rev. Mr. Gamble. 



Rev. Mr. Hall 
Mr. M. Jenkin. 
Hall Lamb, £fq; 
Rev. Mr. Let a Mere. 
Rev. Mr. McDowell, 
Jcremah D'.Olier, Ef 
Mr. George Paine. 



Capta-n Preftoi 
Arch. Red re rd. 
jof. S^ndwith, 
Rev. Dr. Sta^U 
Mr. William 1 



Phyficians, Doctors, Brereton, Perceval, Dickfon, Bell, Kennedy and 
Boyton; Surgeons, Bolger, Archer, Haftigan, Giaydoc, Le;;ke ami Rich- 
ard 1 ; Apothecary, Mr. Michael Farrtll ; Regitter and Receiver of 
gubferiptions, Mr. E.M Draffeu, No. 3F, PorJ [ef'fireet : 

From the 18th of October 1790, to the 1 3th o! October 1791, 1^52 
Patients applied tor Relief at this Chaiity, 827 0! whom werevretie^ed an 
the Difpenfary ; 425 were vifited at their own Homes ; '3 die j ; i [ were 
recommended to other Chanties (as not h*vmg the mean. 1 oi lublfftence 
at home) and 4 were difmiiftd incurable. On i ! <e book.., ij£th O 
1791, 107. — Perfons meeting with ludden Accidents will be iirunedtauly 
vifited on fend i rig to the Difpenfary. In cafes of apparent deavh, troni 
drowning fufTotation, &c. aififtai.ee i c hkeuife afforded. 

^he Public are referred for further paniculars 1 efpiftth^ ibis Charily , 

• Pamphlet to be had graiio at the Dijpcnary. 



A TEMPORARY HOSPITAL for the fitk and wounded or the Police, 
is opened at No. 4, Copper- Alley. — Hours of Attendance forExterns, 
from 10 to 12 daily. Surgeon, James h'enth^rn, Efift 
- 1 



COUNT I E S. *Cu.stodes Rotulorum. 



GOVERNORS of 
County of Antrim. 

Armagh. 
Lord Vifcount Gosford. 

County of Car low. 
William Burton, Efq; 
Beauch. Bagenall, Efq; 
Clement Woli'eley, , Efq; 
John Rochfoit, Efq; 

County of Cavan. 
•FarlotBellamont.K B. 

County of Clare* 
•Carl of Inchiquin 



County of Cork. 
Ld« Vii. Kinglboiough. 
Rt. Hon. Rich. Longfield. 

County of Donegal, 
Earl of Rofs. 
*Lord Left rim, 
R. Hon. Wm, Cony neham 
Sir Samuel Hayes, lit. 
Marquefs of Abercorn. 

County of D-j-ron. 
Mircjuefs or DownlTsi e. 

County if Dublin. 
Earl oi How>h, 

N 



Lord Mountj'iy. 
La",' Cirharv.ptcn. 

County of Fermanagh. 
Col. Mervyn Archdall 
•Earl of Ennifkilien. 
Larl Erne. 

Lord Vile .Loftus of Ely. 

County of Gakvay. 
W.P. Keat. rreuch,Ffq ; 
Marquefs of Cia.nrica th* 

CoHiitv of Kerry, 
F/arl <y\ K crry 
*L.i: 1 0': Gland*, e, ' 



9 s 

County of Ktldare, 
Duke of LeinOer 

County of Kilkenny. 
*Earj or Bcfsborough 

King's-Ccunty. 
*EarI or Di eg bed a 

County cf Lei trim. 
L^rd Leitirm, 
Kt.HonHenT. Clement? 

Cou n ty oj L t tneri ck . 
*Lo;d MuJktuy 
Londonderry Citx.andCc . 

and J o<wn oj Cc/era; ne. 
Hi. Hon. Tho. CoaoJi} 

County of L on? ford. 
Earl or Granard. 

County of LpWth, 
*Earl or CJanbraiTLl 

County of May , 
Lord Lucan 



Governors of Counties. 

Lord Kilm-iine 
' E n I ot An an 
\*ilt. Hon. James Cuff 
'Lord Viicount Dillon 
j County of iiUntighan. 
' *EariClei moot . 

-County of Meath. 
Earl 01 D/oglieda. 

Queen s -County. 
;*lUr! o* Drogher* 
\ Karl or Po> (a; i intern 
Uion.Wm. Welt ley Pole 
j County of R of common. 

r l o! Ktngilon 
Maurice M.-.hon, KfrJ; 

Edw. Croiton, Hi. 
Lord Vi coum Dillon. 

County cf S/igo. 
Rt.Hoii. jofhua Cooper 
Karl of Kingffon 
Charles O'Hai a, £Tq; 
♦Owen V/> nut-, Elq; 



M AGib T R A T E b of the Ci 
A Thione.Pev. Geo. $t. Geirge, 

^ ov J onn ^ ra y> aiui 

*i ho mas, Gent. Bailiffs. William 
Hansford, Efq^Rec.and Tn. Clck. 

A thy. George Daker, Efci; So v. 
Skm. ibpenter, Efq; Rec. Jn. Pur- 
ee!!, and Peter KnowiesCt. Bailiffs. 
Joi n Purcell. Gent. Town Clerk. 

Bahmglas Rt. Hon. Earl of A Id- 
borough, Sov. Movky Sauudct s,Elq; 
Dtp. Sov. Edward Well by, Elq; Rec. 
Tho Alien, Town Clerk, 

Bannow. Rev. John Nixon, Portr. 

Belfafl: Re\; Wni. Trcfto-w Sov. 
Rev. Wffl. Atkfnlbn, 1 own C lei k. 

Boyle. Rt. Hon Henry Ki»g, 
P.ui go-mafier. Rt. Hon. Earl of 
• Kir.eftod. Recorder. 

Callan. Sov Pat. Welch, Sen. Efq-, 

Dep. Soy Rtc J. Wheelci, 

Oti Town Cle-k, J<-. fclc.Le, n, Gt 

Carrickfergus. ifztfcfrl W'l 
i'on. E1<J; Mayor. Tho. Leg g fk '1 ho. 
Kirk, Efqrs. Shcr. Right, rior . Loid 
C'lner Baion Yelvertcn. Rtc. Dan. 
Kirk, lilij; 1 own Clck, 



Magi ft rates. 

County gf Tipperary. 
♦Lord Landaff. 

(i de Mont a It 
Richard Pciie;ather,Efq; 
Lo» i1 Li i mo re 

Couny of Tyrone. 
*L';: ( ] V'if Northland. 
Marquefs of Abeicorn. 

IValerford Ctty vSf Co. 
Mai quels of Waici foi d. 
County oj IVejuuiatfi, 
Earl of Belvedere 
Lord Vile. Delvm. 

County of IV ex ford. 
Lord Vile. Valcntia 
Ri. Hon. George Ogle. 
Ear ! or Ai ran 
♦Lord Vic. I. oft us ofF.i/ 

County of fVickisU. 
R H SirS*keir.Smytft,tf J 
Bon.B O'NealeSerai foil 
£i. ofAldboi ough,F.U .S. 
Samuel Hayes.j Eiq; 

i owns oi \ R KL A NT5i 

Cafhcl. Sam. Ai'evnf, F.fq. Mayor} 
Ahm Todd, and JohnScou, EfqrJ 
Bailiffs. Weldon Jordan, Gt. Tn, Ck. 
Charlemt.R.L i v i n e { { n n, E fq -.Yon. 
Clomines. Rev. JohnNixoii,P<vi tr. 
Cionmel. J. Luther, Efq ; Mayor. 
Geo. Ponfonby, Efq; Rec. j. Hackil 
and Geo. Hcaflop, Efqrs. Bailiffs. 
Colerane; Rd. Hek nd, El ( , ; Mayor. 
Cork. H- n. Puxley, E q. Mayor] 
H. Carleton, Efq- Rec. Js. Sadlid 
and Tho. Dei man, Efqrs. Sheriffs. 
Wm. Jonts Elq-, Town Clerk. _ 

Drogheda. Jofeph Holmes, Efq; 
Mayor. John Forbes, Ejtj; R cc . 
| John Lei and and Wallop Brabaz«n| 
Efqrs. Sheriffs. Alderman Wrru 
Holmes, Town Cleik. 

Duleek. Hen. Bruen E% }>or(« 
Dundalk. Robert BioWu $ ]?j«2 
Bailiff Ennis T. A-thur, Prov^S 
i Tho. Dathunhy, Ts<. Clerk 
1 Ennis. Them as Arthur, ^rpyojj 
Thomas Dalhuniy, Town Cleti 
tnrJ/kTil.Ktv.Dr\'l\S mv tl- 1 pV voft 

i 



Mrs o-i ft rates. 



Clerks of the Crown. 



Feathard, (Go. Wex.) Rev. John; 
Nixop, Portr. 

Galway. St.Qeo.Daly,Efq; Mayor. 
James G'Haia, Efq; Recof. John 
Bra-jey, and Robert Squibb, Eiqrs. 
She r Lffs . R O : H a i a , E I o ; I o w r C ie 1 k . 

Gowran. Geo. Dunbar, Llq; Portr. 

Corey. Stephen Ram £1% Sov. 
Steph. R;.m, Elq- Hec. James Pip- 
paid, Gt. Deputy Sov. John Nun, 
Gt. Town Clerk. 

Harri/rowr,. Rob*, Gravdon, Efq-, 
Sov. Samuel Spencer, Efq; Ket. 
Wm. Norris, Gt- Town Cletk. 

Hilifnoi ough. J. Stadc, Efq; Sov. 
Rt. John; o;i, Efq. Rtc 

Kildare. | ir. Spencer;, Efq; Sov. 
Sam. Spencer, Eiq- Rtc. 1 ho. Kuan 
and Bo) !e Hen derfon, Gt. Portr. 
Thomas Roan, Gent. Town Cfat . 

Kijkeunv, PaUj k Welch, Efq; 
Mayor. Chr. Hunt and J. Waring, 
Kfqrs. Sheriffs. Henry VVilkinfon, 
Efq; Rec. Sain. Cooke, Gent. Ttt. 
Clerk, and Clerk ot the Peace. 

Kanfale. Wm.Newmaii,Liq; Sov. 
John Herbert, Etq; Rec. Thomas 
C oleman, Gt. Tn Cleik. 

Lifncrkk. Rev. T. Shepherd da k, 
Elq; Mayor. G. •Serpent, and David 
Dwyer, lun. Efqrs. Sner. G. Smyth, 
Efq; Kec. Edw. Parkei,Efq; Tn.Ck. 

Londonderry. E fleas Murray. Lfq. 
M<ivor. W. Alexander 6V Ce.Curl%, 
EUjrs City and County Sheriffs, 
to Commence 2 FeU. 1791. Geo. 1 



OQ 

Fitzgerald Hiil, Efq; "Rec. Dominic!* 
M'CauPand, Elq; Tn. Cik. 

Maryborough. Rev. Dean Coote, 
Bm go-mafter. Geo. Burdett and 
Paget Ha! pen, Blips. Bai lift's, Robe t 
Grave, Town Cle. k. 

Ne\v-Ro!s. Robert Leigh, Efq; 
Sov. john Clirle, Efq; Rec. Robe; c 
Bedford, BailiiF-Reeeiver. 

Poitai lington. j amesStannus, Efq; 
Sov. J a*. Olborne, John Geoghegan, 
Gt. Portrives. Jonath Clarke, 
Rec. jair.es Dunn, Gt. Tn. Clejk'. 

Stieo. Foiliott Wynne Efq; Pre. v. 
Rob/Claik, Gt. Rec. &Tn.'cieik 

Strid aae. Ngthu Edie, t:dq: Proy; 
TftfT. Hamilton, Tn. Clerk. 

1 Nomas Tn. G. L>unbar,Efqr Sov. 
• Trim; Win; Ca ib:)te, Cert. Parti 
Hen. Revr-clda, Gt. Tn. Cle k. 

Watei or:i. Thomas P fee, Rfq* 
Mayor. V.< ot *t Dobbin, Ei :, F.cc. 
Tho. felachas and H. Sargent, E .'".»■:■?. 
Sheriffs. Rob. Cooke, E! % Tn. Clk. 

Wexf. G.Har. Ue.-'e. r. vL\r r. 
Thomas Nevill, Efq; Recorder, John 
Eultacc and J-ohn U(bi>me, LfqiS. 
Bailiffs. Tho.jc^s Ei>p. Tn. Clerk* 

Wicklovv. Wm. Fairhrother Efq; 
Poitr. iidw.it d Tftghe, Efq; Rec 
Samuel Btttv, Eff$ ^e'.'. PprfiJvp. 

Yuughaii Wii! inna J^vkfon, Mm, 
M?yor. George Pon&nby, Etq»; 
Recorder, Jol?q Seamai&n and W en. 
Hunt: abie.* Lfq >. Bail's. \\ i»i:am 
| enkins, Gt. '( own C;k. 



CLLRKS of tht Crj<wn and Ftm*. 
TJRovince of Conau^ht, William North Eaft an.! North Wc* Circuit' 
\_ Chapman, Efq; His Dept. James Ait. Johnfon, James Pater ion, an 
'Smyth, G~nt. George Haftatd Efqrs. 

Co.GaUay, Peter Kilkenny,' Town! Co. Armagh, J >hn Mc.Ktnftry, E r 
of Galway, Robert O Hara, Gent. ) Co. M onaghin, Walter Young sua 
Co. &c City Limerick, & Co. Clare, M:.the\v Tuttn, Bfcrrv; 



An. Bolanvl and Raym. P. van:, Efqrs 
Co. Retry, John Hurley, Eiq; 
Co. Co:k, Co. and City Wateriord, 
Thomas Chattcrton, and James Chat- 
ter ton the Younger, ECjrs. 

City of Cork, Wra. Snowe, Eli}, |Co. Wexfoi d, Henry Coopei (ient. 
aod John Snov^e, Elq; jCo. Milkenny, Oliver Wheeler, Ge( ; t. 

Provhice of Ulfter, Sheath, Loiu hi Co. C a ! -,v/, S. Cairrrichae! Gei.t. 
C*Dfoghe4a*, Aadr.CSrri;Kn.e : ,Eivj;| Co. aad Citv of Lo- dondcrJ y, 

N 1 fVkmimrlc VI.- C and VL&J' 



Eougford and Mulb^gar, Andrew 
Carunkhael, Ejq; 

Co. Tipper»ry Ewd. Collins, Ele; 
In Leinfter, Andr. Ca: inichaei, 
Co. Wieklow, Is, Mc.Ciarchy, 



C!cr] s of 'lie Crov^ii. Coroners of Ireland. 



Clerk of th* Peace, Kw&V Cm .&dw. Csddell, Rathfrylaod 



Que«n*j Co. James Cowley, Co. Kil 

tjse. Mrd'.ieoit, Patentee 

A q : evv r rvmithael, Etjjj . 

Co. 1 j Henry Reyncldi, 
Clmt. 1 rim. 

j t . Co. Down, John Brett, Gent. 



Do. Co. Antrim, bam. Heron, Gt. 
md famec Paterfon, Efq; 

Do. Co. Rofcommqn, jh.Thewl^i 
Gent, to i Lei mm, WtHiaoi Bartlyg 
Gent, for Mayo, Andrew Clarke, 
Gent, for Sligo, Francis Bit', Gent. 



CORONERS of Ireland. 

^V.Wnr.T.-Ui^foidSrewart^neU'aO.I Kildare. ■ Kelly, Kildare, 

Si Armagh* T om John(lon,^Vw«^^. Benj. Claie, Leixhp. 



Rich, Eullace, Lurean. 

Car lew. james Byrne. 

Carrt< kfer?us, Thomas Legg, an< 
John B< wman. EiqtR, 

Cavan. Jo.eph Mc.lntofh,Cootehil I 

Clare. Francis O Brier., Durra 
Gco--ge Corny n, Afh G'ove. 

Cork. ]ohn Locker, Caflle-hyr! 
George Jack, and John B^a h 

Cork City. Edmond Roche Kinft 
lagh, William Phillips. 

Donegal. James Brown, Manoi 
cuni ogham 

Dcii<n. Edw. CaddeV, Rathfriland 
D. Brow n, Nev> iy. George Croziei 
Bap.bridge. 

Bifnop of Dromore^s Manor and Li 
hcrties. Crane Brufll, E'q 

Djopheda c l wft. Thorn as Owens anr 
Edward Fairtlough, Efqrs. 

Dubr.n. lames Yeites, Chdmhrt 
jlreet, Thomas Rennis, James' s-jh eet 
Willhtm Burke, Arran-yuay, and 
George Hfpenftal, Ship-Jtrett. 

Dublin City. Alderman John Ex- 
fhaw, Grafts' ' -fit eet+ and Aldermar. 
lie my Howifon, Jeriis-Street . 

Liberty cf St. Sepulchre**. Jn. Maun- 
it\\i Mauicn-U.r.e^ near Q olden-lane K 

bet Wtanaf h. W i ! i i am A rmli rong. 



Kilkenny . J o h n Sti ange w a y s, Su t- 
>n\s rath, lames Poe or Callan % 
fq; ]ofus Walton, Summer-hill, 
harden Philips of Swiftsheath £fqr$ ? i 
Vfichoias Co! ! c a^d A. Go.e, 

Kin^\rCo. Arch. Armflrong, Rafhina. 
reo. Pierre, Gayfield. Tho. -Wilder 
)roujrlu, Balliboy. Wm. Bret', Birr. 
Leitrim. JnAkeo, Manoi hamilton. 
Limerick S. Dickfon, Efq; Baily- 
- ont ; h, near Limerick. Fran. Tin ton, 
/t. Limei it k, Fi a. Frewen, Raymond 
ivans and Stephen Collins, Gent. 
Lim.City. Mayor for the Tim* heing. 
Lendcnd. )ohv. Bunton, Magharafelt. 
Longford. Tho. Hanly, and John 
Canning of l.iflquill. 

Louth. Gerald Byrne, Munro Black- 
veil, and Rocer Willi amlon. 

Mayo. Matt. Philpott, John Gale, 
^allinrohe, John Gallagher , Call lef-ar. 
^at. Clarke, Wellport. A rid* Edmonfon 
Meath. Carthy Vizer, Trim Hen. 
Kevneilv, Trim. Wm. Tallao. 

Monaghan. John Humph res, Cor- 
cuha, (a. Taylor, Ballibay. Js.Danitl, 
Camckmaciols, and Robert Brcnan, 
Glaflough 

Sfji+f* Co. L. Kingfmil!, Donou^h- 
more »;>d A ch . Conw.:y, Cap naia. 



Ga/nvaj. Rt. Ormfby, Athenry C.t Kojcomtr.on. T.Thewles, Moieton. 
f,\r-.our, Bali tallow. Rt Fit /gerald, I Siigc. \Vm.OBeirn,DrUmclifle,Heu 
Mr,ni\'ea. 1 dw.i d Bui ke, Ciai way, and Irwin, of Mo)deagh, Efq; 
Pencil M 'l't.rv. < T;pperary. Amhrole Lane, o< Lane*s 

Galnwt 'Ji-nr-n. Ldw. dace, and Pat k. Lie- Fr a. Fruen, San rue 1 Nitve 
F .a- Ta:.i* e: v die. Milo Burke, F eneritk F.ewen, JCdv/, 

Kerry. Richd; C!enerKa(rei,TiaJec, A'tr Uro^ige, Thu 4 lei, and Wcldou 
*;,d iitiu) LUuciluikt, Tralte. Jc»:dau, CuiheJ. 



Coroners o/Ireland. Conunilfioners for taking Affidavits, iot 

*fyr**e. Stewart Mulligan. jA. Ram Woodroofe, Efq; Gorey. 

Waterhrd. Roger Daltcn. jHea Mo: ton, Efq; Gorey. B. Thomas, 

I Ditto City. Alex. Pope. iEfcj: Rofe, and Js. Lee, Efq; Gorey. 

fVeftmecJh. John Adarnlon, Joh; I W r tckh<w. T. Clai kfoiuRoundwood, 

[Reeves, William Abernethy. andjO. Manning. Ball iteiere, R. Shaw, BaN 

Alien Hixon. ItintrUfs, & J. M'Clatchy, Wicklow. 
I PFexfcrd.H Cooper, Efq: Wexford \ To U yrmU.M-ivo r fort TUvirhet inr. 

COMMISSIONERS «/ AFFIDAVITS. 
AT. 5. Ch. Chancery ; K.King's Bench : C. Common Pleas : E. Exchequer. 
Or 3, are all, but Chancery j 4. Four Courts. 

Antrim. j CWr. 

O^.Caiement,E.Ch ; Anthony Boland, 4, 



R 1 
J. Edmonfton,C.E 

Henry Ma rmion,Ch. 

Samuel McTier, 3. 

William O Toy, 4. 

John Sheperd, E. 

John Weir, K. E. C 

Robert Young, K. E. 

Arthur Datley, 4 

Joi'eph Fulton, for fpe- 

cial Bail, E. 

Samuel Heron, E. C. 

Arthur Darby, Pub.N.4 

Arma&h. 

Henry Atkinion, E. 

Benjamin Bell, Ch. E. 

Richard Euftace, 4. 

Archibald Graham, K. 

Wm. John (Ion, 4. 

Robert Livington, 4. 

John Moffin, Ch. 

John Kevill, C. K. E. 

John Oakman, 4. 

/ Car lav. 

Steph.Gog«rin, Ch.K.E 

Thomas Gurby, jun. 4 

Cavan. 

Andrew Bell. K. E 

Tho. Donation, C. Ch. 

En ward G iffttU, 4. 

William Lett, 3. 

R.i'ph Harman, 4. 

James Mullen, 4. 

Patrick Smyth) C. E. 

Tho. Stanford, 4. 

|le*f.AVUdri«ige,C.K.E 

E-iW.Whitcb). K. C, E 



Jeiom C lor an, E. Ch. 
Francis O Brien, C. 
James Poland, E. 

Cork. 
fames Ailevn, 4. 
tho. Barter, Ch K. E. 
I'eter Bayly, Ch. K.E. 
Wm. Coghlan. E. 
Tho. Chatterton, 3. 
Jacob Crawford, K. 
Roeer Calla^han, E. 
William Colbui ne, K. 
Tho. Cooke, V.. 
Daniel Crone, E. 
Richard Daunt, K. 
Jofhua Fennel, Ch.C.E. 
KoLn rt Frith, K. 
Benjamin Hayes, E. 
Maitliias Hendley, K . £. 
Wil)iarrf*Honnci , E. 
Francis Ho/kin, E. 
George Jack, C. 
William Jenkins, K. E. 
jonas Lander, Ch. E. 
Richard Phair, E. 
{ohn Phi I pot, 4. 
Kinglton PoweVj E. K. 
|onauTravers,C!i. K !i. 
'ames Wallis, K. E. 

Cork City. 

A'm. Chart re:-, E. 

i'ho. Chattel ten, 3. 

j acob C; ?. Wlu; (!, K.E 

Richa>d Daunt, E. 

W ilium Jones. Is.. 
. looa* Lander, Ch. 
1 WUlim Phillip, K. 



Kingjfton Power, E. 
James Wallis, 4. 
Verdon Evan*, E. City 
and County. 

Donegal. 
James Brown, E. 
John Cambell, 4.. 
Ale*. Carltfle, K, 
Wm. Chambers, C. 
John Waller, E. 

Do<ivn. 
Geo. Anrierlon, 4. 
[ohn Brett, Ch. 
Edward Cadell, E. 
George Grozier", E. 
Moore Echlin, F. 
Thomas Pouer, £. 
Samuel Strtue, 3. 
Arthur White, E. 
]6hnArm1trong t Ch.&& 
Wiiliam Martin, 4. 

Drogheda 9 ^a/«. 
Wm. Holme?, 4.. 
James Met calf, 4.. 

Fermauiimb. 
Arthur Johnfi.ua, E. 
Gerard I win, K. E. 
William Cruzier, 4, 
A. Montgomery, 4. 

Gateway. 
Cha. Davis, K. C. Ch, 
Ldw. M«Ke1any, 4 . 
\ ThO. Noland, E. 
j Robert Orot&y a. 
j Luke Thomas, 3. for 
j fptci.tl B»ii 
^ Prenc h ^ ' u • 1- ■ v, 4. 
j Thomas Sava^ K. 
< J tbteoja BiLknetf, 4. 



102 Conimifli^ner* for taking Affidavits 

Gafao/iv Tcivn. 
Richard Blake, 4. 
Jethto John Brickfiell. 
Allen Ruxton, Ch.K.E 



Bernard Kelly, E. 

Kerry. 
Ga r rett Barry, 3. 
Walker Connor, 3, 
John Giles, £. 
GodrY. Leonard E.K.Ch 
John Me. Cann, C. E. 
Domk. Sheehan, Ch. F 
JoJepb Smith, E. 
William Widon, E. K. 

Kilkenny. 
Thomas Hacker, 4» 
Peter Wail, 4 , N.P. 
Oliver Wheeler, K. E. 

Kilkenny City. 
Thomas Hik ket, 4. 
Richard Bibby, 4. 
Peter Wall, N*. P. 4. 
John Weeke? , 4. to take 

fpectal Hail. 
Edward Denrochf, 4 
City and C. unty. 



Ktnz 



bounty. 



N. Crawford, K. E.C1 
James Fleming, to uk< 

foecial Bail, C. 
W. L. Hobart, 3 
Benjamin Kearney, 4. 
William King. 
T. -Wilder Drought, E, 
Thomas Ponde •, E. 
KtngjaU. 

Elv/eil Lcary, Gt. 

Lett rim. 

William Rartly, R. K 
RichardCary, Ch. R.K 
William Little, K. B. 

Limerick. 
Geo. Black, E. 
Tho. Colics, E. 
Jen miah f)w yer, C. 
Ka) mond Evans, Ch. I 
John Dowdall Hamond 

Ch. K. 
Re' c rt Mickfon, K . E 
Samuel Johns, KL. Ch 
J on as Onke, 4. 
(-•ro. Lea! e, 4. 
Hefl. M k Mahon, Ch.I i 



John Oven*, E. 
John Smith, E. Ch. 
Win, Smith, E. 

i,bntrick City. 
Raymond Evans, Ch. C. 
Alex. Franklin; 3. 
John Dowdall Hamond. 

Ch. K. 
Jofeph Holland, 4. 
William Holland, E. 
Samuel Johns, 4. 
Henry M'Mahon, Ch. 
Matthew Moynham, E 

Londcndert y. 
Hu. Glenholme,ChK.B 
John Bn han*o,C.K.B. 
Dom. M l Cauf.aiui, L.E 
Peter M'bonatii;, KE 
Roger Murray, CU. C 
Samuel Strean, 3. 
John Til tie, 4. 
AlexanderBoyle, Ch.E. 

Londonderry City. 
John Count, E. 
i<ogei Murray, Ch. C. 

LcngjerJ. 
Tho. Haniy, 4. 
Thomas Tuitfc, 4> 

Louth . 
Henry Hughes, 4. 
Matthew M r>n) penny, 4. 

Map t 
William Davis, E. 
Andrew Edrrtonfon, 2 
James Gale, C. 
A at i hew Philpott, 4. 
joiin Gales, 4. 
ohu Gall gher, 4. 

Meath. 
I'hilip Barry, E. 
Il'aac Born i ord, 3. 
Eaw, On gorvj 4. 

Cieoige H older ort, 
Henry Reynolds, K.t 

J$e>Mtglxm> 
rlichanri Crois, 4 
John Humphry s, K. If 
itu&lrd Kelly, 4. 
vVm Huuter, K.. E. 

Quesn's C:umy. 
Jonathan Clai ke, 3. 
j hn , CLi. K. E 

. ae< ' > 1,^1 t-rif.- M. E. 



John RicKtfdfon, E. 

i Rsfccintntn, 
IHolt Barjow, Ch. K. E. 
R • rt Guff, K. E.Ch. 
Robert Ma 'one, 4. 
I ho. Moreton, 4. 
John Port?, 4. 

William B©1 ion. 
John Conolly. 

Tipperary. 
Andrew Armftrongj B. 
Cooper Craft or it, E. 
Edmund- En<;lifnMax,4. 
Tho. Go; don, Ch.K. K. 
VVm. GreenThields, 3. 
Edward Griffith, 4. 
Samuel Hayman, Ch. 
Richard Hobart, C. E. 
Samuel Neve, E,K.Ch, 
Cornelius O Brieu, Ch. 
Dennis O Brien, Ch. 
Leece Talbot, 4. 
'Erancis Wayland, 4. 
Francii CalHdy, 4. 
Well oh Jordan, 4. 

Upflerary Tczun. 
Jeremiah Dwyer, 4. * 
ind Special B. il, C P. 

7 oivn of l IuatA. 
Cha. Davis, E. 

Tyrone. 
William Dunhar, 4. 
F.dv/arn Jack, E. 
Steuart Mulligan, E. 
Robert Hamilton, E. 
Pattick Kerr, K. E. 
William Richardlon, 4. 
john Willon, fc. K C. 
The. Hamilton, E.K.B» 
"dvvard Lyich, 4. 

I'l ater ford. 
Tho. Baibon, Ch. 
Pheodoie Cook, K. p.. 
R ,uer Dalton, Ch E. 
Jo;hua Dekhay, E. Cb. 
Samui 1 Tay U 1 , ( h. 

IV atetferd C-.ty. 
Theodore Coob, K.. 
I h DelaVie, P Not. E. 
in. Lymhery, P N a. E. 
Al Pope, Pub Noi.kCh. 
Simon P. -Ito'i, P. N r . 



Commiffioners for taking Affidavits. General Poft-OfHce. I 03 

Samuel Taylor, Ch. T. French,Ex.Pub.Not. i hen). Wjlfon, E. 

fVcfi-meath. John Hawkins, E. | Jame* Lee, K. 3. 

Charles Dowdalt^ E. T. Jonesf, E.Ch 6c N r .P j F/icklotu. 

John Reeves. 3. Francis Kane, Ch. t John Parr, E-. 

Rubert Wajfh, 4. Henr.y Morton, E. T'oagU'L 

Wexford. Tho. Robion, E. * 1 William Jenkins, K. E. 

Birth. CiiBe, E. Michael Viccary, E. j Janus Lee, K. K. 



GENERAL POST-OFFICE, IRELAND. 
Eftabliftied by Act of Parliament, ill. of Auguli, 1784. 
JV/?- Mafltr-Gen Rt. Hon.Ld. Viict. Lo Ft u $ o f Ely a n d.R t . PI on . E . f Be 1 i amon t . 
Serrftarx, John Lees, Eiq$ J Rejidtnt Survey or y W . Fartdfcjue, Ef(^j 

Treafurer, Stephen Moore, Efq; I Comptroller , Roocrt Shaw, 
AccQtnptani General,ll. Stewart, Efq; I 

G7<?ri Ceunaxghi Road, Henry Ha/riion, Efq; 

Clerk of the 'N.Hfti RoaJ y Richard Boujger, El*}; 
Clerk of the Munfler Rou>!, Wtitiam Maturin, El*q ; 
PACKETS between D U B L I N and HOLYHEA l>. 



lermont, Capt. Richard Taylor. j Lift mi 9 Capt. James Furnefs. 
ejbarougb, Capt William Codard. i Hiujborougb^ Capt. John Shaw. 



& 

■Dartmouth^ Capt. Edward Ilartwell. 
The MViUfai England leave Dublin every Evening except Sunday, ind «re 
Due in Dublin every Day except Wednel'day. 

R A T E S of P O S T A G E for SINGLE L E T 'f 6 R S. j. d. 

I kill and.] For 1 5 Miles - * - * 01 

For above 15, and not exceeding 3,0 Mile. - - 3 

F'or mure than 30 Miles - - - 4 

Bel ween London and Dublin, by Way of Holyhead - o 6 

Between London and Donaghadee, by Cariifie and Port Patrick 1 o 

Between DonagharSec and Port Patrick - - 04 

England ] A fingle Letter for one Stage - - 02 

For two Si..ge. c , aii'i not palling through London - 3 

For more than two Sia^es, not exceeding ho Miles - 04 

For above bo Mile*, and not exceeding 150 Miles - 5 

For more than 1 50 Mi!t*s . — - 06 

Scotland] Between London,! 5 tdinfclfrjgh, Dumfries, or Cockburnfpeth o 7 

A fmgle Letter tor one Stage, and not pairing through Fdingborough o 1 

For moie than one Stage, not exceeding fo Kngidh Miies o 3 

For more than 50, and not exceeding 80 Miles - 4 

Foj more than 80, and not exceeding 1 5-0 Miics - 5 

For more than 1 50 Miles - - - - 06* 
Isle of Man] Between Great -B itain & the Ifle of Man, by 7 

Packet Boats, over and abovt all other tes - - "jr a 

Ship Letters] For the Port of • very Letter or Pac*^tof ■) 

J-etters in any Part of His Majtft'y'tf Doinjrfions direcVen to, * or ( q 1 
coming from any Ship, befules the Rate* abovernemioned 5 
For every Packet coming horn on Ship-board for the Town > 

vherc landed, 1 d. with the 1 it. paid to the I'trioii iusngirt^ :r»e > o 1 
iauie, beisi£ tor every luch Letter or Packet J 



104. General Port-Office? Ireland. 

For a firjgle Letter from London to any Port of his Majefty's ? 
Weft-Indim lilands, or No th America - - 3 1 # 

For a finale Letter from anyone Tort to any other Port thereof • 4 
For Inland conveyance, not exceeding 60 Englifh Miles o 4 

For an? diflance, not exceeding f 00 Miles - . 06 

For any dtftance above 100, and not exceeding 100 Miles o b 

And in Proportion 2^. Advance tor every 1 00 Miles. 
FOREIGN LETTERS. 
Between Dublin and any Part of North America (including Hallifax) 1 6 
From Dublin to Holland, France, or Flanders, paying Pollsge to London o 6 
From any Part of Holland, France or Flanders, to Dublin 1 4 

Between Dublin and any Part of Spain or Portugal % % 

Between Dublin and any Part of Italy, Sicily, Turkey, and Swit- ? 
aerland, through France - - £ 1 * 

Between Dublin and Italy, Sicily, Turkey Germany, Switzer- 1 
|2nd, Denmark, Sweden, RuiTia, and all Pares of the North J- i 6 
of Europe through Holland or Flanaers - 3 

Between Dublin and Gibraltar - % o 

Letters from any Part of Ireland, for Places under the Title, FOREIGN 
LETTERS, befides the Foreign Rates, pay at the Office where they are 
put in, the full Port to Dublin, without which they cannot be forwarded ; 
therefore, All Perfons are to take particular Notice thereof* to prevent the 
Neceffity of tkeir Letters being opened and returned fer the tojla^e. 

All Merchants Accounts not exceeding one Sheet of Paper, Bills of Ex- 
change, Invoices, and Bills of Lading, to or from any Parts, not within His 
Majefty's Dominions ; and the Covers of Letters to or from Turkey, not ex- 
ceeding one Quarter of a Sheet of Paper, are allowed to oafs without Payment 
of the Foreign Foliage, but are topay the fulllnlandPorttoand from London. 

All Double, Treble, and other Letters pay in Proportion to the Rates of 
Single Letters before fpecitied. Packets chargeable by Weight pay after th» l 
Rate of four Single Letters for every Ounce Weight and upwards. 

Letters to all Parts of Europe are difpatched from London every Tuefday 
and Friday; except thofe to Portugal, which are forwarded by the Lifbon 
Mails on Tuefdays only. Letters to the Well Indies and North Ameri- 
ca, go from London the firft Wednefday in every Month. 

PRIVATE EXPRESSES rray be forwarded from the General Poft 
Cfhce, Dublin, to any Part of Ireland, on paying 4*/. h. per Mile, 
ai.d 6d. h. the Horn at each Stage, with the ufual Fees. And alio from 
Dublin 'o London, for 61. 15 s. 5^. to Chefler, il. is. lod. to Liver pool e, 
2.1 i-js. Cd. to Giafgow 5/. is. 10 Edinburgh 5/. Cs. <\d. Expreifco travel 
at the rate of 4 Mires an Hour. 

Receiving Houfes are efhblifhed for the Receipt of Letters for the 
(Jmral-Pofi-Office^ until Eight o'Clock each Night, *t the following 
Places wh'^n tne City, viz. 

MenzielT Coffee Hon fe, North Earl-flreet, - No. 76, Capel-ftreef, 

near Bolion-ftre et. No. 1 §3, Church-Ureet, Corner of Arran quay . — -— 

No. 2.6, Meathrftreet. No. 88, Bride llreet. No. 35, Aungier- 

ft.eet. &.< Clare-ftreet. 

The late d titur-fir tifpatcbing the Englijb Mails being Eight o^Ckck at 
JVtgbt, Letters for England jhould net be put into any of the Recei ving 
tf.ujesy as they will net be brought jt om ihenee till after thai 1'ci.r, 



KTABZE flawing the daity cTifpatch of HU Majefty'* Ma* for it 
England fiom ttlis Otfiee, for the Year 17^2. 





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Sun 


iev 


I Jev 


2 Jev 


i£ev 


4 ev 






,Sun. 


Sev 


z< 

i? 


I ZP 

1 er 


Sun. 
zev 


lev 
1 §ev 


zev 

if ev 


zev 
Sun. 


3ev 
4*v 


3iev 
4fei 


San. 

6qv 


6|ev 7ev 
7jev, 8ev 


j Pev 
i Rev 


Rev 
8ev 


ii 


1 zev 


3-v 


zev 




3 *ev 


4^e\ 


c;e - 


7ev 


8ev 


Sun.J Sev 


Se^- 




> iev 


4ev 


}ev 


San 


4*e\ 


5 |ev 


Sun. 


8ev 


8ev 


8ev i 8e> 


Sev 








4ev 


$ev 


5 ev 




»7ev 


Sev 


Sun 


8ev 


> ftev 


San. 


'3 






5*v 




1 6ev 




.8ev 


R«v 




~ 8ev 




T %t 



N. B. Rt*.l ev. Iw%, n- - v '>-'"- 



o6 



Pott-Towns, Dif 



7C6! 



and P.ates of l*oftag$> 



c 



POST-TOWNS and RATES of P O S T A G ET, 

Ompared wifK the P^fl-Oflice Bocks — To each Town is annexed thij 
_ Diftar.ce from Dublin, according to Taylor's and Skinner% Survey, an<jj 
0ie Road may be readilv found by coniultin^ the Index to the Roads of Jre«{ 
ii«id. Thus marked |A B trrack, either in ciie Po'l-Towns, or Noted Ptucefl 
The fc*oft from thole T^wns which have the Figure 3, arrive in Dublin] 
on Morula*, Wednefday and Friday s and go out or.Tuefdiy. Thurfda^ 
and Saturday. — Thofe with 1 arrive in Dublin on Monday and Friday j anflj 
go out on Tuefday anil Saturday; 









d. 








d. 




<S f\ N't rim 
6 Rdee 

x JSC 1X1 


4 


°3 

35 


5 Carrie k on Suir 4 

6 ijCaiheJ - 4 


74! 6 


Dtmlcsr 
Diinfha r p lin 


3 
1 


3 C; 


H '|A:Kio\v 


4 


3 6 


■j jjCaitiebar 


4 


1 14 


3 




4 


5 ' 1 


Armagh 


4 


62. 


6 C dLhellingharr 


4 


34 3 


K d g w 1 tii il w r 


4 


6/ 


3 IjAthlone 


4 


59 


3 Calllcblakeny 


4 


80 




Fdphiu 


4 


7 5 ! 




4 


3 2 


3 Caillebianey 


4 


6 1 




Eniiis 


4 




(> A u ^nnacloy 


4 


7 2 


6 Cafttedfcrm'ot 


4 


' 33 


3 


j| Enn 1 f cofihy 


4 


6<: 


6 Balbnggeis 


2 


1 *■ 


3 Call iemai'tyr 


4 


. 1 k 


3 


Enni/kil len 


4 




3 Ballimore 


4 


5 C 


3 v_.alt U-roll rd 


4 


49 


5 




4 


7 1 -! 


3 BaHina 


4 




J Caltlerea 


4 




3 


PI ut ry-b \<]pQ 


4 


4^ 




4 


5? 


3 Call letn.delvin 


4 


3'' 


3 


P j ^ \\) j i-^ 




6d 


^ Ha i! hi ah inch 


4 


74 


3 Cavan 


4 


5 i 


3 


|J Oal way 


4 




3 B illinakiii 


4 


39 


3 IjCharleVifle 


4 


10. 


3 


Gil foid 


4 


6 n 
u j; 


3 BjiHinafioe 


4 


7 s 


3 Clogheen 


4 


95 


3 


Oorey 


4 


4 31 


*3 - !|BaIlinrobe 


4 


1 1 


3 Clogher 


4 


7 C 




irGort 


4 




6 Bdilitore 


3 


10 


i Cloghnakilty 


4 


15° 




Oowran 


4 


c 2 J 


3 Ballyboy 


4 


5S 


3 Clonaid 


3 


*5 


3 


C r) aif 


4 


61 1 


3 Ballycaftie 


4 




3 Clonegal 


4 


5 2 


3 


liGranard 


4 




3 Ballyconnell 


4 


°/ 


3 Clones 


4 


61 





KillfooTO 1 


4 


U ^1 


3 Ballymahon 


4 


5 1 


6 Clonmell 


4 


1 


,c 



Iniflioge 


4 




3 Bali^menath 


4 


93 


1 Colehill 


4 


50 


3 


Kells 


4 


3 1; 


3 Ballymorey 


4 


107 


3 Coieraine 


4 


1 00 
ll *b> 


> 


Ivilbes^an 


4 


44 '] 


3 IjBallyfhannen 


4 


1 oc 


6 Co I Ion 


3 


3° 


3 






1 A 1 


Baitinglss 






3 Cook ft own 


4 


81 


6 


ICi icul len 


3 


2 f 1 


3 ||Banagher 


4 


00 


3 *Cootehili 


4 


5* 


3 


Kildare 


3 


2 A i 

*4't 


6 Banbridge 


4 


6c 


6 [|Cork 


4 


124 


6 


[jfvi ikenny 


4 




3 Bandon 


4 


»37 


3 || Cove 


4 


I 36 


3 


Killaila 


4 


1 2.7/ 


% B an try 


4 


164 


3 Cumber 


4 


83 


3 


Killarney 


4 




'jIBelfaft 


4 


8c 


; 6 ||Derrv (Londn.) 4 


1 14 


3 


Kilielandra 


4 




5 liBelturbet 


4 


54 


>t liDing'e 


4 


201 


3 


(CHruih 


4 




* BifhopVcourt 






3 Donerail 


4 


113 


3, 


Kiln 


4 


93 


3 Boyle 


4 


$3 


Donaghadee 


4 


94 


3 


Kilhb^gs 


4 


1 15.: 


3 }l Bi ' a r 




IC 


3 Donegal 


4 


97 


5 


jjKingfale 


4 


'3* 


3 Bunsfakane 


4 


7* 


3 Dow npatrick 


4 


n 


! 1 


Knock tnpher 


4 


6| 


3 Burros in OiTory 4 


57 


6 llpj oghedii 


3 


23 




Larr^e 


4 


97 


6 Cattan 


4 


67 


6" Dromore 


4 


66 


\ 


Lei^-hlinbritlge 


4 


45 


6 fJCarlow 


4 


3V 


3 llDungarvaa 


4 


loii 




Dtixilip 


2 


81 


3 JjCanickfergus 


4 


08 


6 Dundaik 


4 


40 


3 


L^tterkeiiny 


4 


1 ' r 


6 Car rick macro fa 


4 


4* 


0" D»8gannon 


4 


73 


5 


jlLimerick 


4 


94. 


J [jCiirick on oh*. 4 


77; 









Lifbum 


4 


7 ; 



Pofl:-Towns,Diftanc£s and Rates of Pottage. Stage Coaches. 1 07 



Lifmore 
Lifnefkea 
Liftowel 
Longford 
Loughbritkld. 
IjLou^hrea 
IB Lurgan 
6 Lurgangreen 
MagheraNiU 
fj Mallow- 
Maik.et.hi!! 
fjMaryboro* 
Maynooth, 
Miv'lcton 
||MilUlreet 
Milkown 
Mitehelftown 
Moate 
Moii a 
Monaghan 
MonaUeraven 
Money more 
Mountmelick 
Mount rath 
Mullingar 
Naas 



4 10c 

4 7° 



4 1 34 3 ^ ann 



$i 

bo 

67 

37 

I 2 > 

6i 

40 



3 |jNavaa 
3 HNenagh 



4 23 
4 ?5 
4 i*7 

3 |;Newpoit,Mayo4 1 *t> 
3 Newport, Tip. 4 fcc 
Nev/ry 4 gci 

6 Newtown aids 4 87, 
3 VT 



Newt.Iimavady 4 106 6 -Swords 



Newtn.Mt Ken. 3 



7*; 

3^ J 

10/J 

5'/ 



2 Skibbereen 

3 USligO ^ 

3 Strokeftown 
5 Strabace 
3 Stradbally 
3 Strangloid 
3 Summerhili 



6 (i Tallow 
3 Tanderagee 



b-] 2 Tarbert 
6; 



16 Thomallown 
3t 3 ijTrurles 
1 3 Tinahefy 
Ttpi ffct ary 
Tr&Iee 
} 3 Trim 
3 Tftarw 
3 j'fi'; lis more 

6pj3 N irgmia 
5^6 [jWaterford 
67 [3 Weftpoit 
5 1 6 |Vfcxf6ril 
»553 JWicklow 
4 103 6 «,|Voup;hal 
POST-OF1MC E. 



1 *$ 
10.3 
90 
1 o « 

J'i 

So 
2® 
7 

1 0.4 

6i 

124 

S* 
•8a 



3 aas 

4 <3 

4 CrH 

4 43 

4 74 

•1 1 4 1 

3 6 6 



*4 

108 



Qldca&le 
Omagh 
3 Parfonftow* 
j ijPhiliollown 
3 Poruferry 
Portarlrngtoa 
R-amelton 
Rap hoe 
Rathdrum 
Rathrrilsnd 
Rethkeale 
||Koicommon 
||Rolcrea 
Roft 

Roibtievor 
Rutland 
I5I3 Sixmilebridge 

G F, N E R A L P E N N Y 
John Lee*, Ef ( ; Comptroller William A<mitt. firlt Cle»k. 

AL L Letters not exceeding lour Ounce-, \*ill be to v.?:ccd frvm the 
Penny poil-oiftce^ tvrice tvery Day, Sunday e-a ; t cd, at 10 in the 
'Mo ning, ar.d 5 in the Afternoon* to any Pa;t of Dublin. 

HIS MAJESVYV POSTMASTER GENERAL having beea pleafe^ to 
order, that the Eitablillin.tnt of if.e PiNKrd'osT-Ort tc*, flail be ex 
tended to the Environ* ot this Gfcy, not exceeding the pittance of !o»ir 
.Mile; : fnbjedt to iKe following Condition*, v'z. A fkj n v rrjuLl be paid 
on the Receipt, and a not he 1 P*n'::y en tie Delivery, <oi avcri Lettu 
^•r warded by the Penny-Po^t Office, to, or fiom Placet beyond the 
.pie.'ent eftabHflied Limit*. 

The Let'iers an. tl'u patched from the Cekeral PenKT-Bost Op- 
tic b «n Lublin once eveiy Da\, Sunday excepted, v z. at 10 o'ClotU 
in the Mo' iiiug, and the I tttter Car iris will return in timv, that the 
1 etteks they briog fiom tne Country may be dittributed in Lubliw 
bv the Evening Delivery. 

M A I L C o A CHEb, in Nov. #7^1 
OOUTNRRN MAIL COACH, wth a 6Wd, feu off rrom thi Mail 
Coach Olnce, No 31, Fleet itrert, at 10 every N r ight, except Sunday I 
«• 9, and from Craig'e, Park-ftreet, Co^-at 6 every Evening, Carrie* 
4 infide and 1 outfide Pairen^ers; 

K OJit T HERN MArL COACH, y.ith a Oua«d, fet; off from tVe Belfaft 
Hotel Gapleiftieet, at t.at;palt 10 tvtry Night, andl'rom John Hawkin? 1 ?, 
( '.iti\ Co irough\ Arm.v) Donaph.'dee, at 6 every Morning, carries 4 infide 
aad 1 wuUiu< pailengera. — F«r the acconu e^atiou cl the pubht le^riiar 

0.2 



joS Stsge Coaches. — Can&l Tallage Boats —Noted Tlaces. 
j*ac'<ets aje eltal lilhed at Portpatrick and Donaghadee, which fail from ' 
-each place immediately alter live arrival of the Mail Coach. — There ts 
l.kew it a conveyance to every pari or England and Scotland, by mcaiv of. ; j 
a carnage' which leaves Port| atrick every Morning at 6", and arrive*") 
here ea< h Day at Noon. 



S T A G L COACHES. 



Stage Co a cues. 

AT H LCNE Co A C M , 
H A L L I N A 5 L^E dltlO, 
C A V A N (into, 
I-'ROG H ED A ditto, 
l-'ROMsNA ditto, 
Do N D A LK ditto, 
KN N ItiK I LLF N ditto, 

C a lw a y ditto, 
Lf. f t b i m dlt'o, 

Mo N A T; H A S Co A C H 
N tWRY, ditto, 
Tl AM fctG, 
W E X FOR D ditto, 



Dubli nStageHo'jse. 



Cou nt.StaoeHovsi. 



Hynes's Tighe-ftreet, 
Sandy's Sruithfield, 
Pott's King Itreet, 
Bolton-fh-L-ct, 
Hynes's IVhe ftreet, 
| Bolton Itreet, 
Pott's King ftreet, 
From Sleaven't; GaHvay, 
(Se a s" taken at Hynes's )| 
SandyV SmithfU Id, Derrr.ot's Lei trim, 

Pott's King-ltreet, 

B>>l<on Itreet, Hanlon's Nev.ry. 

Hynes's Tighe-ftreet, Griffith's Tram. 
/ Walker's Kir.F-fir.Ste-.-e. Ferrvba- k Werfcrff. 



Cannon's Athlcne. 
Cuffed Baliinalioe. 
Ball's Cavan. 
Guggerly's ' Drogheda. 
Booth's Drumfna. 
Carragher's Dundaik. 
Armftrong's Ennilkilkn. 
From Cannon's Athione. 



GRAND CANAL PASSAGE BOATS. 
(Canal Harbour James" s-Street.) 
A BOAT J'aiif at 6* o'clock, another at J every morning, from Dublin 
to Monalterevan ; a boat fails at 6 and another at 7 every morning, ficm 
Vk naliereven to Dublin each arrives at the deft ined place in the evening. 

A AT leaves Sallins every morning at 6 and arrives in Dublin at ! > ; 
4 eaves .'{JMsfetin ( from 19th Sent.) at 1 and arrives in Sallins at 6 in the 
evening (from £$ih Mai ch)- leaves Dublin at 3 and arrives in Sallins at 8 
i 1 u,e evening, 

A BOAT leaves Sallins every morning at 61, arrives at Monaffereven 
zt 1 1 (from $Oth Sept ) leaves Monallereven at 1, and arrives at Sallins at 
6 in toe fcver.ir.tr, (from 2cth March) leaves Mona.tler«-v t - n at 3, and ar* 
rive;* at Salon* at E in 1 the evening. 

KILKENNY STAG E -CO A CH to the GRAND CANAL at Monafler- 
evan, fets out on Mondays alid Thttrfd*ys irom Kilkenny; arrives in the 
Snmroei Months in time ior the Sallins Boat, and returns the lamcevtn- 
with the boat company to Ballyroan ; is conducted bv MeiTrs. StoKer 
and Reynolds 

UMLKiCK COACH, fetsoMt from Taylor's, Limerick, to Jenkinfon's, 
Monallereven on Monday and Thurlday ; returns on Mond. avid Friday. 

P'< aci*" taken at No. 7, P#olton-fl ef t, Dublin. 

""NOTED PLaCLS i» l'REJLAhD r referring to mien \>obY 1UWNS. 



ABhert, CaHiehliikn. 
Abb\ leix&*Uin.akiji 
•Ahbyihrule, Coiehill. 
A hi nitr on, Limerick, 
'^i^r.aboe,' Maryborough. 
'A.ghacrew, Oidcattie. 



A:-'hrim., Eallmafloe. 
*n^f< ia c h. Da MinafloC. 
Alder ton, Pxoli. 
Allen itown, Navan. 
Ailicant, Cailleblakeny. 
Ahnoriiia, Muiling&r. 



A )j 'dorpVf . Mt Kenedy, 
v. 1 more, Dungannon. 
Anarap, Tynan. 
Anna Ian g, Roflrevor, 
Ardagh, Longford. 
Ardaghj Rathkeate. 



"Noted Places* referingto ( or near) their Toft-Towns. io§ 



I Hill of Ardagh, Droghe. 

Ardbraccan, Navan. 

Ardiert, Tralee. 

Aid try, Loughrea. 
jArdkeen, Newt. Arde. 
J Ardmore , Youghal. 
lArdmoy, Ballycaftle. 
1 Ardnaglaft, Sligo. 
lArdnaree, Ballina. 
|Atd*'erney, Ennifkillen. 

Ardfallagh, Navan. 

Arnoes-vale, Roftrevor. 

Arthur's town, Ardee. 
I Arvagh, Killilhandi a. 

A(hfield,Caftleb!akeney. 

Aflifield, Clonard. 

Afkeaton, Limerick. 

Athboy, Trim 

Athleague, Rofcommon. 

Athlumney, Navan. 

[|Athenry, Loughrea. 

Augher, Clogher. 

|| Aughterard, Galway. 

Avondale, Rathduim. 

BAgatelle, Clonard. 
Baillyborrow,Kells. 
Balegart, Drogheda. 
Bail^CaftleDar. 
Ballanagore, Kilbeggan. 
Ballafodare, Sligo. 
Ballderin, .Rofcommon 
Ballgeen, Drogheua. 
Balliadams, Athy 
•Ballibot'ey, Strabane. 
Balliboghall, Balbriggen. 
: Ballibriitas, Portarlingt. 
Ballicannon, KMkenny. 
Balliuanow, Corey. 
1 J . a 1 1 i c a r r y , Ca ; r i ck re rgu 6 



Ballindeny, Wicklow. 
Ballinea, Oldcaftle. - 
Ballingarry, Ratfokeale. 
Baliingale, Fern?. 
Ballinrink, Oldcaftle. 
Ballintemple, Menagh. 
Ballintobber, Rofcomm. 
Ballintogher, Sligo. 
Ballintoy, Ballieaflle. 
Ballintra, Ballifhannoft. 
BalJipooren, Cloiimel. 
Ballyaithur, Arklow. 
Ballyatwood, Newtn.ars. 
Ballycomufk, Cathell. 
Ballycuny,Ntn.mt.ken. 
Ballydavio, Cafheil. 
Ballyfin, M; , .r)boro. 
Bailyrnacarlc, Yougnal. 
Bally mackney, Cat ickm 
Ballymacky, Nenr.gh, 
Ballymatray, Youghal. 
Ball) mechan-hoti !c. Belt 
Banyniore-euflaee,Naas. 
Ballymotc, Siigo. 
Baliyragget, Kilkenny. 
Ballyroan^ Maryborough. 
BalFe grove, Drogheda. 
BallydoniielUii, Loughr. 
BaMydulT, Iniftioge. 
Ballyelly, Dromore. 
Ballyganjoon, Ntn.mt.k. 
Ballyjas.duff, Oldcaflie. 
Ba llykin lor, Rath rViland 
Ballyluidy, Belfafl. 
Ballvmoc, Rofeommon. 
B a 1 1 y n a b * i n r y , R o fs . 
Ballynure, Clones. 
Ballyrea, Corey. 
Bally ronan, ^agherafelt 



Bailiclare,Canickfergus.- Ballylax, Kilcullen 



BaUihacK, Waterford. 
Ballihays, Cavan. 
•Ballihean, Calllebar. 
BalJihill, Carickicrgus. 
Ballikilcavan, Sirladbally 
RtHinoVrry. Balfmailoe. 
Ballinafadd, Boyle. 
Ballinagiotty, Roiciea. 
BaliinahoWD, Athlone. 
Bailinalee, Longford. 
Ba!linamoj-e,Kiiiefandra. 
£ai linden y , R»l common. 



Ballyfpeilan, Kilkenny. 
Ballyteige, Wexford. 
Bally treru, Wexford. 
Bally waiter, Newtn.ardv 
Baltiboyfi, Maas. 
Baltimore, Bandon. 
Baltinglas, Call Icdermot, 
Baltinoi n, Clonard. 
Baltraina, Amee. 
Balyna, Clonard 
Banbank, Gilford. 
Bangor, Newtowoard*. 



Bann ow, Wexford. 
Bantrylodge, Rofs. 
Banvaie, Gilford. 
Barba-vi!Ja,Caftltn.dc!-r, 
Barna, Galway. 
Barrmeath, Dunlcer. 
Barrowmoum, Gowran. 
Barry, Ballimahon. 
Bawnboy, Killefandrx. 
Baybeg, Drogheda. 
Baymore, Drogheda. 

Be&ivecaftle, Kells 
Eeechwood, Birr. 

Belan, Kilcullen-br. 

Belcarra. 'Tuam 

BellamontForeft, Cooth 

Belkoo, Ennifkillen. 

Belle-lake, Watertord, 

Belleek, Ballina. 

Belleek town,BalIifhann a 

Bellifle, Lilne/kta. 

Beliewllown, Droeheda. 

Bell-hill, Roiircvor. 

Bellinter, Trim. 

Belltraiha. .Oldcaftlc. 

B.Loughalley, Roftier. 

Bellough, Balbriggen. 

Belliize, Li/burn. 

Bellvoir, Belf.ft. 

Benmore, Loughrea. 

BennetVbridgejGowran, 

Berehaven, Bantry, 

Birmingham, Tuam. 

Belsbonmgh,Car.-on S. 

Billa, Llphin. 

Birchgrove, Gilford. 

Birchhili, Cort. 

Blackcairle, Navan. 

Black water, Armagh. 

Blatkwater, Wexford, 

Blaine > , Cork. 

Bleiimon, N-aas. 

BobVgiove, Oldcaftle. 

Bohilla, Initlioge. 

Bonlaghy, Grauard. 

Bonnet Vtown, Kilk. 

Bonis Leigh] inbridge. 

Borrifaleagh, Tturles, 

BoynehWl, Nav n. 

Brady's Vil!a, : Qldcaftle* 
BramhaH, SummerhiH, 
Bray, Dungar.Bga. 



1 10 Noted Places, 

Breafy, Caftlebar. - 
Brendium, Ballinrobe. 
Eriarfield, Rofcommon. 
Bridgetown, Wexford. 
Brittas, Mount MelHck, 
Broadway, Wexford. 
Bromley, Ntn.mr.ken.. ; 
Bi ookborou? h,Liiuejkta 
Brohall Balliboy 
Broughfhane,Bal!ymena. 
B r y &n*s- fo id, Rat Rfi i i and 
Eiyan's-town, Rofs. 
Bulllbrook Dromore 
Buncrana, Londonderry. 
Bunifnooi, Cafllebar. 
Lurton-hall, Caitlederm. 
Bufhmills, Coleraiue. 
Butler Vbiidge, Cavan. 
ButlerVgrove, Gowran. 
Buttevant, Mallow. 

CAbracaftle, Keils. 
Cibrs, Rathfuland 
Cahir, Clonmel. 
Calhdon, Tynan, 
Caltragh, Caitieblakeny. 
Calvei flown, Kilcullen. 
Caivm a, M a; ybor o' 
Capard, Maiyboro* 
Caperquin, Clonmel. 
Car gin*, Rofcommon. 
Carigme nan, Enn iicorth. 
Carhmrfoni, Dandaik. 
Carnag'n, Rofs. 
Car nca ft i eCan i tk fergut. . 
Carncw, Gorey. 
< Car rick, Gilford. 
(Carton, Mavnooth. 
vCaicarrigan, Carrkk Sh. 
(.Ca(h, LiKiiikilJen. 
'Caltiearchdaij', Ennifkil. 

• Catiiebaldwin, Boyle. 
C<ift!ebt:lltw,CalUeblak, 

♦ Caftlebrowne, Naas. 
Caltlecaidwell, Ennifkil. 
Call lecarbtfy, Clonard. 
Calllccaufeild,Dungann. 
Caitlecaol, Eunilkiiien. 
CalUecombtr, Alhy. 
CalUcConnel I, Limerick 
Caftlecorrv, Ennifkilien. 
Caltk r>eBuigi,L.:ea. 
CailUdau. Ton, Maghera*. 
CaJlieodloQ, Armagh. 



referring te (or mar 

Cafllcdobbs, Carrick ferg. 
CdlHtfkJd, Gouran. 
Caflitdurrow, Athy. 
Cafllerin, Strabane. 
Cafllefoibes, Longford. 
Caftlerretman, Oldcaftle 
Cafllegar, Ballinafloe. 
Caftlchavtn, Bandon; 
Caillehume, Enni/killen. 
Cattlejane, Tipperary. 
Caftlejor-dan, Clonard. 
||Caltjei(land, Tralee. 
Cafliekelly, Athlon*. 
Caitleldugh, Nenagh. 
CafHelyons, Tallow. 
Caitlemain, Killarncy. 
Caftlemary, Midleton. 
Calltr.i(clehell,MuUing. 
Caltlemorres, Kilkenny. 
CafHemonntjoyDungan. 
CafHe-obins, Gilford. 
Cafljeoliver, Mitch elite. 
Caftleotway, Nenagh. 
Caitleplunkei, Roicom 
Cart lei eagh, KiUata 
CartlereyneIl,Mullrngar 
Calllerow, Colerain. 
Call le(n ane, M onagh a n . 
Calliefhiart, Dunganon. 
CaflleTalbot, Ennilcor. 
CalUe Tentloi , Boyle 
CaiUetown, Leixlip. 
Caftletn. Roche, Mallow 
'Callleupton, Antrim. 
Caftleward, Straogford 
Cave Town, Elphin. 
'Cellbridge, Leixlip. 
Chapel-Izod, Kilkenny. 
jjCharlemont, Armagh. 
ijChai Its-Ion, Khigfale. 
Cha<leuiie, Tuliamoie. 
Cherrvmount, Wicklow. 
Chikomb, Reis. 
Churchill, Ennifkillen. 
CUhaman, Ennilcoithy. 
CI arte, Naas 
Cl.ua, TulJatn«re. 
Clare, Tuam. 
(jClaie-callle, Enn is. 
Clareuahvay, dalway. 
Clarihford, Limerick. 
Cialhauow, Kilkenny 



) their Pod-Towns 

Clermont, Wicklovr. 
Clifdeh, Ennis. 
CJogh, BaJlymcna. 
Clogrennan, Cailow. 

Ciomines, Rols. 
Clomolin,.Ennifcorthy. 
Clonabienv, KeH* 
Clonbrock, Ballinafite- 
Cioruttin, Gorey. 
Cloneurry, Maynooth. 
Clonca« i, Philipllown. 
Clontgath, Monallerer. 
Clonegonnely, Cavan. 
Clonegown, Pbiiarlint&a 
Clgrtfert, F.yieeourt. 
Clonlyon, Refcommon, 
Clcnprielt, YoughaU. 
Cloonagh, Aihivioe. 
Clough, Ramhiland. 
Cloyne, Caillemartyr 
Coa^rh, Moneymoie. 
Coaliiland, Dungannoi. 
Coalp, Diogheda. 
CcLbrook, Liihcskca. 
Colgogh, Kilcock. 
Connor, Antrim. 
Convoy, Raphoe. 
Cookftown, Ardte. 
Coolcliffe, Hoi's. 
Coo It, Ardee. 
Coolg tney, Arklov?. 
Cooliliown, Dunleer. 
Cooincmuck, Iniltio^e. 
Coolooney, Boyle. 
Coolrahery, Kilkenny. 
Coppt rmn.es Wicklow, 
Corbalii.v, iviiktnny. 
Corbally, Athy. 
Corrorin, Ennis. 
Courncllanc, (fowrea. 
Courtov/n, Gorey. 
Craghwel;, Lougnrea. 
Cranagh, Maryborough. 
Cre^g, Galway. 
Croan, Kilkenny. 
Cioghan, Elphin. - 
Cromanin, Ardee. 
OoiTdoney, Ca,uan. 
Croflfdrurt), OldcalVle. 
Crolikey's, Oldca Ue. 
Croome, Liiric: i^k. 
Crufrath, Diogheda, 
i Cullcn, 'Y\\ pcrarjf. 



Noted Places, referring to (or vertr) their Po^-Towfls. i t I 

G u ! i e n w a y n e , R o fc f e & . 
Curr&hane, Tuam. 
Cu'rokeen, CifKijl. 

DAlyVifi. Biilimare 
DalyVtn. Louhr 
Dannie, >'naticorlhy 
Pane an. Trim. 



Dardiftown, Drogheda. 
Dartery, Cortehiil. 
Darver, Dunleer. 
foawfoasbr idge,M agh raf . 
Da \v foiiG ro ve, Cooteh 1 1 1 . 
De!g-ny,Ntn mt keneu.' 
Derg, Strabane.' 
Perricammagb, Dunleer. 
Derrycloney, Cafheli 
DenydufF, Birr-. 
Derryponnelly, Eunifkill. 
Deivock Rallymouey 
Defert, Kilkenny. 
Deiertmartin, Maghrafe. 
D< lion strove, Rokotnon. 
Dol ardltown, Navau. 
Donadea, Naas. 
Dooagh, Litnelkea. 
Donard, Kilcullen. 
Donnarifk, Dimgannon. 
Donoghmoie, Punganno. 
Donore, Maryborough. 
Doonagurragh, Ennis. 
Downs, N.tn. Mt.kened 
Downitown, Drogheda. 
Dowth, Drogheda. 
DrftperVhill, Giii'ord. 
Drew down, Kells. 
Dromantine, Newry. 
Dromoland, Sixmile br. 
Dromore, Mallow. 
V>,r ugbiville, Ballyboy. 
Drum, Cootehill. 
Prumahare, Sligo. 
Drumafnave, CarrickSh. 
Drumbana^her, Newry. 
Dmmboe, Strabane. 
Drumbridge, Lifburn. 
Drumcar, Drralcer. 
' 0mmca(hell, DmVleer. 
Drumcondra^ Ardee. 
Drumcork, Tynan. 
Diumcree,Cattietn del v. 
PrumcreeGlebe, Gilford 
DmniMy, A orach 
l)iumgoole > Kiikfandi a. 



Dutmrmng, MuHmsr*r- ] 
Dt t»mfhambo t CarrkkSh. \ 
D a f¥rv hall, Car low. j 
Duieek, Drogheda. [ 
Dunaebv, Dun^annon. S 
!j punarnore, Maryboro 1 . j 
I )unanv, Dunieer. [ 
Dunbili, Go w ran. 
Ounboyne, Leixlio. 
Dunbt ody , Rots. 
Duncannon, Waterrord. 
Duncannon-fort, Water!. 
Duncoimick, Wexford. 
Dwwiferrhott, R^fcommn 
Oiin' J rum v C4iheI. 
Duodrum, -Rathhiland. 
Duugaiiilown, Wickiow 
Duagar, Roicrea. 
Duiigiven^Newtownfima 
Dunkerrin, Roicrea. 
Duniavin, Kikuilen. 
Dun luce, Coie. ame. 
Punraacune, TuaT. 
Dunmanway; Bandon. 
Dunrrjore, Tuam. 
Dunmurry, Belfalt; 
Dunfandle, Loughrea, 
Dunymanagh, Strabane, 

EAriVtown,Kilken. 
Ka 1 1 we 1 1 , Lough rea 
Echlinville. Ntn. ards. 
Ederfdeiry, Clonard. 
Edendeny, Belfaft. 
Edmondh'P, Ruftrevor. 
Elsnd, Kilkenny. . 
Emo-nark.,PortarIington 
Empei , Colthill. 
Kin y vale, Mor.a.rhan 
Enfield, RoicorrUnon. 
Ennifhmore, Cavan. 
Ennilcrone, KilUHa. 
Ennilkeane, Bandon. 
Elky-brid^e, Boyle. 
EyreheUl, Galway. 
T"^ Alran, Derry. 
Ji Fairfield, Coothill 
Farnham, Cavao. 
Favnibndge, CaO.el. 
Falkland, Tynan. 
Feadurd, Clonmel, 
Fear bard, Rols. 
Fefnrmy, Rokommoa. 
Ferrr.ovle, C'olehiii. 



F^rns, Go rev. 
Fews, Dundafk. 
Fihae, Granard 
Finrona, Omagh, 
F i v em ii eh nu fe, Ba 1 ! y . 
Fiverniletown, Clobber. 
Fi¥emiietoWn,Lifnelkea 
riemin^-hitll^Baiiymei)* 
Foie, Mullirgar. 
Fortharrilton t Rosftrever, 
Fort land, Y irginia. 
Fountain, Ennis. 
Fourrr>i!ewater,Clonmeil 
H Fox ford, Caftlebar. 
Frankf- onShiv. C.BIak. 
Frankfort, Roicrea. 
Frankfoor-d, Balliboy. 
Frenchpark, Rofcomma. 

GAFney, Drogheda, 
Garancanty,CafrieU 
G;vri{ker, Clonard 
Garretltov-n, Kinf?le, 
Garry Richard, Kola. 
Garva^h, Coleratn. 
Gaybrook, MullingAv, 
Gealliel, Philipftown. 
Glanraore, Cotehill.. 
Glallough, Tynan. 
Gledftown, Lifneike^ 
Glenavy, Moira. 
Glenarm, Ballymcnagfe. 
Glenville, Newry. 
Glortcr, Birr. 
Goldengarden, CafheH, 
Goldengrove, Birr 
Gormanilown,BaIbngn. 
G o s fo r d- c a fl 1 eMa rke t- h 
Grace-hall, Eurgan. 
G r l \ * n c m an a g h , G o w r n. 
Grange, Antrim. 
Grange, Kilkenny. 
Grange-beg, Clonard. 
Grayabby, Newtn. »rd«. 
GreencalVre,Ednd< ndery. 
Greencaflle, Roflrevor« 
GreenhilU., Ar-lte. 
GreeniHand, >'cwry. 
GieefiviUe,Cali.dertnot. 
GriiVcn, Michelflown. 
YJ^Amihon'sbav. nArm 
XTX Harribio*»k,Tander» 
Harriftown, Kilculltn, 
I HarrilWwB, Ardec. 



1 12 Noted Places, referring to (or near) their Poft-Towiw* 



Harriftown, Caftlerea. 
Hartsfort, Roftrevor. 
Haflevi ocd, SUg >. * 
Harryrnouni, Rofhevor 
fiHeadford, Galway. 
Heath -ha 11, Newry. 
Hermitage, Ntn.nu.kea 
Mevwood, Balii nal. ill. 
Highpark,CaOkdermot. 
Holy-Crois, Cafhel. 
Holywood, Bdfift. 
Howghten-h;iJl,Lr.*ifcorl 
Huntingbrook, Gowtan 
Hydepaik, C!o '.ard. 
Hydepark, Arklow. 

JAckfoQ-ha!!, Colera 
jameVtn. Carrkk 
|j J amesVtn. Portarl i t. 
Jeverftown, Sixmileb 
Inch, Athy. 
Inchbej, Kilkenny. 
IJInchegela, Cork. 
Inchraore, Kilkeony. 
Ujohnfon*s fews, Dundk. 
j ohnfton Vbridge,Kiik. 
JulianVtown, Balbrign. 
jT^" Antuik, Mallow. 

Kearney vi 11c, Rofs. 
Kefcs, Co.Kilk.Kilkey. 
Kell/brooke,Tftnderage. 
Keo*rt>rook,CarrickonS. 
Kilbride, Gorey. 
Kilcarn, Navan. 
Kiloafh, Cionmcll. 
Kilcommon, Rofcrea. 
Kilconnel, Ualiinafloe. 
Kildalkey* Trim. 
Kiidangan, Monaftercv 
Kiliane, Gowran. 
Kilfenora, Ennis. 
Kilfinan, Mitchelftown. 
Kiigarvan, Burrafakane. 
Kilgobenet, Clonmeil. 
Killkellc, Rollrevor. 
Kiliadoon, L«rixlip. 
K'Ualoe^ Limerick. 
Killafona, Granard. 
Kilmaren, Mona^ban. 
K, Harney, Kilkenny, 
K illcomaine, Oil ord 
Killelin, Kilbeggan, 
Kilicnaulc, Cafhel. 
Kiliglah, LUuind. 1 



Killiegb, Tu'lamore 
Kil!ileagh,Downpatrick. 
Killiman, Dungannoa. 
Killinure, Ballimore. 
Killimoone, Cookftown. 
Kil lough, Dovvnpduick. 
5Ci!lowan, Rofhevor. 
Kil!owaey,Burrafakaae. 
Killuriu, Tullamore. 
Killyoo, Cloned. 
Kilmacrenan, Lett etkea, 
Kilrncihomas, Waterto 
Kilmaine, Baiinrobe 
K , !i'nalni;a:nvvood,Kcli&. 
Kjirnaliock, Cliailcv.ke. 
Kilmanaheen, Gowran. 
Kitmore, Athlone. 
KHmore^ Cavan. 
Kilmore, Clonmel. 
KJIrea, Kilkenny. 
Kilricklll, Louglnea. 
Kilroot, Carrickiergua* 
Kilrudery, B;ay. 
Kilworth, Tallow. 
Kinauly, Belturbct. 
Kingfton Lodge, Boyle. 
Kinnegad, Cloaard. 
Killkerry, Ennilkillen 
Itnocklor'ty, Cionmell. 
K no ck mai u R o fee miiiuii 
Knoctoe, Strabane, 
Knocktopher, Thom-tn. 

LAdy-Town, Naa.s 
L agan , ( N a r ro w Wt 
Lamb'sgrove, Kilk. 
Lambeg, Lift) urn. 
LakeTay,Ntn.m.kenedy 
Lanefboro^Rol'common. 
LandinflownHoufe Naas 
Lea, Portarlington. 
Leaoitown, Naas. 
Le Bergerie, Portarling. 
Ledwithtown, Bailimah. 
Leighlinftown, Bray. 
Leinfler-Lodge, Athy. 
Leitrim, Carrick on Shn 

euranfield, Gaiway, 
Lennader^, Gilford. 
Lcflie-hil), Baliymoney. 
Levahery, Gilford. 
Lcvallty, Duirow. 
Lifl'o: d. Sirabaae. 



Lifbellaw, Lifneikea, 
Lilcormuck, Colehill. 
Lifmoyr.oy, Killbetr^rtn. 
Lifmuliane, Enni/kiilea. 
Lifnarrick, F.nnifkillen. 
LiiTane, Moneymore. 
Liffinifky, Kilbeggan. 
Lifreny, Ardce. 
Liflanoure Baliymoney 
Liultbrid^e, Moneymor* 
Litlehill, Carlow. 
Little Limerick, Gurey* 
Lixnaw, Tialee. 
Loup Birr 
.udge, Roftrevor. 
-«f)dgc-pa:k, Maynooihi 
woft us-hal 1, Watetfbrd; 
Longiord-pak, Cafheii. 
Long-grage, Rofs. 
ixiU^hady^n, Lou^hbnc. 
Lou^huew, Oid^aiiie. 
Lou^hgall, Armagh. 
Lou^hguie Balleymoiiy 
Lowbiook, Athlane. 
Lowville, Bailiaaflwc. 
uowth, Ardee. 
Lowth-hall, Ardee. 
L o wih e r £lo w n, En niii 1 1 • 
Lowtown, Clwiu.o. 
Lucan, Leixlip. 
Lurgaiibuy, Sli^o. 
Lufk, Swords. 
Lyon*, Leixlip. 

MAchara, RathfrlL 
||Macroom,Cofk. 
Maddenton Clones 
Maghera r Magherafelt. 
Magherelin, Dromore. 
Magwire , sbridge,Liine&. 
Mahon, Gilford. 
Malahide, Swords. 
Mallardftown, Kilkenny. 
Man ofWar,BaIbriggeo. 
Manlogh, Galway. - 
Mannanltown, Droghed a 
Manorcuninghaa>,Ra})h. 
Manorhamiltcn, Sligo. 
Manorwaterhoufe,Lifne* 
MarblehiU, Loughrea. 
Mardykc, Rof< rca. 
Mard) ke, Baadon. 
Mai lay, Drjpgbeiifi 
t M r 1 y ( H iff© *■ Wa r efc. ) 



Noted Place* referring 19 {or mar) their Poft-Tovvns. 



Ijrymom, P>e! r alt. 
iai yvale Newry 
f*yfi#.!<]<, Tuti.n. 
icelick, Limerick. 
'Ulfieia, Bailibay 
liddlemount, Dm row 

liecent, "14 <kas. 
'li'IexLown, Ardee. 
!i Hi mount Ba'r.bndge 
lilltowa, Traiee. 
» i 1 itc- v. ripafs, Aihlone 
4ino! a, CaltJebar. 
ifcteory, Ennikorthy. 
jrigiord. 



»'lonea, Eoftilkillen. 
1 o n i v e a , C a ft I e b 1 a k e r, e . 
^oneygawl, Rofcrea. 
vl on s v ei a la , G r a n a r ci 
'fofitagh, Llpnin. 
vloone, Kiicutien. 
1 o re Abby,M o n a i\ ere' 
looiefiejd, Roftrevor 
Moor Park, Roftrevor. 

Mot riiin.Lattin, K i ji. 
M ojfsi'o wn, T j a 11 i m a h o r 
j4one, RofTcom. & And. 
MmLittaiii'srown Na>' 
Mountbrov n, Rathkea!. 
MountcharlesUat'liiH^i 
M o u 1 1 1 e I v. i r 1 e s , F- n i k o : t y . 
Mountdavis, Uallymiena' 
Moun.downes, Oidc it. 
M >uiuca»hel, Gowran. 
Mounicollyer, BclraLt. 
Mount liamilton,Dungan 
Mount Hcato.n,Rofci ea 
Mount Ma, Insftiwge. 
Mount jetiop, Longford. 
Mount jev ers,Sumilebr 
Mountjuliet, Tbomafln. 
M t. Kenned y ,N .Ml Ken 
Mount lot t us, Gowran. 
Mountnebo, (. rorey. 
Mountoiiven > RaLLniwU q. 
Moumlnannon, Limei k . 
Mount-Sion, Limerick. 
Mount -taiboi, Athio.it- 
Mountuiktr, Wickluw. 
Mountwharton, Oldcalt. 
Mouine, RofLevor. 
Hoy, A. magh'. 



Moyal Ion, Gilford. 
Moycafhel, Kiibeggan. 
Moyglare, Maynooth. 
Moynaky, KeUs. n 
Vlnyllown, Banagher. 
Moyvore, Ballimore, 
Muff, Londonderry. 
Mulaghcrew, Ardee. 
Mulbn's town, Ardee. 
MyfhaH, Ltigh'inbridge 
\ TAnle, Balbriggen,. 
J. * Nanaghmore Kile 
Neviicourt, Gosey. 
N r ewbery, Clonard. 
\ r ewbr«ok, Tuam. 
N r tw£ range, Drogheda. , 
New eafl lej.im.oi Rathk 
\ r e wc a ft I e, R ath fri land. 
V e w l a l W I e, B a 1 1 y m ahon . 
Newcaftle, Oidcaflle. 
K e w F o r r c 0" , R o fa ea 
Newgrove, Kells. 
Newhaven Balbriggen. 
New i and, Kilkenny. 
Ntwmkt. Mallow. 
Vl ew mk t . She mil eb ridge, 
Nk-wmilk, Gilford. 
Ne/»park, Athlone. 
New port, F.n.iilkilien. 
Newry Mount, Dundaik. 
Nt-v-.^iown, Cai low. 
New ton bu J ler^jfik, 'turhet 
N cwtownba • yClbntgal 
Vf * t.eunnincham, Der. 
New tow n, Wtnagh 
NewtowniOi be?, Loqgf, 
Vfwtn.tlewuit, Omagb 
Newtown, N«nagh, 
Newtown, Kells. 
Ntwtowu Breda, CeUafl 
NinemilcboLte, Kilkny. 
Nixonhoil, Lnnifkilien. 
Nix<nk>dge, Beiturbet. 
Nobber, N.wan. 
Ny ■> ph;> Held, Boyle 
Nurnty, LeighPiubridge 
/'"XAKpaik, Carlow. 

Oakport, Boyle 
Oat field, Ballinafl 
Oatlands, Rollrevor. 
Oatlands, Balbriggen 
Obrve " b ri I inn rk 
P 



I I J 

Oldbridge, Drogheda. 
Oldconaught, Biay. 
Oldcourt, Bray. 
Oldleighlin, Leighlinbri, 
Oidrofs, Rofs, 
Oranmore, Galway. 
OrangefieJd, Beii'aft. 
Orator, Dungannon. 

PArk, Tuam. 
ParkAnnefiyjGorey 
PtfTage, Cork 
Peterboro*,Car|iekmact*, 
Petersville, Kelis. 
Pettigoe, Ennilkillen. 
Pimsdale, Maryb»r». 
Platin, Drogheda. 
Plebberftown, Inillioge. 
Portadown, Gil lord. 
Po^glenone,Ballymena. 
Foivnorris, Newry. 
Fortrulh, Colerain. 
|| Portumna, F.yrecourt. 
PoiTertown, Ardee. 
Powerfcourt, Bray. 
Pi ofj>ecl, Balbriggen. 
PurcePs iucb t Kilkennj , 
Q^l AK6BURV, tyj ecr; . 

RATetton, Philipftn, 
Rarord, Loughrea. 
Rahane, Tullamoie. 
Ral r hfdale,CaRleLn.del. 
Llamafort, Goi»-y. 
Randal flown, Antiim. 
Rallaarktfn, Bailymenu. 
RaiKan^an, Kildfate. 
Rathconratb,MuUiug«f, 
Rathcoole, Naas. 
Rathcormuck, Taller 
Raibdov.-ny, Marybor©* 
fwthifcai Lcdge,Dunlcer 
Rathme!ton,Letterkeny, 
Rathmore, Kilkenny. 
Rathmote, Naas, 
Rathnally mills, Trii-ft. 
Railimullan } Leiierken?« 
RavenJdale, LeixPfp. 
Pxavcnrdalepaik,Flun)fc 
Redcrols, Wick low. 
Redhall, Carricktergvi, 
Redhill, Belturbet. 
Red Louie, Ardee. 
Rlcnfidd, Wexford 



114 "Noted Places r&Urrin^ to for near) their Poft- i own* 



Richhill, Armagh. 
Robinftown, Mullingar 
Rochefort, Mullingar. 
Rockcorry; Cootehil!. 
Rock field, F-lurr^y bridge 
Rockfield, Roicommon 
Rockfield, Rotlrevor. 
> Rockfavage, Leighl.brid 
Rockfavage, Rolcommu. 
Roctefaorough, Loughr 
Rockville, Elphin. 
Roebuck, Oldcaltle. 
RoeVmount, Belfaft. \ 
Rogerftown, Drogheda 
•Rollscaflle, Birr. 
Rofegarland, Rols. 
Rofmead, Trim. 
Rofemount, Ntn.ard*. 
RoflTana, Wiklow. 

(iRofscarbery, Bandon. 

ijRofscaftle, Killarney. 

Roftellan, Middleton. 
Po)undwood,Ntn.mt. k. 

Runnimead, Rofeom. 

Rufboiougb, Naas. 

Rulh, BalbriggeK. 

Rulky, Longford. 

Ryves cattle, Tipperary 

SAggard, Naat>. 
SaintneldHaUynahin 
St. Andrews, Ncwtn. aid 
St. Catheines, Lei x lip. 
St. Johnrtown.Lon.dery 
"St. Lucy's, Trim. 
St. Woolitans, Leixlip. 
Saltworks* Rofl'evor. 
Sanbroke- Park, Carlow 
fcarsfieldilown,Droghed 
Saunderscourt,Enifcort 
» Saundeibgrove, Gaftled 
ScarawaMh, Eanil'corth} 
Scarvagh, Loughbrickl 
ikotitowru Monaghaa. 
&*aneld, Roftrevor. 
Sealord, Kathlriland. 
ScoeichaUrowu, Navan 
Sevenchurohes, Wickl 
Seville, Dun^annon. 
fihandrum, ^'Newport. 
Shane's caRie, Antrim. 
SheH'*, Ark low. 



St. Kill,Leighlinbridge, 
ShankiH, Bekui bet . 
Shercock, Carrickmacr 
Shinglafs, Ballymore. 
ihrule, Ballinrobe. 
Silvermines, Nenagh. 
Skerries, Balbngge*. 
Slane, Diogheda. 
Slevo.y, Rofs. 
Smith (boro\Moiisghan. 
Snugboro ugh, Drogheda 
Solsborough,Enifcoi thy. 
South-hiU,Caftletndelv. 
Spalodge Ballynahinch 
Spawhill,Leighlfnbridge 
I Spring garden, Loughrea 
jSpringhill, Moneymore. 



jSpringvale, Ntn. ards 
Siackallan, Navan. 
Stacumnie, Leixlip 
Staleen, Drogheda. 
Stapleltown, Carlow. 
Stewarthall, Dunganon. 
Sledalt Ballbriggen 
Stoholmuck. Kells. 
Stonyrord, Lifbum. 
Siormanttown, Ardee. 
Siradone, Cav-an. 
Strarran Maynooth 
Stragowna, Enni/kUIen 
StraiJ, Carrickfei gus. 
Stramore, Gilford. 
StionorUne, Strabane. 
Sua tfoi d-lodgf ,Cait led. 
Stiawhall, balbriggen. 
Streamftown, Tuam. 
Stuartftown, Dunganon. 
Swainttown, Ounfliagh. 
Summerfeat, Colerain. 
Summervale, Galway. 
Swadlinbar,Ballyconnel. 
Sylv-an-paik,- Kells. 
Syngfield, Birr. 

TAghmon, Wexford 
Tallaniln. Ardee. 
Tallyho.a, Gilford. 
Tanlytort, Boyle. 
Tafliiny, Colehill. 
Templchoufe, Boyle. 
TemplemicUael,Yough. 
Tem^lcraore, Rolciea. 



Tenelick, C«lehilf. 
Termenfaken,DroghejA» 
TcrriTspafc, Kilbcggan. | 
TbeVicarAge,Banbridge*| 
Thomaftown, Athlone,' 
Thr-ee -caMes, KilkenyV 
Tidenftown, Imftioge. 
Ti.noleague, Bandon. J 
Timolin, KilculLn. 
rin.pirk, Ntn.Mt.Kenl 
Tintern, Rofs. 
Tobbermore, Magheraf, 
Toomavara, Nenagh. 
Tottenhamgreen, Wexit 
Towr.lyhall, Diogheda.i 
Tremont, Newry. 
TuPamore } Rathfril«ndi 
Tulliflown, Oldcaltle, 
|J Tullogh, Carlow. 
Tully, Granard. 
Tullyhog, Dungannooi 
Tullykeel, Ardee. 
TullyliOi, Gilford. 
Tullyvin, CootehtIL 
Tulfc, Rofcornmon. 
Tyn gh, Lough rea. 



WAlwoith, Pe.TJi 
Waringt n. Kill 
Wai ing(lown,Ban! ridj,! 
Watercaft le, Balliivak-Ki 
WaterftowB, Rallii.ioo 
Watcrilown. Dunleeit 
We!Il)rook,Dunganno 
Wef>afton, Wkklow. 
Whcattieid, Ennifkill! 
Whig^borough, "fiallib-b 
Whuealbey, BeHalL! 
Whitehall, Dioghedai, 
Whitehill, Mullmgaa 
W ill (borough, Wuklo* 
Willbrook, Ballimoni 
Willsgrove, Caftleres 
Wilton, Ennifcorthy 
Windfor, Mountratbi: 
Wingfkld, Tinahel^i 
Wolcfleybiidge,Tull(i 
Woodhouie Cloameli 
Woorilawn, Loughn 
Woodcock, Iniltio^f 
Voodvillc Ballifhaa 



i n d f;x : 

ey'eale D'lJ 



K O A D S from DUBLIN. 115 

■■""'•HE Principal Roads of Ireland according to Taylor and Skinner's Sur- 
vey. Read the bVft Column thus.: Dublin to Swords 7, Swords to Bal- 
Egen 8 Miles, &'e. And tl*» iecond Cohi-rnn thu*, Dublin to Swords 7, 
, Lblin to Balbii^gen 1 5, .Dublin to Drogheda 23 Miles, &c. To avoid R-epe*. 
Ijions, there are References to the Letters, A, B, &c. A Mb an Index wf 
hit Towns, with their Difrancey rneaiui ed from the Callk oi Duulna*. 

MDuufanogbj, 132 Aj.Ba liveable B 14 113 
Ih WORDS 7 7 ^alUmer?) 168. 

iff) Bfclbriggej 8 15 .Bamion in B 1 37 

togheda 8 23 Clonckihy 9 T46 

Junleer 7 30'iRof* 6 1 $1 

Ikftit bclliogham 4 > 34 j Ske b re en 9 161 

Lgan^rccu 3 37 1 Baltimore 7 168 

fjumlalk 3 40] Pantry, 164. 

Halricbiaiiey 12 $2;RacooJ 8 
laftlefhane 8 6o?Naas 

■ rols-roads 5 65 Brownflown Inn 

lagher 10 75 K ilrnllenbri<rge 

I magh 12 &7 B.-llitore 
kewtownflcwan 7 94 Timolin 

fcuaiai.e 7 ici -CaiMedermot 

|fUjkjrhoc 6 107 Carlow 

611 LeigitlWurx idr;e 
1 31 ' Kilkenny 

iCalM 
i 23 N 1 Dtmi le-hoofe 
131 Ch nmel 
1 44 -CI' ^ht en 
KH woi th 
Rai hcormuck 
Coik 
Baudon 
I milk ~an« 
Dunman way 
Bantry 14 164 

Bc/turbrt y h\. 
Cat an i n F <4 
ay, Bciiuibet 7 61 

40 j BoyU y 83 

44 I Srokeltown in E 70 
^2 1 Eiphin 57c 
60 1 Boyle 8 b3 

75; tt~rr ajakaxt>, 76. 

PhilipftoWfl II G 3H 



3* 



I ettei ktnny 
Uunfanar I y 19 
Aitifctt, 14.;. 
kbhyfeale iff D 
Lrftoweil 8 
Ardtert 13 
Baltimore , 50. 
Mtillingar rur E 
B'llirnorc 12 50 

BaUinajhc, 7 1 . 
Athlone /« A 
Bsllinafloe 

Balltnrobe, \ \ \ 
New Inn m G 
Clonal U 5 
Kinne^ad 4 
Terril Vpals I 1 
Kilbtjp'in / 
MUaigrenogc l> 
Athene 

Rallinamore 15 
l>unmore 
£&Uindme 
Hotymownt 
B*llinrobe 

BsllyccjlU) 



r 1 



60 



7 i< 

5 2C 

1 2 I 

6 27 

2 29 

4 33 
6 <9 
6 45 
12 57 
10 6; 
6 71 
10 »i 
It 93 
1 104 
1 1 1 
124 
'3^ 
1 44 
1 S c 



l\ Adair 

Aglifn- 
AhogbiU 
Anuirn 
Ardee 
Ardfert 
Ai klow 
Armagh 
Athlone 
Athboy 
Atlitnry 
Augher 



Atbtiggea 



D \ 01 
Hi 09 

D b 4 
C 34 
A«44 
H 36 
O 62 
A 6c. 
H 28 
ti 97 
A 75 



P 

JQBaHagluiirreeri E 



Anu ;m ;n D 
Bailsmen* 
C , a 



b 

8 
"3 



9V Killtigh 
B*Uiboy 
Birr 

Burrafakane 
Car /tnt/erdy 
9 9V Dumialk ta A 
• W <^ 'ai linp»*»rd 

P 



84 



8 46 

10 56 

9 65 

11 76 

40 



H. ill: 1 boy 
Baliusorc 
Ballinamore 
Ballimnag^l 

Balliridme 
Baliioroije 
Ballitore 
bailyburrii 
h.,hvcallle 
Ballyconnel- 
Ballymahon 
Ballymena 
)>alJ)inoney 
Ballynahinch 
Baliyroao 
Ballyfhannon 
Baltimoi e 
BaiiHthcr 
Banbridge 
Bandcn 
Bantry 
Beirut 
Beltttrbet 
BtnnetS- bridge 
Bla».kwai#r 
-Birr 
Roylr- 



f5 
56 

So 
75 
54 

1 1 

28 

C 54 

B • 1 3 

H 61 

E 5^ 
A Vi 

D 74 

F44. 

1 101 
Bi66 
G 66 
D 60 
B, i7 
B164 

E 80 
M 61 

£ 57 
a 6s 

" 8, 



n6 

Carric&maero/sy 44. C 
Drogheda in A 23 
Collon 6 29 

Ardec 5 34 

Carritkmacrof* 10 44 
Co^rick-on ■ Shannon ) 77. 
Mullingar in E 38 
Ballinalack 8 4* 

Edgcworthftown 6 51 
I ongford 6 58 

Carrkk-on-Shan. 19 77 
Carr ; ck-cn-Suir, 74. 
Kikullenbridge /» B 1 1 



7 *8 
a 30 

4 34 

5 39 

6 4c 

7 5* 

5 57 



E.Hi tore 

Tiroolin 

railkdermot 

Car low 

Leighlinbridge 

Go w ran 

BcimeCs-lridge 

K ilmagany 

Carrick-on-Suir 
Cafileblafony, 80. 

Billinamore />/ A 
CafHeblakeny < 
Caftiem/triyr^ 123 
Kilworth f* B 
Gaftlelyons 7 
Caftlemartyr 12 
Chjrlet'iUe, 1 1 4 
Limerick i» D 
Bruff n 
fc41mallock- 5 
fharleville ^ 

Citov, in. 
Limerick in D 
5i*milebrfrig£ 9 
Clare % 

C!orhrr y 'j6. 
Augher m A 
Clrgher 

Navan in V 
Nobbc'r l 
Kan^f court 
Shir cock 
CootehilJ 
CloiFe* 

Cfoynf, ilfy 
Rathconnuck in Bin 
Middleton I 1 Ml 



ROAD* from 

QUtbill, 50. 
Mullingar ;» k 
Colebill 

Colerain, 1 1 4 
Dundalk /n A 
Flurryhrulge 
Newry 

j .oughbrkkland 

Ba abridge 
kurgan 
Moira 
Gianevy 
Antrim 
Randalftown 
Ahoghili 
Rafbarkan 
Ballymoney- 
Colerain 7 

Dcrry, 114. 
Sir aba re />/ A 
St . Jofhnfl own 7 
Deny 6 
1C4. 

£fcas fin B 
Kildare 
MonaOeu yen 
Maryborough 

lontrath 
!>urros in Oflory 
'lolcrca 
Dun lie Tin 
roorrva.vatJi, 
SilvermirwQP 
ttewpnrt (Tip. ) 
' riitiei ick 
\dair 
' athk esle 
Nt wcafl le 
Vbl -y v ra!e 
Cattle ill and 
Trake 
jOinfile 



J 7 
7 74 

7 C 

8c 



104 
1 1 1 



9 

10 

! ! 

I M 



94 

103 

I I 2 

75 

I 76 



AO 

6 46 

4 50 
8 58 
a 6a 

7 67 

2 69 

7 U 
4.68 
6 94 

7 lOi 

6* 107 
7114 



114 



1025 

5 39 
to 4c 

6 46 

7 S3 
6 5$ 

4 63 

6 (> f 

8 77 
9. 86 
8 94 

8 102 



9 6f 



Donugh<%4se y 94. 
oughbrkklami w U 56 



Dromore 
Balk nahinch 
N i'v. town Ards 
Dona' hadce 

Dunf awan 
t row 1 .in tn C 
Thomart'iwn 



D ¥ B L J m 

D I Rrav H 10 ; 

38 Broadford E 96 

12 50 Bwraiakan* B 76 
Burros in Otfory 

CAIIrn 
Cappofjuin 
Ca; lingiord 

Car rick I ft pus 
CanickrrWIci oft 
Ca; rick o*»-Sbann©nC 77 
Can ick or. aun c 
Caflici 
Caltlebar 
Callicbcllintrbam 
CaAleblakeay 
Califeblaney 
CalUeci.mer 
CaiUcdcrmot 

Ca!tlei>on.s 
Gaft I cm, -1 1 t yr 
Caltldbane' 
Cati letbwo Roche 
t Caii iewdian 
Liavan 
Jclorn^e 
3ha<i Umont 
Charieville 
Church- h\\' 

am 
Clare 
logh 
loghe^n 
Ciogher 
lonacd 
lontkilty 
Clones 
Clonmellon 
Cionmel 
Clough 
Cioyne 

Cwlohill 

Ci iv- >in 
CookQowa 
Caotihiil 
C01 ke 



6 114 

9- l 4 ' 2 
164 



r,6 
8 74 

13 8 7 
7 94 

96. 



} 12$ 'Mollinavat 



DMy'fi bridgr 
Derry 

Dingle 
Douaghatite 



C 74 
P 76 
fJiao 
A 34 
C bo 

A C2 

\i 60 
c, ?i 

Din 
Cu 3 

C 45 
A 34. 
F 1 1 5 

G 63 

F S4 
G 

G 6 8 
Cfi 
F 81 
G 

Ci 1] 
A 

B 93 
C 76 
A ih 

C 61 1 
H 32 

k 81 
">7 
C115 
D so 
Di 14 
G Si 
C S* 
Bi 24 

W At 
Di 14 

U 9.' 



R O A D S from D-U B L 

Killala F 7 127- 



J 



Water ford E 6 74 
Kitmacaomas iz 86 
Dunga-?van 10 96 

Enrth, I ! « 1 
Toorr avara in D ' 69 
N ennrji 6 7$ 

Ku'.iioc ti 86 

Bradford 1© 96 

Ennis it 111 

Glenartn; 105. 
Dromore fa D 66 
Hillfborough 3 69 

Lifburn 4 73 

BclUft 7 8c 

CarVickfeigus 8 88 
Darne 9 97 

Gtcnarm 8 105 

Gort, 2$. 
Loutchrea tn G 88 
Gort 1 1 90 

G^anard, 5 & 
Athboy /a 28 
Ft Mas: '9-47 
Granard 5 52 

Innftiogc, 6 \. 
THomaftown in I) 59 
Iffiiitfioge 4 63 

/»»/' (lytnond, 123. 

F«h 111* /« E 111 
inniHymond 12 1 z 3 

Kcnmarc, I r 5 . 
Call kiiland /» L) 1 33 
Kj Harney \o 143 



KiUybtggs % v%Z 
Blackbull 

Danfliaghlla 
Navaa 
Kdh> 
Cavan 

Rutltr'^bridge 
Mewt.ownbiiilti- 
Mag aire's bridge 
Eiuuikltlen 
Churchill 
Btlleektown , 
Ballyih-annon , 
Balliiura 
Donegal 

MoBat-chajJes 3 
KillybeggJ 9 

Kin g j nle , 1 36. 
Corke m o 
Kinglalc 12 
MMJlreet, 139. 
Kl\ worth m B 
Fermoybudgc 3 107 
Caftlctown Koch 8 1 f 5 
Mallow 7 12 z 

Miillheet 17 139 

Mttehe'Jiotvn, 102. 
Monartere.yen in D 3c 



10 

4 '4 

9 13 
8 31 
2: 5* ' 

5 57 

6 63 
8 7 i 

8 79 

9 88 

9 97 
4 10 1 

$ 1 06 
$ 1 1 1 

3 1 !4 
9 123 



124 
136 

1 04 



K cum a re 

Kiifenora, i2<;. 
trims in E 
Corrotia 7 
Ki If mora 7 
Kill i 27 . 
Kin n egad /a A 
Mullingar 
K&atomlrft 

Lai)e(tnr< 
St* ok e it own 
Tulfc 

Balla^ht-iirrern 
Swjnt.(oi d 
Foxtbfd' 
bij'.ina 



'55 

1 1 1 

J 18 
»2$ 

20 
9 3» 
6 44 
8 52 
to 62 
8 70 
S 7? 
»4 »9 
14 1 ©2 
9 t 1 7 
5 » 10 



iallyroari 14 44 

Junow 7 51 

U^liag'ord 10 61 

Calhr! I 1 5 76 

Fipperary 10 86 

Mitchelitowi 1 6 1 oz 

fiffnagkafi) 63. 
Caltlciltanc in A' 60 
Monagban 3 63 

Ahncymcre, 83. 



Don eg a I 
j Downpatrick 
Drogheda 
Drom-oi e 
Dundalk 
Dunfana^h? 
Dungannon 
Duiigarvan 
Otsingivfell 
DunUcr 
Dun man way 
Dun mo re 
OunfSaghlin 
Du rrow 

EOendcrry 
f dtfw^i tbfln. 
Li^!iL;Tn)e-L)ri age 
El pirn 
Ennis 

Enniikrllen 
Ennilcorthy 
Eyi ecourt 

FMnae 
Flurryb) idge 

j F oxforci 
Frank foi d 

GAI way 
• Qlaneva 
Gftshai in 
Gnrey 
Gort 
(io>vran 
Gran Ai d 
iT ^fllfbroogh 



i IV 
Fii* 
G 7* 
A 23 
D 66 
A 40 
A * J2 

G 72 
E »6 
G 99 
A 30 
B-150 
A 91 
F 14. 
E 51 
G 29 
C $ A 
G 
B 



55 
7$: 
Em 
F 79 
H 60 
G 71 
E 47 
D 46 
£1 12 

G 55 

G108 
L> 77 

H 4S 

E 99 

c 52 

E 52 

69 

rfoi ; iu.-.uat A 107 



Ncwi y 1 u i) 
Tandetagee 
Ponaaov. a 
HI Ak water 
Stewai lliown 
Money more 

Newport , 129. 
^ajlinainore n. A 

NcWCOWubeilt.AV 



5° 
11 6; 

4 65 
7 7~ 

5 77 

6 G3 

75 



I N mlVioge 
I ^tniftyrhond 
j nedborougb 

irm ■ 

]\ K.cninare 

Ciibeggan 
Kilcock 

Kilcdlenbiidge 
fcildarc 
Kilfenora 
Kilkenny 
Killala 
kitlal -e 
Killarney 



8 03 1 K-He.gb 



£ 63 
E«23 
G 46 
F 31 
E.§ 5 
A 44 
G 14 
B zi 
D z S 
E«25 

B 55 
F«2 7 
E 86 
E'43 
& 46 



Tuam G 


»<> 93 


Holy mouDt 


13 106 


r#illifUr 


14 1 20 


Newport (Mayo ^ 9 129 


A civ Rofs, 67 




L^ighlinbridge in 


c 45 


e%*bridge 


6 n 


Bull) burns 


3 54 


Ntw Roi's 


13 67 


Acwtn. Limavady, 106. 


Dundajk in A 


4 u 


Ncwtn. Hamilton 13 53 


Armagh 


9 62 


Chai Umont 


6 68 


EHingannon 


4 71 


CookftowQ 


9 81 


Duugivcu 


18 99 


Ncwin.Lirftava.dy 7 it>6 


Oucl.terard) 12 1. 


Lei x Hp 


S 


May nootfa 


3 1 1 


Kilcock 


1 I 4 


New Inn 


6 2<> 


F.iiennerry 


9 10 


PbTHpftown 


9 38 


TuHamorc 


8 46 


Frank lord 


Q EC 


Eanagher 


! 1 66 


F.yrecourt 


5 7 1 


Lo .t^hiea 


17 8S 


Atiicni v 


9 97 


Oranmore 


6 103 


Galway 


5 bofj 


Ouchur ard 


13 121 


ftriaferry y 


<9- 


Duniialk in A 


4< 


Jortcfboroueh 


€ 46 


Narrow-water 


3 49 


Eiehtm lt-bridge 


6 55 


Celtic v ellan 


8 65 


Clou eh 


4 *7 


Do* npatrick 


5 7* 


S» 1 ane'c>: d 


6 7^ 


Port a terry 


« 79 


Portarlington 


36. 


Celbiidge 


1 < 


Ciain 


6 16 


Rathangan 


12 tl 


Porta t Jin«tt°w 


h 36 


Fatkfrilcndy 


57- 


Nt-wry in D 
RitBt; iian<i 


.50 


7 57 



ROAD S / 0/« DUB 

Rojcommon, 69. H 

Lanefborougb nv E 62 
Roltornmon 7 69 

105. 



Blackbull 
Trim 
Athboy 
Clonmellon 
Oldcadle 
DalyVbridge 
BaiHnanaght 
Killeiandra 
Ballyconnel 
Swanlinbar 



12 22 
6 28 

4 3* 
9 41 
e 46 
8 54 
6 60 
8 68 
6 74 

Largay 10 84 

Manorhami.Uon 10 94 
Sligo 1 1 1 05 

Summerhill, 20. 

Kilcock in G 14 
Summcrhill 6 20 

YaUagk, 104. 

Clonmel in B % \ 

Cappoquilt 16 97 

Li !mor c 3 100 

Taliagh 4 104 

Tynarty 68. 

Armagh /» G 62 
'Tynan 6 68 

IVcftport, n8, 

t'aftlebarrt G 120 
Welt port 8 128 

Wexford, 7 1 . 

Bray in 
Nrwtn.mt.ken'H.d} 7 1? 

Wkklow 7 24 

Arklow 11 3* 

Corey 9 45 

Fnnilcortby 15.60 

Wtxioid 11 71 

J ouvhal, I 08. 

Clonmd in B 81 
AgPifh 19 100 

Youghal 8 ic8 



L I N. 

K.ilmacthom»8 E 8 6 

Kilmallock Cn° 

Killybeggs Fia3 

Kil worth Bio4 

K inn egad A a9 

Kingfale Fi3 d 

LAnefborough E 62 

Largay H 84 

Lame E 97 

Leighlinbridge C 4 5 

Letteikenny Aii3 

Limerick I> 94 

Lifburn E 73 

Lifmore H10O 

Lifne&ea F 70 

Liftowcll A 131 

Longford C 58 

Loughbrickland D 58 

Lough tea G 88 

JLurgan D 6) 

Lurganereen A 37 

MA£wire\br. F 72 

Mallow F122 

Manorhamilton H 94 

Maryborough D 40 

Mayn >oth G M 

Middleton O22 

Millftreet F139 

Mttchelllown F102 

Mo.itgrer.oge A 52 

Moira U 69 

Mona^han F 63 

Monarterevet D 30 

Moneymore F 83 

Montrath D 46 

Mullmgar E 38 

NAas B 1 5 
N arrow WtterG 49 

Navan F 2 

Nenagh E 7. 

NewcaiMe Di 1 4 

'Newport (Mayo) G149 

Newport (1 ip.) D 86 

New RoU G 67 

Ntwry D 50 

Nt w town Ards D 87 

Kewtownbellew F 83 
ft ewiown Hamilton G 53 

NewtowHlin avad) G106 
Newtn.mt.KeneUy H 17 

Nt wtownrtewart A 94 

N'obW: C 3 j 



Roads from t)uhlln. 



Koads to London. 



OUcadle 
Omagh 
Oranmore 
OuchteraH 

I^Hiltpltown 
Po tadown 
Portaferry 
Porta r li^g ton 

RAphoe 
Raiharkan 
Rathangan 
Rathcoi muck 
Rathfiiland 
Rathkeale 
Rols 
Roferea 
Pvoitiommoii 



H* 4« 

A t>7 
G 1 03 
G ii* 
G 3' 
F 6i 
G 79 
G 36 
A 107 
D i'oj 
G afc 
B in 
O 57 
D 1 ob 
B 151 
D 59 
H 69 



SHircock C 

Si lv ermines D 

Sixmiiebridge C 

Skebreen B 

Sligo H 

Stewartftovva F 

Strabane A 

Suangford G 

St r ok eft own E 

Summer hi 11 H 

Swanlinb-tr H 

Swinetord E 

Swords A 

TAllagh H 
Tanderagee F 

TerrilVpafs A 

Thomaltown D 



44 Timolin 

7* Tipperary 
103 IToomavara 
i 6 1 Tralee 
lot Trim 

77 Tuam 
101 !Tullamore 

7* jTynan 

~ Rlingford 



1031 TTfAtcr ford 

7 VV Weftpoi 

1 04 j Wexford 
6 • I Wicklow 
40! \/ Ou^ha! 
I 



f I 9 

C 3* 

F 86 

D 69 

D 141 

H 22 

G 93 

G 4* 

E 7 5 
H 68 
F 19 

E 74 
tH 128 
H 71 
H 24 
H fori 



#&z</ ,fr<?j/i Ghestkr to 
London, 1 8 r /Wiles. 

• Stage Coach from Lon 
don V Chefter Jets up. 

Wlmechurch 10 20 
Temhill 10 3° 

•Newport !• 4 r 

lyeffey Bank 8 49 
Four C'rolfes 8 57 
WtMiHaqi 8 65 
CalUe Bromwich 10 7 s 
Meredon H 83 

•Coventry * S9 

Dunchurch, 12 10 1 
Daventry 8 109 

Toller's Booth 8117 
Towcefter 4 111 

Stony Stratford 8 129 
Shainly Inns .4 133 
Fenny Stratford* 3 136 
*Brickhill 2 138 

Hockley i'thlafrk 5 '43 
Dunltable 4 «47 

Market-ttreet 4 »5> 
Redborn 5 156 

St. Alban's 4 160 

Barnet 10 170 

Highgate 6 176 

♦LONDON 5 181 

Toft Road from Holyhead 
to LONDON, 269 miles. 



To Llannerchmedil, 0- 
ver the Ferry to Bangor, 
to Conv» ay, Denbigh, and 
Vorthorp, then 

CHefter 
Nantwich 

Stone 



Litchfield 

Goiefhill 

Coventry 

Daventry 

TowceMer 

Penny Stratford 

Duflftable 

St. Albaji't 

Barnet 

LONDON 



15 224 
'* 235 
13 24b 

10 258 

1 1 269 



Another Way, 273 

(jjpVyndu 12 

liangor Ferry 13 25 

Conway 17 42 
White Lion, near 

St. Afaph 20 6*2 

Holywell IX 74 

CHESTER 18 92 

Barnhill 10 102 

Whitechurch 10 112 

Ternhill 10 122 

Newport 11 133 
lveiley-baik 8 441 



t2 123 
14 137 

*3 



Four Croifes 8 149 
Srfnall 8 157 

Cattle bromwich 10 16 7 
Coventry I4 K 3 # 

L ND 6 N before 9 1 273 

Road fm % Chefter to Bath 
and Brkioi, 166 Miles, 

BNrnhill fo 
Wfoitchui <rh 10 20 
TernhiH io 30 

Newport 11 4 j 

New Inn 16 57 

EoviJ 8 65 

Hmtlebury 10 75 

Woi-cefte/ io 85 

Upton io 95 

G Wetter 16 111 

Frocelicr 
Pettv -France 
Bath 

BriftoJ City 

Hotwells 1 166 I 

Road from Dubl'uue Lon- I 
don, by <way of Do. I 
naghadte, 538 Miles I 
Ireland 

BAlrothery \<i I2 J 
Drogheda 1 1 23 
Uunleer ^ 
Dundalk lo 40 

Newry 1050 
Banbn«i$e 1Q 6^ 



f 20 Roads tQ Lon.hn 

Hi'.lfb enough 9 69 j Lonetown 
Belftft 11 80 1 CAiiiile 

Donflgkadee 14 04 ! Penrith 
Scotland j Rrough 

Poitpat. bv hta 18 115 ; Creu bridge 
Strani icr 
'Newton 
Gatehoufe 
CftiitngwoVk 

Annan 

F.NCL A N 



K it s 

U ?i6 
IO 236 
■ i 8 2 54 
22 2;6 
1 8 204 

6 iii Cateiick bridge 14 3418 
26 14? ! I >ak Tree 1 i 310 

[7 164 B&tongJi Biidgeit 331 
14 1 ib 1 Wetheiby ,a 343 

18 iy6 Pen* y orkige 10 359 
1 8 214! Done a iter 15 5*74 

nnhvnv.nr 1 1 383 



of Carrtajj^es. 

Tux ford 
Newark 

G r filth tm 

Coulterfworth 

Stamioi d 

Btileon 

liuckden 

Bigglefw ade 

Stevenage 

Hatlieid 

Harnet 

Lo N 1) v 



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T v\ (1 iioui s 
Two Hou > ami l.-ilt 
■ThieeNiouis - 
Thi ee H'ouis and halt 
Four HlHiYs 
Foiil Hours afid k*M 
pjvi Hours 
Five Hero** and hah 
Six Hottts 

-One Dav, or it Hour: 

R \ i £S oi C A RBI A 



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PLACES. 

Air iiiiown 
Ait&ne 
BaUtnteer 
BaUytarmei 
B»Uygatl 
Barbel ftown 
V>t Lie am j> 
Btlldoj le 
fieNgvitfVfl 
BtacktaOi 
UUiekiock 
BlothcU 

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Iirazeel 

hrenaoftown 

Broadrnetd 

feullock 

Cabintcely 





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Cbapel-ifod 
Clo^hran Church 
Clontart 
'tontarf Shecis 
Clopdajkifl 
3^ Cionee 
Clan! ah 
C dlinltown 
C^olock 
'(•rkmt'ii 
Cnaagh 
C.uir.lin 
Curfis-ilrream 
Dalkey 

OoipWin's-barn »tn 
Donnycarney 
Oonnybrook 
' Druir.eondra 



4 6 



5 5 

2 2 

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3 9i 
8 8 



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PLACES. 

Dubber 

Dumirum 

Dunleary 

Feltrum 

Fieldftown 

Finglax 

Finglas-bridge 

Pirr-houfe 

Forreft 

Fox and Geefe 

Glannzgeery 

Giainevin 

Glynville 

Godly O'icen 

Greenoge 

Hall's-barn 

Hamltead 

HaroUPs-crofs 

Rowth 

J ameVs-town 
JohnHown 

10 nd-hri r"ge 

Kilg<»t>l>in 
Killeiber 
Kilmticudd 
KiitWlJaghan 
K ikei nan 
Ki inmate 
Kif hoge 
K nock 'ed<ui 
Lai k field 
Laughlinllown 
Lei x lip 
Lilnehall 
Lucan 

Luttrcl's-town 
Mallahide 
Me; rion 
Mem lie 
Milltown 
Monkitown 
Mount Men ioi 
Mount Venus 
Mulhuddard 
Newbrook 
Newca(He 
Newland 
New Park 
Ncwtn. H.barn 
[1792 



Rates of 

Coach ^ Cba~ Rin?! 

\riot E.Ca; 
S. <l. r. d\ f. d. 

2 8|ji i oj 1 3 

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U icjj3 o 1 ici 
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PLACES. I ; riot 
s. J. s. d 
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Newtown Pail< 4 
Nock Lyon 



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Oidbawn 
The Pace 
Palmei (town 
Park Place 
Phili-pit) ois ig 
Pica; dftov/n 
Pidg'f on-houle 
Prieft-houfe 
Prior's Wood 
Puck ft own 
Rabcal 18 
Raheny (Coun. ji 
R-heny (Sttand 13 
Rapelagh |i 
Rarhcoole |8 
Ra;hHrnham ft 
Rat hear ?i 
RsthrnineS »l 
Rcvtd.ile fi 
i Richmond [l 
RingVeird :i 
RolIuVm wn 5 
Rock I) roc k 5 
Royal Cha:Sch. 1 
Royal Hoipital ! 1 
£aggti d 
St, Cathei ine's 
St. Do u lough's 
St. Margaitl's 
Sunny 
S< arm unt 
Sh; 1 ngenagh 
Shipon.theSuand ' 1 
ShouLderotMut. >3 



Is 

2 
2 

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Spring eid 
Stilloigan 
Stoimanftown 
Swords 
Taliagh 
Taylor'^ Grange 3 
Temj'lei^ge 1 
Terenute '1 
Tubberbonny -3 
Warreo-houie 5 
Whcaifidd 6 



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!22 Rates of Carriages and Fairs cf Ireland. 

From within the Public Lights to any Place without") j. d. s. d. s, d. 

thofe Lights nearer the Cattle than any Place rated J i 3 o lO§ o 7^ 
^Carriages are deemed on their Stand wherever met with, provided they 
be not at that l ime actually engaged. 
Carrying a Fare to any Country Place before rated, attending not more 
ihan fifteen Minutes, and returning with the Fare, is but one Setdown. 

The Fare to any Place within feven M*!es, Jiot beiote rated, is to 
be the fame with anv rated Place of equal DiOanre from the City. 

The FAIRS or IRELAND, 
Read K. C. King's County : Q. C. Queen's County ; and c.f. Cuftom frte. 



January 1791. 

2or A RdfallaghRof: 
mo. £\_ Ballybay Mon 
Ballinahinch Down 
Bellaghy Sli 
Caftieblakeney Gal 
Caftlecarrigan Leitr 
Caftledawfon Dzr £. f. 
Cafllederg Tyr 
Caftlefm Don 
Caftlelyons Cork 
Caltletown Cork 
Cloghan K. C. c. f. 
Drumahare Leitr 
Drumod Leitr 
F.myvale Mon c.f, 
Kilmurry Kilk 
Li fane Der 
Mallow Cork 
Nadrid Cork 
Rathviliy Carl 
Redcaftle Don c.f. 
Redhill Cav 
Taghmon Wexf 
Tully Kild 
Warrenftown Mea 
Weftport Mayo 
3 tu, Fredrickftown Tyr 
Trillic Tyr 

4we. Moneymore Dei 
Mounthamilton Tyr 
Tenehely Wic 

5 th Balneglera Arm 

6 fr. Aughnacloy Tyr 
Ederney bridge Ferm 

9 mo. Gorten Tyr 
Newceltown Coik 
Oldcaftle Mea 
1 z th. Aghyg'aufts Don 
BanbridgcDown 3 



JANUARY 
Bangor Down 
Comber Down 
Dervock Antr c f. 
Downs Wic 
Dunnelong Tyr 
Greencaflle Down 
Lifnarrick Ferm 
Maghrea Der 
Mohill Leitr 
Omagh Tyr 
Surgowney Arm 



FEBRUARY, 1791. 
ior T3 Allinode Mon 
we. JjBatlintra Don 

Calliewrllan Down 
Cavan Town 
Clady Tyr 
Clara K. C. 
Clughanbegg Don 
Convoy Don 
Cool boy Wic c . f. 
Coolkenno Wic 
j Dunngh) Tyr t days 



1 6mo Glan worth Cork: Hollywood Wic 
17 tu. Banada Sli ] rCilranela Wic 
Brodah by Crujheen Cla j Kikeely Lim 
Kilgolah Cav j Longwood Mea 

Maguire 1 s bridge Ferm j Millto wnmalbay Cla 
Narrow-water Down J Taghmon Wexf 
Tubermore Der I Tarmonbarry Rofc 

19 th. Killin Tyr c.f. Tullyodonald Don 
IO fr. Ahacrofs Cork I 2 th. Ardfennan Tip 
Coldorkey Cork I B illaghaderin Mayo 

231110. AthloneWe' /^/j//. Baltinglafs Wic 



Fivemiletown Tyr 
Leitrim Town 
Ntn.ards Down 
Tedounet Mon 

2,5 we. Armoy Antr 
Benbu.be Tyr 
Kilworth Cork 
Rockcorry Mon 



Belcara Mayo 
j Dromore Tyr 
Dungannon Tyr 
tOlaOon Wef 
j Kilcullen-bridgeKildr./. 
1 Kilnaleck Cav 
j Maflicanlands Cork 
Muff Der 



z6~th Saintfield Down Mulaghcrew Low 
zS at.Clonmallon Wef. 3 fr. Beleek Arm 
Glailough Mon iSheepbridge Down 

Tohercorry Sli j 4 fat. Defertmartin Der 

3omo BallymoateSli/iV. Shanhallymore Cork 
Bri.ry i ongl 1 Swadlinbar Cav 

pore Wef | 611 o. Barna Gal 

Tempo Fevm j Dunk inally Don 

3UU. Mahery Arm j Emyvale Mon c f. 
I ul'ahsn Mayo z dayt x 



FEBRUARY MARCH 

Kilcoguy Cav Killough Down . Carhnft.br Men 

Middletown Arm Mountrath Q. Q. CarngtwohiU Cork 

Neale Mayo ; iomo BallyraggetKiik ICootehill Cav 

7tu.L0ughbnkld.Duf/ Edgev .. i thilan. Longf jHacketftown Cari 
Parkgate Antr Kilcrecft Gal 

Tenehely Wic Mallow Cork 

8we. Baliyfarnon Role Roltrevor Down 
Clonegal Carl/r/s&f -Tedounet Mon 

Drumkerran Leitr : 2 J tu.Carndona.Dony.f/ j Kilmore Down 
9th. Hacketftown Carl Caftlecaufitld Tyr ; i67 r> Fertaeh Kiik 

i of/. Arditranbr.Tyr,f/ Edenderry K. C. 

Scraby Cav . Lagocurry Arm 

1 1 fat. Caftletown Lim ; WWe. Bel turbet Cav 

Cookftown Tyr Kilgobenet Wat 

Ferns Wex , 2 3th. BallimagauranCav 'B*HicoMdlCi* 

Kilgobencct Ker j vockAntr c.J. Baltinglals Wic 

Loughrea Gal Omagh Tyr 

i2mo. BallicallanKilk Saintrield Down 
Balliconneil Cav 
Bailinacarrig Cav 
Ballinahinch Down 
Ballinatr.allard Fen 



MARCH 



j Kiiedmund Carl 
j Killafhee Longf 
•iMoy T } r 

? 14 we. Coolboy Wic cj 
'Kiln 
16; 

Glanwoi th Cork 
Rathkeran Kilk 
lyfat. Ardpatrick Lin* 
Athy Kild 



Newtown Leitr 

271110. Ar.i oy Antr 
Cool at; Wic c f. 
Dunymana Tyr c.f. 
Mohill Leitr 



zcwe. Benbntbc Ty 

Rockcorry Mon 
Tulh Icafc Cork 

M A R CH, i 79Z . 
1 : p Allyhays Cav 
ih. jQ Bra 



Balnahety Tyr 
Bin K . C 
BrideiVtll Rofc 
Calary Wic 
Caracal! le Mayo 
Churchtown Der 
Cloone Leil r 
Diumbride Mca 
Drumftumbo Leit 
Dundalk Low 
Foggart Low 
Kilda:e Town 
Killear Wes 
Lane/borough Longf 
MuJU>ugh Tip 
Norrie Arm 
Slyguff Catl 
Tultrmoie Der 

1 5 \vc. Balnalack Wef 
Hillfbaro 1 Down 
P01 1 umna Gal 
Rathconrath Wef 

itfth.Ballymahr.nLongf Swalteragh Der 
Carnew Wic 
Calllede g Tyr 
Claranbridge Gci 
Kells vica 
Ratbdrum Wic 

1 7 fr. Bailitboiow Cav 



Cappoquin Wat 
Cloghan K. C. c. f 
2.;h-. Bennett's- br. Kilk-Curraivglands Cork 
CaftJedermot Kild j Donaffe Clare c. f. 
Ciogban K. C. c. /, jDown Down 
Maryborough Q. C. j Emyvale Monc.f; 
a$lat. Glallougn Mon' K iko; key Role 
Kalgolah Cav 



1 Leckcarrow Rofc 
j Mofgrove Cork 
,'MountchaiIes Don 
I Mnuntmeliic O. C.f f. 

' N,1 , . I I . , ^ 4 



2$tu. Mt.Ghanon Gal' Mulaghcrew Low 



N'aas Kild 
. W'txfoid Town 
j i9mo. B.ilnabarnaWef 
;iotu. Aghygaults Don 
[Ballybought Arm 
agh Tyr iGooflnsrryhiU Cork 



■ Coolgi cny Wex c.f.dryc. [1 I W* Athlone Vfetttia ft 



: Croag bfc u: gels Lim 
Curraghraice Wex 
lEderncy-bridge Perm 
j Con en Tyr 
, Millftreet Coik 
j ifr. KJHlygordon Don 
j afat . Freoi ickltuv. n Tyi 
Moumliamilion 'I yr 



Scarvapa.s Down 
I Tenehely Wic 

2zib. Saintfield Down 
|2 4tat.Fivemiletown Tyr 
,'Tintrin Wex 
j 26mo. Anngrove Cork 
, Arvagh Cav 
Ballaghadtrin Mayo 
; Balliiura Don 



mo. Mult ihunamWerB aNybrittas ^.C. 
otu. Scfbrd Down jBallyhack Wex!" 
Tallaght Dub ;Ca(hel City Tip 

7 ve.ClonegalCarlfa//,V Kilcock Kild 
8th Tullyvin Cav ;Milr"ord Cork 
1 im BanbridgeDown3^ Longtonl Town \ day* 
S % > 



i2v MARCH 

MuU^hciew Lou 
Myfhall Carl c. f . 
rVjt inetown Carl 
Rathvilly Carl 
Red ivon Inn Kild 
Roftellan Cork 
Tobcrcorry S!i 

27 tru, Ada e Lim 
Ardfert Ker 
BaHInafloc Gal 
'Buttava t Cork 
Kil'uquin Wef 
K athmdion Don 
R.uhwyre Wef 
Sligo Town 
Taftiiny Longf 
Trim Mca 



A P R i L 

than K. C. c f. 

X. g A I J ( I \ . C . 

Cli ghaQ K. C. c f. 
Li nuke a Fci m 
Newcaflle Wic 
Siane Mea 
Smith fear qirgh Mon 

'3 1 u . Em per Wei" 
1". an (to •. n Cork 

4.VC. Baiiillianos Don j 
Keady A; m 

Rathktale Lim i 
Tubbermu. 1 j Lim 

5 tli. Ac ilagh Long! I 
BalHbay M tfi 
BalWmany Kild 
l Ballinagh Cav 



2.8we. Armagh Town 13a! linahineh 'Down 



Aagher Tyr 
Ballon Carl 
Benhurbe Tyr 
B ufn nills Ant 
Callowhill Fenn 
Cafh Ferm 
Cookilown Tyr 
Donaghmore Q. C. 
Drumod Leitr 
Grange Tyr 
Grayabby Down 
Jeuer's town Cia 
Kilkenny C ty 
Killifandra Cav 
L'lughbrLkiand Down 
Lowth Town 
Lim. el .'town Dub 



Ballina.naliard Ferm 
I Be! coo Ferm 
Benbui be Tyr 
Caltleotway Tip 2 day* 
Cloone Leitr 
Combe. Down 
Croifdoney Cav 
D. um Moil 
Ennilkcan Cork 
Kilmu;;y iviU 
Limriek Wex. 
Lifnarrick Fena 
Oma„h Tyr 
Rithdrurrj Wic 
Fimohoe Qj C. 
Tipperary To^nn 
6t . CiiMjghkiky Cork 



Monaitereven Kild c;f. Dunaghy Tyr 



Nan aghmore Kild 
Ntn.timavady Dcr 
Newtownflewart Tyr 
Pbilipftdwn K. C. 
Roekcorry Moo 
Scanaup uriwk Wef 
Stradone Cay 
Timoleagu* Coik 
Toome Antr 
Tnbermore Der 
Wicklow Town 

aoih. Armoy Ant.* 
St: o inrla iq Don 

31 !at. G!ai1o-gh !v.'ar 
S.va llingbar Cav 
Tfcdounet M »u 



HoiynLnd Cla 
tU I coaly Tip 
Kalmacclenan Cork 
Vluliingar Wei 
7 fat Newblils Mon c. f 
St. Johnson's Don 

9 mo. Ahafc agh Gal 
B ;l!ir.ga; ry Lim 
Bellaughy bli 
Blarr.ey Cork 1 days 
Car nga line Cork 
Calllrlin Don 
( ioi rnanlrowii Tip 
Go 1 ten T ) r 
Kiilinnick Wei 
Kilivbegg* Don 
Muraghc;ew Low 1 



A IMU L 

NaVan VI ea 

M cA mai kci C ar 

New Rols Wex 
l J o ladow q A in 
Poriarlingion C. 
Roibe.kon K;lk 
Sn. ule ivia) o 
Ta-be.-i Kcr 
Thmles Tip 

A i.noJin Kild C. /, 
Tulik Roic 
Tulkinipafs Arm 

lOiu. Bailideliob Coik 
Ball.namu una vV.a 
CilUebeliingham Low 
Calhlclyons Co.k 
CalUetown Coik 
Jooallon-bi uige Kild 
Kilcafh Tip 
Kihia. e i own 
Kilialoe Cla 
Kiilylea^h Down 
KiLnaganny Knk 
Kilwo. Lli Cork 
Lough or Coik 1 Jay 1 
Malm Don 
Monaghan Powq 
Mulnavat rviik 
Newtown Wic 
Newtown Forbes Longf 
Roit:e^'or L'own 
Sing land Lim 
i 1 a .CalUedawf. DtvcJ. 

1 tth« Ballir'ariiofl *Roic 
Dungannon Tyr. 
G.anc) KiTk 

1 3 1>. Barrowmt. Kilk 
Ravenfdale Low 
14ft. Cai 1 icUmi.bub id. 
Eniirs Cla 

Ril . ainhamwood Mea 
l 6mBallingai ycr. Linn / 
baliinagarrydown Um 
Ciones Mon 
Emyvak Mon c.f. 
Ivy ec«uU: t Gal 
Mount BearnHIt Cork 
Newpy Down 
Taghmon Wexf 
1 7 1 u.Cadledermot Kild 
Callletn. Luuc $\ gr aj s 1 . 
19 li. Ra^moUonMeactf, 
ZorV. BalL 1 aggcit Kilk 



APRIL M A Y 

Bally volane Cork jSum.hillMea J t.&jpt 

Charkiiown K. C. Tulielealc CorK 

I Droumanaragikbegg Ck. MA\ , i 
Feathard Tip ior A Rvagh lav,. 

Killmore Lim tu. jf^a i itlaghade.My; 

Stranocum Antr Baliinuatt- Ker 

Turagh Lim Bailinhaflig Cork 

zi lac. Ballinderry Wic Ballinodc Moo 
Ballinvreeny Limyeari. : BaJlyckave Iv.r 
Kilcumrr.er Cork i Bally train Hon c. f. 

Stratford on SlaneyWk; Banagher K. C 
Tullow Carl 
134110. BallycanowWex 



M A Y 



12< 



Bangor Dolvn 
Bom* Ca. I 
Court &C'UTraheen Lin jB ay Wic 
Palatine Town Carl Carve* down Kilo 4 
Scar We*f jCarlanllown Mea 

Z41U. Kiid ought! K Ud } Callle tow ndel v i n Wef 



Kilnoekin Tip 

2 5 we. Atiiy Kild 
Benourbe Tyr 
fcecir&towii Cork 
Coolhoy Wic c f. 
Fiddown KUk 
G'eenoghs Cork 
Moate Wet' 
Nuuucr Mea 
Rathhiland Down 
2.6 tn. Ar>gkibui ro 
Ardpuricw Lino 
BupfQidakone Tip 
Cull vilte Arm i «/«yj 
Kiigolah Cav 
Maghers Down 
Mi I Itown K c 1 i day^ 
Rathcla: e Co k 
San.lkld Dv>v\ ,1 
Wa, rertttofwn Mea 
27. r. Newport Tip 



Cali leweiian Dowm 
Coolkenuo W ie 
Ci oaghbuj geU 1 .i»r 
Dromoi e r i yr 
D umgi itliii Gal 
Fo.kill Ann 
Gealhel! K. C. 
G' ange SU 2 
' Kuicieetl Gal 
rvildaugan K;id 
Linij Ktldorrai y Cot k 

Kilmo. e Davy n c. /. 
Kil marry Cork 
Kilted iviki 
j Lilctrrall Co> k 
»Lilgoald C01 k 
j Mi iiowiijiafc Role 
) Vloone Kild 
MbuntainuUlie W at 
Mtylaghcrew Low 
Vluliinahont Ti|" 



Tut s owv)i N«Vfbr4geiamjNewiowiiiav ilie Tyr 



iJJfat.Baitt.groveCo»* 
Caili Ferrn 

Cl. nc Kill wattU *•/. 
Gl ado ugh Hon 
Ki cubit) Duv^ n 
Mitcnefs Fj.t Coik 
Skci j its Dub. 
Babi lggen Dub 
Baliinatiown Wef 

30 ii j. Bany Longf 
Maiiery Arm 
Murroe Lim 
Ntn.barry Wtx. CattU 
Oldcaltk Mia 



Sin. Wat. at lit « e* 
OMcailic C01 k 
Railage Cork 
Raphoe Don 
Rathbeagn Kiik 
Ruin Dub 
Sil\ e- mines Tip 
Staple 1 low n Ca: 1 
Stev ai tit own Tyr 
Tmnehinth Car 1 
Wextord Tou n 



€h u rch i and far rant. K ilk 
j Clonmailon Wef 

Dromkecn Ker 
i Hortland Kud 
Newmarket KoS'c c.f.ya, 

trenard Lim 
3th. Bally magorey Tyr 
tie leek Arm i 
CaiUeco.ner Ki Sk 
Cianalhee K. C. 
Cooioony Sh 
Croome Lim 
Eiplun Role 
G . a 11 a i d Longf 
Holly wood vv ic 
Kikorky Role 
j Kilgo^cnet Wat 
j Knucknarrui id" Co< k 
j Leixlip Kild c.f. 
i Muff Der 
j Newbridge Kild c.f. 
| Newcatlle Ltm 
: Newrois \V<_x 
j Ro.be: kon K:!k 
; Ti amoi e W at 

j 4 rr. Acton A; m c. /*, 
J Atiii) .y Mea 
j Bami oy K. C, 

Bruoktxirotigi] Term 
i Carlo w t own 

Donaid Wic 
j i>>owns Wic 
• Duiunanway Cork 
j Fmtona Tyr 
; Giinville(iianyrreh.C(;rk 
j rl.icki-tltown Carl 
; Kilcomm K. C. 

Kingiait Coik 
; Kmturk Coik 
, Luik. Dun 
; >Uynooth Kild 
! yi.dJletown Arm 
j Muyvore Wei" 
j Mutt Down 
j Nai awatei Down 
j Oldiown Don 
Shanbailymore Co k 
bneep budge Dowu 
] Tutivvin Civ 



IWe.Ardtkuig. Tyrc.f.'. vVatertord City 
Bailycumbcr k.C. \ slat. Athenry Gal 
Calllemanyr Coik \ B*llyonanKiL7$«. 



i i6 M A Y 

Clonmel Tip 
CcoUlbown L'yr 
Donegal Town 
Garriltown Dub 
Kilmainhanv.vood Mea 
Shannon K. C. 

7m •. Aide.uh Mea 
Au ;h wtown C01 k 
Balli.nony Antr 
Ballyjamesdufr Cav 
Battyiheerrane Tip 
Biirothc v Dub 
Ban don Cork 
Barn a Gal 
Birr K. C. 
Carrigalinc Leitr 
Cilt'efirnplbn Rofc 
Clogher Tyr 
C u n ans Iver 
Cnrras 5c Maun Cork 
Dunlo pal 
PeUomoie Lira 
Grangerridre Wef 
K ilia I hi M.yo 
Lei trial Town 
M tchrecregah Tyr 
M.ii ktihi'ti Ann 
M m n tbc 1 1 w - b ri d. G a I 
fcJeafee Mayo. 
Newtown eyre Gal 
New town ha ikon Aim 
Paikgate Ant 
Parage Wat r. f. 
Pwithdowny Q, C. 
Redcrofs Wic 
Rolcrea Tip 
Sixmilebrid^e Cla 
Sixmilewate; Cork 
StHidbaHy Q^C. 
Tarmonbai 1 y Rofc 

8tu. Brotney K.. C. 
Cahirmce Cork 
C:illaghan\s Mills Cla 
Clonroand Cla 
CalHnftpwa Wef 
Cullenagh (5. C. 
Peitrtmai tin Der 
Ft" rypoint Wat 

K it I go w van Kild 
Laurencetown Gal 
Manortramikon Ltitr 
Moll ill Leitr 
Mooeygali K. G. 



M A Y 

Moneymore Der 
M • > n r pc I i kl r Li mflcre cat . 
M juiu-talbot Rofc 
Rcflea Feim 
IVmprepatrick Antr 
Tenenely Wic 

Prim M t ; a 

<£we. Aghrim Gal 
Ballynecargy We!" 
Brury Lim i 
Bancrana Don 
Cionega] Carl frize 
Croflakrele Mea 
Dankerrin K. C. 
Ki I conn el I Gal 
KJimurry Kilk 
fcCinnegud Wef 
Lilnarric Form 
Newcastle Dub 
Tu; lough Mayo 

1 2th Baliymoe Gal 
Bally rnurry Rofc j 
Bally voorney Cork 
D ual Tig 
Ennifkilleo Ferm 
GMaffon Wef 
Gore Gai c. f. ! 
HofpitJe Lim 
iviirulli C ia 

Mntintiaih Q^C. i 
My'hall C : a. i 
Oi iabby Cork 
Rofmanaher Cla 
Tullamoore K. C. 

1 1 r"r. Aline) L in zdajs 
Ardagh T-im 

b> illiniahon Loilgf ; 
B.diir.ioate Sli linen ; 
Carrickfergus An;r 
Caftlebar Mayo 
Churchill Don j 
Headford Gal 
Holycrofs Tip 
Kikock Kjld 
rvillin Ker 2 days : 
Kikarton Gal 
Lifbeilaw Ferrn 1 
Mallow Coik 
St. Johnftown Longf 
Swords Dub 

izlat. Aidfallas Clare 
Autrher Tyr | 
Bailina M^yo 



M A Y 

Ballinacarrig Cav 
B illinamoi e Leitr 
Ballypooren Tip 
Bakinglafs Wic 
Bollaghy Der 
Blefingtort Wic 
Carrigtwonill Cork 
CafWecox Mea 
C.iftlc norresKilk//W«9 
Caftletown Cork 
Charlemont Arm 
Clara K. C. 
Clare Arm 
Cloghjordon Tip 
Clonfert Gal 
Coleraine Der 
Cre.^s Gal 
Cro.nrow Wic 
Golltown Wex 
Dundrum Down 
Ferns Wexf 
Galbally Lim 
Kildare Town 
Killowen Dei 
KLilmcthomas Wat 
Letterkenay Don cattle 
Li fane Der 
Lowtkei rown Ferm 
Macrompe Co;k 
Maryborough C. 
Mjni-.'ea Gal 
Newtownbutlcr Ferm 
Suabane Tyr 
T.ntrin Wex 
UVlingfbrd Kilk 
Woodford Gal 

141110. AiTane Wat 
Anacioyne Down 
AjUi mi Town 
A; klow Wic 
Aughnacloy Tyr 
B lllinacarrow Mi 
B.ili'iveiy Mayo ' 
B illvnlpidaleCork 1 day. 
Bilbo Li. ii 
C 'mirt Bywefl.'Lim 
Crflttagfe Gaf 
Cappaiagell Gal 
Cai nckdi uraroulk Leitr 
Caflleblayney Mon 
Cav.in Town 
CeciKlow ii Cork 
Churchill Ferm 



MA Y 

lloghan K. C. 
Sluggin Li IT) 
ijlonna Wat 

liBwkftawii Cork 
■>rogheda Town 
■)romoi e Down 

u ml illi Longf 
Kungannon Tyr 
l)unleer Lowth 
limy vale Mon c.f. 
Ijl an worth Cork 
fclenavy Antr 
fcraney Kilk 
Itilnaleck Cav 
Leighlin bridge Carl 
Lillowhill Ker 
■Middleton Cork 
iMuitirarnam Wef 
jNewtown Cork 
[Newtown Sli 
iNewtownards Down 
|N orris Aim 

Oiillown Mea 

Port Don 

Ralihane K. C. 

Rockiield Role 

Rot'crea Tip 

Skibbereen Cork 

Sionehali Lim 

buigowney Arm 

Trillic Tyr 
Tulla Clare 

Wneathill Ferm 
I5tu. Aghygauits Don 

Ardara Don 

Ballyroan C. 

Balnabama Wef 

Bourceys bam Mayo 

Catllebt.<ck ^ C. 

Churchtown Uev 

Claregaiway Gal 

Ederneybridge Ferm 

Foxford May C) 

Granfha Kcr 2 days 

Inniliymond Cla 

Kilfennycomon Lim 

Lifnacon C rk 

Lurganbuy !, e jtr 

Portumna Gal 

Rathconra tn Wef 

Rath. owe n Wef 

Straid An tr 



M A Y 

Strekeftown Rofc 

Tuh'ahan Mayo 
1 6 we. A rd fa 1 lagh Roft 

Athlone Wis con. fide 

BalliconrieiJ Cav 

Barnagrotty fC: C. 

Sectivebridge end M ea 

Bon! ah v Longf 

BrufF Lim 

Cahirconlifh Lim 

Clady Tyr 

Co:rofi;j Cla 

Drumfhambo Leitr 

Fintown Don 

Fuerty Rofc 
| Hill {borough Down 
j N[ oily mount Mayo 

Kells Mea 

Migwires oridgeFermr/ 
i 7 th. Ardrennan Tip 

Bailieborow Cav 
i Baliybrittas Q. C. 

Bandon Cork 

Hanlahan Cork 
! Bawn Kilk 
1 Beleek Ferm 
; Camew Wic 
: Catlieuhinket Rofc 

Claranbridge Gal 
' Clonegal Lail cattle 
! Co mogh Coik 

Convoy Don 
; Duodalk Low 

Glin Tip 
j Killanaule Tip 

KLilmunyi[)rickan Cla 

KilfaiUgaan Dub 

Knot kaden y Lim 

Llngrteld Leitr 

Loughgawl Aim 

Naa* Kiid 

Ragorey Wex 

Scortaghny Ker % days 

Scotllown Mon 

Sctaby Cav 

Sw itteragh Der 

Templemore Tip 

Terrilspafs Wef 

I'ubberfcamvan Sli 

Tuilyodonaltl Don 

Tynagh Gal % days 

Wells Caal 



M AY 1 27 

Wick low Town 
Youghal Co;k 

r 8tV. Bally hays Cav 
!3 un alack Wei 
ClirFony Sli 
Clough Down 
Coot hall Rofc 
Don a gh more Cork 
Goolden Tip 
Killanteel Cla 
Kin vara Gal 
Moyne Mayo 
Swadlinbar Cav 
iofa.. Ai maghbrega'Me?. 
iiallibay Mon 
Cloghanbegg Don 
Dumod Leitr black cat. 
Di umcafhel Low 
Down Down 
J aider's Pound Cla 
Killinan Li.n 
tCitkin Tyr c.f. 
villorglin Ker 
tCilmictiael Cla 
Me! combe Reg M-\yid, 
Rakeitreet May<> 

% 1 mo, irdrahin Gal 
Irmagh Town 

Jalliborey D>n 
$al Ul anion R,,| c 
gaiiimoie Gul 
gallintra Don 
Ijal linden y \yj c 

Jeltra Sli 
Belturbet Cav 
Brodagh by CrufbtenC\z 
Bunnidane Sh " 
C i k »«»»n.lghD >wyarn ca'. 
Ca'^pollard \Vei 
Caltlefliane Mon 
Claddagh Gal 
Col lorkey Co;k 
C^ole Wef 
Coftersboro Cork 
De rilin Ferm 
Donelong Tyr 
D'imbir Antr 
Oromagh Cork 
Droum tlajree Cork 
D um!na Leit 
1 K,mly Tip 
Paithkgg Wat 



U3 M A Y 

F, ench Pa.k RoU 
G an il on Term 
Lunelk.a FVnn 
Lurgangi ecu 1 ,ow 
Mihord Cork 
Mollidc Ar.tr 
Roekhill Coik 
Saei wood Carl 
Swmford Mayo 
2 .! t u . Balliclare Ann 
D aula via VV'jc 
Kiuiyfart Cla 
Lirgy Cay by Belcoobr 
JN eeden K.cr % days 
Portclannon Aiur 
Vox tglenonfe Dtr 
Ppitarlintort Q^C. 
Rathmelton Don 
Tobercorry Sh 
'Z3W. BiiltlTiagauran Ca' 
Cai'tiereagh Role 
CoolymorohooCoi kCity 
Crolmoi)iia MajO 
Garvagh Der 
K;i:'cn >ra Cia 
Kmgleourt Cav 
Muipliedei Mea 
O anmare Gal 
Rockcorry Mm 

44th. Baliyket Cia «r/. 
Ba'nrmgUhsMayo 
CailleUei mot ivild 
Clare Mayo 
Durrow Kalk 
Fi vcmilctov/n Tyr 
Kiilafhee Lofcgj 
Kilaieague KiM 
Kilmairy mc.mahoiiCla 
Lepjp C01 k 
Qmagh Tyr 
Redh.ll Cav 
Templenoufe Sli 
Tcmpleuo w 11 Vv'ic 
Wc It port Mayo 

•2511'. Ann grove Coi k 
Annoy Anir 
Caftlttownroche Cojk 
Danyan Role 
DungiyJen Der 
Job-niton's bridge A»rn 
Kilbalinerin Kiid 
Kileogny Cav 



M A Y 

Li I more VVa( 
iCitluccan \\ cl 
Lougbglin Role 
Magnerareh Der 
Newtown l.citr 
Nobber Mea 
ShamiiUii; Coik 
Thoinaltowo isolk 
Tulik Role 

*6iat. Calier Tip 
Carnteel T) r 
Call lecarbcrry KoUi 
Caltlederg Tyr 
CI ire Town 
Ciarernore Gal 
Cloone Leitr 
Cool I at in vv'ie c. f. 
ilonamoua May** 
Cfoobahy Cav 
I) oaken in jv. 
Finae Wet 
Glallough M>n 
Longhrea Gal 
Maria tan lands Cork 
ytolahaffe Kcr 
Murlahilh Ker 
R atoatij Mea 

z 8mo. Abingdon Li 
Ardiert Ke. 
siaiiimpre WeJ" 
lialiinamony Cork 
waUindangan Mayo 
baiim^an y Lttn 
calling any Tip 
Ualimxobe Mayo 
J.mada Sli 
Jarri ;kt)iacr >ls vion 
Can i. ahnc Coj k 
Caille-aulL-.d i'y r 
Ci'i lefin D ,;n 
Calil aken Mayo 
Ca ilclyon> Cork 

Jlonagarn vVat 
C lonegal Ca I ft izs 
Coolinanta ivilk 
Cruf'fdoney Cav 
Culliitili ().C. 
Curraheglaads Cork 
D >wnderry Co k 
Drumke rinMumerk. 
Dunymanagh Tyj c. 
Dylan Q^C. 



MAY 

Fit Id I flown Duh 
Parnicarny jsji 
Frankfooi d K>. C. 
C.anarm Antr 
Holy ill a nd Cla 
Jameltowa Le.tr 
KikooJ-e VVic 
fciiiyon K. C. 
Kireubin Down 
KiKuklong Lim 
Kn*c~ropher Kilk 
Limriek Wext 
Macreddjn Wic 
Monagban Town 
Monea Perm 
Mountllianon Gal Cms 
Naas Rdd 

Nautenane Ker % da ;> 
New Rols Wcxt 
Newtown belle w Gal 
P01 tadown Ann 
Katheonmh vVef 
Rathkcran Kilk 
Roiberkoq Kilk 
Roieornmcn Town 
Slieieock Cav 
Siruth&orougf) Moa 
! Taghmon Wexr" 
I 1'alhiny Longt 
j Tempo Perm 
j 'i ooinavara Tip^. cattle 
I Tuboeror lcken Gal 
I Tullagban Leitr 

2.9m. iiaiiy vaj y Miyo 
iicaragh Tyr 
Btltui oet-i aee Ca\ 
^orros in Oilory C. 
Caitleblakeney Gal 
Clogheen Tip 
Clo) ne Coi k 
Donegal Town 
L)ooumore Cra i 
pundrum Tip 
Gallow&iU May© 
Gnrten Tyr 
[qpefhaanon Cork 
fCillaloe Cla 
KJilin-Tip 
Killinnick Wexf 
Lei Kilmallock Lim 
Lo.'igwood Mea 
Magherevooly Ferm 



JUNE 

MonafterevenKUd c. f.\ 
Moone Ki Id | 
Nenagh Tip 
Nevvceftown Cork 
Orchard Carl 
Rathangan Kild 
| Roltrevor Down 

30WC Benburbe Tyr 
Boyle Rofc 
Cionegal Wexf 
Crofs Arm 
Newblefs Mon c.f. 

31 h.Bllinakiil C^. C. 
Belonlagh Rofc 
Cappoquin Wat 
Clones Mon 
Dunfanaghy Don 
Edenderry K. C. 
Emper Wef 
Galway fq.plot,Eaft gate 
Gianogra Lim 
Infegelagh Cork 
Kilclaran Cla 
Killygordon Don 
Lifcarroll Cork 
Powerftown Kilk 
Saintfield Down 
Straid Mayo 
Tubermore Der 

JUNE, 1792. 
I or Y) Allihaunis Mav 
tr. X^Sallinakill Gal 
Beenmore Ker 
Bramhall Mea 
Cafti Ferm 

Caftledawfon Der r. f. 
Caftlewcllan Down 
Coolaney Sli 
Fearhard Tip 
Gorey Wex 
Killiegh K. C. 
Kilteely Lim 
Knockboy Mon 
Ciffloughery Mayo 
MilUlreet Cork 
Vlt.nugent Pollerh.Cav 
Pomeroy Tyr c.f. 
Rathkeal Lim 
Red Cattle Don c.f. 
Stragowna Ferm 
ifat. Ballyhilland Cav 
Maghremore Don 



JUNE 

Minola Mayo 
Newtown Stewart Tyr 
Slane Mea 

4mo Ahoghill Antr 
Ballinamara Kiik 
Billyleague Rofc 
Belcarra Mayo 
Belhn-,tco(tello Mayo 
Bellintoy Antr 
Bryansford Down 
Cappagh Tip 
Caracadle Mayo 
CalUebaldwin Sli 
CoJlonorCillamore Low 
Coik City 
Dromon Lim 2 days 
Ennifcrone Sli 
Fredrickstown Tyr 
Efky Sli 

Jonefborough Arm 
iCeady Arm 
rviigobenet Ker 
Killileagh Down 
Kilmore Down 
Milltown Wef 
Mount hamilton Tyr 
Navan Mea 
Newmill Cork 
Tallagh Wat 

5tu. Balligawly Tyr 
BallinaghCav£/ac£ cat. 
Ballifliannon Don 
Belcoo Ferm 
Drum-ana Wat 
6we. Abbyfhrule Longf 
Ahafcragh Gal 
Ardee Low 
Croghan Rofc 
Donaghadee Down 
Dromore Sli 
Glin Lim 
Raihtriland Down 
Sha n ago 1 di n Li mjirippert 
Trim Mea 
Tullinadaly Gal 

7tu. Ballyhack Wexf 
Belgree Mea 
Broadway Wex 
Cloga Kilk 
Defertmartin Der 
Hacketftown Carl 
Kilcorban Gal 
T 



J.UNfi 129 

Kilkenny City 
Kilworth Cork 
Machrecregan Tyr 
Moccory Wex 
Mohiil Leitr 
MoigroveCoik 
M >untmeliic C, 
Mulliiianone Tip 
Newport Tip 
Saggard Dub 
Torngreny Cla 

8Fr. Arvagh Cav 
Billintogher Sli 
Ballilcanlan Lim 
Baineglera Arm 
Blarney Cork 2 dap 
Drumlhambo Leitr 
Newmarket Cork 
N'ewpott Mayo 
Oldtown Don 
Silvermines Tip 
Turlamore and wee Cla 

olat. Athy Kild 
BaliinphellicCork 
Banbnd^e Down 3 days 
Bantry Cork 
Bellaughy Sli 
Borriloleagh Tip 
Camolin Wex 
Coothill Cav 
Drumqum Tyr 
Pivemilebridge Cork 
Iniftioge Kilk 
Killough Down 
Mountbellew-br. Gal 
Mount Charles Down 
Seatord Down 
Summer h.MetJryCows 

1 1 mo. Ball Mayo 
Bally train Mon c.f. 
Bridgetown Cla 
Clahanian Wex 
Cooigreney We c.f. coins 
CourtSc CurraheenLim 
Donaffe Cla c.f. idays 
Droumiroirk Kerz days 
Drumadooan Antr 
Dunfhaghlin Mea 
Fiddown Kilk 
Kilcullenbridge Kild 
Kilgobenet Wat 
KillenenaghCl* 



1 3 o JUNE 

Longford Town 
Montpelier Lirn 
Oldcaftle Mea 
Ballynafs Don 
Belturbet Cav 
Cookltown Tyr 
Creggs Gal 

Douaghrnore Q^C. z day f 
Dromdcer Cork 2 d^iys 
Drumahare Leitr 
Kiliivally Wef 
Oldmill-ftreet Cork 
PalTage Wat c /. 

! 3WC Cloone Leitr 
EmyvaleMon c. f. 
Killeagh Coik 
Maghrea Der 
Ntn. limavady Der 
Oldftone Antr 
Turlogh Mayo 
i4th.Ai-dftianbrTyrf./ 
Ballinacarrov. Sli 
MalTytown Cork 2 Jays 
Mt.taibot Rofc 
Sevenchurches Wic 

l£fr, Bailieborow Ca\ 
Barnagrove Cork 
Barrowmt. Kilk c.f. cat 
BourceySs barn Mayo 
Callletown lands Mayo 
Rofmanaher Cla 

i6l"at. Kilbcegan Wef 
Kilraainhamwood Mea 
Lifnacon Cork 
1 8m. Ballimoate SWlinen 
Broughfhane Ant 
Cliffony Sli 
Dromoie Cla 
Kingfcourt Cav 
Leitrim Town 
Londonderry City 
Mulaghcrew Low 
Nnt.barry Wex frizelin 
Palatine Town Carl 
Scots Town Mon 
St. Mullins Carl 

ictu. Ballybought Arn 
Belleek Feim 
Connaghe C^i k 
Gravabby Down 
LoughgilJ Antr 
Rockhill Cork 
Scarvaghpafs Down 



JUNE 

Sixmilecrofs Tyr 
Strokeftown Role 
iowe. Ardnaree Mayo 
C^olboy Wic.c. f. 
DromrunaragilebeggCor 
Drum Mon 
Faithlegg Wat 
Gooftcrry hill Cork 
Liibellaw Perm 
Milltownmalbay Cla 
Mobber Mea 
Rochdale Low 
Skieene Mea 
21 th. A^hiim Gal 
Ardeath Mea 
Ardnaglas Sli 
Ballicarry Antr 
Bailigvreqay Lnn year I. 
Broadrord Cla 
Cailidon Tyr 
Carrigart Don 
Caillereagh Rofc 
Caftleftiane Mon 
Cloghan K. C. c.f. 
Convoy Don 
Permoy Cork 
Gilford Down 
Uferkelly Gal 
rvilmacclenan Cork 
Lurganbuy Cork 
Moylogh Gal 
Roicrea Tip 
Tullyodonald Don 
Windygap Wat 

Zitr. Agh.im Wic 
3alliraggeit Kilk 
Balliwaker Down 
Banoge Wex 
Carlow Town 
Clare Mayo 
Croorr.e Lim 
Dervockrace Antr 
Donaghmore Down 
Downpatrick Down 
Drogheda Tcwn 
Diumina Leitr 
Dungai v an Wat 
Bnniikeane Coik 
Fuitona Tyr 
Graig Kilk 
rvilcuilcn Kild 
K.i iliHiandra Cav 
Kilnockin Tip 



JUNE 

Lifnarrick Ferm 
MArkethill Arm 
Moatagrcnoge Wef 
Phiiipllown K. C. 
Raphoe Don 
Tarbert Ker 
Warrenflown Mea 

23 at. Oman Der 
Milltown Ker 
Spanfelh'iU Cla 
2 Cmo. 

Billaghade.Mayo 
Balliconnell Cav 
Baliygurteen Cork 
Ballyludanwell Cla 
Birchgrove Wex 
Brury Lim 
ttufhmills Antr 
Cafcarrigan Leitr 
Coldorky Cork 
Cutlyvore Longf 
I Dromorc Tyr 
Fox ford Mayo 

Kikreeft Gal 

KUteel Kild 

Lifgoold Cork 

Mahery Aim 

Malm Don 

Mountaincaftle Wat 

Naih Wex 

(UthviUy Carl 

Shanon K. C. c. f. 

Suadone Cav 

Stroan Kilk 

Tedounet Mon 

Wanenpoint Down 

Watertord City 
26tu. BurrafakaneTip 

Crebiily Antr 

NewmarketRofcf./"._ya. 

Newtowngore Leitr 

Saintheld Down 

2 7 we. Benburbe Tyr 

Callaghan^mil.CU 

Cappakernanc Maye 

itildorrary Cork 

Leckcarrow Rofc 

Tenehely Wic 

Tehercbrry Sli 
28th. Clones Mon 

Comber Down 

Monamullin We-. 

Omagh I yr 

Temptemore Tip 



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. _BallihaunisMa 
•Hinaho wnAVef 
akingla- Wic 
orris Cari 
plederg fyr 
unda,k Low 
'unkanally Don 
ilge worth (town Longf 
try vale Mon c.f. 
ildare Town 
innegad Wef 
Byghgal] Ann 
anoi hamilton Leitr 
iounthill Arur 
eeden Ker 
athclare Cork 
vinford Mayo 
imohoe Q. C. 
ubberfcanavan Sli 
uragh Lim 

tu. CallJebaldwin Sli 
ntowrf Don 
ane's caltle Antr 
we. Ballahean Mavo 
■llinafloe Gil 
Uingany Lim 
liyket Cla c.f. 
moghadee Down 
llarny Ker 
nturk Cork 
nerick City 
illingar Wef 



JULY 

t Nenagh Tip 
/Sligo Town 
(Tuam Gal 

5 th. Aughnacloy Tyr 

Baliybay Mon 
Bailimagorey Tyr 
Belonlagh Rofc 
Bleffington Wic 
Cappoquiii Wat 
Cattlereagh Down 
Caftletown Low 
Clanoulty Tip 
Clough Down 
Coleraine Der 
Cratilow Cla 
Dungannon Tyr 
Dunlecr Low 
Enifcorthy Wexfrize 3 
rCilcomon K. C. 
Killowen Der 
Magwire's bridge Ferm 
Maryboiough Q. C. 
Midleton Cork 
Rathbride Ki Id 
Kathdrum Wic 
St. John's Rofc 
St. John's well Cla 
St- John's well Kilk 
Tandei agee Arm 
Timolegue Cork 
f ipperary Town 
Tryadd Der 
Tubermoie Der 
Tullyvin Cav 

6h. Ballyfarnon Rofc 
Kiledmund Carl 
Stronorlane Don 
7lat. Buniingla- Mayo 
Manorcuniugham Don 
Newolifs Mon c. /. 
Quia Cla 
Tailaglu Dub 

9 m o. Ardiert Ker 
Bail;linch KiJk 
CaiUehar Mayo 
Donegal Town 
Doonmoie Gal 
Dunboyn Mea 
Eyre's court Gal 
Grivifk Rule 
Gotten Tyr 
Hoipitle Lim 
Jaiueltown Leitr 
T a 



JULY i 3 i 

I K-ilfin Ker 
Mt.pelier Lim (lore cat. . 
Oidcaftle Mea 
Roflea Ferm ~ 
Shinrone K.C. 
Tafliiny Longf 
Tobberpadder Gal 
Virginia Cav 

lotu. Armagh Town 
8a Hi mon y Antr 
Ballinahinch Down 
BaJlyvoorney Cork 
Callan Kilk 
Carnckmacrofs Men 
Claboy Ferm 
CJonbullock K. C. 
Cloone Leitr 
-terrygonelly Ferm 
Lfenagh Ferm 
Dunor- Wef 
Goic- Wexf 
Kiliiacle Tip 
Killiboy Kilk 
Kilrnurrahan Cork 
Letterkenny Don 
Loughbrickiand Down 
Lowtherltown Ferm 
Nantanant Lim 
Newealtle Wic 
Newtown Wat 
Rathdowny Q. C. 
Raihrarnham Dub 
Skibbereen Cork. 
Stradbally C. 
Teraplepatrick Antr 
Tullamore K. C. 
Tullov. Carl 
1 i we. Aimer Lim xdavt 
Athieage Rofc 
Cloghan K. C. c. /. 
Leixhp Kild c.f. 
Onator Tyr 

1 2th. Cahirmee Cork 
Frenchpark Role 
Grayltown Tip 
KJlmaine Mayo 
Long wood Mea 
Macromj e Cork 
Monaghan Town - 
Moy fyr 

Nm. n navady Der 
Tobberindony Gal 
j 31V. j£a)lyhays Cat 



ijz JULY 

Coolagurra Cork j 
Dunlavin Wic 
Dunlo Gal 
Graigftown Kilk 
Kclls Kilk 
Lulk Dub 
Noughwell Wef 
Ravenfdale Low 
Whetthil) Ferm 
!4fa.Kilfenny com^Lim 

i6mo. Ballicaftle Ann 
Caltragh Gal 
Cunas&rnaun Cork 
Dromkeen Ker 
Drumfhambo Leitr 
Randalftown Antr 
Taghmon \\ ex 
Tullow orNewbrig.Lim 
I 7tu.Ballyjame:duffC?v 
Dunmanway Cork linen 
Ederneybriuge Ferm 
Rathmelton Don 
Swatteragh Der 

i8we. BallironeQ^ .C 
Drumkenin Leitr 
Portrenard Lim 
19th. Arma'brega* Mea 
Garrifon Ferrn 
Kiliia Tyr c ./. 
Montanageejohnft. Ker 

zofr. Aghygaults Don 
Caher Tip 
Kildangan Kild c.f 
Killowan Kild 
Lifbellaw Ferm 

21 fa. Belturbet Cav 
Caftkfhane Mon 
Kilcummer Cork 
Killeter Tyr 
Newport Tip 
23m ijaliindarganMayo 
Ballingarry Tip 
Bruff Lim 
Clonegown K C. 
Crumiin Antr 
Drumahare Leit 
Largy Cav. by Beicoc br 
Lett rim Tow a 
Lifburn Aatr 
Million npafs Rofc 
Moffide Antr 

-2 4tu . Ballklare Aiur 
B^uhilJ CVv 



JULY 

2 5 we Athy Kild 
Ballycanow Wexf 
Ballygurteen'Cork 
Bally hack Wexf 
Benburbe Tyr 
Boyle Rofc 
Burnchurch Kilk 
Clane Kild cattle c.f, 
Clara K. C. 
Clonmallon Weft 
Coolboy Wic c.f. 
Johnfton's bridge Arm 
Liftowhill Ker 
Lurgan Low 
Mallow Cork 
Mountbellewbridge Ga) 
Moyne Mayo 
O'Brien's bridge CU 
Paftage Cork 
Pettigoe Don 
St. Mullins Carl 
Tramore Wat 
Twomilebrid^e Wat 
26th. Angfelburro'Liro 
Ballimena Antr 
BallinagoboggbridgeAn 
Bonlahy Longf 
Caftleblakeney Gal 
Clogher Tyr 
Frcnchfurs Kild 
Gai vagh Der 
Kilmuiry Kilk 
Lagocurry Arm 
Mulaghcrew Low 
Shrule Mayo 
Templeltown Wic 
Tom haggard Wexf 

ljfi\ buncrana Don 
Cappagh Tip 
Caftiel City Tip 
Finae Wef 
Swadlinbar Cav 
Tuliy Kild ' 
zfttYCalHetn.rocheCork 
Defei tmartin Der 
Di iimgriflin Gal 
GUllougli Mon 

301110. Ardlallagh Roi 
Aiketon Lim 
BairiconneliGfiV 
Ballintogher Sii 
Barry Longf 
iJijiiiUiS Down 



AUGUST 

Loughglin Rofc 
Mitchelftown Cork 
Saintfield Down 
St. Margaiets Dub 
Straid Mayo 
Templehoufe Sli 

3itu. Ballicowan K.C. 
Baliintra Don 
Brookborough Ferm 
Clonegal Carl cattle 
EnaghCla 
Lame Antr 
Mohill Leitr 
Mon after even Kild c.f. 
Oldtown Don 
Portferry Down 

AUGUST, 1792. 
1 or A GnaboeQ^C.2^ 
we. r\ Ardara Dun 
Ballagh-aderin Mayo 
Ballinode Mon 
ByaJlytrain Moo c.f. 
Bangor Dowh 
Banowmount Kilk 
Caftledawion Derc./. 
Caftleilland Ker 
Caltlepollard Wef 
Caftieoown Delvia Wef 
Clady Tyr 
Clanoghkilty Cork 
Ciogheen l ip 
Clonroand Cla 
Convoy Don 
Coolkenno Wic 
Dromore Tyr 
Glangowra Cork 
Hollywood Wic 
Kingl court Cav 
Malm Don 

Melcombe Regis Mayo 
Mount Bemilh Cork 
Newport pratt *>iiyo 
Rathvilly Catl 
Roitrevor Dowq 
Scraby Cav 
Tempo Ferm 
Tullyodonald Doa 
Tui laghmore Gal 
Tyone Tip 

ith. Arditranbr. Tyrcfi 
BaliycUaye Kit 
Calla'ghane Ferm 
Laiiov. a:ll FettiA 



AUGUST 

Clones Mon 
Connor Antr 
Fearbane K. G. 
Muff 0er 
Roe's green Tip 
Skibberee v n Cork 

3fr. Beleels Arm 
CaftledergTyr 
Coolgreuey Wex c.f.f.cat 
Croaghburgefs Lim 
Kikoguy Cav 
Kilcorkey Rofc 
Krticknamariff Cork 
Moneygall K. C, 
Orrator Tyr 
St.Johnfton's bridge Don 
Scar Wexf 
Sheepbnd^e D4.v/n 

4fat. B ofTney K. C. 
Caltlederm.Kiid/.w/. 
Fuerty Role 
Kilconneil Gal lambs 
Ntale Mayo 
Ntn.gote Mayo 
Tralee Ker 
Tullaghan Leitr 

6mo. Athboy Mea 
Ballabay Cork 
Ballaibdare Sli 
Balliciough Cork 
Billinacai rig Cav 
Baliinagh Cav 
Ballinamallard Fcrm 
Baina Gal 
BeJcoo Ferrq 
Bvinbui be Tyr 
Birr K. C. 
Bunnidane Sli 
Buniloleagii Tip 
Card* iny Cork 
Carlanftown Mea 
CaltJefin Don 
Cattlelamlon Rofc Iambi 
Clogh Aiur 
Crols Aim 
Dangan Cork 
Dan y an Rofc 
D wax Wic 
D unihlh Loogf 
Duuhill Tip 
Dunianaghy Don 
L-ny v-3 ir Mon c J 
Ficih.oid Kilk ' 



AUGUST 

jGormanHown Tip 
James's well Sli 
tvilca(h Tip 
Kiilacounty Cork 
Kilmore Down 
Kilmurry Kilk 
Knockmoyland Kilk 
Limerick City 
Lurgan Arm 
Muff Don 
Nantanant Lim 
Mm. butler Ferm 
Omagh Tyr 
Redcrofs Wic 
Smith (bo rough Mon 
Tradlon Cork 
Weftport Mayo 
Whitechurch Wat 
7tu, Banada S U 
Cafhe! City Tip 
Parkgate Antr 
Tenehely Wic 
8we, Barnagrove Cork 
Bellinacollello Mayo 
Brideiwell Rofc 
Middletowa Arm 
Roffcrea Tip 
9th. Arklow Wic 
Camolin Wexf 
Carrigaline Leitr 
Clai emore Gal 
Coolaney Sli 
Kilfinan Lim hot Jet 
Machrecr^an Tyr 
10 tr. BallinhalVig Coik 
I'nnifkiilcn Perm 
Of la worth Coik 

Glaflbn Wef 
Gowran Kilk 
Kilaakck Cav 
Moylogh Gal lambs 
Naa<s Kild 
New Rofs Wexf 
[Saki^reef Ma } * 
Ro/berkon Kilk 
Sktrriies Duo 
I ifat. HailiaiahonLonvjf 
harnagiouy C. 
Br>/e M<iyo 
CookllOwn i 
(Jul t Gal 
Kikock rvird 



AUGUST 133 

I Knockany Lim 
1 3 mo. Affane Wat 
Ardfallas Cla 
Armagh Town 
Ballimagauran Cav 
Ballina Mayo 
Ballinakill C. 
Ballifcanlan Lini 

Ballmagarrydn.Lint 
Ballon Carl 
Baineglera Arm 
Balrothery Dub 
Bel fa It An tr 
Bilbo Lim x 

Carrickdrumrouik Leitr 
Carrigaline Cork 
Cartlebrack Q. C. 
Calllemorres &ilk 
Caftleplunkei Rofc 
Caltlelhane Mon 
CladdaghGul 
Cloghjorcion Tip 
Cloarert Gai 
Creggs Gai 
Dervock Antr c.f* 
Donard Wic 
Doneraile Cork 
Duanclong Tyr 
^nnilkean Cork 
Gi eencallleDown 
Kiimc.thomas Wat 
Lifane Der 
Mallytown Cork. 
Mooac Kii.J 
Mulf Cav 
Ntn.eyi e Gal 
l^ortglenone Der 
.lathcormick Coik 
Rcucaltie Don c.J a 
Shgo Town 
Strangtord Dowa 
Stroaoi lane i>^ij 
Tarbert Iter 
Wicklow Towa 

I4tu. Agciaie May* 
Aioagh Lim 
Auguer T) r 
uaitfaUaraa Wef 
CacarfigaH Ujiur 
^.avaa luwn 
Cuu:v.hla:»d Kilk 
Uua b 'aa.ion Tyr' 



134 AUGUST 

Jonefboro' Arm 

Keady Arm 
1 5 we. Anngrove Cork 

Ardnaglas Sli 

Baliitorc Kild 

Bally brittas ^ C. 
■ Bally murry Role 
- Ballvlheehane Tip 

Brodagh byCrufheenCla 
I Carrick on Su e Tip 

Churchill Don 

Cloghan K. C. c. f. 

Doobaily Cav 
,. Garri flown Dub 
! HiiJiboroughDown 

Kill more Lim 
Mallacanlands Cork 
Mulaghciew Low 
Nafh Wexf 
Newbridge Kild c.f, 
Nobber Mea 
Portumna Gal 
Rat hconrath Wef 
Roitellan Co:k 
Tobei corry Sli 
(ffrlingford Kilk 

i6ih. Carnew Wic 
CalHeblaynev Mon 
Charlemont Arm c.f. 
Claranbrrdge Gail 
Clonony K. C. 
Proifakiele Mea 
Ppnogha^ee Down 
Grevifk Role Z days 
Maghrea Der 
icarawelfli Wexf 
Suadone Cav 

l 7 1 r - Baiil) bo'-ow Cav 
Ballyker Cla c.f. 
Ballyvaiy Mayo 
Clare Mayo 
jpoolyrtioi ohooCork eit) 
Kilkenny City jfritbe 
Killalla Mayo 
Ki I lough Down 
Letterkenny Don 
Mu.lihilh Ker 
pcotftown Mon 
'I armonban y Ro c 

i 8l.it. Drumod Lcitr 
D mm one Lim 
Finae Wef 

Fivwniletewn Tyr I 



AUGUST 

| Lifbeilaw Ferm 
t Monaghan Town 

Newblifs Mon r./. 

Seortagliny Ker 

Swinrord Mayo 
lomo. Ardee Low 

Balhhean Mayo 

Beltra Sli 

Caherconlilh Lim 

CullenwayneK.C. 

Dromagh Cork 

Fermoy Cork 

Longford Town % days 

Loughrea Gal 

Moyvore %Vef 

Newcaftle Lim 
Ntn.barry VVex/r. line* 
OldeaftleMea 
Shandrom Cork 
Sherwood Carl 
SpanfclhiJl Cla 
Tuiflc Rofc 
i. i tu. AbbvknockmoyGal 
Baiiiboy fC. C. 
Bailimany Kild 
Ballinamone Cork 
Baiinamore Gal 
Ballinderry Wic 
Ballypooreu Tip 
Bantry Cork 
Calian Kilk 
Calliuon Tyr 
Qafndonagh Dor. yarn ca. 
Caitlecomer Kilk 
Crebilly Antr 
Currans Ker 
Dunlavin Wic 
Gallowihill Mayo 
Ha*, ketftown Carl 
Kiliu i an Wexf 
Kiith.lauitnce Wat 
Knockecroghery Role 
Limruk Wetft 
Lurganhuy Leitr 
Manilla Cork 
Moiahafte Ker 
Vz imerllown Dub 
Ramullaa Don 
Stradbally C. 
St agowna Perm 
Thurles Tip 
Timoleague Cork 
Windygap Wai 



AUGU ST 

Cooldorkey Cork 
2 1 we. Inniftymond Cla 
Killilhandra Cav 

Laurencetown Gal 

Rock corry Mon 

23th. CaftlereaghRofc./. 

Dunow Kilk 

MilJtown Ker % days 

Omagh Tyrone 
24fr. Ballicarry Antr 

Ballyhack Wexf 

Baliynais Don 

Caltlecaufield Tyr 

Churchtown Der 

Coldorky Cork 

Currabeglands Cork 

Fore Wef 

Milford Cork 

"Furlough Mayo 

Wexford Town 
*§fat. Ahafcragh Gal 

Bailintubber Rofc 

Cloghanbegg Don 

Giaflough Mori 

Grange Sli 

Iflerkelly Gal 

Kilmurryibrickan Ch 

Magherafelt Der 

New market Cla 

Newtown Leitr 

Rathfran Mayo 
Rathkeal Lim 

a)tno.Ahoghill Antr 
Ardagh Longf 
Balltcaitle Antr 
Ballimore Dub 
Ballinaradd Rofc 
Ballyhooly Cork 
Banbridge Down 3 days 
Bennett's bridee Kiln - 
Birr K. C. 
Cahu city weft Lim 
Cai low Town 
Carnteel Tyr 
Carrigtwohill Coik 
Churchtown W«f 
Clonagam Wat 
CJoone Leitr 
Coo 11 at in Wic c.f, 
Cr«okltown Cork • 
CroflUoney Cav 
Donagh Ferm 
Don ny brook Duw 



SEPTEMBER 

Drogheda Town 
Drumlna Leitr 
Dundalk Low 
Dunymaaagh Tyr c. f. 
Enifcorthy Wex frize 24 
Garretftown Mea 
Goolden Tip 
Kildyfart Cla 
Kilg^rvan Wef 
Lowiherftown Ferra 
Modiligoe Wat 
Monea Ferm 
Mountmellick C. 
Newmarket Cla 
Port Don 
Racahill Lim 
Raihungan Kild 
Raphoe Don 
Rockhill Cork 
Ruflewood Kild 
Saintrleld Down 
Tillaroan Kilk 
Tubbermurry Lim 
Tullyvin Cav 

2.8tu. Caftlelyons Cork 
Kircubin Down 
Lough oF Co; k 2 days 
Mt.fhannon Gal cattle 

a^we. Bearagh Tyr 
Benburbe Tyr 
porten Tyr 
Muilingar Wef 
3oBallingan ycr.Limr./. 
B illyhays Cav 
Chui chill Ferm 

31 fr. Abington Lim 
BallinvreenyLim 
Donaghmore C. 
Gorey Wexf 
Infegelagh Cork 
Kiilygordon Don 
UfcarroU Cork 
Tynagh Gal 2 Jays 

SEPTEMBER 1791. 

lor Eenmore Ker 

a. _£>CalHewdlanDo. 

Cun agin aige Wex 

Jametlown Leitr 

Millftreet Cork 

Mukir.nnam Wef 

Wewcaltle Wic 

).m*AihloneWe(Vf»./</. 

rfalli^awly Tyr 



SEPTEMBER 

Ballinakelly Cork $daj3 
Carracaftle Mayo 
CafHemaine Ker 
Clones Mon 

Court & Curraheen Lim 
Croome Lim 
Drumcuileher Cork 
Ennis Cla 
Fintown Don 
Kildorrary Cork 
Killaloe Cla 
Kiltarton Gal 
Leitrim Town 
Saintfield Down 
Slane Mea 
Templemore Tip 
Warrenflown Mea 

4tu. Ballinavarr Cork 
Balliraggett Kilk 
Bartholomew well Co:k 
Bellintoy Antr 
Bcltuibei Cav 
Caftletown Cork 
Cookftown Tyr 
Crofs Arm 
Donegal Town 
D/umanagh Wat 
Emyvale Mon c.f. 
Fairhill Gal 
Ferns Wexf 
Galway Town 
Graney Kilk 
KilcooU ^Vic 
Kilmaganny Kilk 
Kingfale Coik 
Knockmill Carl 
Londonderry City 
Loughgall Arm 
Luitrelttown Dub 
Maryborough Q. C. 
Nenagh Tip 
Ntn.torbe^ Longf 
OldcaftJcCoik 
Rathfallagh Wic 
Ruggfbbroogh Cork 
Seaford Down 
Shanagoolden Lim 
Straid Antr 
TriUic Tyr 
TullaCla 

5 we. Coolaney Sli 
Scarvaghpals Down 
6th. CatH«l>aldwin SI 



SEPTEMBER 135 

Keelouges Mayo 
Sixmilewater Cork 
7fr. Cappakernane Mayo 
FeathaidTip 
Mt.pelierLim ftore cattle 
Stratford on Slaney Wic 
8ia. BallaghaderinM.tyo 
Ballinamultina Wat 
Cloghan K.C. c. f. 
EyrccourtGal 
Holpitle Lim 
JohnRown bridge Kild 
Kikullenbridge Kild c.f. 
Kild.oughil Kild 
Kilmurry Cork 
Kilnener Wexf 
Kilfallaghan Dub 
Mulaghcrew Low 
Newmarket Cork 
Redlyon Inn Kild 
Rofslea Ferm 
St. muliin Carl c. f. 
io:n.Ballyvoorney Cork 
Cafhel City Tip 
Emper Wef 
Kells Mea 
Knockaderry Lvm 
Paffage Wat c.f, 
Tyone Tip 

1 1 tu B.dlinahownWef 
Kilv/orth Cork 
Middletown Arm 

1 z we. Ardrahin Gal 
Baltinglas Wic 
Coothill Cav 
Crofmalina Mayo 
Edgeworthftown Lonjf 
Glin Lim 
Kilfennycomon Lim 
Kilkenny City frize 
Loughgiin Rofc 
Macrompe Cork 
bldmilfttreet Cork 
Rathdowny Q^C. 
Roimanaher Cla 
Silvermi.ies Tip 
Wheathtll Ferm 

13th. Mohill Leitr 
TulloworNewbridLrrf#. 

i4tr. Brury Lim 
Camas & Maun Coik 
Bailymoate Sli linen 
Brough&aiie A*t 



i 3 6. SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 



MullinahoncTip 
Myflull Carlow c. f 
Newtn.barry Wex cat. 
i 5 la. Barugher K.C.4J 
171110. CalUebar Mayo 
Danmanway Cork 
Navan Mea 
Oldcaftle Mea 
Shanhallymore Cork 
TallagluDub 
i3tu. BallinakelIyCk3</ 
Ballifhanon Don 
Bellaughy Sli 
Blarney Cork 
Caher ^°ip % days 
C'aftJeotway l ip % days 
Ennifcrone Sli 
Finae Wef 
Glinik Rofc 
Hacketftown Carl 
Kilcorban Gal 
Loughbrickid. Down c.f. 
MolahafFe Ker 
Rathkeal Lira 
Tobar Cla 
Tobberindony Gal 
Tubberfcanavan Sli 
Turlaghmore Gal 
fowe, BallicloughCort 
Ballifarnon Rofc 
Balligunrter Wat 
Ballitrifna Kilk 
Bennet'sbridge Kilk 
Carnteel Tyr 
Carrigtwohill Cork 
CalTlefamfon Role cattle 
Crumlin Antr 
Drum Mon 
Drumana Wat 
Drumliih Longf 
Dunleer Low 
Enifcorthy Wexf frixe 1 7 
Feathard Tip 
Kildare Town 
Kingfcourt Cav 
Ladyhland Wexf 
Maynooth Kild 
Rathtriland Down 
Rof* Cork 
Rottrevor Down 
Templeftown Wic 
Tubbermurry Lim 
s<nh. Bray Wic 



Cappoquin Wat 
Gooiberryhill Cork 
Keney Wei" 
Loughmaik M.iyo 
Mullahifh Ker 
Saintfielo Down 
Sevenchurches K. C. 
TuraghLim 
zifr. Ballycanow Wexf 
Caittagh Gal 
Calve, (town Kild 
Cully vore Longf 
Donaife Cla c.f. % days 
Farnicarney Sit 
Frenchpark Role 
Galway fq.plot eafl gat 
ivilcummer Co;k 
Killinnick Wexf 
Kilmurry Kilk 
Mofgrove Cork 
zzfat. Ardpatrick Lim 
Ballihaunis Mayo 
Emly Tip 

Largy Cav by bekco hr. 
Milkownpafs Rofc 
MonunageeJohnlln.Ker 
Mountcharles Don 
SummerhillMea/^/>®V 

24mo. Ardnaglas Sli 
Athleage Rofc 
Ball Mayo 
Beale Ker 
Cluggin Lim 
Dromon Lim 
Glanwort Cork 
Holycrofs Tip 
Newtownards Down 

2gtu. Arklow Wic 
Ballibogan Mea 
Ballibought Arm 
Ballyhibbuck Kilk 
Ballynfpidale Cor\a%days 
Caftlecomer Kilk 
Cav an Town 
Drimelegue Cork 
Drumcannon Wat 
Johnfton's bridge Arm 
Kilbalinerin Kild 
Leighlinbridge Carl c.f, 
Lifmore Wat 
Mullinahow Kilk 
Newtown Cork 



I StoneSall Lim 
Tranflown Cok 
^5 we. Angle/burro* Lin 
Benburbe Tyr 
Bunafakane Tip 
Claremore Gal 
Coolboy Wic c.f 
D; omore Cla 
Needen Ker z days 
Talhiny Longt 
27thCarrickroacrofsMon 
Clare Mayo 
Leckcarrow Rofc 
ztfrr. Rockfield Rofc 
Tedounct Mon 
zoi'at. Aghygaults Don 
Anngrove Cork 
Balbriggen Dub 
lialliconnel Cav 
Ballinhailig Cork 
Ballinlough Rofc 
Baililcanlan Lim 
Ballyhack Wexf 
Ballytrain Mon c.f 
Birchgove Wexf 
Cappagh Tip 
Cattlederm Kild 
CalUelyons Cork 
Callletn. lands Mayo 
CatUetn.roche Cork 
Clonmalbn Wef 
Cloone Leitr 
Coldorky Cork 
Di omore Tyr 
Fiddown Kilk 
Forkill Arm 
Glaflough Moa 
Kncock rviid 
Kilcorkey Rofc 
Kild.mgan Kild 
Kiilalhee Longf 
Kilmore Down c, f. 
Kilteel Kild 
Mountbellewbridge Gal 
Wountbemilh Cork 
Mountaincaftle Wat 
Mountrath Q^C. 
Rathmolion Mea cattle 
Rufh Dub 
Shannon K. C. 
Tinehinch Carl 
TurloughmoreCU Jbeep 



OCTOBER OCTOBER 

OCTOBER, 1791. I Tintrm Wexf 
" BallycierihanTi] Tubbeihany Tip 
Ballinakili Gal 1 



I or 
mo. 

.Boyle Rofc 
CaftleiflandKer 
Cork City 
Defei tmartin Der 
Emyvale Monc/. 
Gianard Longf 
Kilteely Lim 
Knocklong Lim 
Lillkughhery Mayo 
Meelick Gal 
MounthiJ] Ant 
Newcaflle Lim 
Tram ore Wat 
Trim Mea 
Tulla Cla 

atti. Aughadown Cork 
Ballibay Mon 
Balliheene Cork toio 
Ballikeroge Wat 
Baliinagh Cav 
Ballinahinch Down 
Ballintra Don 
Ballively Mayo 
Balnalack Wef 
B.tlneglera Arm 
Cafh Ferm 
CalHeblakeney Gal 
Cartlecarberry Kild 
Caftiehacket Gal 
Caftlemartyr Cork 
Connogh Cork 
Cronrow Wic 
CulliliillCLC. 
Dunfanaghy Don 
Enni/kean Cork 
Jcve; flown Cla 
Kennety K. C. 
Kilcullen Kild 
Kii r aclening Cork 
Kilmurry Kilk 
Knockany Lim 
Maghcrevooly Ferm 
MagwireVoridge Ferm 
Milltown Wei 
Moatagrenoge Wef 
Moneyhore Wexr" 
Karrawater Down 
Omagh Tyr 
Orchard Carl 



1 Woodford Galz days 
3 we. Ahacrofs Corkjio^ca 
^ Ferry point Wat 
jFoxford Mayo 
| Fredevitkftow-n Tyr 
| Mulnavat Kilk 
i Innefhanon Cork 
jTenebely Wic 
4th. BallimagauranCav 
Ballinclare Ker 
Clones Mon 
Mounthamilton Tyr 
Tobercorry Sli 
Oflce Kild 2. days 
5 fr. BallinafloeGal to o 
Clilfony Sli 
Lifburn Antr 
NewmarketRofyar/xf./ 
Newrols Wex^/;, Jri. 
Ravenidale Low 
Rofberkon Kil hops, fri 
6l'at. Balliclough Cork 
Ballycleave Ker 
Belcoo Ferm 
Ederneybridge Ferm 
Geafhel K. C. 
3m.ArdllranbridgeTyrr j 
"arrigaline Leitr 
Cafllefin Don 
Drumfhambo Leitr 
Uru'-ntna Leitr 
Kilfin Ker 
Kilgowan Kild 
Manorhamilton Leitr 
Newcallle Dub 
Shane scaftle Antr 

9 tu. Armagh Tcwn 
Alkeaton Lim 
Bunnidane Sli 
CahirmeeCork 
Fedemore Lim 
Kiifenora Cla 
Kilmichael Cla 
Kinnegad Wef 
Leixl.p Kild c.J. 
Monaghan Town 
Rathmelton Don 
Rofcrea Tip 
Sligo Town 
Tralee Ker i days 
U 



OCTOBER 1 37 

Trillic Tyr 

lowe.Ahoghill kxsifixat 
Ardnaree Mayo 
Athy Kild 
Aughnacloy Tyr 
Ballidehob Cork 
Ballimony Antr 
BallinphellicCork 
Belleek Ferm 
Callan Kilk 
Carlingford Low 
Caftlebellingham Low 
Caftlepollard Wef 
Caftletn.gecghe^anWef 
Charleville Cork 
Clanoghkilty Coik 
Cookftown Tyr 
Donoghadee Dowo 
Doonmore Gal 
Dromore Down 
Drumod Leit 
Dundrum Down 
Eirkemacoody Kilk 
|oifcorthy Wex fnze 8 
Faithlegg Wat 
Fivemilebridge Cork 
Keenagh Longf 
^ilcooly Tip 
Kil'yon K. C. 
Kilrea Der 
-.i r mullane Lim 
Lifnelkea Ferm 
Longfield Leitr 
Midleton Cork 
Nadrid Cork 
Nenagh Tip 
Newmarket Cork 
Ntn.ftewart Tyr 
Norn's Arm 
Orrator Tyr 
Ramichael Dub 
Rathdrum Wic 
Sagard Dub 
Skreen Mea 
Stradone Cav 
Stronorlane Don 
Tallagh Wat 
Tipperary Town 
Tobberpadder Gai 
Tomgreny Cla 
iith.Ballindangan Mayo 
BalJibrood i.\mgraj f .cj % 



n$ OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER 

P'iltown Don 
S ai rickonlhure Tip 
^artlepluiik'tt Rofc 
Killanaule Tip 
Killileigh Down 
Ntn.btllew Gul 
Orillown Mea 
Spurroboy Lim 
!2r*r.DronndeerCork2r/y, 
Drumcafhel Low 
Kilrufh C!a 
Liftellaw Ferm 
Maghrea Der 
MaiTytown Cork 1 days 
Monivea Gal 
Poi tat lington Q. C. 
Skibbereen Cork 
Urlingford Kilk 

1 jfatClonroand Cla 
Newblifs Mon c. f. 
Nobber Mea 
Portienard Lim 
St. Johrvfton's Don 

1 $mo. Adate Lim 
Aghrim Gal 
BailieborcrwOv 
B.tll-imore Wef 
Ballinacarrow Sli 
Bally volane Cm k 
Bantry Cork 
Ba rro w mour. t Ki ikcat. cj 
Bellintoy Antr 
Boniahy Longf 
Butt av ant Cmk 
Cappoquin Wat 
Canickmines Dubi d. 
Clane Kild 
Clubboy Ferm 
Dungannon Tyr 
Galbally Lim 
Headford Gal 
Ready Arm 
Lagoturry Arm 
Lifnarrkk Ferm 
LifTinilky Tip 
Loughglin Rofc 
Moyne Mayo 
Newceftown Coik 
Ntn.gore Leitr 
i6tu.BorrosinOfforyCl.C 
Claregalway Gal 
Pmndrum Tip 



Rockhill Cork 
Dunkantlly Don 
Grevilk Role 1 days 
Kells Mea 
Killeagh K. C. 
Rofmanaher Cla 
St.okettown Ko(cJbeep 
i 7WC Bailintogher Sli 
Cahirconlifh Lim 
Doonamona Mayo 
Droumiroirk Ker i Jays 
KiHin Tyr c. f 
Kinvara Gal 
Londonderry City 
Rockcorry Mon 

1 8 th. Abbyfeal Lim 
Broadway We*f 
BrufFLim 
Burnchurch Kilk 
Ctftletown Q^C. 
Cecil's town Cork 
Holycrots Tip 
Kilcorr in K. C. 
Machrecregan Tyr 
Mayo .Q^ C. 
Milhowmnalbay Cla 
Mulaghcrew. Low 
New Rofs Wext 
Rofbe.ikon Kilk 
Timohoe C. 
Tulrahan Mayo 
Twomilebridge Wat 
You glial Cork 

ic«rr. Ardfallagh Rofc 
Bellinacollello Mayo 
Clough Down 
Comber Down 
Drumkerrin Leitr 
Garriflfon Ferm 
Mohill Leitr 
Montpelier Lim 
Scorugiiny Ker z days 

aofat. Ballynafs Doa 
Ballynecargy Wef 
Ballyraggett Kilk 
CalUederg Tyr 
Charltftown K. C, 
Drum Tip 
Fearbane K. C. 
Killalotf Cla 
KnucknamarifF Cork 
Lepp Cork 



Oranmore Gal 
Rochdale Low 
Tubeimore Der 

2Zmo Aghaboe Q. C. 
Ballimena Antr 
B i llin. oat e Gal 
Ballifarnon Rofc 
Ballina-mallard Fet m 
Ballymu'ry Role 
BuJhmills Antr 
Donaghmore Down 
Dundalk Low 
Galway f [.plot eaftGate 
Joneiboro* Arm 
Killgobenett Ker 
K ilkenny-welt Wef 
Longford Town 
Mt.nfj gent, Pol lereaghCa 
Oldltone Antr 
St. Kennis Kilk 
Taghmon Wexr* 
Templemore Tip 
TullamooreK; C. 
23 tu. Ardee Low 
Dunlavin Wic 
Killavally Wef 
-Lurganbuy Leitr 
Newport Tip 
Straid Antr 
Sti aid Mayo 
Tubberbrackane Gal 
2,4w. Armaghb; egaghMe 
Gorten Tyr 
Kilnoc-kin Tip 
T Redhill Cav 
Tulldeale Cork 
astty Balliconnell Cav 
•Ballymoe Gal 
Dungiven Der 
Kiltinan Lim 
KnockecrogheryRo i6jb 
Muff Don 
Roe's green Tip 
Silvermines Tip 
Waterford City 
iSrr.Ballyjamesduff Cav 
Convoy Don 
Culloville Arm l days. 
F.nnilkillen Ferm 
GooldenTipy?. & /. rat. 
Kilitter Tyr 
Markethill Arm 
Moccory Wcxf 



OCTOBER 

Battlefield Down 
i| 2 7lau . Ardeath Mea 
[CafUereagb Down 
hperrilin Ferm 
i-)roumalegree Cork 
► Jlafflough Mon 
Ipwfey Wexf 
|4urroe Lim 
laomo. Athenry Gal 
I Jiilihaunis May 
t-lallimore Dub 
Itallinderry Wic 
|lallylcague Role 
I'anagher K. G. 
I andon Cork 
I arry Longf 
||iwn Kilk 
enburbe Tyr 
logban K. C. 
logheen Tip 
lonbullock lv. C. 
|onnor Am r 
roghan Role 
alien Tip 
u. rans Ker 
ci voek Antr c f. 
boegal Town 
Jwnpatiick Down 
lOgUeda Town 
■rrn-, Wear" 
ntona i yr 
ana. tn Antr 
anp^i a Lim 
tnavy Aiur 
Boeragh Ker 
ange Sli 
ayaoby Down 
loeggan Wei* 
Icreelt Gal 
Imain Mayo 
raekaderry Lim 
townill Kcr 
|Hei a tit per 
liow Cork 
Rebel's fort Cork 
1011c Kild 
wry Down 
Wtown Wic 
n.Cu tingbam Dun 
a. eyre Gal 
n.liin^vudy Der 
(lie Mca 



NOVEMBER 

f Fallis Tip 
Rathcormick Cork 
Roilee Sli 

Roughtybridge Ker 

Tmebinch Q. C. 

Tullow Cari 
30tu. Collinftown We 
Holpitle Lim 
Kilmainhamwood Mea 
Tempicpat:ick Antr 

3 1 we. Ballycarr Ant 
iitlotiLgb iioie 
Benburne Tyr 
Caniga.t Don 
Coolboy VV'u c. f. 
Drumahare Leiu 
Mahery Aim 
Malm Don 
■Ni-n.rorbe.s Long! 
Qjiin Cia 

Tubberlcariavan Sli 
NOVEMBER, 1791. 
1 or j\ Gbygauiu D 01 
ib. /\Ai dara Don 
Arvagb Cav 
-Hailaghanenn Mayo 
ttaUimany Kild 
B*liinode Mon 
Bailytrain Mon c. f. 
Becli /el); id<e-tnd Mea 
Can ic^ie^us Ann 
Caltiebaki\Mi*>Sli 
Cburc btown Dep 
Clara K. C. c f. 
Coo i, sen no Wic 
Cro ghburgeuLim 
Dromore Tyr 
Lnniikillen Ferm 
Gai 1 illowu Dab 
xtaagowi a Cork 
Jrauiha Kcr z days 
Hollywood Wic 
tCildare Town 
iilgobeittt, Wat 
xipmort Lim 
Kilmmry Cork 
tvilnak-ck Cav 
fijlied Kild 

Lit goo Id Cork 
•yiountmeUick Q.O. c j 
Mount-talbot Roll 
.viuft" Der 



NOVEMBER 1 

|Ntn. Gore Mayo 
Itftn. Saville Tyr 
Quin Clare 
Randaillown Antr 
Rathbeagh Kilk 
BLathclare Cork 
Roltrevor Down 
Slygufr" Carl 
St. MullinCarl c.J. 
Stragowna Ferm 
Stroan Kilk 
Huartliown Ty 
Tramore Wat 
Wexford Town 
a fr. Bullimagorey Tyr 
• Belligawly Tyr 
Cioone Leitr 
Green ogbs Cork 
Srteep-biii^e Dow* 
rarntonbiny Role 
3'at. Beleek Aral 
Bridgetown Cla 
Brook bo rotijgh PerrB 
Caibel City Tip 
Cattletown Lim 
Convoy Don 
Dirnkerrm K.- C. 
Fintown Don 
Glinvtlle Coi k 
i Kiiitu k Cork 
I Middletowh Ann • 
Mmola M tyo 
OldabbyCork 
Oinagh Tyr 
Tu.lyodonald Don 

5 mo. Ballycal tie Anir 
riallfnderry Wr 
Barna Gal 
Cioaroel Tip 
Collon Louth 
Curras & Maun Cork 
Drum Mon 
Ldende: ry K. C. 
Lmper Wef 
Garvagh Der 
Kilcoguy Cav 
Ktltin Ker z flays 
Killuccan Wef 
Kilmore Down 
Nfeale Mayo 
Newtown barry W»!x( 
I'a'kgate Adw 



, 40 NOVEMBER 

Po*t Don 
Raphoe Don 
gear Wex 
Smith fborough Men 
Tanderagee Arm 
ToomavaraTip Jierecat 
Tallow Lim ccws^fbeep 

6tu. Ballyhays Cav 
ISarnagrove Coik 
Cahirellyweft Elrt 
Clanafhee K. 'C\ 
Cliffony Sli 
Manorcuningham Don 
Palatinetown Carl 
Tempo Ferm 
Tullyvailen Arm 

7v/e. Aihboy Mea 
Bail Mayo 
Cahirm.ee Cork 
Cartlereagh Rofc 
Churchill Don 
Fermoy Cork 
Gallows-hill Mayo 
Gort Gal 
Grangemore Wef 
Kildroughill Kild 
Kilmiddy Lim 
Knockardin Tip 
Ntn. Butler Ferm 
Newtownhamilton Arm 
O'Bi yen's Bridge Ch 
Stapleftown Carl 
Templehoufe Sli 
Tinehely Wic 
Tralee Ker z days 

8th. Anadoine Down 
Balliwalter Down 
Balneglera Arm 
Banagher K. C. 
Bandon Cork 
Belfaft An tr 
Car low Town 
Carrigaline Coik 
Carrigtwohill Cork 
Callleblayney Mon 
Clough Antr 
Clone? Mon 
Defcrtmartin Der 
Drumquin Tyr 
Dungarvan Wat 
Frankford K. C. 
Graig Kilk 



NOVEMBER 



(Killalla Mayo 
KLillifhandra Cav 
Kingfcourt Cav 
Letterkenny Don 
Mountrath Q^C. 
Moylogh Gal 
Ragorey Wex 
RolVlea Ferm 
Saggard Dub 
Slant Mea 
Strangle), d Down 
Templellown Wic 
Tullaghan Leitr 
Tufkin's Pais Arm 
9 fr. Cair.olin Wexf 
Carrickmacrors Mon 
Danyan Rofc 
Kilkenny Chyfri-ze 
Ravenfdale Low 
Tallaght Dub 
Templemartin Kilk 
1 of at. Bally voorneyCoi V 
Belcarra Mayo 
Cookftown Tyr 
Lifbellaw Ferm 

iamo. Antrim Town 
Ardrahin Gal 
Armoy Antr 
Augher Tyr 
Ballaibdare Sli 
Ballinamore Leitr 
Ballingarry Tip 
Baliymoate Sli linen 
VeUaghy Der 
Blarney Cork 
Pylefington Wic 
CaitlemoirebKilk//w<r»9 
Cavan Town 
Charlemont Arm 
Charleville Cork 
Chnoghkilty Cork 
Clanouhy Tip 
Clare Town 
Clonegal Carl ftfet 
Cullenwayne K.C. 
Doneraile Cork 
Downs Wic 
iDui.luce Antr 
iDyfart Q. C, 
Emyvale Mon c.f . 
Figivee Der 
Gian^e Tyr 



NOVEMBER 

(Cilcanncl) Gal 
Killarney rvcr 



FCilleagh Cork 
K.ilU»ugh Down 
iCillybeggs Don 
KLnockany Lim 
Limrick Wex 
Lifmore Wat 
L lughbrick iand Down 
I Lurgan Low 

Macreddm Wic 
1 Macrompe Co.k 
Mir.chelttown Co.k 
Monea Ferm 
Mullingar Wef 
Nintanant Lim 
Newport Mayo 
Ntn. Beilew Gal 
N r t n . W a t at Silver minas " 
paflfage Wat c.f. 
P qi e r o \ Tyr c.f 
Rath Iran Mayo 
Ratftangi«i KLUd 
Rathvilly Carl 
RedealUe Don c.f. 
Shi ule Mayo 
Strabane Tyr 
Tuiik Rofc 
Wheathill Ferm 
1 3tu.BiiliiuniultinaWa 
Ball Wh anon Don 
CaiUewcllan Down 
Hacketllown Carl 
Mulphedei Mc*C/ona.kr< . 
portadown Arm 
Strokeftown Rofc 
1 4we.Ardnaglae Sli 
Bally vary Mayo 
Bonis Carl 

CaJtaghan'fi mills Cla 
Coothall Rofc 
Lil'naconCot k 
Nobber Mea 
Orrator Tyr 
Searvaghpai'a Down 
I Trill ic Tyr 
l^thArdftracbrg.Tyc/. 
A klow Wic 
Aughnacloy Tyr 
Ballilcanlan Lim 
3elturbet Cav 
fitiufmgias Mayo 



NOVEMBER 

Carrie w Wic 
Caftlebrack Q. C. j 
Claranbridge Gal 
Cotterborough Cork 
Dro rdceen Ker 
Dr>u rianaragilebeggCor 
Finea Wei' 
Maghrev. i^er 
Portumna Gal 
Rathconrath Wef 

i6fr. Ballimote Gal 
Ballinakill Q. C\ 
Banbrid^e Down 3 days 
Cappagh Tip 
Caltleiyons Cork 
Clady Tyr 
Drumfhambo Leit 
Mulaghcrew Low 
Ratharkan Antr 
Kathmelton Don 
Trim Mea 

1 7 fat. Ardpatrick Lim 
B.itiieborow Cav 
Ballibay Mon 
Clady Der 
Crookllowo Cork 
Croil'doney Cav 
puiitanagny Don 
Scoiltown Mon 

191110. ArdfeonanTif 
Ballinvieeny Lim 

Brodagli by CruJbeenCll 
Carlanltov.n Mca 
Calt!el>ar Mayo 

Claildagh Gal 
Cloghanbegg Don 

Down, Down 

Dunne- long Tyr 

Kiky Sii 

Kiileler Tyr 

Killorglm Ker 

Largy Cav Belcoo-lr. 

Loughgill Antr 

Momuchai Its Don 

Rathkeai Lim 

Tu 1 1. 1 rnort Antr 
*oiu f Ann.ighTown 

Billyclaie Antr 

Bi!lybouc:lu Arm 

Calli Ferm 

Connagh Cork 

Cook Wef 



NOVEMBER 

Crurnlin Antr 
Dromagh Cork 
GlaiTon Wef 
Gooibenyhill Cork 
Milford Cork 
Nafh Wexf 
Needen Ker 2 days 

% 1 we. Ardagh Lim 
Ballymahon Long 
Ballyroan Q. C. 
Broad ford Cla 
Carndonagh Don yar n cai 
Carrickdi irmouflc Leiti 
CalUemain Ker 
Cooloony Sli 
Culmullin Mea 
Donagh iiore Cork 
Feathard Tip 
Fuerty Rofc 
Garrindinny C, 
Gilford Down 
Hilliborough Down 
Kiltai ton Gal 

Kil worth Cork 

Kin^lale Cork 



NOVEMBER 141 

Killimore Gal 
Lurgan Arm 
Midleton Cork 
Moy Tyr 
NTaas Kild 
Newtown Wat 
Omagh Tyr 
Templemartin K ilk 
Z3fr.BaJIimagaaranCa.v 
Clare Mayo 
Mo Hide Antr 
Fortarlinton (T. C. 
I4i"at. Ahalcra^h Gal 
Ballyludan welt Cla 
Cecilftown Cork 
CollonorCallanmor.Low 
Glailougii Mon 
-Viachrecn^im Tyr 
Moneygall K. C. 
a6m. AngleiboroughLim 
Belcoo Ferm 
ttrury Lim 
Carnteel Tyr 
Coollatm Wic c. f. 
Danmanway Cork 



Magwire's br.Ferm c.J.\ Jal'per'sPound 01 



Monaghan Tow/i 

Newmarket Cork 

Ramullan Don 

Rockcorry Mon 

St. Johnltown Longf 

Sbinrone K. C. 

Stradba% Q, C. 

Tullinadaly Gal 

Tullow Carl 

Virginia Cav 
2Z th. AtFane Wai 

Aghrim Wic 

Balhhale Kilk 

Ballincairig Cav 

Bangor Down 

CalllecutT K. C. 

Caillenn Don 

Clonegal Carl catilc 

Clonfert Gal 

CI o ugh Down 

Corrotin Cla 

Carran Der 

Durrow lvilk 
Fivemiletown Tyr 
Kilbritlon Cork 



JoKnllorrsbridge Ann 
Ljlane Der 
Luik Dub 
tsfewtown Lcitr 
Nurney Carl 
St. Johnltons Don 
SummerhillMea/tf/ cat* 
v.Vic!< low Town 
27tu. Bunnidane Sii 
U.irriloleagh Tip 
Dun^annon Tyr c a f. 
Dunymanagh Tyr c J\ 
Kildorrary Cork 
Kilgolah Cav 
Rathwyre Wef 
St raid Mayo 
bwadlinbar Cav 
i8we. Balnabirna Wef 
-lenburbe Tyr 
B. uif Lim 
Donegal Town 
Druniadoo.in A.ur 
liderney bridge Ferm 
KJUuquin Wef 
Kircnbin Down 
Vfulletowo <Vm 



i 4 2 DECEMBER 

Mt.fliannon Galy?. cattle 

29th. Bearagh Tyr 
Gorten Tyr 
Lifcarroll Coik 
Rotfctea Tip 
S linitield Down 
Tobercorry Sli 

30 fr. Ballintra Don 
Ballitore Kild 
BaJlicanow Wei 
Ballynafs Don 
CafHecaufield Tyr 
Churchill Ferm 
Court cVCurraheenLim 
Dfcnaffc Cla c.f. 1 days 
Fiddown Kilk 
Glan worth Cork 
KilJiunick Wexf 
Mountbemifh Cork 
Mountaincallle Wat 
giewblK's Wat c. f. 
Newtn.barry Wexr//7%*. 
Wan enpoinr. Down 

DLCKMBliR, 1 79Z. 
\ or A GKi i;nl Aiui.sGil 
fat. _/\J>allycieavcKei 
ha llycumber K. C. 
Ballyket CUie c.f. 
Bantry Cork 
Bourcy's barn Mayo 
Bramhall Mea 
Caftletown Lim 
Caftletn.ilelvin Wef 
Cloghjordon Tip 
Killygordon Don 
Melcombe Regib Mayo 
Mtllftreei Cork 
VIontanageeJohnftnKei 
Wtftport Mayo 

31T10. Ballkonnell Cav 
Bailinden y Wic 
Ballycallle Ant 
Cappakernane Mayo 
Caitlcd< rg Tyr 
! Clonroand Cla 
Convoy Don 
Donaghy Tyr 
Diumlifh Longf 
Glin Lim 
Infegelagh Cork 
Jonefboiough Arm 
kiklaraa Cla 



DECEMBER 

K-nockbuy Mon 
Larne Antr 
kettriui Town 
Hayae Maya 
MultifarnamWef/a/ cat. 
Navan Mea 
Philiptlowa K. C. 
Swatragh Der 
Tullyodonald Don 
4tu. Bally fheehane Tip 
Kingfcourt Cav 
Maryborough QvC. 
Toome Antr 

5we. Ahoghill Antr 
Ballinamony Cork 
Ballingarry Lim 
Ballinrobe Mayo 
Cahcrconlifli Lim 
C'iont'^al Cari/V/j£tf 
Cloyne Cofk 
Donaghadee Down 
Droumiroirk Ker 1 days 
Killafhee Longf 
Loughrea Gal 
Moyvore Wef 
Newtown Sli 
Newtn. butler Ferm 
Rai.htriland Down 
Rofcommon Town 
Sixmilebridge Cla 
6th. Balliboy K. C. 
Brigown Cork 
Cailleblayney Mon 
C a il le i am pf. Rokc.fjarn 
Clones Mon 
Coothill Cav 
Grayllown Tip 
*Kilmc ihomas Wat 
Mohill Leitr 
Monallei even Kild c.f 
Moneyhore VVck 
Mullinahone Tip 
NewcalUe Wic 
Powerflown K !k 
Rathbeagh Kilk 
Sea ford Down 
7 fi. Arma'brega'Mea 
Ballenahatiy Tyr 
BallintianKan Mayo 
Calier Tip 
G ayabby Dow 
.Graigltoww Kilk 



DECEMBER 

Timoleague Cork 
Templemore Tip 

81at.Bailinahown Wef 
Baltinglas Wk 
CahirmeeCork 
Di umod Leitr 
Gowran Kilk 
Kilcullen brid, Kildr ./. 
"Maflacanlands Cork 
Mofgiove Cork 
Mt.pelierLim Jhre cattU 
Mountain cattle Wat 
Rakeftreet Mayo 
Rois Wex cattle 
Turlough Mayo 

lomo. Ballintogher Sli 
Ballyraggett Kilk 
Birr K. C. 
Carrickmacrofs Moa 
Cattlepollard Wef 
Clogh Antr 

Coolgreny Vfexc.f.fatcat. 
C roo me Lim 
-Dundalk Low 
Dunfhaghlin Mea 
filphin Rbfc 
Foxford Mayo 
Grange Sli 1 Jays 
Hortland Kild c. &:.£../„ 
Kilwouh Cork 
Newtn. Itewart Tyr 
OldcalUe Mea 
Stronorlane Don 
Tipperary Town 
1 1 tu. A<Ston Arm c. /. 
Aimer Lim 2 ctajs 
Athy Kild 
Ballingarry Tip 
Bal legleTa Ann 
Bo dahy Longf 
Brookboro 1 Ferm 
Callowhill Ferm 
Clon.'galc Carl cattle 
Doonmore Gal 
Li^unleer Low 
Oraney Kilk 
Holymount Mayo 
"rvillaleagh Down 
rUnturk Cork 
KfOOckmiU Carl 
lipngwpod Mea 
Lowtbultown Ferra 



DECEMBER 

Mt.mellick Q. C. 
Muff Don 
Newtn.eyre Gla 
Rathdtum Wic 
Rathowen Wef 
Roibevor Dowa 
Scraby Cav 
Singland Lim 
Skibbereen Cork 
Tarbert Ker 
Tullyvin Cav 
Tynagh Gal z days 
Wells Carl 

uwe. Agelare Mayo 
Bufhmills Antr 
Callletn.roche Cork 
Cloghan K. C. c.f. 
Clogheen Tip 
Creggane K. C. 
DonaghmoreQ/C.l^tfy 
OKimillltreet Cork 
Portferry Down 
*Turagh Lim 
Tut loghmore Cla 

13th. Ardnaree Mayo 
Ballyhays Cav 
Drumfna Leitr 
Iniftioge Kilk % days 
Shanball ymoi-e"Cork 
14 fr. Ballinacarrow SI 
Caltragh Gal 
Collon Low 
Dromon Lim 
Marty town Cork 2 daji 
Newceftown Cork 
I5fat Bunfingfas Mayo 
Burrafakane Tip 
Caftlefhane Mon 
ClifFony Sli 
Goolden Tip cattle 
Laurencetown Gal 
Milltown Ker 
Moate Wef 
Portrenard Lim 
Rathdowny C. 
Tullaghan Leitr 

1 ymo. Ardee Low 
Ballafodare Sli 
Ballimurry Rofc 
Ballypoorecn Tip 



DECEMBER 

Cockney Sli 
Crofmolyna Mayo 
Croifakiele Me a 
Gnagh Cia 
Freihr'ord Kilk 
Kilmurry Kilk 
Port Don 
Rathclare Cork 
3cortat;liny Ker 
TerriFs Pafs Wef 
1 8tu. CalllewellanDown 
Coldorky Cork 
Culleuagh Q. C. 
Killin Tyr c. f. 
Rathmelton Don 
Stradone Cav 
Stragowna Ferm 
Swintord Mayo 
Fulrahan Mayo 
1 9we.CaiUederraotKild 
Coolboy Wic c. f. 
Creggs Gal 
Drumkerran Leitr 
Edgeworthttown Longf 
Knockaderry Lim 
Rofs Cork 

zeth. Balnalack Wef 
Qallifarnon Role 
Beenmore Ker 
Sellinacollello Mayo 
Claremore Gal 
Cloone Leitr 
Currabeglands Cork 
Eyrecourt Oal 
Gallow's-hill Mayo 
Jameftown Lestr 
KnucknamarifV Cotk 
Leckcarrow Rofc 
Machrecregan Tyr 
Milttownpals Role 
Newmarket Cla 
Newport prat Mayo 
Rockcorry Mon 

11 fr. Ballinagh Cav 
flallyjamesduff Cav 
Bei nett's bridge Kilk 
Cahireliyweit Lim 
Cappagh Tip 



DECEMBER 143 

Dunkerrin K. C. 
Farnicarncy Sli 
Garri l*6n Ferm 
Hacketftown Carfr 
Johnilonbridge K\\d 
Kilcummer Cork 
Kilgobenett Ker 
Kilmurry Cork 
Lifgoold Cork 
Mount -talbot Rofc 
Mulaghcrew Low 
Shannon K. C. c.f. 
Thurles Tip 
azfat. Ardara Don 
Ballaghaderin Maya 
Benburbe Tyr 
Kilfennycomon Lim 

Mmo. Ballibofey Doa 
Ballymoate Sli linen 
Ballytrain Mon c.f. 
Kingicourt Cav 
Lifbellaw Ferm 
Skibbereen Cork 

2 5 tu. Aghrim Wic 
Annoy Antr 

z6we. AnngroveCork 
Benburbe Tyr 
Gealhill K. C. 

17th. Crols Arm 
Delertmartin Der 
Ki!goienet Wat 
K-illmore Lim 
Saintfield Down 
A8fr. Ballygurteen Cork 
Camgaline Leu 
Newmarket Kotcc J ya. 

29 fat. Cook flown Tjr 
Glaflough Mon 
St. Johnllown Longf 

3 1 mo. Kilrriddy Lim 
Longfield Leitr 
Stewartllown Tyr 
Stranocum Antr 

Br istolTa t r s,£»^. 
March 1 . "September 1 . 
Chester Fairs, Eng. 
July 6. Oftober, 10. 



HE END- 



THE 

English Registry, 

For the Year of our Lord, 1792 ; 

(By John Exfhavv, BookfellerJ 

O R, 

A Collection of EngUflj Lists; 

(Greatly improved and enlarged) 
CONTAINING 

His Majesty's moft Honourable Privy Council - % 
the LORDS and COMMONS in Parliament ; 

THE 

Principal Officers of State; of the Army, and 
Navy; of the Law, and Trade ; 

THE 

Heads of Colleges and Professors, with many other LiP.s. 



To which are added, 

I. An Alphabetical LIST of the Rt. 
Hon. the Houle of Lords, with 
Kmp'oyments, Pods of Uo 
mmr, Sfif. 

II. An Alphabetical LIST of the 
Counties, Cities, Boroughs, 
and Members for each ; v/iih 
the ; r Connections, Employments, 
and Polls of Honour. 



III. The General and Field Of- 
ficers of his MajeftyN Force?. 

IV. A new and correct LIST of all 
the Officers of the Army. 

V. A new ami correct LIST of 
the Admirals and Captains 
of the Navy, alio, a com- 
plete List of the ROYAL 
NAVY. 



With the Prefcnt State of Scotland and America. 

The Whole compiled and digefted from the moft anther tic Lists, 
carefully corrected at the proper Offices j and from the belt In- 
formation. 

Fitted to be bound with V/ATSON's Almanack, 
and making with it, a ptefent State of both Kingdoms. 



DUBLIN: 
Printed by JOH N E X S H A W, in Grafton -Jireet. 



CONTENTS. 



ADMIRALS, 127 
Admiralty, 12.- 
— High Court of, ib. 
A'rican Company, 83 
Aldi rmen of Lqmion, 82 
Alphabetical Lill of the 
Houfe of Lords, 1 5 — f.i 
of tHe Counties, Cities, 
Members, &c. 45 — 57 
Ambafiadois from Fo- 
reign Courts, 66 
Ambaffadors to Fore'gn 

Courts, 67 
Antiquarian Society, 
Arras, Kings of, 64 
— — Heralds of, ib. 
— — Purfuivants of, il . 
Army, Lilt of, 91 — 123 
Artillery, Officers of, b. 
A. tiffs, Society of, 81 
Arts anil Manufactures, 
Society of, ib 
A no. Lois of Accounts, 74 
Auejr.entaticn Office, 78 
B. 

Bank of England, 82 
Bar.kc 1 f of London, 84 
Baron* of! England, 
Bath, Knights of, 6: 
Bifkops, 1 3 

B| itifh !V ufcurn, 80 
Poai d ef AVwks, 74 
C. 

Cambrdge, Univer. af,7v 
— - — l^rotetlors of, ib. 
C. y ;«ii.s of tl.e "N vy, 

127— 30 
Chancery,high com t 0f,n 8 
Chapels JRojyal, 60 
Ch< Ilea M< I pita', 
C ri'juf Port 1 a 

CI elks of Aflr/e, 70 
Ccr.-.mnn Pleas, ib. 
Commons, 22 — 40 

A \\ lubi tical 

I, H of, 41—44 
Con, uU, Lill of, 63 



O own-Office, 70 
Cuftoros, Commidlon. 74 
D. 

Deans, 77 
Dioceles, Chancellors 

of, ib. 
Doctor's Commons,Judges 

of, 7 7 

Difpenfati n Office, 69 

Rafters of, ib. 

Drawing Room in the 

Tower, I » 1 

Duchy co. of Lancaller, 7 2 

oi Cornwall, 62 

Dukes of England, 2 
E. 

Earl Mas IhaPs Office, 64 
Earl* of England, 4 
La ( t India Commiil. 66 
Fall-India Ccmpany, 83 
Kalll.-nd Corf.pany, 83 
Exchequer Receipt, 73 

Court of, 7 1 

Excife, 7 s 

F. 

Fii ft Fruits Olfice, 7b 
Forefl Keepers, 50 
Field Officers, 85 — .,2 
G. 

Garter, Knights of, 6 4 
Gentlemen Penfioners, 6 1 
Gloucet'. D. bis Court, 6 4 
Governors of Counties, 72 

Gibraltar, 132 

W eil -Indies, 13 1 

(ire enw ich Hofpftal, 1 16 
CAreiham C< lhge, 82 
Grooms of the Bedcham 
her, 5* 
H 

Ha». knej C< :lv ! ; Office, 76 
Haw ku s and Pedlars 

Office, 76 
Hci a Li's Office. 64 
HouJhold, the King's, 60 
*~ the Prince of 

Wide , 61 



Duke of York, 62 

D, <^ Clarence^* 

the Queen's 63 

■ Pi nccl Ko\ al, 64 

Houle-Kcepers, ^9 
Hudfon's Bay Comp. 83 
- I 

Judices of Wales, 7 1 
K. 

KingVB<-nch, 70 

Serjeants, 71 

Council, ib. 

Court, • 58 

— — Kitchen, 60 
Knights of theCarter, 64 

-Bath, 65 

Thillle, 65 

L. 

Laborat. at Woolwich, 12 4 
Ladies of the Bedcham- 
ber, 53 
Lancaller, Duchy Court 
of, 71 
Land-Tax-Office, 74 
Levant, Company, 83 
Lill of die Royal Navy, 
See. 131 — 134 

London, Lord Mayoi, 

Set. 82 
Lord Chamberlain, $8 
Lords of the Bcdcham. 58 
— Principal Ofliceisor, 58 
1 ,01 ds of Trade, 66" 
M. 

Maids of Honour to the 

Queen, 63 
Marines, 123 
Manjuiflc s, 3 
Marfha!f< a Court, 7 2 
Mallei s in Chancery, 6tf 
Mini, 7 5 
Mufick, Band of, 59 
N. 

N r .ivy Office, 1?$ 

Pay Office of, ib. 

lill ol, 131 — 132 

N ui 1 cry, the Royal, 64 

Officers, 



CONTENTS. 



o. 



. Seal, 



R. 



65 



Officers, Ceneral and [Rangers of Parks, &c~. 

SiafF, 85'Receiver's Office, j 

OrdnanceCiv. Branch, 124 Royal Academy, 
— - — Military Branch, ib.fRoyal Society, 
Oxford, Uni'-erfity of, 78 Royal Navy, . 1 

— — Proferfors, ib. Ruffia Company, 

i k 

P. Salt Duties, 

Palatine Court, p|Seal, Privy, 

Paymaiiers, Gen. l^Secr. of State's Office j 
Peers for Scotland inPar- Serjeants at Ai ms, 

liament, lijSignet Office, 

Peereifes, 1 4> ! Sion College, 

Ph/iicians to his Maj. 5o;Six Cletks, 
— — College of, bij'South-Sea Company, 

Pipe-Office, 74>Stables, King's, 

Plea-fide Crown Office,7o|stamp-Duiics, 



Port-Office, 
Privy Council, 
— — Kitchen, 



6 c 



Surgeons Corporation, 
T. 

Tally Court, 



Tax Office, 74 
Tellers of the Excne- 

qixer, 73 
FhilMe, Knights of, • 65 
Tower of London, Offi- 
cers of, 124 
Trade, Lords of, 66 
d£ Treasury, 

V. 

Viaualling-Off.ce, 
Vii'counts, 

W. 

Wales, Pr. his Court, 6 1 

his Council, 6z 

War-Office, 1^3 
Wardrobe, ^3 
Weltminiter, Govern- 
ment of, j 2. 
Woolwich Academy, 12.4 



73 

126 

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11 



Y. 



Veomenof theCuard, 6i 



Prefent State of SCOTLAND. 



Admiralty, Court of, 

Antiquaries* Soc. of, 
Bank, Governors of, 

— Ro) al 9 
, Barons, 
C ha pel- Royal, 
Chancery, 

College or Phyficianr, 
Commiiiar) Court, 
Cuiloms, Commiir. of, 
Dukes, 
Earls, 

Exchequer Court, 



i37fExcifeOffice| 
i3h. ! Heralds, - 137 
ib {Jultichry Court, 136 
ib.jLoi d Regifttr's Office, 1 37 
i35 ? Lyon Office, ib 
i3ft'MsTrquuTes, 133 
i3 7 ;.Mint, # 137 
i3«SfPeers,compleat Lift, 133! Aberdeen, 



3& Stamp-Office, 
State Officers, 
Univerfities, 

St. Andrew's, 

New College, 

Glafgow, 

Edinburgh 



7|Peert lje , 
1 j^Foft-Office, 
133, Royal Society, 
10. Seal-Office, Privy, 

137 , Great, 

Sedi ©if s Court of, 



138 

>3« 

I 39 

ib. 
ib. 
ib. 
ib. 
ib. 
ib. 



135'Marclhai College, 
i37;V r ifcoun(s, 

1 j Wales P. of, EftabliflUJ 
137 Window and Houfe Tax 
ib. Office, 137 
136] 



A M E R I C A. 

Britiffi Governments in America and the V/tfl. Indies, 
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The ENGLISH REG 

His MAJESTY'S moft Honourable 

&RINCE of Wales 
Puke of York 
Duke of C.'arence 
Duke of Gloucelter 
ArchbinSop of Canterbu y 
Lo»d Chancellor 
Archbifhop of York 
Farl Camden, Lord Prefident 
Manj. of Stafford, Privy Seal 
Duke of Dorfet, Ld. Steward 

Montrofe, Mailer or tbe 
Horfe 



Somerlet 
Richmond 
Grafton 
Bolton 
Leeds 

Marlborough 
Portland 
Newcattle 
Marq. ofSaliioury, Ld. Chamberlaine 
Buckingham 
Lanfdown 
Townfhend 
Bath 

Downfhire 
Earl of Derby 

Denbigh 

Wtftmoreland, Lord Lt. of 

Ireland. 
Chelterfield 
Sandwich 
CarKfle 
Jerfcy 

Cholmop.deley 
Marchmont ^ 
Bute 

Dartmouth 
Tankerville 
Aylesford 
Afhburnham 
Effingham 
Buckinghamshire 
Hertford 
Guildford 
CornwaHrs 



ISTRY.a 

Pri vy-Counci l. 

Chatham 
Bathurlt 
Aylefbury 
Mansiield 
Leicefter 
Howe 
Befborough 
Mount Edgecumbe 
Gower 
Shannon 
Ludlow 
Courtown 
Lord George Lenox 

George Cavendifh 
John Cavendfh 
Charles Spencer 
Robert Spencer 
Frederick Campbell 
Vifcount Falmouth 
Stormont 
e;;:ney 

Hinchinbrooke 
Beauchamp 
Harrington 
Bateman 
Gal way 
Mount Stuart 
P rker 

Lord Herbert, Vice Chamberlain 
Bifhop of London 
Onflow 
Pelham 
Amherft 
Loughborough 
Walfingham 
Carteret 
Hawkfbury 
Kenyon 
Dover 
Malmeubury 
Mulgrave 
A uckland 
Fitzgibbon 
Grenville 
St. Helens 



The Pr 

Henry Addington, Eiq; 
William Pitt, Efq; 
James Stuart Mackenzie, Efq; 
Thomas Harley, Efq; 
Kenry Seymour Conway, Efq; 
Welbore Ellis, Efq; 
John Eardley Wilmot, Efq; 
llaac Bane, Efq; 
Charles Townfhend, Efq; 
Sir Richard Worfley, Bart. 
Charles James Fox-, Efq; 
Edmund Burke Efq-, 
Sir George Yonge, Bart. 
• Sir.Wm. Howe/K. B. 
Henry Dundas, Efq; 
Charles Greville, Efq; 
Richard Fitzpatrick, Efq; 
FrederickMontagu, Efq; 
James Grenville, Efq; 
Thomas Orde, Efq; 
John Fofter, Efq; 
John Beresford, Efq; 
Sir John Parnell, Bart. 
Heley Hutchinfon, Efq; 
Tohn Charles Villiers, Efq; 
Sir Jrhn Skynner, Knt. 
Sir Richard Pepper Arden, Knt. 
S.r Robeit Munay Keith, K B. 



Council. (0 

Sir Wm. Wynne, Knt. 
Dudley Ryder, Efq; 
Thomas Steele, Efq. 
Sir W. Hamilton, K. B. 

Clerks of the Council in Ordinary, 
Hon. Robert Walpole. 
Stephen Cotterel. 
Sir George Chetwynd, Knt 
William Fawkener, Efq. 

Clerks Extraordinary. 
Richard Orlebar. 
Robert Tar; ant, Efqrs. 
Hon Rich. Chetwynd. 
Thomas Gilbert. 
Jarnes Buller, Efqrs. 

Keeper of the Council Recofdi* 
Stephen Cotterel, Eiq; 

Under Clerks . 
J. Litchfield. 
E. Smith. 
V. Litchfield. 

Keepers of the Council Chamber, 
Thomas Dring, 
R. Pike, Gents 
1 Otfce-Keeper, V. Litchfield. 
Necejfary Woman, E. Litchfield. 
N. B. -All Privy Csuncellors are 
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THE 

H O U S E of PEER 5, 
In Alphabetical Order. 

$Vith th-eir Employments, and Pcfts of Honour, referring to the foreg&i+g 
Liji. The Figures after the Title direcl to the Page, 

Abbreviations made ufe of in the following Lift, viz,. D. Duke, M. Marquis, 
E. Ear], V. Vitcount, B. Baron, Bp. Bifliop, K. G. K.B. K. T. Knighu, 
of the Garter, Bath and Thiftle, L L. D. Dodtor of Laws, F. R. S« 
Fellow of the Royal Society, P. C. Privy Counsellor. 

A. (Bath and Well?, Bp. 13. F. R. S. 



Bercorn, M. 3. . ee Strabaneand Bathuril, E. 7. P. C. 
i tf 

Aberdeen, E. 1 \ 



A' 



Hami ton. 



Abergavenn), E, 7. 

Abingdon, B. 5. High Steward of 
Abingdon, and Wallirigfora 4 , 

Aibemar e, E. 5. P G. 

Amherfl, B. 11, a Gen. and Col 
or the - d Regt. Li e Guard , and 
60th Reg of Foot, Gov. of 
Guernrey, P.C. K B. 

Ancaller, D. 3. Lord Lt. and Cull. 
Rot. qf Lincolnshire. 

A*g>ii, D. to Hcred Matter of the 
K'.sHouth. in Sco.l. Keeper ol Dun- 
HafFnage and Coraich, a Gen. and 
Col. of 3d Ft.G. See Sundridge. 

Arundel of War dour, B. 9. a Count 
of the Roman Empire. 

Afhburnham, E. 6. P. C. and LL. D. 

Alhburtcn, B. 1 1 . 

Athol, D. 7. Scot Keeper of Falk- 
land, and Lord of t^e Ifle ol Man 
See Strang , E. 

Ajciley, B. 9. 

Avlefhury, E. 7. ChamlvHaine of 
"tht Queen'.- Houfhold, P.C. K T 

Aviesfoni, K. g. Cap-, ain of th 
Yeomen 0/ theC ua«\,i, P.C.LL.D 
B. 

Bag t, B. 11. • 

Baican a , E. i 2. Col of 6;d R«j;t. 
Bangor, Bp. 14. Archdeacon of An 

glefea and Banger. 
Bath, M 4 Gi orn of rhe Stole, Hi^h 

Slewuid oi SaiiiWoitb, K..G.P.G, 



Beaufort, D. %. L. Lt. and CulLRoU 
ot Co of Leicefter, Monmouth 
an 1 Brecon, Recorder of Cam- 
bridge and Scarb >/ough,K.G.LL.l ) 
Beaulieu, E, 7. High Steward of 

New Windfor, Berks, K. B. 
Bedford, D. z. Recorder of liedbrd. 
Berkeley, E. 5. Ld. Lieut, and Cu(L 
Rot. of the Co. of Gioucetter, and 
High Steward of Glouceller. 
Be 1 wick, B. 1 z. 

Be {borough, E. 10. P. C, in Ire- 
luu\ Ld. Lt and Cult Rot. of- 
the Co. Kilkenny, Vice Adm. oi^ 
Munfter. See PonfonDy. P. C, 

!kvtr t y, E. 

Bolingbroke, V. 8. 

Bolton, D z. Premier Marquis of 
England, Lord Lt. and Cult. R t, 
of Southampton, Vice Adm. of 
the Co. of Southampton and Dor- 
fet, Adm of the While, Gov. of 
the Me of Wight, P. C. 

fto» tngdon, B. 1 [. 

Bolton, B. 10. a Lord of the King's 

B dchamher, LL. D. 
fto) le, B. 9, SeeCorke and Orrery, E. 
tendon, [X 3. See Hamilton. D. 
'.p adalnaofe, E 1 1. 
iridgc* ur, L>. 3. 
.Jriftol, E. ^. BilLop of Deiry, 

Ireland Di) 
-Jrillol, Bp, 1 t . CaQ. ii Rvhd.:-.:;a y 

C k *t 



An Alphabetical LI 



'/! of the Houfe of Lords. 



of PauIV, and RecW of Barnes. 
Surrey. 

Brooke and Warwick, E. 6. Recorder 

of Warwick. 
Brownl w, B. 1 1. LLj. D. 
Buccleugh, D. 4. K. T. [Scot I.] Gov 

of ihe Royal Bank of Scotland. Set 

Doncaller. 
Buckingham, M. 3. one of the Tc-1 

Jers of the Exchequer for Li e. 

Lord Lieut, and Cuft. Rot. ol 

Buckingham. fiiire, £. Nugent, Jrei 

P. C. K G. 
tUickinghamlhire, E. 6". P. C. 
Bulkeley, B. 11. Lord Lt. and Cull 

Rot. of the Co of Carnarvon ; 

Vifc. Bulkejy, Ird. 
Byron, B. 9. 

C. 

Cadogan, B. 10. 

Camden, E. 7. Pref. of the Coun 
cil, R c. of Bath, P. C and FRS. 
Cain el or I, B. u. Recoider of Oak 

hampV.on, 

Canterbury, Archbp. 13. Primate 

of ail England, P. C. 
Cardiff, B. 10. See Mountftuar, deleft 

Son of the E of Bute, Ld.Lt. Cull 

Rot of Glamorganfhire. P. C 
Cardigan, E 4. Mailer ol the Robe?, 

and Keeper of the Privy PuTe to 

hi* Majeily. 
Carleton, B. 12. $?e Shannon, E. 
Xviifle, 8*4. P- C. K. T. 
Carliile, Bp 1 4. Dean of Wind;'or,Reg 

of the Order of the Garter, F. R. $. 
Carteret, B. n. High Bailiff of Jer 

fry, L. L. D. P. C. 
CarniL, E. 12. Hereiahle Bailiff of 

Can ick. 

Catch art. B. 13, Lt. Col. 19th Reg* 
of Foot 

Chathan, E. 7. Firft Ld. of the Adm. 

an 1 a Lt. Col, in the Army. 
Chedv/orth, B. io 

Chelter? Hp. 13. Pi\ bendary ofWel 
minder and Principil of Brazen 
Nole Cofteie, Oxford. 

Chclterheld, E. 4. F.R.3. P. C. jo : nt 
Poll Mallei General. 



Chichefter? Bp. 13. Rec~\or of Cel- 
ling in Suifex, D D. 
Cholmondelcy, E. ^. P. C. 
Cholmondeley of Kells, V r . 5. ( It e- 

land) See Cholmondeley, E. 
Clarence and St And tws, D. 2. 

Earl ( f Mu ft. r in I d a Rear 

AJmiral of the Blue, K. G. K. T. 
J tarendon, E. 7. 
Clifford, B. 9. 
Cli ford o^ Chudleigh, B. 9. 
rjliftoni B. 9. H reditary High 

St^w :rd ol Ciravefcnd and Milion 

in Kent. See Darn fey. 
Conaught, E. 2. ( Irslan d) See Giou- 

cefter and Edinburgh, D. 
Coniers, B. 9. 

Conway, B. 7. (Ireland J Se'e 
Hertford, E. 

Cork and Orrery? E. 9. (Ireland) 
See Boyle; B. 

Cornwailiy, E. 6. Gov. Gen. of Ben- 
gal, Lt G^n. Col 33d Foot, Confh 
o the Tower, aid Ld.Lt. and Cuff. 
Ret. of the Tower Hamlet , P.C. 
K. G. 

Courtenay, V. 3. 

Coventry, E. 5. Ld. Lieut, and Cuft. 

Rot. of Worcelterfhire, a; d Rec. 

of the Ci y of worcefter. 
Coventry, Bp. fee Litchfield. 
Cowper, E. 5, a Piince of the Holy 

Roman Empire, F. R. S. 
Craven? B. 9. Lord Lieut, and Cuft. 

Rot of Berks, High fie ward of 

Newbury in Berks, LL.D. 

D. 1 

Dacre, B. 9. 

Darlington, E. 7. Ld. Lt. and V.AJ. 
of the Co. of Durham, and Gov. 
of the City and Caflle.of Carlisle. 

Darn ley, E. 9. ( IrdJ S^e Clifton, L. 
>aitmouth,E. 5. High .Stew wf the 
CJ111 V'. rfrty of Oxford, Rec of Litch- 
field, P.C. LL.D. and F.R.S. 

Deiaval, B. 12. '1 he fa n.e n I tt land- 

De ha War, E. 7. a Lord of the 
King's Bedchamber 1 . 

Denbigh? E. 4. Ld. of the K ng's 
Belch. P.C. Sec Dclinond. 

Derby^ 



An Alphabetical lift of the Houfe of Lords. 



M7> 



Derby, E. 4. Ld. Lieut and Cufl: 

" lot. of Liibearttjr, P. C. 
EJeimohd, E. 4. ^ Ire.J'Sct Denbigh^ E 
Devonshire, D. 2. Lord Li. an. Cuit 
Ret., of he Co. of Derby, Lord 
High TYealurer of Ireland, and 
Gov. of the co. of Cork, K. G. 
Digby, K. 7. the fame in IreL Lord 
Lt. and Cuff- Rot. of the Co. o 
Doriet, and the Town of Po<de. 
Doncailer, E. /. See Buccleugh, D. 
D-.rcheii er, B 1 2. A Lt Gen. Ccd. o 
the 15th Reg t. of Dragoons, and 
Gov. 01 Fort Charlemont in fre- 
Ln.i, K b. 
Dormer, B. 9. 

Dor let, D. 3. Ld, Steward of his M.i- 
jeily's Houfhold, Vice Adm. of 
theCoails, Lord Lt. and Cult. Rot. 
of Kent, and City of. Canterbury, 
Higii Stewart! of Stratfnd up.:>n 
Avon, FX. K G 

SDoughs, B.i 2. See Queenfljerry, D 

Douglas, B- 1 2. 

Dover, B. 12. A Gen. Cel. of the 
i!\ Life Guard , a Loul of Trade 
and l^.a tat on . 

Dow<dh:re, M (fret) S.e Mil ibo 
rough. 

Dueie, B. 10. Provoft Mailer G^n 

Bai bade es. 
Dudley Sc Ward, V. 8. 
Du.r.bfain, [Scot.] V. 2. See Leeds, D. 
D u m ■ r i e > , E . 12. 

Durham, Bp. 13. Cull. Rot. of the 
Prin. of Durham, 
E. 

Fdnngham, E.6.Gov. of Jamaica,? C 
Eglingioun, E. 12. a Lt. Gen. Co; 
01 tiie 511I Regt. of Foot and G v 
ol Edin'migh'C.ifUe 
Egmont, E. 10. 1' Inland) See Love 

*nd Holland, B. 
Egremont, E. 6. 
Llg'.n and Kinca ai=i, E. 11. 
Llli f, 3. ii. Kecci.er Gen. of ih« 
Duchy of C^ruvS'ad. 



Elphinftone, R. 13.. Lieut. Gov. of 

Edinbugh Caftle. 
Sly, Bp. 13, 

Kifex, E. 4. One of the Lords of the 
K ing's Bedchamber. 

Exeter, E. 4. F. R. S. LL D. 

F.xeter, Bp. 13. Archdeacon of Exe- 
ter and Vicar of Frome, Someriei- 
(hire, F- R. S. 

F. 

Falmouth, V. 8. R.ecor. of Truro, 
Cs; t. of the Band of Gentlemen 
Pinfioneis. 

Faucenbery;, E. 7. a Lord of the 
King's Bedchamber, L.i. Lieut, and 
Cuft. Rot. of the North Riding of 
Yo .k AS ire. 

Ferrers, E. t;. 

frfherwrejc, B. 12. (E. Donegal, Frg) 
F fc, B • '. (for I o? Fife, Ireland )' 
Fitz wi 'Ham, E. 6. The lame in Irel. 
Foley, B 1 1 

Fortefcue, E. 7. Ld. Lt. ?nd Cuft. 
Rof. or Devon, High Steward of 
Barrdlaple. 

G. 

Gage, B. if. Same in Ireland, FRS. 

Gainfborough, E. 5. High Steward 
n- the Corpora- ion of Chipping 
Cambden, Glouceftej fh, 

Galloway, E. 12. a Loid of his Ma- 
\e&y\ Bed-chamber, K. T. 

6lafe©w, F. i - . 

Gloucester and Edinburgh, D. 
2. and E. of Conaugl.t in Ireland, 
Chanc of tiieUni v. of Dubh'n, Ran. 
an < Keep, of Windf >r Fure/t, Cran- 
burnt Chace, Ranger and Keeper 
of Jtiampon Court Park, Warden 
and Keepei of am/ Fortir, Hamp- 
,ih re, a General, and Col. of the 
iltFo t Guards, P. C.K.O 

Gloucefler, Bp. 14. F.e&or of Orfett 
and Stafford Risers, F(Tc<. 

Gordon, D. 7. K. T See Norwich, E. 

Grafton, D. 2. Receier General 
o, the Profits of t e Seals in 
the King's Bench and Con. men 

Pleas, 



(i8) An Alphabetical Lift of the Houfe of Lords. 



Pieas, Her. Ranger of Whktle- 
bury Forefl: Northampton, Game- 
Keeper at New-ma ket, Chancel j 
of the Univer. of Cambridge, Lore 
Lieut, and Cwft Rot. of the Co. o 
Suffolk, High Steward 01 the Bor 
oi Dartmouth, Recorder of Thet 
ford and Coventry, P. C. K.O. 

Oraiiamj E. 6. iee Monti ole, D. 

CrantKam, B. 10. 

Grant-ley, B. i 1 Recorder of Guii 
ford, Sur y. 

CjenviiJe, B. i:. Sec. o r State for 
Foreign Department,^ Com. oFtBe 
Eait India Board, a Lord of Trade' 
and Plantations and Bro.hcrio the 
Mar-jtiis of Buckingham. 

Grey de Wilton, B. i i . 

Grofvenorj E. 7. 

G-niiford, E. 6. Lord Warden and- 
Admit at of the Cinque Poit , Gov 
tf Dover Callle, Ld. Lt. and Cull. 
Rot. of Somerfetfliire, Chancellor o 
Oxfird, Recorder of Glotier and 
Taunton, K. G. L. L. D. 
H 

Hamilton, D. 3. [Scut.] Hereditary 
Keeper of H lyiood Houfe, Ktep 
er or the Palace of Linl.thgow 
and the Caftle of Blackneis, am; 
a Captain in the Army, Dub o 
Chatieiherhault^ ia France, K. T. 
Sec Brandon, D. 

Hamiltc n, V. 8. See Abcrcorn and 
St.abane. ' 

Hampden, V. K. 

Harborough, E. 6. Cle:k. SceLeitrim 
Harcourt, E. 6 Mailer ol H.ik I 

the Qjcen, L L D 
Hardwicke, E. 7. Loid Lieut, and 

Cult.Pvot. of theCo. arCambridg< 
Ha re wood, B. 1 

Han ington,E.6\Col.of the 29th Reg 
Harrow by, B, it. 
Haw ke, B. 1 i . 

Haw kejbury, \). ;z. Chancellor of th< 
Duchy and Co. of Palatine of Lan 
,c<iter, Piefideni ol tne L >r !s o 
Tr«de and Hani a' ions, Collect 
•*ii.wui ^ of tht i J o\ t u. Load 00, 



Clerk of the Pells trehft. C. LL.L\ 
lay, B. 9. See Kinnoul, E. 

Hereford, V. 8. Premier V. of Eng. 

Heathfielcl, B. 12. k id de Camp td 
the King, a Col. in ihe Army, and 
Lt. C 1. of ihe 6:h Reg. Dragoon . 

Hereford, Bp. 13. 

Hertford, E. 6. Lord Lieut, and 
Cult. Rot. Co. of Warwick, and 
City of Coventry P. C. in botii 
Kingdoms, and K.v). See Conway. 

Hillfborou^h. E. 7^[Mar;j. of Down- 
fhire, Ireland] Reg. of the Couit 
ol (Chancery m Ireland, Ld« Lt. 
anoCufl. Rot. of the Co. of D ,wnc-, 
F. R. S. L. L. D. P. C. in ooth 
Kingdoms. 

Holland, B. 10. 

HowarJ, B 9. A Gen. Col of the 
4th Dragoons, Recorder of Wal- 
den, and Ld. Lt. and Cud. Rot. o 
Em x, K. B. 

Howe, E. 7. (Vifc. H »wc, IrefondM 
Admiral of the White, and a LorJ 
of Trade and Plantations,?. C. 

i. 

ilehefler, E. 7. 
jerfey, E. 5. P. C. 

K. 

Kelly, E. tz 

iver, E. 6. See Roxburgh D. 

i£ecyon,4$. \%. Ld. Chief Jullice 
the King's Bench, and a Lord 
Trade and Plantations, P. C. 

King, B. 10. 

Kinnoul, E. 9. [Scotland] See Hsfj 
L. 

Land alt", Bp. ^4. Archdeacon of Y, li 
L ndfdowp, M. 3. ha> the rank o> k 
Gen. P. C. in b th Kingdom M 
K.G. and LL D. See Shell) urjr I 
E. Ireland. 1 
Lau er Ule, E. I 2. M( 
Le De'pencer, B. 0. LL. D. 
Leede, D. 2. Ld. Lt. and C ( 
R »t of he F . Riding of Vc ci 
Hi. h Steward ol Hull, Gov. of I P 
Sci : v I Hands, and Cap:, of Life 
Cattle, P. C. See Dunblain. I 
Lekelbcr, E.7. M«ut.W. of ihe Ml 
Lciil 



An Alphabetical lljl of the Houle of Lords, 09; 



£einJtter, V. 8. (Duke of Leinfter in 
Ire land/) Lord Lieut, of the Co. of. 
Kildare. K. P. and P.C. in Ire- 

Lnd. 

Leitrim, B. 6*. Irel. See Thorough. 
Lenox, D. 2 [Scotland] See Rich- 
mond, D. 
Lincoln, Bp. 13. Dean of St. Paul's, 
itchfield, Bp. 14. Reftor of New- 
d ; n ton, Ox ordfhirt SeeCoventry. 
London, Bp. 13. J >< an of his Majef- 

Xyh Chapels Royal, P.C. 
Mhnfdale,- E. 7. Lord Lieut, and Cuft. 
Rot, or the Counties of Cumber- 
land and Weftmore land. 
Loughborough, B. 11. Lord Chitf 
[uftice of the Court of Common 
Pleas, P. C 

ovel and Holland, B« 10. See Eg- 
mont, E. 

.umley of Waterford, V. ^-[Ireland] 
See Scarborough, E« 
M. 

Macclesfield, E. 6- LL.D. and F.R.S 
Malmeubury, B. 12. P. C. K. B 
Vlanchefter, D- 3. Colle&or of the 
Cuftoms Outwards in the Port 
of London. 
Mansfield, E- 7. P. C. 
Marlborough, D. 3. Lord Lieut, and 
Cuft. Rot. of Oxfordlhire, Ran- 
ger of Wichwood Foreft, High 
Stew, of Oxford and Woodftock, 
LL. D. P. C. and K- G. 
Maynard, V. 8. 
Middleton, B- 9. 

Milton, B« iO' the fame in Ireland, 

and P. C there. 
Monfon, B- 10. 
* Montagu, V- 8. 
Montagu, B. 12. 

ftontfort, B. 10. High Steward o' 

Cambridge Town, and LL- D. 
Montrofe, D- 6". [Scotland] Mallei 
of Horfe to the King, Ld. Lt. and 
Cuft Rot. of Huntingdon, (Chan- 
cellor of Glafjjow. See Graham 
P. C. 
lor ay, E 12. 



N4or»nt Edgecumbe) E. 7. Adm. of 
the White, Lord Lt. and Cud. Rot. 
of Cornwall, a Joint ViceTi eafuier 
of Ireland, P. C. LL D. 

Mountftuart, L. See Cardiff. 

MulgraVe, B. 12. (l ord Mulgrave, 
Irel ) a Captain in the Navy, Joint 
Pay Matter Gen. of the Forces, a 
Lord of Trade and Plantations, a 
Com. of the India Board, F. R. S. 
N 

Newcaftle, D- 3. Ld. Lt. and Cuft. 
Rot. or Nottinghamshire, Steward 
Keeper and Guardian o. the Foreft 
of Sherwood and Park of Folewocd 
in Co. of Nottingham, High Stew, 
of Weftminfter, and Eaft Retford, 
Auditor of the Exchequer, for 
Life, Comptr. of the Cultoms of 
the Port of London, P. C. LL.D 
F. R. S. and K. G. 

Nforfolk, D. 2. Hereditary Earl Mar- 
fhal, Premier Duke, and Earl of 
England, Lord Lt. and Cuft Rot. 
cf the Wtft Riding or V( i kfhire. 

Northampton, E. 4. Lord Lieut, and 
Cuft. Rot. of the Co. of Noith- 
ampton, Recorder of the Town 
of Northampton. 

Northumberland, D. 3. Lord Lt, 
and Cuft. Rot. of Northumber- 
land, a Lieut, -en. 

Norwich, Bp. 1 .1 . Prc-fidei t of Mag. 

* Col. Ox. and l)e <n of Canterbury. 

Norwich, E. 7. Sec Gordon, D. 
O 

Onflow, B. 9." a Lord of his Ma# 
jetty's Bedchamber, Lord Lt. and 
Cuft. Rot. of the CO. of Surry, 
High Steward Kingftoq upon 
Thames and Guitdfo:d,P C. LL.D. 

Orford, E. 6. Ranker and Kee; er <;f 
St. James's andH ae I a;k, Ld. Lt 
and Cuft. Rot. ofNorrolk, City ajid 
Co. of Norwich, Steward of the 
Corporation of Yarmouth. 

Oxford, E. 5. 

Oxford, Bp. 13. Can n ofCh ift 
Church, Oxford, and Rector of 
Batsfcrd, Glouctileiihire. 

P. Hum, 



(20) An Alphabetical Lijl of the Houfe of Lords. 



Felham, B. 10. Surveyor Genera 
of the Cuftoms in the Port 
London, P. C. 

Pembroke, E. 4. L id Lt. and Cud 
R t. of Wiltftii I , Go ve nor of 
Poitfmouth, Higo Steward ol Sa 
lifbury, and a Gen. Col. I iifi: 
Regt. Dra o^ns 

Peterborough, E. 4. 

Peterborough, Bp, ^.DeanofDurham. 

Petre, B 9. 

Plymouth, E. 5. F. R.S. 
Pom fret, E. 6. 

Ponlonby, B. 10. See Be/borough, E. 
Portchefrer, B. 1 1. LL. D. 
Portland, D. 3. Hitrh Steward of 

Br.ltol, F. R. S. P C. 
Portfmouth, E. 6. 

Poulett, E. 5. Recorder of Bridge- 
water. » y 

Pow is,E. 6. Recorder of Ludlow, Ld. 
Lieut, -and Cull. Rot. of the co. of 
Montgomery. 



^omney, B. 1 o. Prefident of the So- 
ciety for the Encouragement of 
Arts and Manufactures, L L. D. 
and F. R. S. 

Roxburgh, D. 6. Scotland, Lord of 
the King's Bedchamber, K. T. 
See Ker. 

Rutland, D. 3. 



Queenfbury, Duke 12. (Scotland.) 
K. T. See Douglas. 



R. 

Radnor, E. 7. Recorder of Sarum 

Rawdon, B 11. ehieft Son of Ea^ 
of Moira, lrel. a Col. in the Army, 
and an A : d de Camp to th. • ir.g 

Richmond, D. 2. Mailer General o 
the Ordnance, a General, Lord 
Lieut, and Cull. Rot. of Suffex, 
H?gh Steward o f the City of Chi- 
chefter, Duke o'Aubi^ne, France, 
P.C. K. G.and F.R.S.bcc Lenox. 

Rivets, B. ii. One of the Lords o: 
the Bed chambe.-, LL.D. 

Rocherter, Bp. 13. D.an of Wert - 
minlt r, Dean of the Order of 
the Bath. 

Rochford, F. 5. 

Rodney, B. 11. Vice Admiral of 
EiiLiland,*Tmd an Admiral or the 

wknte,, m B. 



St. Alban's, D. 2. Hereditary 
G.and Falconer of England, He- 
reditary Regifter of the court of 
Chancery . 
St. Afaph, Bp. 13. Arehde.icon of 

St. A aph. 
St. Davids, Bp. 14. Re&or of South- 
Wei Id, Eflcx, and of Newington, 
Surrv. 
St. John, B. 9. 
Sack vi He, V. 8. 

Salisbury, M. 3. Lord Chamberlaine 
of his Majefty's Houfhold, Lo;d 
Lieut, and Cuft. Rot. of Herts, 
and Hi b m Siewa;d oi th^ Bor of 
Hertford, P. C. L.L. D. F. R. S. 
Salifbury, Bp. 14. Chancellor of the 

Order of the Garter. 
Sandwich, E. 4. Recor. of the Cor- 
poration of Huntingdon and God- 
manchefter, ranks as a Gen. LL. 
D, and P. C. 
Sandys, B. to. a Truftee of the 

Brittfh Mufeum. 
Say and Sele, B. 9. A Lt. in the 

2d Foot Guards. 
Scarborough, E. 5. SeeLumley, &c. 
Scarfdalc, B. 10. LL. D. 
Shaftcfbury, E. 5. 

Shannon. E. 12. (Ireland) Joint 
Vice Trcafurcr, and P. C. in that 
Kingdom, K. P. See Carleton, B. 

Shelburne, E. 3. (Ireland,) See 
La n I'd -wne, M. 

Shi reborn e, B. 12. 

Shre'wflmry, E. 4. ee Watei ford, Sec. 
Someriet, D. 2. P. C. 
Somersj B 1 1 . 
Sondes, B. 10, 

Soutlj- 



An Alphabetical Lift of the Houfe of Lords. (2 1 ) 



Southampton, B. if. a Lieut. Cen. 
and Col. of the 3d Reg._of Drag, 
and Groom of the Stole to the 
Prince of Wales. 
Spencer, E. 7. High Steward of St. 
Alban's. 

Stafford, M. 3. Lord Privy Seal, 
Ld. Lieut, and Cult. Rot. of the 
Co. of Stafford, and Recorder of 
Stafford, P. C. K.G. 
Stamford, E. 4. Lord Lieut: and Cull. 

Rot. of the co. of Chefter. 
Stanhope, E. 5. F. R. S. 
Stawell, B 10. Surv. of the Cuftoms. 
Stormont, V. 13. JulL Gen. of Scoti. 
Joint Clerk of the King's Bench, 
and Iveeper of Scoon, P. C. K. T. 
Stourton, B. 9. 

Strabane, Vifc. 8 (Irel.) See Aber- 

co;n and Hamilton. 
Strafford, E. g. F. R. S. 
Strange, E. 7 See Athol, D. 
Suffield, B 12. L. L. D. 
Suffolk, E. 4. a IV! aj. Gen. and Col. 

of the 70th Foot. 
5undridge, B- 10. fee D. of Argyle. 
SutTex, E. 5. 

Sydney, B. 8. Chief Juflice in Eyre, 
S. of Trent, i J - C. 

T. 

Talbot, E- 7. 
Tankervilie, E. 5. P. C. 
Teynham, B- 9* 

Thanet, E- 4* Hereditary Sheriff of 

Wellmortland. 
Thurlow, B. if' Lord Hi;h Chan- 
cellor, and one of the Tellers* of 
the Exchequer, P. C. 
Torpichen, Lord 

Torrington, V. 8- Min Plen. at the 

Court of Bruffels. 
Townfhend, M« 3. Col. of ti e :d or 
Queen's Reg. of Drag. Guards, 
a Gen. P. C. in both Kingdoms. 
Tyrone, B. 12. See Wat ei ford. 
V. 

Vernon, B 10. 

ferulam., B. ii. Vifcount Grimftone, 
Ireland. 
1702. 



Oxbridge, E. 7. Lord Lt. and Cuft. 
Rot. of the Co. of Angiefey, Keeper 
of the CaiLe of Carnervon, Ranger 
of Snowden Foreft. L. L. L>. 

W. 

Waldegrave, E. 6* 

W ales, Prince, 2. Electoral Prince 
of Brunfwick-Lunenburgh, Duke 
of Cornvval and.Rothiay, E. of 
Cheller and Carrick, B. of Ren- 
frew, Lord of the Ifles, and Great 
Steward of Scotland, and Capt. 
Gen. of the Artillery Co. P. C. K.G. 

Walpole, B. 10. 

Walfingham, B. 1 1 Joint Poflmafter 
General, Comptr. of the Fir ft 
Fruits and Tenths, P. C. F. R. S. 

Warwick, E. 6. See Brooke. 

Waterford, M. Ireland, P. C. K. P. 
in that King. lorn, fee Tyrone. 

Waterford and Wexford, E. (Ire- 
land) fee Shrewsbury, E- 4. 

Wentw or'h, V. 8- L. L. D. a Lord of 
his Majority's Bedchamber. 

WeRmoreland, E. 4. Ld. Lieut, of 
li eland, P C. 

Willoughby de Brook, B. 9. Ld. of 
the King's Bedcham'j-er, L L. D. 

Winchelfea, E. 4. one ot the L rds 
of the King's Bedchamber, Lord 
Lt. and Cult. Rot. of the Co. of 
Rutland. 

Winchefter, Bp, 13. Prelate of the 

Order of the Garter. 
Worcelter, Bp. 13. Clerk of the 

Cloitt to the King. 

Y. 

York, Abp. 13. Primate of England, 
and Lord High Aim- 10 his Ma). 

Yoik, D. 2. Bifhop of Oi.naburgh, 
E. of U liter, Irel. a Lt (Jen. Col. of 
the 2d Reg. o\ Fool Guatds, P. C. 
K. G. and K. B. 



D 



(22) 



The HOUSE t/COMMONS. 



Composed of 558 Members, elecled in Aug. 1790. 
Note, The County is not added after the Reftdence^ where the Scat and 

Flr.ce re pre ented are in the fame County. 
''Thus narked are Privy Counfellors. 



MEMBERS. 
BEDFORDSHIRE, 4. 

1 E> H E.oi Upper Oifory, 
2 ZV. Ho 11. St And. St. John 

Bedford. 

3 Wm. Cclhoun, Efq; 

4 S. Whitbread, jun Efq; 

BERKSHIRE, 9. 

5 George Vanfittarr, Efq; 

6 Wm. H. Hartly, Efq; 

Reading. 

7 Francis Anaefiey, Efq; 

8 Rich. Aid. Neville, Efq; 

Abingdon. 

9 Edw. Love. Lovedon, Efq; 

New Windfr. 

10 Pen. Port. Powney, Efq; 

1 1 R.H. Ear I of Mornington 

Wallingford. 

12 5/r Francis Sykes, 5/. 

13 N W. Wraxall, Efq; 

BUCKS, 1.4. 

14 it. H. M. of TiuhfieH, 

15 it. H. Jamee Grenviile, 

Buckingham. 

16 Geo. Nugent, Efq; 

17 Sir Alex Hood, 

Chipping fVy combe. 
\%R.H. Earl of Wycombe, 

19 Sir J. Jervis, A'. j5. 

Ayicflury. 

20 Scrope Bernard, Efq; 

2 j Ger. Lake, Efq; 

Great Mar low. I 
12 Thos. Williams, Efq; 
23 W. Lee Antonie, Efq; 

W endover. 
14 J. B. Church, Efq; 
25 H S. Conway, 

Agmondejham. 
16 Wm. Drake, EfqvZJLZ). 
27-W.Drakt, jun.Efq; LLD. 
CAMBRIDGESHIRE, 6. 
28 James W.Adeane, Efq; 
19 Charles Yoikc ; Efq; 



Town Refidence. 

Grofvenor-place, 
CSiapcl-ftteet, 

Grofvenor-fquare, 
Wimpole-tfreet, 

Bruton-ftreet, 

Hill -ft. Berkeley -fq. 

Chapel-ltreet, 
Grofvenor-ftreer, 

Conduit-ftreet, 

Park-place, 
Chape.-ttr.S.Aud-ftr. 

Audley-fquare, 
Albemarle ftreet, 



Pall Mall, 



Berkeley-fquare, 
Welbeck-ftreet, 

Bolton-flreet, 
Pali Mall, 

Adelphi Terrace, 
Jermyn itreet, 

Sackville-flreet, 



Grofvenor-fnuare, 
Portman-fquare, 

Harley-ftr. Cav. fq. 
Gower-ltreet, 



Country Refidence. 
Amptill Park. 



Wreiham, Norfolk. 
Wcoimer, Herts. 

Bifham Abbey. 
Bucklebury. 



Staalake. 
Bufcot Park. 
Maidenhead. 



Baffildon, Reading. 
Wraxall, Somerjct. 



Burleigh, Somerfet. 
Cricket, So.r.erfct. 

Am ClifFe, Stafford. 

Winch endon. 
Alton Clinton. 

Temple H. Berks. 

Downe, Windfor. 

Amerfham Mount. 

Babraham Houfe. 

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MEMBERS. Totvn Reft Jen ce. 

Cambridge Uninjerftty. 

30^1*?/. ikWm. Pitt, Downing-flreet, 
31 Hon Earl of Eulton, 

Cambridge Town. 
2% Robt. Manners, Efq; 

33 Hon Edward Finch, 
CHESHIRE, 4. 

34 John Crewe, Efq; Grofvenor-ftreet, 
3$ SVRob Salifb.Cotion,Z?/. Berkeley-fquare, 

Chcfter. 

36 Thomas Grofvenor, Efq; Cavendifh-fquare, 

37 Rt. Hon. Ld. R( Igrave, GioiV. houfe, Milb. 
CORNWALL, 44. 

38 Sir William Lemon, Bt. Whitehall, 

39 Francis G; egor, Efq; 
Launcejlcn. 

40 Hon. John Rodney, 

41 Sir H. Clinton, K. D. Portlan. '-place, 

Ls [heard. 

I 42 Hen. Edw. James Elliott, Downing ft reet, 
43 Hon. John Elliott, Gowti -llreet, 

Leftwitkiel. 

I 44 R. P. Carew,Efq$ Charles ftr. Berk. fq. 

145 Geo. Smith, Efq; NevvBroad-ltreet, 
Truro. 

1 46 W. Au.Sp.Bofcawen,Efq; Piccadilly 

147 James Gordon, jun. Eiq; : Upper Giofvenor-ftr. 
Bgdmyn. 

148 oVr John Moifliead, Bt. New B« rk-ft. Port.fq. 

149 Roger Wilbraham Efq; St. Jameses -pi ace, 
He 'ft on, 

U Sir Gilbert Elliot, Bt. Park-(fn er, Wcftm. 
■51 6Vr Step. Lufti ngton, 5/. Harley-R \ e.t, 

Edw. Bearcroft, Efq; Parliament-ftreet, 
(53 ivf. Hon. Ld. Gar lies, Cha.-ltr.St.J^n.ts'slq, 
Camelfcrd . 

;4 Jas. Macpherfon, Efq; Fludyer-ftreet, 
55 W.p. Smith, Efq; 

Eaftloce. 
16 Ihn. W. W. Pole, 

[7 Rob. Wood, Efq; Hanover-fquare, 

Weftlooe. 
1 8 Sir J, W. Dela Pole, £/. 
. 19 John Paidoe, Efq; Bedford-row, 
Grampound . 
jo Thomas 'Wallace, Efq; 
Jer. CruichLy, Efq; 



Clarges-ftreet Picctd 
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Country Reftdence. 



Hoi wood Kent. 
Ravenfworth Caflle, 
[Durham. 
Bloxam, Line, 



Crewe Hall, Nantnt. 
Cumbermtre Abbey. 

Wimbledon, Surry. 



Carclew. 
Reftormel Park. 

Armfwonh, Hants. 



Port Elliott. 
Anthony. 

Moore pi ace, Htrtt. 
Trtnafit Pa-L. 

South HiJI, P. Btrfoi 
Holland H. Kenftngt. 



Putney Heath, Surry, 
Clapham Surry. 



Lime Grove, Sut ry. 

Snutc, Deicn. 
Lay ion, Ejjue. 

Carlet:in H. Cumb. 
Sunuiflg H. Berks. 

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MEMBERS. 

Pe rtryn. 
fx Sir Fran Baljett, Bt. 

63 Richard Glover, EfQ. 

Tregory. 

64 John Stenhenion, Efq; 
6^ Matt. Montague, Efq; 

Boffiney. 

66 H:n. Tames Smart, 

67 Humph. Minchin» Efq; 

St. Ives. 
- 6*8 William Piaed, Efq-, 
69 Win. Mil's, Efq; 



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Town Rcfidcnce. 



wey. 



Stuih Audley-fl reet, 
St. James's- place, 

Bedford-fqunre, 
Manchelier-fquare, 

St. I amps's- ftreet, 
Gt.'Georges-ft.Wcft. 

Jcrmyn-ftrect, 
South Audiey- (Ireet, 

Portugal- fl eet, 



70 R II. Ld. Valletort, 
7 1 Phil p Rafliley, Efq; 

St. Germair.s. 
7-2. Marq. of Lome, 

73 Hon. William Elliot, 

Mitchell. 

74 David Howell, Efq; 

75 Chrilt. Hawkins, Eiq; 

Newport. 

76 Rt. ILn. L.rd Fielding. 

77 Cha. Rainsford, Efq; 

St. Maws. 

78 Sir Wm. Young, Bt * 

79 JohnO. S'mroe, Efq; 

Callington. 

80 John Call, Efq; 

81 Paul Orchard, Efq* 
CUMBERLAND, 6. 

8z Sir Henry Fletcher, Bt. 

83 Hum Senhoule, Eiq; 

Car life. 

84 |n C h , i ft . Cm wen, Efq; 

85 Wllibu Braddyll, Efq; 

Cockermouth. 
T,6 ]. Anftruther, Efq; 

87 "| . H. Garforth, Efq; 
DERBYSHIRE, 4. 

88 G.Cavendifn, 
#9 Ed W.Miller Mw.ndy.Efq; Piccadilly, 

Derby. 

90 R.H.G. A. H.Crn-enriifh, 

91 Edward Coke, Efq; 

DEVONSHIRE, 2<5. 
9! John Rollc, Efq 



Argyle-ftreet, 
Spring Gard< ns, 

St. james-Oreet, 
Ar^y'e-lWcer, 

ChefUrfield-ftreet, 



Gt.George-0. WtHn 



Old Bu'Hiogti n-ftreet, 
Chelterheid -ftreet, 

Southampton-row, 



Wimnole-ftrec t, 
L. Bfo0k-ftr.Grov.f9 

Berkeley* fquare, 



Savillc Row, 
Harley-iti eet, 



Chefterfie'd-lUeet, 
93 John Poll. UatUrd, Efq; I Poriland-Plaee, 



Country RefiJence. 
Tehidy Park. 

Brenf. Butts, Mid. 



Richmond Park, 
Holywell, Hants. 

[Bucks. 

Tyringham. 
Hat ii eld, Herts. 



Menabilly, Surry. 



Port Elliot, C:rnw. 

\ Lanl h\t( n. 
Trewiihen. 



\ Del a ford, Bucks. 
j W olio id, Devon. 

[ St< ke Abbey, D vcn. 
Hai tld. Abbey, Devon. 

Clea. 

Netheihal). 

Work intra Hail. 
CongHiead. 



Steeton, Tcrk/Jjire. 

Holker, Lancafler. 
Shipley. 

Latimers, Bucks. 
Longford. 

Tydwell. 
Kitley. 

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MEMBERS. 

Exeter. 

94 John Baring, Efq; 

95 James Buller, Efq; 

AJhburton. 
96" Robert Mack.reth, Efq; 

97 Lawrence Palk, Efq; 

Tiverton . 

98 S/r John Duntze, 5/. 

99 //<?». Dudley Ryder, 
Clifton Dartmouth Hardnefs. 
10*0 Edmund Ballard, Efq; 
ioi i?/. ifoif.J.Cha Villiers. 

Oakbampt on . 
toz John St. Leger, E fcj ; 

103 Robert Lad brook e, Efq-, 

Ho mt on. 

104 pirGeo:Yonge,Bt. 

105 Geo. Templer, Efq; 

Plymouth. 

106 A. Gardner, Efq; 

107 Sir F, L. Rogers, Z?/, 

Beeralfton, 

108 John Mitfurd, E%; 

109 35r> Geo. Beaumont, 2?r 

I lympton. 

1 10 R.H.E. <; f Carhampton, 

I 1 1 Philip Medcalf, Efq; 

T 

112 W. P. Powleit, Efq; 

1 13 pr, H. Yarde, Efq; 

Barnjiaple. 

I I 4 John Clevland, Efq; 
115 Wm.Devaynet, Lfq; 

1 avijiock . 
I iG^R.H. R. Fitzp.it; kk,jun 

117 H. Ld. |ohn Ruflcli, 
DORSETSHIRE, 20 

118 Fran. John hi owne, Eh}; 

119 Wm. M. Pitt, Efq; 

Dorcbejier. 
|2o Francis Fane, Efq; 
H \ Hon. Crop ley Aihley, 

Lyme Regis. 

122 Hon. Henry Fane, 

123 ILn. Thomas Fane, 

Weymouth. 

124 Sir James Murray, Bt. 

125 R. B. John (lone, Eiq; 



Toivn Refidence. 



Bryanfton-ftreet, 

Cork-Oreet, 
Bruton-ftreet, 

Pall-Mall, 
Park-lheet, 

Wimpoie-Ureet, 



St. James's Place, 
P rtiand-piace, 

St rat r ord-rlace, 
Parliament- llreet, 

Admh alty, 
Adelphi, 

Lincolns fnn, 



SaviJle-row, 



Mansf^frr. Port, place, 
Dover-ih eet, 

South-ltrcet, 



Pali-Mall, 

Ariingion-ilreet* 

Parliament-ilreet, 



Grofvenor-flreet> 
Soho-fquare, 



(*5) 

Country Rejidence. 

Mount Pv ad ford. 
Downs. 

Ewhur-ft, Hants* 
Halden-houfe. 

Rockbere Houle. 
Sandon, Staffor iljb, 

Sharrham. 



Gatton, Surry, 
'tlcott. 

Sh.ipwick, Somerfctjb. 



B'achford. 

Dun mow, Effex, 

Weftham, Efex, 

Somborne, Hants, 
Tapley. 



Framj ton. 
En con be. 

Bridehead. 



Fulbeck, Lincoln. 
Boitomft), Scmet~let. 

Twickenham, Midd, 
HuckhelsHall,nr/y/A 



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MEMBER S. 

Mel combe Regis. 
i:6 Andrev, SUiart, Efq; 

127 Sirjas, 1 hntton, Bt, 

Br id port. 

128 Char'es Sturt, Efq; 
I 29 Jan Wat Ion, Efq; 

Shaft/bury. 

130 C. Duncornbe, jun. Efq; 

131 Wm Grant, Efq; 

PV areham. 

132 fT-Rr Hon. Lord Spencer, 

133 Rivha f d Snrmh, Efq; 

Corff-Caftle. 

134 John Bond, Efq ; 

135 Henry Bankes, Efq; 

Poole. 

136 Benjamin Letter, Efq; 

137 M c Ang. Tayli r, Elq; 
D U R H A M, 4. 

138 R. Burden, Efq-, 

139 R. Miibanke, Efq; 

Durham City. 

140 John Temped, Efq; 

141 W.HenryLambton.Efq; 
Ebok,/^.YORKSHIRE,3o 

142 Hen. Duncornbe, Efq; 

143 Wm. Wilberforce, Elq; 

Aldborough . ' 

144 ]ohnGalleyKnight,Efq; 

145 R. M. T. Chifwell,Efq; 

Boroughbridge. 
146" Sir Richard Sutton, Bt. 

147 Maurice Robinlon, Elq; 

Beverly. 

148 Sir J. Pennyman, Bt. 
1 49 JohnWhartor, Efq; 

Heydon. 

1 50 Lionel Dart II, Efq; 

151 Beilby Thompfon, Efq; 

Knarejborough. 

1 52 R.H. Vifc Dungannon, 

153 James Hare, Efq; 

Malton. 

154 Edmund Burke, 

155 William Weddell, Efq; 

Northallerton. 
It6 Henry Pcirfe, Efq; 
157 Edward LalceHes, Efq; 



Town Refidence. 



Bruton-ftreet, 
I J owis Place, 



Temple, 

Berkeley -fquare, 
Do. 

Portman -fquare, 
Duke-ftreet, Weilmin, 



H.uley-ftreet, 
Wirnpole-llreet, 

Wimpole-fireet, 
Harley-ftreet, 

Pali-Mall, 

Old Palace Yard, 

G. Ruflel-ft. Bloomfb 
Portland Place, 

Hanovei -fquare, 



Old Palace Yard, 

Dean-ftrect. Soho, 
Cavendifh-fquare, 

Caveidifli -fquare, 
Charles-ft. Berkly-fq. 

Duke-ft. St. James, 
Upper Brook-ftreet, 

Harley-ftreet, 
\ViiripoU>Itject, 



Ctun try R cf dence. 

Sta»!y Hall. 
Critchili Houfe. 



Grange. 
Kingtton-HalJ. 



ParkHi!i,7W,. 

Cattle Eden. 
Seaham. 

Wynyard. 



Copgrove. 
Markingion. 

Langold, Notts. 
Dibdin Hall, Efex. 

Norwood Park, Notts, 



Ormfby- Thornton. 
Sheiton Cattle. 

Richmond H\\\ y Surry. 

Roehampton, Surry, 

Gregories, Buckt. 
Newby. 



Bedale. 



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MEMBERS. 

Pontefradl. 

58 John Smith, Efq; 

59 Wm Sotherc^jKH.Efq: 

Richmond . 

60 R.H. Earl of Inchiquin, 

61 L. Dundas, Efq; 

Rippon. 

62 Wm. Lauience, Efq; 

63 SirG. AllanfonWinn,^/ 1 . 

Scarborough. 

64 R. H. E.of Tryconnel, 

65 Hon.H. Phipps, 

rhirfk. 

66 Sir Greg.Pa.Turne-,B/ 

67 R bcrt Vyner, Efq; 

Tork. 

68 Rd. Slater Milnes, Efq; 
6-9 Sir W. M. Milner, Bt. 

Kitty J} on upon Hull, 
jo Sam. Thornton, Eiq; 
7 1 Ear I of Burford, 
ESSE X, 8. 

72 Tho.Ber.Bramfton,Efq; 

73 John Bullock, E q; 

Colchefter. 

74 R. Thornton, Efq; 

75 George Jack! on, Efq; 

Maiden. 

76 Jof. Holden Strutt, Efq; 

77 Cha.C. Wedern, Elq; 

Harnvich. 

78 J.Robinfon, Efq; LLD. 
y 9 ^Rr.Hon Thomas Orde, 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 8. 

80 Bm, Geo. C. Berkeley, 

81 Thomas Mafters, Elq; 

Teivkejbury. 

82 Sir Wm. Codrington, Bt. 
S3 James Martin, Efq; 

C'irencefier . 

84 R.H Lord Api\e\\ 

85 Richard Matte, , Efq; 

Gloucejier . 

86 John Webb, Efq; 

87 John Put, Elq; 
HEREFORDSHIRE, 8. 

SS <I /?. //.ThomasHarley, 
8ij S/r Geo.CoinewaJl,/?/. 



7W« Refidence. 

Briton-ftreet, 
A lbemarle-ftreet, 

St James's-ftreet, 
ArJington-llreet 

Brook-dreel, 
Do. 

New Cav-ft. Portl-fq. 
Jermyn-ftreet, 

Portland-place, 
Conduit-ftreet, 



Portland Place, 

K\ A msYdColem.fh 
Upper Grofvenor-ftr, 

Albemai le-ftreet, 
Weymouth Ih cet, 

K" ArmsYdC.)lem.(l. 
Old Palace Yard, 

Lower Grofvenor-ft. 
Uentinck-ftreet, 

Charing Ciofs, 



Cha. ftr. St. James's, 
Wimpole-ftreet, 

Davies-ftreet, 
Dow nir.g-lh eet, 

Park-ftreet. We dm. 
Chancery-lane, 



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Country Rejidence. 

Heath, 
Darnngton. 

Clifden, Bucks. 



KirbyFletham, 
Little Wharly, 

Clermont, Surry. 



Battlefden, Bedfordjb. 
Gautby, Ltncolnfi. 

Fryfton. 

Nun Appleton. 

Clapham, Surry, 



Skrecns. 
Faulkbourn-hall. 

Clapham, Surry. 

Tirliag-place, 

Mitchelftow. 
Sudbury-Green, Mid. 

The Abbey, Cirme. 

Dodington. 
Overbury. 



Mortimer-fir. Cav. fq. Cofe-Houfe. 
Cnaring Crol's, .Glouce&er. 



Alderfgate fVeet, 
Sunhape-itreei, 



Hoolley, Croydon. 
Moccas-Court. 



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M EMBERS. 

Hereford. 

190 John Scudamore, Efq; 

191 James Walwyn, Efq; 

Leanivjtcr. 

1 92 John Hunter, Efq; 

193 Richard He kford, Efq; 

PVecbiy. 
19a Sir John Scott, Knt. 

195 H. Ld Geo. 1 hypne, 
HERTFORDSHIRE, 6. 

196 William Plumer, Efq; 

197 Wm. Baker, Efq; 

Hertford. 

198 John Calvert, Efq; 

199 Math. Dimfdale, Efq; 

St. Alb a 11*%. 

200 Han, R. Bingham, 

201 John Calvert, jun Efq: 
HUNTINGDONSHIRE, 4- 
lOl^R H. Earl of Ludlow, 

203 fiC /^.Hinchinbrook, 
Huntingdon. 

204 John WilletPaync, Efq; 

205 Henry Spe> d, Efq; 

KENT, 10. 

206 FilmerHoney vvo> d,Efq; 

207 Sir E. KnatchbttU, £/. 

RocheJ'ter. 

208 George Beit, Efqj 

209 Sir Richard Hkkerton, 

Quetnbircugb. 
2 10 Gib'jt. Ciawrurd, Efq; 
211 Richard Hopkins, Eiq; 

Maidflene. 
2iz Clement Taylor, Efq; 
213. Matthew Bloxam, Efq; 
Canterbury. 

214 George Gipps, Efq; 

215 Sir J. Honey wood, Bt. 
LANCASHIRE, 14. 

216 Fio. Stanley, Kin; 

217 John Blackburn, Efq; 

Lane a J} t r . 

218 6\VG^orge Warren, K.B. 

219 John Den:, Efq; 

Pre/ton. 

220 Sir Hen Hfoghton, Bt. 

221 Rt. fan. John Bui goyae, 



Tcuun Re/Id en cc 



Cheftcrfield-ftrect, 

Bedford -fquare, 
Piccadilly., 

Great. Ormond-ftreet, 



Cavendifh-fouarc, 
Hiil-it;eet, ' 

Stable yard, St. Jam. 



St. James Place, 
9tabie-yard, St Jam. 

Grofvenor-ftreet, 
George-It. Hanov.-fq. 

Carleton Houfe, 
Bi uton-llreet, 

Charles-ftr. Beik. fq. 



Parliament-flreet, 
Bruton-ftreet, 

Pail-Mall. 

G George's Street. 

Downing-ftreet, 



Pall-Mall, 

Park-ftreet, Weftm. 

K ry (1 on Houfe, 
Cecil-llreet, 

Upper B''ook-fheet, 
Hci tfo. d-ftreet, 



Country Rcfdence.. 

Kent Church. 
Loflg worth. 

Gubbins. 



Ne v. cattle uponTyne. 

Bla kefware. 
Ba\ F irdbury. 

Albury Hall. 



Albury Hall. 

^reat Stoughtor. 
Swinley Lodge, Berkt. 



HalPs Place. 
Merfhani Hatch. 



Upwood> Huntingdcn, 



Oving, Bucks, 

Maidftone. 
Hiuhgate. 



Evington. 

Crofs Hall. 
Orford. 

Poyntoji, Chefhire. 
C'apham, Surry. 

Iloghton Tower. 

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MEMBERS. 

Liverpool . 
ail Bam.Gafcoigne,jun Efq; 

113 Ban. Tr.rleton, Efq; 

fj'rgan. 

114 John Cotes, Efq; 

22.5 OilandoBridgeman,Efq; 

Clitheroe. 
126 Sir John Aubrey, Bt. 
117 P. A. Curzon, Eiq; 

Newton. 
128 Tho. Petef Legh, Efq; 
229 Thomas Brooke, Efq; 
LEICESTERSHIRE, 4. 

130 Wm. Pochin,Efq; 
231 Sir Thomas Cave, Bt. 

LeiceJJer. 

131 Tho. B Parkyns, Efq; 
233 Samue 1 Smith, Efq; 

LINCOLNSHIRE, 12. 
134 Cha. Antler. Pe!ham,Efq; 
435 Sir John Thorold, Bt. 
Stamford. 

136 Sir t » eo r ge Ho w a id ,K.B. 

137 Rt.H.Earl of Caiysfort, 

Grantham. 

138 Fran. Cock Cuff, Efq; 
239 George Sutton, Efq-, 

^ M«; 

140 Sir P. Burrell, Knt. 

141 Thomas Fydell, Efq; 
Great Qrimfby. 

242 John Hani Ton, Efq; 
143 Dudley North, Llq; 

Lincoln. 
*44 Jn Fen.Cawthorne,K.q; 

245 // n. R. Hobart, 
MIDDLESEX, 8. 

246 Wm.Mainwaring, Eur, 
147 George Byng, E% 

JVtftminficr. 
S 48fl//;«. Cha. J unes Fox, 
I49 /,sr</ Hood, 
London. 
250 William Curtis, Efq; 
25! Brock Wat ion, Efq; 

252 Sir Watkin Lewis, Km. 

253 John Saw bridge, Ehjs 
1792. 



T$wn Reftdence. 

Pai liament-flreet, 
Clarges ft. Picadily, 

Upper Sevmour-ft. 
St. James's Place, 

St. JamesVSquare, 
Do. 



Green-fir. Grofv-fq. 
Kmg-flr. JamesVfq. 



Wimpole-flreet, 
Parliament- ft 1 eet, 

Arlir.gton-ftreet, 
Cavendifli-fquare, 

Grofvenor-fquare, 
Hill-ftrtet, 

l/ncoln's Inn, 
New Bond-ltreet, 

Whitehall, 



CharlfRfl Beik-fq. 
Hamilton-ftreet, 

Cent] irf-flrec t. 
Dub i in, lie laud. 

Hanover-fqua^e, 
Clu-ftcri -l.rect, 

S*Nith-St. Grofv-fq 
Admiralty, 

Leadenha'l-ft. 
Garlick-Hill, 
Rmtfs Road, 
M. Cav-ll. Port place, 



U9) 

Country Ref.dence* 
Childweli. 



Woodcote, Salop. 
Stoke Hall, Derby. 

BorftallTower,Stf chs. 
Gofpall, Leu eft. 

Golborne Park. 

A fluon Hayes, Chjk. 

Barkly. 

Stanford Leicejl, 



Wilford Nj/ts. 

Brock le(hy. 
Silton Park. 

StokePlace, IVindfor. 



CockayncHf.t!ey,/?f<£ 
Kdham, Notts. 

BccLcnham, Kent. 



Norton Place. 
Gknharn, Jfywricf", 

Cawthorni) 1 e; Ijb. 



Wroiham-P.uk. 

St» AnncVH.li, Surry 



Eafl Sheen, Surry 
rreaarroo, Cardigan, 
Kent. 
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MEMBERS. 

MONMOUTHSHIRE, 3. 

254 John Morgan, Elq; 

255 James Rooke, Elq; 

Monmouth . 
2$6 Charles Brag£;e, Elq; 

NORFOLK, 12. 
2 5 7 St r J h n Wood n o u I e , B t 
2 S 3 Tho. Win. Coke, Efq; 
Lynn-Regis. 

259 H,n. Horatio Walpole, 

260 Sir M. B Folkes, Bi. 
Great 2"ar mouth . 

261 Henry BeauFoy, Elq; 
,*6z%&t. /fca.C.Tuwniend, 

TbetfarJ. 

263 R. J. Buxton, Efq; 

264 Jofeph R Burch, Efq; 

Caftierifing. 
26*5 Chaile Boone, Efq; 
266 H.Drummond, jun Efq, 

Norwich. 
i6-j R. H Wm. Windham, 
468 Hon Hcnrv Hobari, 
• NO RT H A MP T ON S H I RE 9 

269 Thomas Powys, Efq; 

270 Francis Dickens, Efq; 

Peterborough. 

271 Hon. Lionel Darner, 

272 Richard Benyon, Efq; 

Northampton. 

273 Rt.H Cha.L^.Compt -in, 

274 Hon. Edward Bouverie, 

Brackley. 
27; JohaWm.Egerton, Efq-, 
-2 76 Sam. Haynes, Efq; 

Hig h a m - Ferrc rs . 
277 R. hi. l- r Dungannon, 
Is O RT H U M BERL A N D, 6. 

27 5 Sir Wm. Middle" on, Bt. 
i-g Chaileq Grey, Efq; 

Morpeth. 
28co7rJ. St. Clair Erfkine,#/. 
281 Francis Gregg, Efq; 

Neiucajlle-itpon-Tync. 
28i67rM. White Ridl«y,~£f. 
2$ 3 Chailes Brandling, Efq; 



7Va/« Reftdence. 

Parliament-fireer, 
Beikeley-ft. Piccadilly 

Lincolns Inn, 

Upper Brook-ftreet, 

New Burlington-ft. 
Mansfield- ftreet, 

Great OeorgeVftreet, 
Stanhope-tlreet, 

St. JanresVPlace, 
Someifet-itieet, 

New-ft. Spring Gird 

Hill-ftreet, 
Dublin, Ireland. 

Albemarle-ftreet, 
Portm.an-fq.uare, 

George-flreet, 
Grofvenor-fquare, 

Parl'ament-ftreet , 
Old Burlington-ft. 

Grofvenor-fquare, 



Country R;Ji<I encc. 

Tredegar. 
Big'.'wear. 



Cavendifh-fquare, 

Cond'jit-fh ect, 
Ormond-ltreet, 

Cavendifh-fqoare, 
Dowgate Hiil, 

Portland Place, 
Hailey-ftreet, 



Kimberly. 
Holkham. 

Wolteitcn. 
Hi.lington. 



Sb.adwell Lodge. 
Great Cieflingham. 

Barking-hall, Suffolk. 
Granges,. Hants. 

Felbrigge. 
Nocton, Lincolnjb. 

LilforH. 
Wellallon. 

Came, Dorfet/bin. 
Gidea Hall, Efiex. 

Oaft!e Afhby. 



Sunning- Hi 11, Berks. 



Roehampton, Surry. 

BellayCaPiIe. 
Howick. 



Rlaquedon. 
Gosforihiicufc. 



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MEMBERS 7 awn Re fid en ce. 

Berwick-upon-Tweed. 
284 //;«. John Vaughan, Portland- place, 
28$ ILn. C Carpenter, 
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, 8. 
2S6 Rt.H.L. E.Ch.BentinLk, 
287 C.Chal.PienepointjEfq; Knightibridge, 

F.aji Retford. 
2 B 8 £/. //;». Tho. E. Lin coin, Dovcr-ftreet, 

289 Sir John Ingilby, Bt. 
Newark* 

290 John M. Sutton, Elq; St. James's-ftreet, 
201 Win Crofoie, Efq; 

Nottingham. 

292 Robert Smith, Efq; St. JamesVplace, 

293 Dan. Parker Coke, Efq; Temple, 
OXFORDSHIRE, 9. 

294 Philip, Fife. Wenman, Portman-ftreef, 



295 Marq. of Blandford, 
Oxford Univcrfty. 

296 Sir Wm. Dolben, Bt. 

297 Fran. Page, Efq; 

Oxford City. 

298 Francis Burton, Efq; 
Z99 Arthur Annelly, Elq; 

New Woodftock. 
3006V/ H Wat.Dafhwood,£/. 

301 Lord H. J. Spencer, 

Banbury. 

302 Lord North, 
RUTLANDSHIRE, 2. 

303 Ger. Noel Edwards,Efq; 

304 john Heathcote, Efq; 
SALOP, 12. 

30 ; Sir Richard Hill, Bt. 
30O John Kyaafton, Efq; 

Sbewjhury . 
307 William Pulteney, Efq; 
3cS John Hill, Efq; 

Ludlow. 
I09 Rt. Hon. Lord Clive, 
10 Rd. Payne Knight, Efq; 
Brtdgenorth. 
Tho. Whitmore, Efq; 
12 Ifaac Ht. Browne, Efq; 

Great W enlock. 
3 Sir Hen. Bridgeman, Bt. 

14 Cecil Forefter, Efq; 
Bi/bofs Caftle. 

15 William Clive, Efq; 

16 Henry Strachey, Elq; 



G t . G eorg e 1 s - We [\ m . 

Abington-ftreeb 
Pail-Mall, 

Lincoln%-Inn, 



Grofvenor-ftreet, 
Pall Mall, 

Old Burlingt. Builds. 

Chandqis-ft. Cav-fq. 
Charles-ft.Beikty-fq. 

Upper Harley-flreet, 
Oixhard-iti ett, 

Piccadilly, 

Upper Harley-ftreet, 

Berkley-fquare, 
Whitehall, 

Margaret-fir. Cav.-fq. 
South Audley-lL 

Conduit-ftreet, 



Old Bond-ftreet, 
Hill-ftreet, 
E a 



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Mainhem. 
Thorelby, 

Clumber. 
Ripley, Torhfbi 



Nottingham. 
Derby. 

Thamc-Park. 



Findon, Ntrthamp, 
Middle A lion. 

Edworth, Bedferr'fb. 
Blechi ngdoji. 

Kirtlington Park. 



Car mofe - Lodge. 
Lufringham. 

Hawkellone. 
Hard wick. 



Oakley-Park. 

Dow nton, He reftrdjh, 

Apley. 



Wefton. 



Styche. 

iutioa Court, Briflol. 

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MEMBERS. 
SOMERSETSHIRE, 18. 
3 17 'o\ ; r John Trevelyaft, Bt. 
316 EdwardPhchps,j\ui.Efq-, 
Taunton. ^ 

319 Alex. Popham, Efq; 

320 <S/>Beni.Hammeit,Af;//. 

llchefer. 

321 John liarcouit, Efq*, 

322 Samuel Eon?, Elq; 

Milhrne Per!. 
3:3 tf.ff Joha L.Muncafter, 
324 Rkhard Johnfon, Ei~q; 

32^ Clement Tudway, Efq; 

326 Henry B.Portman,Efq, 

Bridge-water. 

327 Vere Pouletr, 

328 John Lang-Ion, Efq; 

329 R. H rz/f/Bayham^ 

330 i'w./f If if cWvy mouth, 

Minehead. 
33 1 Jn.Fownes Luttrell,Eiq-, 
*yiR. H Fife. ParkeiL 
Brifiol. 

333 R.HM ofWorcefler, 

334 ff. tf. Sheffield, 
SOUTHAMPTON, 25. 

33^67; Win, Heathcote, 

336 Wm Chute, Elq-, 

Wi-Achcjler. 

337 Henry Pen ton, Efq; 

338 Rich. Gamon, jun. Efq; 

Far tf mouth. 

339 &>H.Fethei lh>nhaugh£ 

340 Hon. T. Eilkine, 

Newport. 

341 Jv. 7/ Lord Paimerflon, 

342 R. H Lord Melbourne, 

ITarmouth. 

343 Sir ]n. Flem.Eeiccfter, 

344 Jerv. C. Jer voile, Efq-, 

<Vewtoivn. 

345 John Barringron, Efq; 

346 HSir R. \?6.llcy, Bt. 



Town Refidence. 

Half Mc-on-ftreet, 
Wh tehal!, 

Sy monils-fnn, 
Lombard-ilrt-er, 

Hanover-ftreet, 
Hill-ftreet,Beik -fq 



Wimpole-ftreet, 



Harley-Hreet,Cav..fq. 
Clifford -fir eet, 

S tanhope-ft. May Fair 
Cor k- ft r eet, 

Pall Mall, 



Oro r venor-fquare, 
Downing-ft. eet, 



Gro<V 

ig-fteei, 
New-ftr.Spring-Gaid 



Piccadilly, 

George- ftr.Hanov.-fq 

Hill-ftreet, Berk -fq. 
Se,jcaiiiMnn,Fleet-ll 

Park-ftreet, Weflm. 
Picaciilly, 



Hanover-fquare, 

JamesVft. Bedf.-row, 
Qu.-flreet, Weftm. 



Country Ktftdcuu. 



Nettlecombe. 
Montacute. 



Great Houfe. 
Cafchailton, Surry. 

Muncafter, Cumberl. 



Wilderncffi, K<nt. 
Plunder Caftie. 

Sheffield Phce,6*^*. 

Hu-fley, Hants. 
Overton. 

Eaft^ate-houfe. 
LTp. Park, Suffix. 



Raft Sheen, Surry. 
H.ufield, Hants. 

Tabley, Chefler. 
Belmont. 

Swainflone, 1. Wight. 
Apledurcombe, Do. 

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MEMBER S. 

Lymington. 
347 Sir H. Burrard, 2?/. 
343 Nat. B. Halhead, Etq; 
Chrijl-Cburch. 

349 Hans Sloane, £fq; 

350 George Rofe, Eiq; 

slndover. 

351 Ben}. Lethieulier, Efq; 
35 x Wm. Fellows, Efq; 

Whitchurch. 

353 //. fi/c. Mirleton, 

354 J- T - Towafend, 
Petersfield. 

355 William lollifte, Efq; 

35 6 f y?/ Wetb Ellis, 

Slockb ridge. 

357 John Catr, Efq; 

358 John Scott, Efq-, 
Southampton. 

35 9 James Amyatf, Efq; 

360 H. Martin, Eiq; 
STAFFORDSHIRE, 10. 

361 f\Rt. Hm. firtWGower, 
l6iS/r Bdw. Li t!eton,£;. 

Stafford. 
353 H«jr. Edw. Monckton, 
364 Rd. Brin. Sheri.an, Efq-, 

Tnmivortk 
36^ #r //. John Courtenay, 

366 Robert Peel, Efq; 
N c<w c aft le -under- Line. 

367 6V A. Macdonald, 

368 Hen. John L Cower, 
Litchfield. 

369 Thomas Gilbert, Efq; 

370 'J ho. An' on, Efq; 
SUFFOLK, 16*. 

37 i Sir John R us, £/. 
37 z Str T. C. Bunbury, 
Ipfwich. 

373 Cha. Alex.Crick'tt, Efq 

374 Sir H. D'Oyley, £/. 
Dunivich. 

57^ Miles Barne, Efq; 

76 Jofhua Vrtn Neck, Efq: 

Or/W. 

77 CTic.H. /^.BeaTichamp 



Town Rejtdence. 



Upper Harley-ftreet, 
Old Palace yard, 

Seymour-place, 
Upper Grofvenor-ft. 

Curzon-ftrect, 
Admiralty, 

Argyle-ftreet, 
Brook-ftret t, 

Terrace Ade'p, 
H^lL^.fbect/Cav.fq. 

South :mp(on-llreet, 
Cork ftreet, 

Portland-place, 
Upper Eiook-ltrtct, 

Up. GrolVenor-fireet, 
Bruton-fh eet, 

Gt.Poi tfand-llrect, 
Poultry, 

Adelpti, 

Charles u.Bcrkly-fq. 

Queen Vftr. Weflm. 
St« JamesVfquare, 

Berkeky-fquare, 
Privy Gardens, 

Soho-fquare, 



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S. Sioneham, Hants. 
Cuffnells, Do. 

Ramfay, Huntingdonjb 
Pepper Han ow,oWry, 

Peter- field, Cumberhl. 
Twickenham, Midi, 

BeckenhnmPlace, Kt. 
Bromk), Do. 

FrcemantJe. 



Berkeley fquare, 



78f//a*.W.Seyn: Conway ,[ChellerlielJ«ftrcet, 



Teddcfiey. 

Semersfoidj/^'f/i/r/-^, 

BurV, Lane after. 

Gibfons Farm, Padd. 
Bill Hill Berks. 

Cotton. 
Shugborough. 

Henham Hall. 
Eartoa, Suffolk. 

D'Oyley, Hants. 
Sotteriy. 

Ragley, JVarwicJiJb. 

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MEMBER S. 

Aldborough. 

379 Ltfd Grey, 

380 lion. Thomas Grenvil'le, 

Sudbury. 

381 T. C. Crefpigny fefq; 
3 8i J. C. Hippehey, Eiq; 

Eye. 

SB3^d.BurtonPhi!lipfon,Efq 

384 //. Wm. Cornwallis, 
St. EdmcndV Bury. 

385 Sir Char lei, Pavers, Bt. 

386 Hon. Lord Cha- Fitzrov, 
SURRY, 14. 

387 R. H UWm. RuiTell, 

388 W. C. Finch, 

Gatton. 

389 John Nefoit, Efq; 

390 Wm. Currie, Efcj; 

}] aflemere. 

391 /?. W G. Hamilton, 
39Z J. C. Satherwaite, Eiq; 

Blechingly. 

393 £/> Robe:t Clayton, Bt. 

394 Philip Frances, Eiq; 

Rye gate. 

395 J- Som. Cock?, Efq; 

396 J of. S Yorke, Efq; 

Guildford. 

397 Tho. Onflow, 

398 George Sumner, Efq; 

Southivark. 

399 Hen. Thornton, Efq; 

400 Paul lie Mefurier, Efq; 
SUSSEX, zo. 

401 Rt. Hen. Tho. Pelham, 
40Z Charles Lenox, 

Horjham. 

403 Tim. Shelly, Efq; 

404 Wili'on Braddyll, Efq; 

Br amber. 

405 Sir H. G. Calthorpe,ff/. 

406 Thomas Coxehea ^Efq; 

Neio Shoreham. 

407 6Vr Harry Goring, Bt. 
40b John Aldridge, Efq; 



Te<wn Refidence. 

Princes-ft.Hanover-fq 
St. JamesVfireet, 

D( clors Commons, 
Groivenor-lheet, 

New-ftr. Spring Gard. 



Hanover-fquare, 
Ciarges-llreet, 

Dover fl.Picaddilly, 



Gra'ton-ftreet, 
Somerfct-lt.Pwrt.-fq. 

Lower-Bnok-ft. 



St. James's- fqu are, 
Hert ford- fire et, 

Dover-ftreet, 
GeorgeVft. Weftm, 

K's armsYd.Colem.ft. 
Walbrook, 

Stretton-frreet, 
Privy-garden, 

Spring Gardens, 
Saville Row, 

Bruton-ftreet, 
Sackville-ftreet, 



Country Rtfidence. 



Hintlcfliam-Hall. 

Hintltfham-H-il!, iff. 
ClifFbnhill, Brtfioi. 



Rufh rook. 



Sti eatham. 



Bcdwin, Kent. 
Eail Horflcy. 

Hampton-Court, /If/^/, 



Marden. 
Eait Sheen. 

Caftled : tch, Herti. 
Sy d n ey F zim y $jutl:am 

Weft-Clanddn, 



Clapham. 



Stanmer, 
Weil-Stoke. 

Wareham. 

Conifhcd Priory, Lane. 
Ampton, Suffolk. 



Highden. 

New Lod^ 



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M E MBER S. 

Mulhurft. 

409 ^Hon. P.C. Wyndham; 

410 Hon C W. Wyndharo, 
Eajl Grin f lead. 

41 1 Naih Dance, Efq; 

412 William Niflbet, Efq; 
Steyning. 

413 J. Mai tin Lloyd, Efq-, 

414 John Curtis, Eiq; 
A run dell. 

415 SirG. Thomas, Bt. 

416 Henry Howaid Efq; 
Lenves. 

417 Hon. Henry Pelham, 
41b Thomas Kemp, Efq-, 

CI: ichefter. 
41 9*4 Rt. Hon. Tho. Steele, 
42oGeo.WhiteThomas, Efq 

WARWICKSHIRE, 6. 
421 Sir Rob. Law ley, Bt. 
4%z SirG. \.W S mckburgh, 

PV arivuk. 
423 R'. Hsu Lord Ardtn, 
I 424 Henry Gage, Efq-, 

Coventry. 
I 425 R'. Hon Lord Eaidley, 
426 John Wiimof, Eftfc 

WESTMORLAND, 4. 
I 427 oVVJic. Lc Fleming,/?/. 
4-8 James Lowiher, Efq; 
Appleby. 
I429 H n. John Raw don, 
[430 Hon. \Vm Grimlton, 

WILTSHIRE, 34. 
I43 1 Ambrofe Godc'ard, £fq$ 
I432 Sir]. Tylney Long, Bt. 
New Sarum. 

433 William Huiley, Efq; 

43 4 Hon. W. H Kouverie, 
Devizes. 

J&MR H.H Addingtoa, $/>. 
L36 jofhua Smith, Efq^ 

Marlborough, 
J.378JR H. E. or Courtown, 
1,3b Hm. T. Bruce, 
Chippenham. 

139 J .mcs Dawkins, Efq; 

140 George Fludyer, Efq; 



Town Re fid en ce, 

Gfcfvenor-ftjuare, 
Grofvenor-place, 



Portman-fquare, 
Parliament-ft reet, 



Sfraitonftreet, 
Weibeck-ftreet, 

Charles-ftr. Berk.fq 
King-ilr St. James's, 

H llis-ftreet, Cav. fq 
Park-ltreet, Weltm. 



Admiralty, 



Arlington -ft. Piccadi! 
Bedford Row, 

Hertford-ftreet, 
Gravel Puts 



5 iville-'ow, 
Grofvcnoi -place, 

Buckingham-flrcet, 
Dover-ltreet, 

Strafford Place 
Gieat George Vft. 

Hill ft. Berkeley-fq. 



Harley-ftrcet, 
Downing facet) 



Com try -Reft denct. 

Cranbuiy, Hants, 
Lancein. 



Dale Park, 
Thorabury, Ghuc. 



Hampnett, 



Canwell, Stafird/b. 
Schuckbuigh. 

NorkHoufe, Surry. 
Wellbury, Southamp. 

BelvedereHoufe,^;//. 
Wandlworth, Surry, 

Rydal. 

Atkton, Cumberland. 



Oxhey Hirts, 

Swindon. 
Draycot. 

Salifljury. 

Southill Patk, Berks. 

Mortimer, Berks, 
Stoke -Park. 

Beate Kail, Chef ire. 



Upper Norton, Oxford. 
ThiftktMn, Rut land. 

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MEMBERS. 

Calne . 
441 Jofeph Jekyll, Efq; 
441 John Morris, Efq-, 
Malm /bury . 

445 Paul Ber.fieki, Efq; 
444 Benj. B Hopkins, Efq; 

Cricklade . 
44<-;JohnWal.Heneage, Efq; 

446 Thoma Ealtcourt, Efq; 

Hinclcn. 

447 Wm. Beckford, Efqv 

448 James Adams, Efq; 

Old Sarum. 

449 George Hardinge, Efq; 

450 John Sullivan, Efq; 

Heytejbury. 

451 IT Rt. H. L Auckland, 
45 a R. H. Ld. Barry more, 

Wejlbury. 
453 Samuel Ellwick, Efq; 
454Ewan Law, Efq; 
Wotton-BaJJet. 

455 Rt. Han. ViJ. Downe, 

456 John T. Stanley, Efq; 

Ludgerjhall. 

457 Hon. W. A. Harboard, 

458 Samuel Smith, Efq, 

Wilton. 

459 IftR H. Lord Herbert. 

460 R. H Vtf. Fitzwilliam, 

Dcwnton. 

461 Hon. Bart. Bouveric^ 
461 Sir William Scott, Kt. 

Great Bedwin. 

463 Rt Hen Lord Down, 

464 R. H Vtf. Stopord, 
WORCESTERSHIRE, 9. 

465 Hon. Edward Foley, 

466 William Lygon, Efq; 

Evefiam. 

467 Sir John Rufhout, Bt. 

468 Thos. Thorn pton, Efq; 

Droitioich. 

469 Hun. Andrew Foley, 

470 Edw. Winnington, Eiq; 

Beivdley. 

471 Hon.G. F. Lyttleton, 

Wcrcejhr. 
471 Edmund Wigley, Efq". 
473 Edmund Lechmerejur. 



7'oivn Refidence. 
King's Bench-walk,* 



Cork flreet, 

G rofvei n or-fqu are, 

Wimpole-ftreet, 
Duv.er-flreet, 



Bedford-fquare, 
Arlington-ftreet, 

Abroad L 



Berkly-ftMan.-fq. 
Grofvenor Itreet, 

Charles-ft.Berkley-fq 
Grofvenor-place, 

Albemarle-ftreet, 



Hill flreet, 
Cork-ftreet, 



Do£tars Commons, 
Charles -ft. Berk ley -fq- 



Pall-mall, 
Gt. Georges ft. 

Saville-row, 
Piccadilly, 

Park- flreet, 
NewBond-llreet, 

Charles-ftr.St. James's 

Middle Temple, 
New Inn, 



Country Refidence. 
Box. 

Pains Hill, Surry. 

Lyneham . 
Eft court Glofl. 

Fonthill, Wilts. 
Twickenham, Mid J, 
Beckenham, Kent. 

Cowich Hall, Ttrkjb. 



WiJton-houfe, Wilts. 
Richmond Sui ry. 



Stoke, Herts. 
Madresfield. 

[Middhfei 
Harrow on the Hill, 
BentleyHeath^arw, 

Newport, Herts. 
Stanford. 



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M E MUER S. 

For Vcr£fi.[Set Ebor.\>. 19.] 
BARONS of the CINQUE 
PORTS, 16". 
Raftings, Co. SujJ'ex. 
474 John Stanley, Efq; 
47 5 % H.Su R P. A rden,^/ . 
Sandwich^ Co- Kent. 

476 Philip Stephens, fcfq; 

477 &> H. Mann, 
Dover, Co. AT; «/. 

473 John IYevanioii, Efq*, 
4; 9 C. S. Pybus, EL;: 
New Rcmney, Co. Kent. 

480 R. Jo!'. Sulii \ an, Efq; 

481 Sir Elijah lmpey, Knt. 
Hjtkc, Co. Kent. 

48Z &rCh.Far.RadclifFe,ff/. 

483 William Evelyn, Efq; 
Rye, Co. SujJ'ex. 

484 Charles Long, Efq; 

485 tf™. R. B. Jenkinfon, 
IVinchelj'ea, Co. Suflex. 

486 /.jrJ Bernard, 

487 Richard Barweif, Efq; 
Seafcrd, Co. Suffex. 

488 )ohn Satpent, Efq; 

489 k. P. Joddiell, Efq; 
W A L E S, 

A N G L E S E Y, 

490 Hon. Wm. Pagvt, 
Beaumaris . 

491 oV Hugh Williams, Bt. 
BRECON. 

\gi Sir Charles Gould, Kt. 
Brecknock. 

193 Charles Gould, Efq; 
C A R D I G A N. 

194 R.H Earl of Eilnurne, 
Cardigan. 

^95 John Campbell, Efq; 

A E R M A R T H E N. 
^6 G. T. Rice, 

Caermarthen. 
197 JohnCeo Philip*, Efq: 
t A E R N ARVO N. 
[98 Robert Williams, Efq 

Caernarvon 7 own. 
99 R 11. Lord Paget, 

179:. 



Town Rejidence. 



0^ Anne-frr. Car. fq. 

Chancery-lane, 

Admiralty, 



St. JamesVlrcet, 
Eincoln's-Liir, 

Spring Garden-, 
Wimpole-Itreet, 

Rruton-fli eet, 
HiH-ftrcet, 

Hill-ftrect, Berk!y-iq. 



Bolton-ftreet, 

St. Jamcs's-:^u.ire, 



Stanhope-flreet, 

H or fe-G a r d s Wb ileh. 

Horfc Guard?, 

Harley-ftreet, 

Oerkeley-fquare, 

AJclphl, 

BurKagtan Gird. 



PJumftea !> Kent, 
Tor cor ley, Chejh, 

Fulfaam , M idJle /'ex, 
B:nton, Kent. 

Wind for. 



rhamesJ>itton,5tfrry] 



Kippington. 
St. Clair. 

Print >n-hall, Suffolk. 
Adefcomb Place, Sur. 

R,aby Czdle, Dur/:am m 
Sranftcd. 



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avineton. 



Woo! 
Lewka-r, Oxford, 

Nant, Caermarthen/b. 
Ealing, Middlefex* 
Do. 

Wlzmktu\jDe t offi/bire\ 
Glanfraed, 
Dynavo Cjftle. 
Cumgwilly. 



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MEMBERS, 
DENBIGH. 
500 R. Watkin Wynne, Efq-, 

Denbigh. 
$01 Richard Myddleton,Efq.\ 

FLINT, 
goa S/VRosrer Moft.yn y Bart. 
"Flint. 

503 Watkin Williams, Efq; 
GLAMORGAN. 

504 Thos. Wyndham, Efq*, 

Cardiffe. 

505 Hm, |. Stuart, 
MERIONETH. 

e 06 Ev. LioydVaugfran, Efq; 
J MONTGO M ERY, 
g©7 Wm. Owen, Efq; 

Montgomery Town. 
g «8 Whittled Keene, Efq; 

PEMBROKE. 
£09 ^ Mitford, 

Haverford- Weft . 
$10 R. B.Lord Remington, 

Pembroke Town. 
s i 1 Hugh Barlow, Efq; 

R A D N O R. 
5? 2, Tho. Johnes, Efq; 

Radnor Town. 
£13 David Murray, Efq-, 
■-]S COTLA N D, 45. 
COUNTIES, 
ABERDEEN. 
$,14, jam?s Fergufon, Efq-, 

AIR. 
515 Sir A. Fergufon, Bt. 

ARGYLL. 
$16 ^i/.L</.Fr. Campbell, 

B A M F F. 
ig 1 7 «?;> James Grant, 5/. 

B E R W I C K. 
518 Patrick Home, Efq; 
BUTE and CAITHNESS. 
ijiqS/VJ. Sinclair, Bt. 
CLACKMANNON. 

520 George Graham, Efq; 
DUMBARTON. 

521 Sir Arch. Edmonflone, 
DUMFRIES, 

522 Sir Rob. Laurie, Bt. 
EDINBURGH. 

523 Robert Dundas, Bfqs 



Town Refidence. 
St. JamesVfquare, 
Chelterfield-llreet, 
Bruton-ftreet, 
Old Bond-ftreet, 
Lower Grofvernor-ft. 
Hill-ftreet, Berkly-fq. 
Glouc. Court, Ja. dr. 

Sackville-ftreet, 
james-ftreet, Weflm, 
New Burlington-ftr. 
StafTord-ftreet, 
PrinceVftr. Weftm. 



Bury-ft. St. James's, 
Soho Square, 
Arlington-iheet, 
St. JamesVplace, 
Go wer-ftr Bedford- fq. 
Whitehall, 
Sackville-ftreet, 
Argyle-ftrect, 
Marlborough-ftreet, 
Half Moon-flrccU 



Country Refidence;? 
Plefnewydd. 
Chirke-Caftle, 
Moftyo. 
Penbedw. 
Dunraven-Caftle> 

Corfygedol. 
Bryngwyn. 
Richmond, Surry, 
Piaon Cattle. 
Johnfton. 
Lawrenny Hall. 
Croft C*t\\e,HercferM 



Ardincaple,Z>«w^r^ 



HamptonGrove^/</.i 
Maxweltown. 

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Town R eft J £ nee. 
St. James's- place, 



Harley-ftreet, 
Half Moon-flreet, 
Norton-ft. Poi tl-pl. 
Fludyer-ft. eet, 
Jermyn-itreet, 
Portman-fquare, 
Cork-flreet, 
John-ft. Bedford fq. 

Claries-It St.Tamea's 



MEMBERS. 
ELGIN or MURRAY. 
524 L. A. Gr,ant, Jun. Efq; 

F I F E. 
5Z5 Wm. Wemyf.s, Efq; 

F O R F A R. 
$26 David Scott, Efq; 
HADDINGTON. 

527 John Hamilton, Efq; 
INVERNESS. 

528 Norman Macleod, Efq; 
K 1 N C A R D I N. 

529 Robi. Barclay, E fq; 
KIRKCUDBRIGHT ltewarty 
£30 Alex. Siewart, Efq; 

L A N E R K. 
§31 &V1. Stew. Den ham. Bi. 

L I N LI T HGO W. 
< 32 //:«. John Hope, 
NAIRN and CROM ARTIE. 

533 Duncan ! aviion, 
ORKNEY and Zetland. 

534 J°^ n Balfour, Ef(p 

P E E B L E S. 

535 Wm. Montgomery, Efq; 

P E R T H. 
§36 Hon. James Murray, 

R EN F R E W. 
537 J ^ Shaw Stuart, Efq; ■ Jermyn-fheet, 

R OSS. 
§38 Wm. Adams, Efq; 
R X B U R G H. 

530 $/r Ge »rge Douglas^ 

S E L k I R K.. 
540 Mark Pringle, Efq-, 
S T I RLI N G. 
<4 1 S/j Thomas pundas, Br. 

6 U T HE A L A N I?. 
< 4 i James Granl| Eiq; 
W 1 G T O U N. 

543 An:].M v Powall, Efq; 
iu)V A L B UH..GH s. 

Edinburgh Ctiy. 

544 5; K/ ; fir«. H. Oufldas, 

54; 5/V ( ha rlcs Rois, 7i/. 

Inverness, Fortrtfe, &cc. 
5 }6 67r Hcclor Mlinro, AT.J5. 
Kin tor t s hAgtn* 6c c. 

54; Alex. B iodic, Efq* 



(39) 

Country Rejiihttte. 



Jry. 



, Strcwao. 



EincolnVinn-'ic !d 

i 

Beikley-ftr. Man.- 



14. 



Conduit- (beet, 
Arlii:^ ton-llreet, 
Sai kviHe-jl re et, 
Condu't-ftieet, 

S:>mei !et-Iioufe, 

St. Martia's-Iane, 
place, 



i St. James 
F % 



Up'eatham,^/ kjbire* 



Wimbkton, Surry. 



MEM- 



The Houfc of Commons. 



MEMBERS. 
Aberbrcthock, Brechin, &t. , 

548 Al K . C liepdar, F.1'0; 
Coupar y St. Andre^s^ &c. 

549 George Murray, Ficp, 
Craill, Anftrvihtry &c 

550 S/r John Anftruther r 
Dyjari, Kingborky 

? Hon. C Hope, 
Culrofs, Dumfarmling, &c. 
552 Hon. A. Cochrane, 

OJaJghiv, Rutherglen, & c. 
5^3 W m MaedoweH, Eiq; 
North Berwick,Dunbar,&c. 

554 Hen. T. Maiiiand, 

- Linlithgow, Peebles, cjjjV. 

555 Wm Grieve, 
Lockmahcn, Annan, ©V. 

^6 P. Miller, Jim. Efq; 
Afrw GalU*may^fVigton r &€ 

557 isr« /bit Balfour, Elq; 
Inverary, Rothcjay, &c. 

558 C. Stuart, 



Tcwrt RefiJens^e. 

Charles-it. James 1 s-fq. 



Wimpoie-ftreet, 



King-fL St. James's, 
Charges- flreet, 
Piccadilly, 

Madocks-ftreet, 
Stratton-ftreet, 



Country Rrfi dines, 
Crichton. 
Pirkauhlv. 



Order of_ Precedency . 



Anchbifhop of Canter- Barons. 
, bury. 

Lord Chancellor. 
Archbifhop of York. 
Lord Treafurer. 
Lord Ftaftd nt. 
Lord Privy Seal. 
Pukes. 
M a :q utiles. 
Dukes elder! Sons. 
Earls: 

Ma- quizes eldefi Sons. 
Dukes younger Suns. 
Vrfcounts. 
Earls elded Sons. 



Speaker of the Houfe of 

Commons. 
Vifcoqats elded Sons. 
E rh younger Sons. 
B irons el left Sons. 
Knghts o : the Garter, 

being Commoners. 
Privy Counsellor-, being 

Comm n,:rs. 
Chanciior of the Ex- 
chequer. 
Chic: J iil ice of ihe 

King's Bench. 
Mailer of the Rolls. 



Mircjuiifcv younger Sons. Chief Ju/tice of the 
knfooj>s. Common Picas, 



Chief Baron of Lhe Ex- 
chequer. 

?uftt£0s and Barons of 
the laid Court-. 

Viicounts younger Sons* 

Baron.- younger Sons. 

Baronets. 

Knirhts of the Bath. 
Field and Flag OHker?. 
Knights Batchciors. 
Mailers in Chancery* 
Dcito' s Graduate. 
Serjeants at Law. 
Flo u; res. 
Gentlemen. 
Citizens. 
Yeomen. 



Am 



I 4i I 

An Alphabetical LIST of the Houfe of Commons, directing the Reader to 
fnd the Refidence of any Member, and the Place he rcprejents ;. as i 
Off ry Earl, by turning to tl; at Number in the aforejaid Lift , jbeivs that 
John, Earl of OfTory, is Member for Bedfordfhire, and lives in Groi- 
venor-'quare, London, and -at Ampthill-Park. 



448 Adams, James 
5 38 Adam, William 

•2.8 Adeane, James W. 
455 Addtngtoh, R.H. H. 
408 Aldiidge, John 
359 Anay.aU, James 

7 Annt lley, Franc's 
298 Annefley, Arthur 
370 Anion, Thomas 
5^0 Anftruther, Sir Jn. 
£6 Anlli uther, John 
2.3 Antonie, Wm. Lec 
1 84 Apfley, Losd 
423 Arden, Lord 
475 Arden,SirRrchardP. 
in A(hley,Hon.Cropley 
2.26 Aubrey, S r John 
452 Auckland, Lord 
B 

5 34 Pal four, J »hn 
557 Balfour, Nt-fbit 
197 Baker, William 
1 1% Bankes, Henry 
5*9 Barclay, Robert 
34^ Ban ipgton, John 
94 Baring, John 
5 1 1 Barlow, Hugh 
37 ^ Barne, Miks 
4qi Barry more, Lord 
4S7 Barwell, Richard 
62 Balfct, Sir Francis 
loo Ballard, Edmund 
93 Ballard, John i\ 
329 Uayham, V ifcount 
377 Beauchamp, Vifc. 
8.6 1 Beau toy, hem y 
1 09 Beaum *nt, Sir G. 
52 Be. rcioit, I'd ward 
47 Beck iord, William 
93 Bcckfoi d, Richard 
37 Belgrave, Lord 
143 1 enti v : ( , Paul 



iHo Berkeley,Hon.G.C. 

208 Befr, George 

2 1 7 Blackburn, John 
295 B an jr'oni, Marquis 
213 Bloxam, Mattrcw 

209 Bickerton, Sir Rich. 
200 B.ngham, Hon. R. 
274 Bouverie, Hon. Ed. 
434 Bouve: ie,Hon. W.H 
461 Bouverie, Hon. Bar. 
i 54 Bond, John 

265 Boone, Charles 
46 BoiVawen, W. A.S. 
85 BradHyl, Wil.cn 
404 Bradyl, VVilk n 
2r6 Bragge, Charles 

1 7 i Bramfron, Tho. B. 
1^3 Brandling, Charles 
313 Bridgman, Sir Hen. 
547 Brodie, Alexander 

2 9 B, ooke> 1 honi .s 

I 1 Browne, Fran. John 

3 1 1 Browne,! i" Ha * feina 
438 Bruce, Hon. Tho. 

c 5 Buller, J imes 
173 Bullojt, John 
37 1 Bun'uir , Sir 1' C 

1 3 8 Bur don, land 
1 7 i Burford, Earl 
221 Burgoyne, U. H J i. 
1 54 Burke, R .H.Ed'rn n. 
3-17 Burrard, Sir Hj.ry 
240 Barrett, Sir Peter 
264 Buich, Jbf. Randal 
2,98 Burton, Francis 
263 Buxton, Rob Jn. 
-47 Byng, George 
C 

$48 Callander, Alex. 

80 Cali, John 
198 Calvert, John 
10 i Calvert, jun. John 
40; Calthoipe, SirH.C 



b6 Bentinck, LordE.C. j 5 1 6 Campbe;!, Ld.Ffed 



2 Benvon, Richard 
ao B .1 nard, Scione 
&> CvH.ardj LorJ 



495 Campbell J<hn 
44 Carewc, Reg Pole 
110 Carhimpio,;, E*J 



285 Carpenter Hon. Cha. 

357 Ca:or, J^hn 

231 Cave, Sir The mas 

88 Cavendifh, Lci.Gen. 

90 Cavendifh,R.H.G.H 
244 Cawih rne, ) Ferw. 
145 Chi.'weli, R. M. T. 

24 Church, J. Barker 
336 Chute, Wiil-am 
393 Clayton, Sir Robert 

1 1 4 Cleveland, J Kri 
41 Clin'on, Sii Henry 

309 Clrve, i "! d 
315 Cii e, William 
551 Cochrane, fl< n. A. 
395 Coek.% Hon j. S. 
182 Codrington Sir Wm. 

9 1 C< ke, Edw Td 
icfc Coke, T ho Wm. 
293 Coke, Dan. Fari.tr 
3 Colhoun, Wilram 
173 Compto:. Lord 
37> Conway,Hon. W.S. 

; 5 Conway, Hon U.S. 
1 89 CorheWfc] , Si ( 169, 
3^4 Cornwallis,H- W. 

3- Cotton, Sir R H. 

12 4 Co tea, John 

Courtney, R H.John 
437 Courtown, Karl 
4^6 Coxehead, Ti onus 
l 1 Craw ford * Jibbs 
381 Crefpigny, 1 . C. 

3 4. Crewe, John 

^73 Crickkt, C. Alex. 
291 Crolb : e, W Bum. 

6 1 Cruichley, Jerom 
390 Curric, Wil'am 
250 Curti?, William 
2^7 Curzon, P. Afhelon 
238 Cult, Fra. Cock. 

84 Cm v. en, J^-hn C. 

4 4 Curtis, J »na 

L> 

17 i Darner, Hon. I, ion. 
411 L'ar.ce, Nathaniel 
150 DueA 



(42) An Alphabetical LIST of the Houfe*/ Commons. 



150 Datell, Lionel 
300 Daihwood,Si H.W 
385 Davers, Sir Charl. 
533 Tavidf ri, Duncan 
439 Daw kins, James 

58 De la Pole,SirJ.W 
53 ! Denham, Sir J. S. 
219 Dent, John 
115 Devaynes, William 
170 Dickens, Francis 
1 99 Diinfdale, Nath. 
296 Dolben. Sir Wm. 
37 4 D t Oyley, Sir J. H. 
539 Douglas, Sir Geo. 
45 5 Downe, Vifcount 
463 Down':, Lo r d 
26 Drake, fen. William 
2.7 Drake, jun William 
266 Drummondjun. H 
161 Dundas, Lawrence 
523 Dundas, Robert 
541 Dunda?, Sir Th 
544 Dttndas, R H. H. 
130 Duncombt,jun.Cha. 
141 Dun^ombe, Henry 
1 52 Duncannon, Virc. 
98 Duntze, Sir John 
E 

42$ Eardley, Lord 
303 EdwarcU, Ger. Noel 
5^: Edmonfton, Sir A 
175 Egerton, jn« Wm. 
73 Elliott, lion. Ed. j. 
43 Elliot, Hon. John 
50 EUiot, Sir Gilbert 
41 Elliot, Hon. Wm. 
356 Ellis Rt- Ho '>- W. 
200 Eifcine, Sir J St C 
340 Erikine,Hon. Tho. 
446 Eftcourt, Tho. 
453 Elhvick, Samuel 

3 1 Euflon, Eai I or* 
4> j Evelyn, William 
F 

1 2 1 Fane, Francis 
in Fane, Hon. Henry 
123 Fane, Hon. ThoniuS 
352 Fellows, William 
514 Fergi*ib»j J unus j 



Fergufon, Sir Arch 
3 ->9 FciheiPionhagh,Sit 1 

3 3 Finch, Hon. E wai 
jHS Finch, Hon. W. C. 

76 Fielding, Lord 
460 FitzwilHam, Vifc 
1 \ f Fitzpauick, Hon.R 
386 Fitzroy, Lord 
427 Fleming, Sir M L< 

82 Fletcher, Sir Henn 
,.>o Fludyer, George 
465 Foley, Hon. Edw. 
469 Foley, H^n And. 
,60 Folkes, Sir M. B. 
3 1 4 Foi efier, Cecil 
394 Francis, Philip 
241 Fydel, Thomas 
G 

424 Gage, He ni y, 
338 Gamon, Richard 
too Gardner. Alan 
53 Garlies, Vifcount 
87 Garfci th, Jn.Bayn ^ 
2.22 Galeoigne, Bambei 
3c 9 Gilbert, Thomas 
2 1 4 Gipps; George 

63 Glover, Ri. Lard 
431 Goddard, Ambrole 
492 Gould, Sir Charles 
;93 Gould, Charles 
47 Gordon, James 
40 y Goring, Sir Henry 
3c 1 Gower, Karl 
368 Cower, Hon. John 
340 Graham, George 
1 3 1 Grant, William 
•5 1 7 Grai t. Sir J am.es 
5 4~ Giant, James 
5-4 Oi ant, i .ewis A. 
2.3 1 Gi g , Francis 
39 Greger, Franc s 
380 Grenvilie,'H. 1 ho. 
1 4 Gren ii e, Ri. Hon J 
355 Grieve, W. Mian 
430 Gnmlton, Hon. W. 
3^ Grofvenor, Thorn a. 
iy 9 Gn y, Charlci 
3; j Grey, Lord 



H 

348 Halhead, N. B. 
320 Hammett, Sir Benj, 
517 Hamilton, John 
391 Hamilton,R.H.WG 

458 Hai hoard H. W. A. 
4^9 Haidin^. e, George 
\l\ Harcourr, John 
188 Harley, Ri.Hon. T. 

6 Hartley, Wm. Hen. 
[53 Hare, James 
242 Harrifon, John 
75 Hawkins, Chrift. 
2-6 Haynes, Samuel 
^04 Htatluote, John 
335 Heathcote, Sir W. 
445 Heneage, Jos.WaL 

459 Heibeit, Lord 
305 Hill, Sir Richard 
308 Hill, John 

203 Hinchinbroke,ViJc. 
382 Hipp,flty, J. C. 
2 4s Hoi a t, Hon. Robert 
268 H bart, H n. Hen.. 
22o Hoghton,Si: Henry 
5 i 8 Home, Patrjcjc 
206 Hone\wooJ, Filner 
1 1 5 H ny wood Sir J ha 
249 Hood, Lord 

1 7 H-.od, Sir Alex. 
5 32 Hope, Hon. John 
551 Hope, Hon. Charles 
2 1 1 Hopkins, Richard 
444 H- pkins, Benjamin j 

36 Howard, Sir Geo. 
41 4 Howard, Henry 

7 4 How ell, David 

92 Hunter, John 
433 Hufley, Wiijiam j 

60 Inchiqoin, Earl of j 
289 Ingiiby, Sir John 
48 1 Impey, oir Elijah j 
i 7 5 Jacklon, George 
44 1 J^HyH, Jok ph 
4h5 Jenkinfon, Hr R. BJj 

1 9 Jervis, Sir John 
344 J* rvoile, C.Jervoifel 
489 Jod4 



An Alphabetical LIS T of the Houfe 



of Commons. (43) 



489 Joddrell, Rd. Paul 
355 JoMffe, William 
$i% Jo'i'.es, Thomas 
324 Johnfton R cha d 
127 Johntton, S . Jas. 
145 johnttone, R. B. 
K 

^08 Keene., Whitehead 
418 Kemp, Thomas 
510 Kcnfingrn, Lord 
107 Knatchbull, S r Ed 
144 Knight, Jo. Galley 
310 Knight, R. Payne 
306 Kynatton, John 
L 

103 Ladbroke, Robert 
a 1 Lake, Gerard 
141 Lambton,Wm.Hen. 
328 Langfton, John 
157 Lafcelles, Edward 
421 Lawley, Sir Robert 
522 Laurie, Sir Robert 
161 Laurence, Wiiliam 
454 Law, Ewan 
34; Leicefter, Sir J. F. 
473 Lechmere, Edward 
zz8 Legh, Tho. Peter 
400 Le Metturicr, Paul 

38 Lemon, Sir Wm. 
402 Lennox, Charles 
136 Letter, Benjamin 
351 Lethieulier, Benj. 
2.5 z Lewis, Sir Wa kin 
288 Lincoln, Earl of 
494 Lilburne, Eail of 
362 Littleton, Sir Ed. 
413 Lloyd, Jas. Martin 
322 Long, Samuel 
432 Long, Sir James F. 
484 Long, Charles 
72 Lome, Marquis of 
9 Lovedon, Ed. Lov 
1 Lowther, James 
02 Ludlow, Earl t»f 
c; 1 Lufhington, Sir S. 
31 Luitrell, John F. 
46 Lygon, Wm. 
7 1 Lytilcton,Hon.G F,;,, 



M 

367 Macdonald, Sir A. 
543 M'Dowall, And. 

553 M'DAwalJ, Wm. 
528 Macleod, Norman 

54 Ma. pherfon, Jas. 
96 Mackicth, r ; ibert 
3 I Manner; , Robert 
i8f Matters, Tho> as 
1 Matter, Richard 
Z4'» Mainwa'ing, Wm. 

554 Maitland Hon. Tho 
477 Mann, Sir Horace 
1 83 Martin, James 
360 Martin, Henry 
34Z Melburne, Lord 
1 1 1 Metcalf, Philip 
378 Middleton, Sir. W 
353 Middleton, Vifcount 
139 Milbarke, Robert 

69 Mills, Willi am 
556 Miller, Patrick 
169 Milner,Sir W.lliam 
168 Milnes, Richard S. 
67 Minchin, Humph. 
108 Miuord, John 
509 M it ford, Lord 
363 Monckton, Hon. Ed. 
65 Montagu>Matthew 

535 Montgomery Wm. 
254 Morgan, John 

1 1 Morniftgton, Earl 
442 Morris, John 
48 Morfliead, Sir Jn. 
502 Moftyn, Sir Rich. 
323 Muncairer, Lord 

89 Muiidy, Edw.Mtllei 
545 Munro, Sir Hector 
124 Murr.iy, Sir jarnc 

536 Murray, Hon. Jas 
549 Murray, George 
5 1 3 M di ray, D.u id 
$oi Myddleton, Rich. 

N 

389 Nefbitt, J )hn ( 
4 [ 1 Niibet, Wiliiam 

8 Neville,Richard A 
356 North, Lerd 



243 North, Dudley 
356 Norton, Hon G A , 
1 7 Nugent, George 
O 

397 Onflow, Hon. Tho. 
179 Orde,Rt.Hon.Tho. 
6 1 Orchard, Paul 
507 Owen, William M. 
1 Oflory, Eail of 
P 

490 Paget, Hon. Wm. 
499 Paget, Lord 
197 Page, Francis 

97 Paik, Lawrence 
341 Palmerfton, Lord 

5^ Pardoe, John 
332 Parker, Vifcount 
232 Parkyns, Thomas B. 
204 Payne, Jn. Willet 
36?, Peel, Robert 
234 Pelham, Cha. And. 
401 Pelham, Hon. Tho. 
417 Pelham, Hon. Hen. 
148 Pennyman, Sir Jas. 
337 Pemon, Henry 

318 Philips, Edward 

4 7 Phi lips, John Geo. 
383 Phliplon, Rd. Burt. 
16$ Phipps, Henry 
287 Pierrepoint, Cha.M. 

I 56 Pierfe, Henry 

30 Pitt, Rt. Hon. Wm. 

I I 9 Put, Wm. Morten 
187 Pitt, John 

[96 Piumer, William 
^30 Pochin, Wm. 
56 Pole, Hon. W W. 

319 Popham, Alexander 
3 6 Poitman, H. B. 

327 Pouie te, Hon. Vere 
112 Pouic-tte, \V. P. 
69 Powys, Thomas 
68 Praed, William 
^40 Pringle, Mark 
]oj Puteney, William 
179 Pybus, Chai Ls S. 
R 

71 Raftleigh, Phillip 
429 Rawaoa 



(44) Aft Alphabetical LIST of the Houfe of Commons. 



4*9 Rawdon, Hon. Jn. 
496 Rice Hon. 3. T. 
aSi Ridley, Sir M. W 
.147 Rob nihil, Maurice 

I 7 S Robiafon, John 

40 Rodney, Hon. John 
107 Jt §rer%, Sfi F. L 

92 Rolle, Jchi 
255 Rao! e, James 
$$0 Kofe, George 
54; RoiV, Sir Charles 
37 i Robs, Sir John 
467 Rufhout, S r John. 

I I / RuiTel, Loril John 
387 Resell, LorcfWm. 

99 Ryder, Rt. H>n. D. 
S 

4°'8 Saiger.t, John 

3 l)2 Satter hwa tc,Jas C 

253 Sawbridge, Joii n 

1 9 I Scott, Sir John 

358 Sett, John 

402 Scott, Sir Wilham 

52* Scott, Da\id 

I 90 Scudamore, John 

457 Selwyn, Geo. Aug. 

, 83 Senhouie, Humphry 

354 Sheffield, [.otd 

40 3 Shelly, Timothy 
364 Sheridan, Rd.Brins 

41 z vShii'.kburLhSir(x t W 
70 ShuLiham, Lord 

79 Simcoe, John O. 
5 1 9 Sinclaire, Sir John 
349 Sloane, Hans 
45 Smiih, Ge nrge 
5^ Smith, Wili^m 
133 Smith, Richa;d 
2,9 t Smith, Robert 
43H So it i, Samuel 
« 5 8 Sm tb, John 
Z3 3 Smyth, Sa ruel 
1 5 9 Sotheron, William 
13Z Spencer, Lord Rob. 
301 Spencer, Lo d H.J. 
Zo§ Speed, Henry 
z 1 6 Stanley, Themis 
456 S anley, }<<h:\ The. 
474 Stanley, J k a 



4-9 Steel e,*t. Hon. Tho 
476 Stephens, Phil : p 
64 Stephenfon, John 
3 16 St achey, Hen y 
4O4 Stopford, Viicount 
176 Sli utt, Jof H Icen 
2 St John S». And. 

1 02 St Legcr, J- hn 
530 Stewart, Alexander 
^3 1 Stewart, James 

66 Stuart, Hon. James 
^58 Stuait, Hon. Gha. 
505 Stuart, J< hn Shaw 
128 Sturt, Charles 
480 Sullivan, R Jofeph 
4^0 Sullivan, John 

398 Summer, George 
146 Sutton, Sir Richard 
Z39 Sutton, George 
290 Sutton, Jt»hn M. 

iz Sykes, Sir Francis 
T 

223 Tarleton, BaVifler 
137 Taylor M. Angelo 

2 1 z Ta) lor, Clement. 

105 Tenii-'ter, George 
140 Tempeft, John 
41 5 Thomas, Sir G. 
4Z0 Thomas, G. Wh : te 
1 s 1 Thomp/on, Beilby 
46 S Thorn pfon, Thorn. 

14 Titchlicld, Marquis 
1 70 Thornton, Samuel 
174 Thornton, Ricba.d 

399 Thornton, Henry 
Z35 Thorold, Sir John 
>9q Thyne, Lord Geo. 
262 Townih.R. H. Cha. 
354 Townlh. Hon. J.T. 
3 1 7 Trevelyan, Sir Jn. 
478 Trevanion, John 
32^ Tudway, Clement 

1 06 Turner Sir G. Page 
164 Tyrconnel, Earl 

V 

70 Valleturt Lord 
376 Vanncck, Joshua 

^ Vauflttait, (George 
i84Vaughari| Hon. Jn. 



;o6 Vaoghao, Evan L; 
101 Villitr.,Rt.H. J.C. 
167 Vyner, Robert 
W 

60 Wallace, 1 honias 
Z59 Walpole, Hon. H. 
[91 Walwyn, James 
-18 Warren, Sir George 
1 29 Wat Ton, James 
2-; 1 Wat ion, Brook 
186 Webb, John 

155 Wcddell, William 
525 Wemyfs, William 
Z94 Wenman, Viicount 
177 Weftern Charles C. 
330 We) mouth, V,L 

1 49 Watlon, John 

3 1 1 Whitemore, Tho. 

3 Whitebread, Sam. 
47Z Wigley, Edmund 
145 WilbcrForce, Wm. 

49 Wilbraham, Roger 
498 William?, Robert 
491 Wi liams, Sir Hugh 

zz Williams, Thomas 

503 Williams, Watkin 
426 Wilmot, John 
470 Winnington, Edw. 

103 Win ), Geo. Alan 
57 Wood, Robert 

156 Worcefter, Mirq. 
346 Woiiley, Sir Robert 

13 Wraxall,Nath.Wm; 

504 Wyndham, Thomaii 1 

409 Wv ndham H. P. C. . 

410 Wyndham, Hon. C. j. 
167 Windham, R H W. , 

18 Wycombe, Earl of { 
500 Wynne, Rd. Watk«j. 
Y 

\ 1 3 Yarde, Fr. Baring j 

104 Yonge, S r Geoigee 
78 Young, SirWilliarri 1 

396 Y01 ke, Jof. S. 
2 9 Yoj ke, Charles 



THE 



HOUSE of COMMONS. 

Confiding of Five Hundred and Fifty - eight Members. 

dn Alphabetical LIST of the Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Cinque 
Ports, and the Members returned for each, 'with the Places they poJJ'?fs y 
and Family Connexions. The Figures after the Place have Refer en cj to 
the Lift of Members as they are called over in the House, jhewing 
their Town and Country Refidence* 



A. 



I 



ABerdeenshire, 514. James 
Ferguibn of Pittfour, Efq; 
Abeibrotheck, &c. 548. Alexander 

Callandar of Crichton, Efq; 
Abingdon, 9- Edw.Lov.Lovedon,Efq; Bamffshire, 517 
Agmondefham, 26. William Drake,' of Grant, Efq; 

LED. — Wm. Drake, LED. his 1'on. Banbury, 302. Hon. Geo. Aug. 
Airfhire, g 1 5. Sir Adam Fergufon ofj (Noth) Lord North, ele'eft fon 

Kilkerran, Bt. j of the E. of Guilford. 

Aldborough, Suffolk, 379. Hon. C. 'Barnflaple, 114. John Cleveland, 



Under Secretary of State for the 
Home Department. — GerardLake, 
a Maj. Gen and Maj. of Firft Foot 
Guards. 

B. 

Sir Jhs. Grant 



H. Gray (Lord Gray; fon to the 
Earl of Stamford. Hon. Thoma 
Grenville, brother to the Maiq. of 
Buckingham. 
Aldborough, Yorkfh. 144. John Gal 



ley Knight, Efq;— R. M. Trench Bath, 329. Hon. John Jeff. (Pratt,) 



Chil'well, Efq; 

Andovcr, 351. Benjamin Lethieulier, 
Wm- Fellows, Efq; Brother-in-law 
to the Earl of Portfmouih. 

Anglefeyj 490. Hon. Wm. Paget, 
fecond Son of the Earl ot Uxlribge, 
a Captain in the Navy. 

Appleby, 429. Hon. John Rr.w^on, 
brother to Ld. Rawdon. H. Wm 
Giimfton brother to Ld. Grimfton. 

Argylefhire, 5 16. Rt Hon. Lord Fred. 
Campbell, Brother to the Duke of 
Argyll, a Lord of Trade and Plan- 
tations, and Com. for Eaft India 
Affairs in h'nglanri, and Lord Re- 
gifter of Scotland, a joint Vice- 
Treafurerof Ireland, P. C. 

Arundeil, 415. Sir Geo. Thomas,Bt. 
Henry Howard, Efq; 

Afhlmrton, 96. Robert Mackreth, 
Efq; — Lawrence Palk, Efq: 

Aylctbury, 20. Scrope Bernard, Efq; 
1792 



Accomptant of the Sixpenny Re- 
ceiptOffice? and one of the Direct, 
of Greenwich Hcfpital. — William 
Devaynes, Efq; a Chairman of the 
Eaft India Comp. 



Vile. Bayham, Son of Earl Cam- 
den, one of the Tellers of the 
Exchequer, and a Lord of the 
Trtafury. — Rt. Hon. Thomas 
(Thyr.ne) Vifc. Wcymouih, and 
Son of the M. of Bath. 
Beaumaris, 491. Sir Hugh Williams, 

Bt. a Li. Col. in the Army. 
Bedford Co. 1. John (Fitzpatrick) E. 
of Upper Olloi y ( Ire! ) Nephev to 
M. of Stafford, Ld. Lt. and Cuft. 
Rot. of the Co. and Keeper of 
Rockingham Forelf. . Hon. St. 
Andrew St. John. 
Bedford Town, 3. Wm. Colhoun, 

Efq; Sam Whitebread, jun.Kfq; 
Bid win Great, 463. Right Hon. 
John (Stewart] Lo:d Down, eldett 
San of the Fail c f Moray. Rt. 
Hon. James Geo. (Stopiord) Vi c. 
Stop ford, Ireland 
Beeralfton, 108. John Mitford, Efq; 

K i n^'s 

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King's Counfellor, one of theTuf- 
tices of Cardigan, Pembroke, C:u-- 
nmrthcn. — Sir Geo. Beaumon!-, Rl. 

Berks, George Vanfittart, Efq; — 
Wm. H. Hartly, Efq; 

BerwiekOVire, $ 18. Pat. Home, Efq; 

Berwick (North) $<4. Hon. T. Mait- 
laud, Biother to the Earl of Lau 
derda'e, and a Major in the 6"zd 
Regt. of Foot. 

Berwick upon Tweed, 284. Hon. 
John Vauchan, Brother to Lord 
T.i(burne, a Lieut. Gen. Gov. of 
Berwick., and Col. of the 46th 
Foot. — Hon. C. Carpenter, Brother 
to E. Tyrronnel. 

Beverly, 148. Sir James Pennyman, 
Bt. — John Wharton, Efq; 

Bewdley, 47 r. Hon. G. F. Lyttle- 
ton, Son of Ld. Welkote. 

Bifliop's Cafile, 315. Wm. Clive, 
Efq; — Henry Stra< rey, Efq; 

Blechin^ly, 393. Sir Robt. Clay- 
ton, Bt. a Prefid. of the Midd. 
Hofpital. — Philip Frances, Efq; 

Bodmyn, 49. Sir Jo'vn Morfliead, Bt. 
— Roeer Wilbraham, Efq; 

Boroughbridge, 1 46". Sir Richard Sut- 
ton, Bt — Mau'ice RoHinfrn, Efq; 

Boflinney, 66. Hon. J Stewart, fc- 
cond Son of the Earl of Bute, and 
a Lieut. Col. in the Army. — Hum 
Minchin, Efq; 

Boflon, 240. Sir P. Burrell, Knt 
Thomas Fy dell, Efq; 

Brackiey, 27c;. John Wm. Egerton, 
a Lieu'. Col. in the Army. 
Samuel Haynes, Efq; 

Bramber, 405. Sir Henry Gou^h 
Calthorpe, Bt. — Thomas Coxe- 
head, Efq: 

Brecon, 493. Sir Charles Gould, 
Ki.t. Judge Advocate Gen. to the 
Army, Chancellor of the Diocelt 
o\ baium, L.L.D. 

Bt rcknock, 493. Charles Gould, Efq:' 
Sun of S.r C. Gould, and a Lt. 
Col. in the Army. 

Br id-ewater, 317. Hon. Vere Pou- 
ifelt, Brothw 10 the Earl, a Major 



in the Army. — John t.angfton , 
lvq ; 

Bridgenorth, 311. Tho. Whitmore. 
Efq; — lfaac Hawkins Browne, Efq; 
LL.D. F.R.S. 

Bridport, 12S. Charles Sturt, Efq; — 
James . Watfon, a Serjeant at Law 
and Recorder ofthe Borough. 

Briftol, 333. Rt. Hon. H. C. [Somcr- 
fet] M. ofWo.cefter, Son of the 
D. of Beaufort. — Rt. Hon. John 
[Baker Holroyd] Ld Sheffield,/™/. 

Bucks, 14. Rt. Hon. Wm. Caven- 
di<h [Bentinck] Marq. of Tiieh- 
field, eldeft fon of the Duke o f 
Portland. Rt. Hon. James Gren- 
ville, coufin to the M. of Bucking- 
ham and Lord Grenvillc, P. C. 

Buckingham, 16. Geo. Nugent, Efq; 
a Lieut. Colonel in the Army. 
Sir Alex. Hood, Brother to Lord 
Hood, a Vice Admiral of (he 
White, a Diteclor and Treafurer 
of Greenwich Hofpital, K. B. 
C. 

Caithness and Butefliire, ^19.. 
Sir John Sinclair, lit. 

Callington, 80. John Call, Efq; a 
Banker.— Paul Orchard, Ffq; 

Calne, 441. Jofeph Jeykill, Efq; a 
Barrifter at Law. — J< hn Moms, 
Efq; a King's Council. 

Cambridge Co. 28. james Warwood 
Adeane, a Major Gen. Col. of t he 
45th Foot, and one of the Grooms 
of his Mr jetty's Bedchamber. — 
Charles Y01 ke, a Banilter at 
Law, and next Brother to the 
Earl of Hardwicke. 

Cambridge Town, 32. Hon. Fd- 
ward Finch, Brother to the Earl 
or Ayleslotd, Captain in 2d Foot 
Guards. Rob. Manners, Efj; a 
Lt. Co], in the Army, and Equer- 
ry to :he King. 

Cambridge Univcrftty, 30. Rt. Hon. 
Wm. Pin, on'y Brother to the I 
Earl of Chatham, Fi id Lordof/he 
Treafury, Chancellor ofthe Ex- 
chequer, 



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chequer, and a Commiffioner of the 
Eaft India Board, High Steward of 
theUniverfityof Cambridge; P.C. — 
Ceo. Hen.[Fitzrcy] Earl of Eufton, 
eldeft Son to the Duke of Grafton. 
Ld. Lt. and Cuft. Rot. of the Co. 
of Suffolk. 

Camelford, 54. James Macpherfon, 
Elq; Wm Smith, Efq; 

Canterbury, 214. George Gipps, 
an Alderman of this City. — 
Sir Johh Honey wood, Bt. 

Cardiff;, 505. Hon. John Stuart* Son 
of Vifc Mt. Stuart. 

Cardigan, Co. 494. Rt. Hon. Wilmot 
(Vaughan) E. of Liflburne of the 
Kingdom of Ireland, Ld. Lieut, 
and Cuft. Rot. of the County. 

Cardigan Town, 495. John Camp- 
bell, Efq; 

Carlille, 84. John Chriftian Cur- 
wen, Efq; 1 Wilfon Bradriyll, Efq; 

Cacrmarthen Co 496. Hon* Geo 
Talbot Rice, Bt. 

Cacrmarthen Bo. 497. John George 
Philips, Efq; 

Caernarvon, Co. 498. Robert Wil- 
li am s, Efq; 

Caernarvon Bo. 499 Rt. Hon. Loid 
Page', Son of Earl of Uxbridge. 

Caftlrriling, 165. Charles Booiie,Efqj 
— Henry Drummond, Efq; 

Cheihirc, Co. 34. ]ohn Crewe, Efq; 
Sir R. Salif. Cotton, Bt. 

Chetter City, 36. Thomas Grof- 
venor, Brother to Lord Grofcc- 
nor — Rt. Hon. Rob. [GrofveffCr] 
Vilcount Btlgrave, Son of E. 
GrolVenor. 

Chichcfter, 419. Rt. Hon. Thoma^ 
Steele, jo'nt P ay m after of the For- 
ce^. — Geo. White Thomas, Efq; 

Chippenham, 439. James Dawkins, 
Efq; — George Fludytr, Efq; 

Clipping W) comb, 18. Rt. Hon. John 
Henry, [Pe;t\] Eprl of Wytom.be, 



Son of the Marquis of Lanfdown. — 
Sir John Jervis, K. B. Rear Adm. 
of the White. 

Chiift Church, 349. Hans S'oane, 
Efq; — George Role, Efq; Clerk of 
the Parliament, Jcini Secretary to 
the Trea nry, and Mailer of the 
Pieas Office. 

CirenceOer, 1 84. Rt.Hon.Herry [Ba- 
thuift] Ld. Apfley, font© Ear! Ba- 
thurft, one of the Tellers of the 
Exchequer. — RichardMafter?,Efq; 

Clackmannon, 520. Geo. Graham, 
Efq; 

Clifton, 100 Edmond Baftard, Efq-; 
Rt. Hon. J. C. Villiers, Bv to Ld. 
Clarendon, Comptroller of the 
King's Houfehold, Clerk of the 
Council and Reg'fter, King's 
Council in the Duchy of Lan- 
caller. 

Clitheroe, 226. Sir John Aubrey, 
L. L. D. — P. A Curzrn, Efq; 

Cockermouth, 86. John AnOru- 
ther, Efq; Counfeli'T at Law. — 
J<>hn Baynes Gar ; or;h, Efq; 

Colchefter, 174. Robert Thornton, 
Efq; a Ruffia Merch. — Sir Geo. 
Jackfon, Bt. a Judge Advocite of 
the Fleet. 

Corrf-Caftle, 134. John Bo,.d, Efq; 
— Henry B nkes, Efq; 

Cornwall, 38. Sir William Lemon, 
Bt. — Francis Gregor, Efq; 

Coventry, 425. Ft. He n. Sampfon 
(Karrilcy) Lord Eardley in Ireland^ 

L.L.I). JohnWilmo-, Efq; one 

of the Mailers in C hancery, and a 
CommifT. for enquiring into the 
Claims of American Lpyalifts, 
F.R.S. 

Coupar, Perth, Sec. 549. Gcoige 
Murray, a Captain in the Royal 
Navy. 

Craill, Anftruther, &e. 550. Sir 

John Anftruther, Bt. 
Cricklade, 44$. John Walker He- 

nca«:e, hereditary LUher o! th<S 
G 1 Exchequer 



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Exchequer. — Thomas Eftcourt? 

Efq; 

Cumberland, 82. Sir Henry Fletcher, 

Bt. — Humphry Senhoufe, Efq; 
Culrofs, Stirling, &c. 552. 



D. 



Dartmouth. See Clifton. 
Denbigh Co. 500. Robert Watkin 

Wynne, Efq; 
Denbigh Bor. 501. Rich. Myddle- 

ton, Elq. 
Derby Co. 88. Right Hon. Lord 
George Cavendifh, Uncle to the 
Duke of Devonfhiie, P. C— Ed- 
ward Miller Mundy, Efq; 
Derby Bor. 90. Rt. Hon. Lord Geo. 
Aug. Henry Cavendifh, Brother to 
the D. of Devonfhire. — Edward 
Coke, Efq; 
Devizes, 435. Rt. Hon. Henry Ad- 
dington, Speaker of the Houfe 
of Coramon r , and Reorder of 
the Bo.ough, P. C. — Jofhua 
Smith, Efq; 
Devon Co. 92. John Rolle, Efq; — 

John Pol!exfon*Baftard, Efq; 
Dorfet Co. 1 18. Franei- John Browne, 

Efq; Wm. Morton Pitt, Efq; 
Dorcheller, 120. Francis Fane,Ej'q; 
Cnufin to the Eari o Weftmorland. 
— Hon Cropley Afhley. 
Dover, 478. John Trevanion, Efq: 
C. S.Pybu-s Efq. Barrifter at Law, 
a L' rd of the Admiralty 
Downton, 461. Hon. Bait. Bouverie, 
Broth r to Earl of Radnor. — Sii 
Wm. Scott, Knt. his Maj. Adv. 
Gen. 

Droitwich, 469. Hon. Andrew Fo- 
ley* Brother to Lord Foley. — Edw. 
Vi inniagion, Kfq; only S«n of Sir 
Edw. Winnin^ton. 



Dunbartonlhire, 520. Sir A. Ed- 

m< nflone, Bt. 
DumfriesfiSire, <;2i. Sir Rob. Laurie, 

Bt. L ; eut. Col. of the 16th Drag. 

Knight Marefchal of Scotland. 
Dunhevcd. See I.auncefton. 
Dunwich, 375. Miles Barne, Efq; — 

Jolhua Van Neck, Efi; 
Durham, 138. Rowland Burton, Efq; 

Rai| h Milbanke, Efq; 
Durham City, 140. John Tempeit, 

Efq; — Wm. Henry Lambton, Efq; 
Dyfert, 551. Hon. Cha. Hope, Ero- 

th^r to Larl Hopetown. 



E. 

Eaftlow, 56. Hon. Wm. Weflley 
Pole.— Rob. Wood, Efq; a Caj t. 
in ! It Regt. <>f Draeoons. 

Eart Retford, 288 Right Hon. Thos. 
Pelham, [Clinton] Earl of Lincoln, 
only Son of the Duke of Newcaftle, 
a Maj. Gen. and Col. of the 17th 
Ding. Sirjohn Ingilby, Bt. 

£bor. See York. 

fidinburghfhire, 522. Rob. Dunda^, 
Efq; hi* Maj. Advocate for Scot- 
land. 

Edinburgh, City, Rt. Hon. Herry 
Dunda>. Chancellor of St Andrew's, 
Sec. of State fcrHomeDepartmenr, 
a Trealdier ofthe Navy, a Lord of 
Trade and Plantations, a Commif- 
fioner of the Eaft India Board, 
P. C. 

Elginfhire, 523. Lewis Alexander 

Grant, jun. Efq; 
F.lgin, Bamfr", Kintore, &c. 547. 

Alex. Brodie, Efq; 
£flex, 172. Thomas Berney Bram- 

fton, Efq; L.L.D. — John Bullock, 

Efq; 

Evefham, 467. Sir John RuuWt, Bt. 
Thomas Th rr.rfon, Efq; 



Exeter, 



An Alphahet'tcal LIST oft 

Exeter, 94. John, Baring. Efq; — J as. 
Buller, Efq; 

Eye, 383. Rich. Burt. Philiipfon, a 
Lt. Gen. and Co), of the 3d Reg 
of Dragoon Guards. — Hon. Wm. 
Cornwallis, Brother to the Earl, 
a Co), of Marines, and a Capt. in 
the Royal Navy. 



F. 

Fifefhire, 5*4. Wm. Wemyfs, Efq-, 
a Major in the Army, and Dep. 
Adj. Gen in Scotland. 

Flintshire, 50a. Sir RogerMoftyn, Bt. 
Lieut, of the County. 

Flint, 503. Watkin William, Efq; 

Forfarfliire, 525. David Scott, Efq; 

Fowey, 70. Rt Hon.Richard [Edge- 
combe] Vife. Vailetort, Son of the 
E irl <»f M Edgecumbe. Philip 
RaOikigh, Efq; 

C. 

Galloway. See Wigtown. 

Gatton, 389. John frefbif, Efq; — 
William Currie, Eiq; 

Glamorgan, 504. ThomasWyndham. 

Glafgow, &c. See Rutherglen. 

Glouceiier Co. 180. Hon- George 
Cranfieid Berkeley, brother to the 
v Earl of Beikeley, a captain in the 
Navy, and Surveyor Gen. of the 
Ordnance. — Thomas Mailer, Efq; 

Clouceftcr Bor. 186. John Webb.— 
John Pitt, Efq; 

Grampound, 60. Thomas Wallace, 
Efq; — Jfer, Cruthley, Efq; 

Grantham, 2,38. Francis Cokayne 
Cult, Uncle to Lord Brownlcw, 
Counlel to the Admiralty and 
Navy, one of the Counfel to the 
Univeriity of Cambridge, and King's 
Counfel — George Sufeioa, Couiin 
to the D. of Rutland. 



v Houfe of Commons. (49) 

Grimfhy Great, 242. John Harrifon, 

Efq; — Dudley North, Efq; 
Grinfted Eafl, 41 1. Nat. Dance, Efq; 

— WrruNifbett, Eiq; 
Guildford, 397. Hon. Tho Onflow, 

Son of Lord Onflow.— GeOrgeSum- 

ner, Eftf 

Hi 

tfaddingtonfhire, 526. John Ha- 
milton, Efq; 

Hampfhire, 375. SirWm. Heathcote, 
Bt — Wm. C hute, Efq; 

Harwich, 178. John Robinlbn.JX D. 
Surveyor General of his Viajeily's 
Wood- and Parks. — Rt. Hon. Tho- 
mas Orde, P. C. Gov. of the Ifle of 
Wight. 

Haflemere, 3 9 1 . Rt Hon. W. G. Ha- 
milton, P. C. in Ireland. — Jas. 
Clarke Sattherwaite, Eiq; 

Hafrings, 474. jo n Stanley, Efq; 
Attorney Cen. to the King for the 
Eeeward (Hands. — Ri. Hon. Sir 
Rd. Pepper Arden, Matter of the 
Rolls, p. C 

Haverfoui-Weft 511. Rt. Hon Wm, 
[Kdwanies ) L. Kenfington, (hcl.) 

Helflon, 5^. Sir Giib.Elliot.Bt.aBar- 
riiter at Law. — Sir Stephen Luih- 
ington, Bt, 

Hereford Co. 188. Rf. Hon Thomas 
Ha. ley, Ld. Lt. and Cutl. Rot. 
of the Couuty of Radnor, a 
Lord of Trade and Plantations, 
an Alderman of London, and Ur.*« 
cle to the Earl of Oxford P. C. 
Sir George Cornewall, Bt. L.L.D. 
a Truilcee of the Brit. Mufeurn. 

Hereford City, 190. John Scuda- 
more, Efq; — James Walwyn, Eiq; 

Hertford Co. 196. William Plainer, 
Efq; Wm. Baker, Efq; 

Hert- 



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Hertford Bo. i 98. John Calvert, Efq; 
Nat Dimfdale, Baron of the Ruf- 
fian Empire. 
Heyucn, 150. Lionell Darel!, Efcp 
an Eaft India Director. — Beilby 
Thompfon, Elq; 
Heyteioury, 451. Rt. Hon. William 
[Eden] Lord Auckland Ireland, 
AmbafTad r Extr. to the States 
Gen. of the United Province?, 
Auditor, and one of the Directors 
or Greenwich Hof ital, Chancellor 
of Richmond, P. C. in both King- 
doms, L. L. D. F.R.S. Rt. Hon. 
' Rich'. fBarry] E. of Rarrymore, It . 
Higham-Ferrers^ %*j 7 , J = !.nLee,Efq: 
a King's Council, arid Attorney 
Gen. for the Co. Palatinate ol 
Lancafter. 
Hindon, 447. Wm- Beckford, Efq*, — 

James Adams, I ..L.D. 
Honiton, 104. Rt. Hon. Sir Geo. 
Yrungc, Bt. Secretary at War, 
P C. K.B.— George Terr pier, Efq:, 
Horfham, 403. Tim. Shelly, Efq; — 

V, ilibn Lraddyll, Efq-, 
Huntingdon Co. 2,02. Rt. Hon. Pe- 
tei (Ludlow ) Earl Ludlow, Ireland. 
P.C. — Right Hon John (Montagu) 
Vifc. Hinchinbrooke, Son to the 
Earl of Sandwich, Mailer of the 
Buck Hounds, P. C. 
Huntingdon Bo. 204. John Willet 
Payne, Efq; a Captain in the 
Navy. — Henry Speed, Efq; 
Hythe, 482. Sir Cha. Farnaby Rat- 
-clifte, Bt — Wm. Evelyn, Efq; 
Capt. of Sangate Caflle. 
I. 

Ilchefter, 321. John Harcourt, Efq; 
— Samuel Long, Efq; 

Inverary, Ayr, &c. 558. Hon. Cha. 
Stuart, fourth Son of Karl of 
Bute, Pep. Ranger, Richm. Park, 
a Col. in the Army. 

Iovernef fbire, &c. 527. Norman 
Ma< 1< od, Efq; a Col. in E. Indies, 
and Lieut. Col. of 73d Reg. oi Ft. 



Invernefs,Fortrofe,cVc. 545 Sir Flee. 
M'.nro, K. B. a Major Gen. and 
Col. of the 42d Foot. 

Ipfwich, 373. Cha. Alex. Crickitt> 
Efq; a Proctor in Dcdtu's Com- 
mons. — Sir John Hadky D 1 Q\icy, 
Bt. 

K. 

Kent, Co. 206. Filmer Honeywood, 
Efq: Sir Edw. Knatchbull, Bt 

Kincardin, ^28. Rebeit Barclay, 
Efq. 

King's Lynn, 2^9. Hon. Horatio 
Walpole, S on to Lord Walpolc. — 
Sir M, B Foike , Bt F.R.S. 

Kingrton upon Hull, 170. Samuel 
1 hornton, Efq; a Mei chant, and 
one of the Directors of the Bank 
of England — Rt. Hon. Aubrey, 
(BeaucLrk) Earl of Burford> Son 
of the Duke of St. Albans, a Lt. 
Col. in the Army. 

Kintore, &c. See Elgin, Sec. 

Kircudbright, Stewarty, 529. Ale*. 
Stev/art, a Col. in the Army, and 
Lt. Col of the 3d Reg. of Foot. 

Knarelborough, ig2.Rt Hon. Fred. 
(Ponfonby) Vifc. Duncannon,/re7. 
only Son to the Earl of Befsbo- 
rough Ire/, and brother-in-law to 
Earl Spencer.— James Hare, Efq; 

L. 

Lancaster Co. 216. ThomasStan- 
ley, Efq; Couhn to the Earl of 
Derby. — John Blackburn e, Efq; 

Lancafler, Bor. 218. Sir George 
Warren, K. B. — John Dent, 

Elq; 

Lanerkfhire, 531. Sir Jame* Steuart 
Denham, Bt. a Col. in the Aimy. 

Launcellon, 40. Hon. John Rodney, 
Son of Lord Rodney. — Sir Henry 
C'inton. K. B. a Lieut Gen. Col. 
7th Regt. Dragoons, and Governor 
of Limtrick, Ireland. 

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Leicefter, Co. 230. Wm. Pochin,Efq; 

Sir Thomas Cave, Bt. 
Leicefter, Bor. 232. Thomas Boot hby 

Parkyns> Efq; — Sam. Smith, Efq; 
Leominfter, J 92. John Hunter, Efq; 

—Richard Beckford, Elq; a -Weft 

India Merchant. 
Leikard, 42. Hon. Edward James 

Elliott, King's Remembrancer in 

the Court of Exchequer, and 

one of the Lords of the Treafury. 

— Hon. John Elliott, Brother to the 

above Member. 
LeilwithieJ, 44. George Smith, Elq; 

Re paid Pole Carew, Elq; L.L.D. 
Lewes, 417. Hon. Henry Pelham, 

fon of Lord Pel ham, a capt in the 

3d Foot Guards. — Thomas Kemp, 

Efq; 

Lincoln, Co 234. Charles Anderfon 
Pelham Efqs — Sir Jn. Thoroid, Bt. 

Lincoln Town, 244. John Fenton 
Cawthorne.Efq; — Rt.H. Rob. Ho- 
bart, Nephew and Heir to the E 
of Buckinghamshire, a Major in 
the Army, Chief Sec. to the Ld. 
L'eut. and P- C. Ireland. 

Linlithgowfhirej Sec. 532. Hon. John 
Hope. 

Linlithgow, Peebles, &c. 555. Wil- 
liam Grieve, Efq; 

Litchfield, 369. Tho. Gilbert, Pay- 
mafter of the Widows of Sea Offi- 
cers — Thomas Anion, Elq; 

Liverpool, 222. Bomber Gafcoigne, 
Ffq; — Banaller Tarleton, Efq; a 
Lieut. Col. in the Army. 

Lochmabcn, &c. 556 Pat. Miller, 
Efq; a Captain in the 14th Regt. 
Dragoons. 

London, 250. Aid. Wm. Curtis.— 
Alderm in BrookWatfon — Aid. Sir 
Watkin Lewes, Knt. — Aid. John 
Saw hi idge. 

Ludlow, 309. Rt. Hon. Edward 
Lofd Clive, (Ire!. J Ld .Lieut of this 



County, and Recorder of Shrewf- 
bury. — Rich. Payne Knight, Efq; 

Ludgerfhail, 457. Hon. W. A. 
Haiboard, Son of Lord Suffield. 
— Samuel Smith, Efq; 

Lyme Regis, 122. Hon. Henry 
Fane, Uncle to the Earl of Weft- 
moreland, and Ufher of the Black 
Rod in Ireland. — Hon. Tho. Fane, 
Brother to the Earl of Weftm >re- 
land, a Capt t in the Coldltream 
Foot Guards, and ranks as a Lfeut. 
Col. 

Lymington, 347. Sir Harry Burrard, 
Bt. a Capt. in the Royal Navy - 
Nat. Bra<Ty Haihead, Eiqi 

Lynn Regis. See King's Lynn. 



M. 

VIaidstone, 212. Clement Tay- 
lor,Eq. — xMatthew Bioxr.am, Efq; 

VJaklen, 176. jof. Holden Strutt, 
Efq; Brother-in-law to (he Duke 
of Le in iter, L eland. — Cha. Callis 
Weltern, Efq; 

Vlalmefbury, 443. Paul Benfield, 
Efq; — Ben. Bond Hopkins, Efq; 

vlalton, 15.4.. Rt. Hon. Edmund 
Burke,P. C— Wm. Weddell, Kfq; 

Marlborough, 437. Rt, Hon. James 
[Stopford] Earl of Courtown, 
Ireland, Treafurer of his Ma- 
jcfty'sHoufh.K.P. — H. Tho.Bruce, 
a Maj. Gen. and Col. of the 1 6th 
Foot. 

Marlow Great, 22. Thomas Wil- 
liams, Efq; — Wm. Lee Antonie, 

Efq; 

Mclcombe Regis, 125. Andrew Stu- 
art, Efq;— Sir Jas. Johnfton, Bt. a 
Lt. Col. in the Army 



Meri 



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of the Houfe of Commons. 



Merioneth, 506". Evan Lloyd Vaugh- 

an, Efq; 

Middlefex, 2.46. Wm. Mainwaring, 
Efq; firll Prothor.otary in the 
Court of Common Pleas, and 
Chairman of (he Quarter SefTions. 
George Byng, Efq, 

Midhurfi:, 409. Rt. Hon. Percy Chas. 
Wyndham — Hon. Cha. William 
Wyr.ciham, Brothers to the Earl of 
Egremont. 

Milbourne Port, 323. Rt. Hon. John 
[Pennington]Lord Muncalter, Irel. 
— Richard Jounfton, Efq; 

Minehead, 331. John Fownes Lut- 
treli, Efq;. — H. Geo. [Parker] Vifc. 
Parker, eldeft Son of Earl Mac- 
clesfield. 

MonmouthCo.2$4.JohnMorgan,Elq; 
— James Rooke, a Mnj Gen. in 
the Army, and Col. Com. of the 
60th Foot. 

MonmouthBor. 256. CharlesBragge, 
Efq; 

Montgomery Co. 507. William 

Owen, Efq; 
Montgomery Town, 508. Whitfhed 

Keene, Efq; Brother-in-law to the 

Earl of Dartmouth.. 
Morpeth, 2,80. Sir James St Clair 

Erfcine,Bt. Major of the 8th Diag. 

a Director in Chancery in Scotland 

for Life, and Nephew to Lord 

Loughborough — Fran. Oregg,Efq; 
Murrayfhire. See Elginfhire. 

N. 

Nairn, and Cromartie, 533. Dun- 
can Davidfon, Efq; 

Newark on Trent, 290. John Man- 
ners Sutton, Coufin to the Duke 
of Rutland, a Captain in the 2d 
Reg. of Guards, and ranks as 
Lieut. Col. — Wm CrouSie, Efq; a 
Lieut. Col. in the Army. 

Ncwcattle on Tync, 282. Sir Matt 



White Ridley,Bt. — Charles Brand- 
ling, Efq; 

NcwcafHe under Line, 367. Sir A. 
Macdorrald, Knt Brother to Lord 
Macdonald, Son-in-law to the M. 
ofStaffbrd, and Attorney General 
to the King. — Hon. J. L. Gower, 
a Rear Adm. of the White. 

Newport, Cornwall, 76. Rt. Hon. 
Wm. Rob. [Fielding] Vifc. Field- 
ing, Son of the F,arl of Denbigh, 
anJ a Lieut. Col in the Army.— 
Cha. Ransford, Efq. 

Newport in Hants, 341. Rt. Hon. 
Hn. [Temp]e]Vilc. Palmerfton in. 
Ir.L L.D.— Ri.H.Penifton,[Lamb] 
Vifc Milbourne,/;-*'/. a Gt. of Bed- 
chamber to the Piince of Wales. 

Newton, Lancafhire, 228. Thomas 
Peter Leigh, Efq ; — Thomas 
Brooke, Efq; 

Newton, Hants, 3415. John Barring- 
ton, Son of Sir Wm. — Rt. Hon. 
Sir R. Worfeley, Bt. Vice Adm. 
of the lileof\Vight,F.R.S.and A.S. 

Norfolk, 257. Sir John Woodhoufe, 
Bt.— Thomas Wm. Coke, Efq; 

Northallerton, 156. Henry Pierfe, , 
Efq; — Edwin Lafcelles, Efq; 

Noi thamptonfhire, 269. Tho. Powya.» 
Efq; — Francis Dickins, Efq; 

Northampton Bor. 273. Rt. Hon 
Chas. (Compton] Lord Compton,i, 
eldeft Son of the E. of Northamp-- 
ton. — Hon Fdw. Bouverie. 

Northumberland, 278. Sir Williamr 
Middleton, Bt. — Charles Grew 
Efq; 

Norwich, rCj. Rt. Hon Wm.Wind-: 
ham, P.C. \nlreland Hon. Hen-i 
ry Hobart, Brother to the Earl oh 
Buckinghamfhire. 

Nottingham Co. 286". Rt. Honn 
Lord Ed.Char.Cav. Bentinck, onlj! 
brother to the Duke of Portland 
— Charles Pierrepoint, Efq; 

Nottingham Bor. 292. Rob Smith 1 ) 
Efq; — Dan. Parker Coke, Efq; 



An Alphabetical LIST of the Houfe <ff Commons. (-jj) 



O. 

Oa k kamvton, 102. John St.Leger, 
Efq. Lt. Co!. Firft Regt. Foot 
Guards. — Robert Ladbiooke, Efq; 
a linker. 

Orford, 377. Rt. Hon. Fra. Seymour 
(Conway) Vife. Beauchamp, elded 
Son of the Earl of Hertford, and a 
P.C. in Ireland. — Hon.Wm. Seym. 
Conway, Son of the Earl of Hert- 
ford. 

Orkney and Zetland, 534. John 
Balfour, Efq. 

Oxford Co. 294, Rt. Hon. Ph. (Wen- 
man) Vifc. Wenman, Ire/. LL. D. 
— Rt. Hon. Ge%>. (Spencer) Marcj. 
of Blandford, fon of the Duke of 
Marlborough. 

Oxford City, 29S. Francis Burton, 
Ffq; Chief Juftice of Chefter, a 
King's Council, and Recorder of 
Woodllock. — Arthur Annefly,Efq; 

Oxford Univcrfity, 296. Sir Wm. 
DoIben,Bt. — Francis Page, L.L.D 
P. 

Pee blesh 1 b e, 535. William Mont 
gomery, Efq; Lt. in the 4th Regt 
of Foot. 

Pembrokeshire, 509. Rt. Hon. Rich. 

(Phillips) Lord Mi t ford, Ire/* Lord 

Lieut, and Cuft. Rot. of this Co. 
Pembroke Town, 5 10.H Barlow, Efq; 
Penryn, 62. Sir Francis BalTeit, lit. 

Recorder of the Bor. of Tregony. 

— Richard Glover, L.L.D. 
Perlhfhire, 536. Hon. James Murray, 

Uncle to the Duke of Athol, Gov. 

of Fort William, Major Gen. and 

Col. of the 7 2d Reg. 
Petei foorcugh, 271. Hon. Darner 

Lionel, Son of LoidMiUon — Rich- 
ard Bonyon, Efq; 
Petersfleld, 355. Wm. Jollifle, ?t\\ 

Rt. Hon. Welbore Ellis, P. C. 

L. L. D. F. R. S. 
Plymouth, 106. Alan Gardner, 

a Lord o: the Admiralty, and a 
17^ 



Captain in the Navy.— Sir P. L. 
Rogers, Bt. 
Plympton, no. Rt. Hon. Henry 
(Luttrei) E. Carhampton, Ireland. 
— Philip Medcalf, Efq; 
Pontefracl, 158. John Smyth, fon- 
in-law to the Duke of Grafton.—. 
Wm. Sotheron, jun. Efc; 
Poole, 136. Benj. LeRer, Efq; Mic, 

Angelo Taylor, Efq; 
Pcrtfmouth, 339. Sir Harry Fether- 
itonhaugh, Bt.— Hon.Tho.Erikine,. 
brother to the Earl of Buchan, ancr 
Attorney-general to the Prince of 
Wales. - 
Preflon, 220. Sir Henry Hoghton, 
Pt. — Rt. Hon. John Burgoyne, a 
Lt. Gen. and Colonel of the 4th 
Foot, P. C. in Ireland. 

% 

Qtjeenborough, 210. Gibbs Craw- 
furd, Eftj; Clerk of the Ordnance. 
— Richard Hopkins, a Lord of the 
Treafur} . 

R. 

Radnor Co. 512. Thomas Johnes: 
Auditor fcr the Principally »f 
Wales. 

Radnor Town, 513. £)avid Murray. 
Reading, 7. Francrs Anncfley, one of 
the Trultees of the Britifh Mu- 
feum. — Richard Aldworth Neville, 
Brother-in-law to the Marquifo os c 
Buckingham. 
Renfiewlhire, 537. John Shaw Stu- 
art, Efq; 

Retford Eaft, 290. See Eafl: Retford. 
Richmond, ito. Right Hon. Mur- 
rough (O'Bryan) Earl of Inchiquin, 
JrtL K. P. — Laur,- Dundas, Efq; 
Eldefl Son of Sir T. Dundar, Bt. 
Rippon, 161. Wrti. Laurence. — Sip 

Geo Allaofon Winn. K-;. 
Rochefter, 208. Geo. Bed, Efq — 
Sir Rich. Bickertoo, Bt. a Rea* 
Admiral of ihe White. 

Romney, 

H 



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Rsmney, New 4P.0. Richard Jof. 
Sullivan. Efq 5 F. R S. and A. S 
— Sir Elijah Impey, Kt. 

Rofsfliire, 538. William Adam, Efq; 

Roxburghshire, 539. Sir George 
Douglas, Bt. 

Rutherglen, Glafgow, &c. 553. 
William Macdowall, Efq. 

Rutland Co. 303. GerardNoel Ed- 
wards, Ei'q; — John Heathcote, 
Efq-, 

Rye, 434. Charles Long, Efq-, joint 
Sec. to the Tieafury.— Hon. R. B 
Jenkinfon,fon of L0rdH.1v kefbury. 

Ryegate, 39;. Hon J. S. Cocks, el- 
deft Ton of Lord Sugimers. — Jof. 
Sydney Yorke, Efq; brother to 
Earl Hardwicke, and a Capfc. in 
the Navy, 

St. Albans, aoo. Hon. Rd. Bing- 
ham, fon of Ld. Lucan. — John 
Calvert, Jun. Secretary to theLd 
Chamberlain. 

St. Edmund's Bury, 385. Sir Charles 
Davers, Bt. — Hon. Lord Charles 
Fitzroy, Son of the Duke of Graf- 
ton, and a Lieut. Col. in 3d Regt. 
of Foot Guards. 

St. Germains, 7Z. Rt. Hon. George 
(Campbell) Marq. of Lome, fon of 
the Duke of Argyle. — Hon. Wm 
(Elliott) fon of Lord Elliott. 

St. Ives, 68. Wm. Praed, Efq;— 
Recorder of the Borough, William 
Mills, Efq. 

St. Maws, 78. Sir Wm. Voung, Bt. 
— J. B. S mcoe, Efq; a Lt. Col 
in the Army. 

St, Michael, 74. David Howell, Efq; 
a Capt. in the 16th L. D. 
—Sir Chrift. Hawkins, Bt. 

Salop, 30$. Sir Richard Hill, Bt. — 
Jolln Kyr.allon, Efq; 

$a:rafh, ci. Edward Bearcroft, 
fcfq; Chief J u ft ice or Cheftcr, jnd 



of the Houfe of Commons. 

a King's Council. — Rt. Hon. Geo. 
(Stuwart) Vifc. Garlics, fon of the 

E. of Galloway. 

Sandwich, 476 Philip Stephens, Sec. 
to the Admiralty, and to theCha- 
rity for Sea OfTicersWidows,F.R.S. 
— Sir Horace Mann, Bt. 

Sarum, New 433. William Huffey. — 
Hon. W'm. Bouverie, next Brother 
to the Karl of Radnor. 

Sarum, Old 449. George Hardinge, . 
Eiq; Nephew to Earl Camden, 
a King's Counfel, and Solicitor Gen. 
to the Queen, and Chic! Jullice of 
Glamorgan* Brecon and Radnor, 

F. R.S. ck F.S.A.— -John Sullivan, 
Efq. 

Scarborough, 164. Rt. Hon. Geo. 
[CarpenterJ Earl of Tyrconncll, 
(lrei.) Son-in-law of Ld. Delaval. 

■ Hon. Henry Phipps, Brother 

to Lord Mulgrave, a Lt. Col. in 
th - Army, a Captain in the 1 ft . 
Regt. Foot Guards. 

Seaford, 488. John Sargent, jun. 
Efu;— Rd. Paul, Joddrell, Efq. 

Selkirkfhire, 540. Mark Pringle, his j 
Majefty's Chamberlain and Re- 
ceiver of Crown Rents of Etrick 
Foreft, Scotl P.R.S. 

Shaftefbury, 130. Charles Duncombe, 
jun. Efq; — William Giant, Efq; a 
Banker. 

Shoreham, New 407. Sir Harry Go- 
ring, Bt. — John Aldridge, Efq; 4 
Storekeeper of the Ordnance. 

Shrewfbury, 307. WilliamPulteney, 
Efq;— John Hill, Efq; 

Soroerfety 317. Sir John Trevelyan, I 
Bt. — Edward Pheiips, jun. Efq; 

Southampton Co. See Hampfhire, 

Southampton, Bor. 3^9. James Amy- J 
att, Efq;*— Henry Martin, Comp- I- 1 
troller of the Navy. 

Southwark, 399. Henry Thornton, I 
Efq; a Banker. — Paul Le Meffu- I 
rier, Efq; an Alderman of London, ] 
and one of the Directors of the J 
Eall India Company. 

Stafford, J 



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Stafford Co. 351. Rt. Hon. G. G. 
Levi Ton (Gower) E. Gower, Son 
of the Marquis of Stafford, and 
Arnbaffador to the Court of Ver- 
failles. — Sir Edw. Littleton, Bart. 

Stafford Bor. 363. Hon. Edward 
Monckton, Uncle to Vifc.Galway. 
— Richard Brinfley Sheridan, Efq; 

Stamford, 2,36. Sir George How- 
ard, K. B. L.L.D. Colonel of the 
lit Dragoon Guards, a General 
and Gov. of Cheliea Hofpital. — 
Rt. Hon. Joflnia John(Proby) Earl 
Carysfort, Irel 

Stirlingfhire, 541* Sir Thomas Dan- 
das, Bt. Counsellor of State to the 
Prince of Wales in Scotland. 

Steyning, 413. James Martin Lloyd, 
Efq; — John Curtis Elq. 

Stockbridge, 347. John Cator, Efq*, 
— John Scott, Elq; 

Sudbury 381. T. C Crefpigne, Efq. 
L. L. l5. — J C. Hippifley, L. L.D. 
Recorder of the Bctfough. 

Suffolk, 371. Sir John Rons, B.rt. 
—Sir T. C, Bunbury, Bt. 

Surry, 387. Rt Hon. Lord Wm Ruf- 
i'eil, Biother to the Duke o\ Bed 
ford— Hon. W. C. Finch, Bro- 
ther to the Earl of Aylesio;d. 

SufTex, 401. Rt. Hon. Thomas 
Felham, eldeft Son of Lord Pefc. 
ham, and P. C. in Ireland. — 
Charles Lenox, Efq; Nephew to 
the Duke of Richmond, Son- 
in-law to the Duke of Gordon, 
Lieut. Col. of the 35th Reg. Foot. 

Smherlandfhire 542. James Grant, 
Elq; a Lt. Gen. and Col. 01 the 
35th Foot, Governor of Stilling 
CafUe. 

T. 

Tain, &c. $45. Sir Charles R*f$, 
Bart. 

Tamworth, ^Sc. John Courtney, 
Nephew to the Farl of Bute.—- 
Robert Petl, E q*, a Banket. 



Taviftock, i 1 6". Rt: Hon. Rd. Fitzpa- 
trick, Brother to the Earl of Upper 
OiTory, and an Aid de Camp to the 
King, P. C— Lord John Ruffell, 
Brother to the Duke of Bedford. 

Taunton, 319. Alex. Popham, Efq; 
a Mailer in Chancery, and an Au- 
ditor of the Duchy of Lancafter. 
— Sir Benj. Hamrnett, Knl, an 
Alderman of London, and a 
Banker. 

Tewkefbury, 1 82. Sir Wm. Codring- 
ton, Bt. — James Martin, a Bank- 
er in London, one of the Directors 
of the Million Bank. 

Thetford, 2,63. Robt. John &«x- 
ton, Efq; — Jof. Randyll Burch, 
E(q; 

Thirik, \ 66. Sir Greg. Page Turner, 
Bart.-— Robert Vyner, Efq; 

Tiverton, 98. Sir John Duntze, Bt. 
Rt. Hon. Dudley Rider, Son of 
Lord Harrowby, ]Smt Pay-mafter 
of the Forces, P. C. 

Totneis, 112. — William Powleft, 
Elq; — Francis Buller Yarde, Efq; 

Trtgony, 64. John S^ephenlcn, Efq; 
Matt. Montague, Efq; 

Ti uro, 46. Wm. Auguftus £p<*H- 
cer Bofcawen, a Lieut. Col. in 
the 2d Foot Guards. — James 
Gordon, jun. Efq; 



W. 

Wallikgford, i 1 Sir Francis 
Svkef, Bt. Brother-in-law to Vifc. 
Galway. — N. W. Wraxall, Efq. 

Wareham, 132. Rt. Hon. Lord Rob. 
Spei cer, Brother to the Duke of 
Marlborough. Richard Smith, 

Efq. 



H % War- 



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Warwick Co. 421. Sir Robert Law- 
lev. Bt. — Sir George Aug. Urn. 
Schuckburgh, Bart. F.R.S. 

Warwick Bor. 423. Rt. Hon. 
; Charles Geo. (Percival) Lord Ar- 
den, Ireland, Brother to Earl of 
Egmont, a Lord of the Admiralty, 
and Regifter of the Adm. Court. 

Wells, 325. Clement Tudway, a Bar- 
rifter at Law. — H. B. Portman, 
Efq; 

Wendover, 24. John Barker Church, 
Efq.— Hon. Hugh Seymour Con 
■way, fonof Earl Hertford, Matter of 
the Robes and Privy PurJ'e to the 
Prince of Wales, and a Captain in 
the Navy. 

Wenlock, Great 313. Sir Henry 
Bridgman, Bt. L.L.D. — Cecil For- 
rerter, Efq; 

Weobly, 194. Sir John Scott, his Ma- 
jesty's Solicitor General. — - Hon. 
Lord George Thynne, Ton of the 
M. of Bath. 

Weftbury, 453. Samuel Eftwick, 
Deputy Paymafter Genera), Sec 
and Reg. to Chelfea Hofprtaf, 
L. L. D. — Ewan Law, Efq. 

Wertlooe, 58. Sir John William 
De La Pcie, Et. — John Pardoe, 
E q; 

WeltminHer, 248: Rt. Hon. Charles 
James Fox, Untie to Lord Hol- 
land, P. C. — Rt. Hon. Samuel 
(Hood) Lord Hood, trtl a Lord 
of the Admiralty, and Vice Admi- 
ral of the. White. 

Weftmoriand, 427. Sir Michael Le 
Fleming, Bt. — Ja^« Lowlher, Efq: 

Weymouth, 124. S : r James Mur- 
ry, Bt.— Richard Remote John- 
(lone, Efq; 

Whitchurch, 353. Geo. fBrodrick) 
V. Middle:on,// f/. — Rt. Hon. John 
Thomas Towmend, ion of Lod 
Sidney, a Lord of the Admiralty. 

Wick, Tain, &c. See Tainworth. 



Wigan, 224. John Cote. 1 , Efq;-* 

Orlando Bridgman, Efq; 
Wigtown, New Galloway, &c. 5^7. 

Nefbit Balfour, Aid-de-Camp to 

the King, and Lt.Col. 23d Regt Ft. 
Wigtownfhire, 543. And. M'Dowall, 

Efq; 

Wilton, 459. Right Hon. Geo. Au- 
guftus (Herhert) Lord Herbert, ion 
ot the Earl of Pembioke, Vice 
Chamberlain of his Majefty's 
Houihold, and Lt. Col. of the 2d. 
D. Guards. — Rt. Hon. Rich (Fitz- 
william) Vifc. Fitzwilliam, JreL 

Wilts, 431. Goddard Ambrofe, 
Efq. — Sir James Tylney Long-, 
Bt. Hereditary Warden Wal- 
iham Foreft, Effex. 

Winchellea, 486. Rt. Hon. William 
Henry (Vane^ Vifc. Bernard, ion 
of the E. of Darlington. — Richard 
Harwell Efq. 

Winchefter, 337. Henry Penton, let- 
ter-carrier to his Majefty, Recorder 
of the City. — Richard Gamon, fcfq» 
Brother to the DuicheiVof Chan- 
dos. , 

Windfor, 10. Peninfton Port lock 
Powney, Efq; Ranger of the Lit- 
tle Park at Wind or. — Rt. Hon. 
Richard Colley (Wtfley) Earl of 
Mornington, hel. a Lord of the 
Treafury, K. P. 

Woodftock, 300. Sir Henry Watkin 
Dafliwood, Bt. — Rt. Hon. Lord 
Henry John Spencer, fun of the 
Duke of Marlborough. 

W01 ccller Co. 465. Hon. Edw. Fo- 
ley, Bro. to Lord Foley. — Wm. 
Lygon, Efq. 

Worcerter Bor. 472. Edm Wig'ey, 
El |i — Edmond Lechmcrc, jun. 
Efq. 

Wotton BafTet, 4-$. Rt. Hon. 
Ch rift ph. Burton (Dawney) Vile. 
Pov.ne, Ircl. — John Thomas Stan- 
ley, E»'q. 

vVycomb. See Chipping. 



Yar. 



Officers, &ff. attending the Parliament. 



Y. 

Va rmouth, Nor folk, t6i. Henry 
Beaufoy, Efq; F.R.S. Sec. to the 
Eaft India Board — Rt. Hcn.Char- 
les Townfend, P. C. 

Yarmouth, Hants, 343. Sir John 
Fleming Leicefter, Bart. — Jervoife 
Clerk Jervoife, Efq. 



York Co. 14a. Henry Duncombe, 
Efq; — Wm. Wilberforce, Efq; 

York City, 168. Richard Slater 
"Milners, Efq;— Sir William Mor- 
daunt Milder, Bt. 



Principal Officers attending the Parliament. 



THE HOUSE OF PEERS. 

Clerk of the Parliament, George 
Role, Efq; 

Clerk-Affiftant, Henry Cowper, Efq; 

Reading and private CommitfeeClei k, 
Matthew Robert Arnot, Efq; 

Clerk of the Journals, Mr. Graf s. 

Copying Clerk, Edward Blackftcck 

Gent-Ulher of the Black-Rod, Sir 
Francis Molyneux, Knt. 

Yeoman Ulher, and Deputy Black- 
Rod, Robert Qiiarme, Efq; 

Six Door-Keepers^ Keepers of the 
Stool-Room, and Houje-Keeper. 

THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Clerk of the Houfe, Jn. Hatfel!, Efq; 
Clerk-Afliltant, John Ley, Efq; 
Clerk to the Committee of Privileges 
and Election*, George White, Efq; 
Clerk ol the Fees, John Rofier, Efq; 



Clerks without Doors, attending 
Committees, Edward Barwell, 
Robert Gunnel], John Rofhcr, 
Edward Scracey, Elqrs. 
Engi offing-Clerks, Edward Stracey, 

David Jones, Gent. 
Clerk of the Papers, and Clerk of the 

Journals, Mr. John Benion. 
Serjeant at Arms, Kdw.Colman, Efq; 
D< p. Serj. at Arms, John GJemeni- 
iOi , I' iq; 

Chaplain, Rev. Tno. Hay, A. M. 

Sec. to tile Speaker, Sam. Duah, Eiq; 

Train-Bearer, Mr. Mann. 

Deliverer of printed Votes to Mem- 
bers, Mr. S. H. Babtu 

Printer of the Votes, Me firs. Ben. 
White, Junn Nichols. 

Printer or" the Jfcur. Mr. Hen. Hughs. 

Z Door-Keepers, Ihufe-^eeper^ and 
5- Mejfen&cru 



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His Majeflfs COURT. 



HIS MAJESTY'S COURT. 

Lttd Ch amueria in cf the Kir.^s Hou field, and the Officers and Servants 
under his Direction. ( Stable-} ard\ St. Jatrc^s ) 

Af after of the Cermnie*, Sir Clenr. 



OFFICERS, Sec. under the LORD 
CHAMBERLAIN. 

LORD CHAMBERLAIN, Marq. 
of Salifb >ry. Wages 100/. a 
Year, and Board Wages (ioo/. 
a Year. 

Vice-Chamberlain, George Lord Her- 
bert, 1 159/. 8/. 4</. 

Secretary, j< hn Calvert, jun. Col. 
befides F^ees. 

Clerks, Jas. Ely, Efq; Samuel Bettv. 

Chamber-Keeper, James Seymour. 

Lords of the Bedchamber. 

GR O O M of the Stoie, M. 
or Bath, 2000/. 
Duke of Roxburgh. 
Fai l of Denbigh. 
Earl pf r.fTex 
Earl or Fauconberg. 
Earl of De : avvar. 
Earl of Galloway. 
Earl of Winchelfea. 
Viic. Went worth. 
Lord Willoughby dc Broke. 
Lord Onflow. 
Lord Botton. 

Lord Rivers, 1000/. a Year each. 

Grooms of the Bedchamber. 
Sir James Peachey, Bart. 
Sir J>mes Wright, Ft. 
Sir John Mordaunt, Bt. 
Sir Charles Gotham, Bt. K. B. 
Hon. Ma) Gen. Wm. Harcourt. 
Hon, Henry Seely. 
Sir George Ofborne, Bt« 
Sir Philip Hales, Bt. 
Hon. W. Gordon. 
Charles Herbert, Ffq; 
Major Gen. Lafceiles. 
Hon. G. Villicrs. 
Robert Waller, Efq; 
M.G. Adeaoe, (50c/. a Year each.) 



Cottrel D :mer, Knt. 300/. 
Afjfr.ni, Stephen Cottrel, Eiq; 

id. a Day. 
Marjbaf y Stephen Cottrel, Efq; 100/. 
Gent -Ujhers of the Fri-vy Chamber. 

Arthur Gregory, Lt. Col. Johnfon, 
Capt. Tutteridge Irevor Hull, 

Lfqis. 2 co/. 

Grooms cf Ditto. 
Sam. Pe^ge, John Hawkins, 
James Trail, kith. Byron, Efqrs. 

73'- 

GinU Ujhers, Daily-Waiters* 
SirFMolincux,Bt. V. Warner, 
[Gent Ujb.Bt.R4) H.Y Wortham, 
C;. A. Cooke, Elqrs. 1 50/. e,.ctj. 
Affijlani Gcnt.Ufhcr, Euw. Sneyd, 

jun. Efq: 66/. 13/. j\d. 

Gcnt.-Ujbcrs, Quarterly-Waiters. 
Fred. Chapman, J E. Freemantle, 
Edw. Whitehouie, james Miller, \ 

fn. Wallh, jof. Dobyns, I 

Edw. Armftrong, K. Browne, Efqrs. I 
S o/. 

Wardrobe Officers. 

Mafier of the Robes, Sir Jas. Peachy, 
Bt. 

ReJ Clerk, J Fallofield, Efq; 
Wardrobe Kteper at Humf>ton-Ccurf f i 

Mrs. Mary Keet, 20c/. 
KetJlnrton,Mrs. Rachael Lloyd, ioo/.| 
Body Laundrefs and Lace-Wa/htr m 9 % 

Mrs. Mary Hkks, 400"/. 
S'mjircfs and Stare her, Mrs Jemima I 

Gregory, 400/. 
Nece(/ary Woman, Mis. A. Branden- 

bourg, 200/. 



Ser- 



Officers, &c. under the Lord Chamberlain. 



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Serjeants at Arms. 
At tending the Court. 
Jofeph Smith, C. Delane, ' 
G. B Ken net, Benj. Couch, 
Cha. Simpfon,. J oh a Ailen, 
W. Bibbins, T. $tevenfon,Efqrs. 

100/. each. 
Amending the Chancery, William 

Watfon, Efq; 3/. a Day. 
—Tlouje of Commons, Edw. Col- 

man, Efq; 100/. 
Knight' Hat binger s Richard Stone- 
hewer, Efq; 20 Marks a Year, and 
10 Shillings a Day. 
Majhr of the Mcchanicks, Anthony 

Shepherd, D D. F.R.S. acol. 
Injpedor of Plnys, Jn. Larpent, j ud. 

Efq-, 400/. 
Toct Laureat, Hen.James Pye, Efq; 
Clerk of the Cheque, Thomas Chet- 
bam, Efq; 99I. 1 5s. 

House-Keepers. 
At New-Market, Mrs. Martha Bon- 

foy, 'Stool. 
Wind for, Lady Mary Churchill, 320/. 
Kenfington, Mrs. Rach. Lloyd, 400/. 
Weftminfter, 6s. 8</ a Day, vacant. 
St. James*?, Lady Denife Hart, 100/. 
Queen's Palace, Mrs. Stamforth. 
Richmond Lodge, Mrs. Tunftall. 
Majler of the Tennis-Court, Richard 

Beresford, Efq; 132I. 
— Barges, Wm. Sawyer, iool. 
Principal Portrait Painter, Sir Jolliua 

Reynolds, Efq; 50I. 
Enamel and Miniature Painter, R. 

CrolTe Efq. 
Utjlorical Engraver, J. Hall, Efq-, 
JWezzotinto Engraver, Valentine 

Green, F. A. S. 
Seal Engraver, Tho. Major, Efq. 

BAND OF MUSICK. 

Majler, Wm. Par Pons, 200!. 
Conductor, Wm Prions, 100I; 
igrj. Trurbp. R.Fitzherbert,Efq;ioc!. 
24 Muficians, at 40I. eaoh. 



PHYSICIANS. 
Sir Clifton Wintringham, Bt. F. R.S* 
Dr. Richard Warren, F. R. S. 
Sir Noah Thomas, Knt.F. R. S. 
Sir George Barker, Bf. 300I. 

Phyjicians Extraordinary , 
Sir Lucas Pepys, Bt. 
Dr. John Turton, F. R. S. 
Dr. Carrnichaei Smith, 200L 

To the Houfbold. 
Dr. Tho. Gifborne, F. R. S. 
Dr F Milmain, F R. S 
Otuhft, Baron de Wenzeil. 

Apothecaries to the Perfon> 
John Devaynes, Eiq; 320I. 
Thomas Wainrigbt, Efq; itfo. 
Apothecary to the Houfoold, E. Hoi- 
dich, Efq; 160I. 

5 cry a nt-Sur or eons . 
Charles Hawkins, L ; q; 
Pennell Hawkins, Efq; 396"!. !3S-4d, 

Surgeons Extraor. to the Perfon* 
John Gunning, Eiq; 
John Hunter, Efq; 
John Hevifule, Efq; 280I. 

To thcH:ufoold. 
Daniel Gib, Eiq; 
James Earle, Efq; 
Francis Knight, Efq; 280I. 
Aurifi 0peral9r> — Mau'e, Efq; 
Operators for the Teeth, T. R. Spence 3 
Thomas NoimanfeJl. 
RANGERS OF PARKS AND 
FORESTS, &c. 

Jj/ r ARDEN and Chef Jufiht in 
Eyre Forefts, Parks, South of 

Trent, &c. Vifc. Sidney, 3000/. 
North of Trent, Hon J. C. Viiliers. 
Surveyor-Gen. of his Majcfty's Woods 

and Paiks, John Robtnfon, Efq; 
Surveyor-Gen. of the Crown Lands, 

vacant. 

Cranhurn Chafe and Hampton Court 

Park, DuKe of Gloucefter. 
Wind for Foreft and Great Park, vact. 
Windibr Little Park, P. P. Powney, 
Out-Ranger, George Onflow, Efq; 

St* 



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Ki ng's Ch a p e I s . — He ufliold, 



St. James's and Hyde Parke, Earl 

or O; ford. 

Def>. Lord Wm. Gordon. 

Richmond New Park, Earl of Bute. 

Dtp, Ranger, Hon. Mr- Smart. 

Greenwich Park and Palace, vact. 

New Foreft Warden end Keeper, 
Duke of Cloucelter. 

Whittlebury Foreft, Northampton, 
Duke of Grafton. 

Richmond Foreft, Yorkfhire, Rock- 
ingham Foreft, and Waltham Fo- 
reft, Line. Earl of Upper OfTory. 

Sherwood Foreft, and Fole wood Park , 
Nottingham, Duke of Newcaflle. 

WichwoodForefr, Oxfordfhiie, Duke 
of Marlborough. 

Dartmouth-Foreft, Devonfh. Sir F 
Henry Drake, Bart. 

F.pping Foreft, vacant. 

St. BriavaPs Cattle, in the Foreft: of 
Dean, Earl of Berkeley 

Bufhy Park, Counted of Guilford. 

Salcey Forefts, F. Montague, Efq; 

Mailer of the Game,Duke of Grafton. 

M after 'of the Buck- Hounds, Vile 
Hinchinbrooke, zocq/. 

HIS MAJESTY'S CHAPELS. 

7 ORD High Almoner, Archbifhor 
of York, aool. 
Sub- Aim. Rev. Dp,. Vincent, 97 1. i r s.8d 
Dear, BiOiop of London, 2000I. 
Sub-Dean, Anfelm Bayly, L.L.D. 91I. 
5 s 

Cottfetfor to the Houjbold, Dr. Da 
vid William Morgan, 36!. 10s 

Clerk of the Clofet, Bilhop of Wor- 
cefter, 61. 1 8s. 

Deputies. Rev. Cha. Poynt/, D. D 
Rev. Wm. Buller, D. D. 
Rev. J. Fifher, M. A. 

Organifts and ComfoJcri,T. Sadnders 
Dupius, Sam. Arnold, Mul' D. i 46"! 

Forty- eight Chaplains in Ordinary. 

Ten Prielts in Ordinary. 

Sixteen G*-ni. ef th« C< -pel. 



THE HOUSHOLD. 
J^ORD Steward, Duke of Dorfct, 

1460I. a Year. 
Treaf. Earl of Coui town, K. P. nool. 
Comptroller, Vile Parker, 1200I. 
Vaymajhr /a the Houjbold, George 

Talbot, Efq. 
Mafi< r Sir Fra .Hen. Drake, Bt. 500I. 
Fir ft Clerk y John Fanfliaw, Elq;' 
Gent, of the Pantry, J. Borrett, Efq; 
Gent, of the Buttery, Abr. Holies Efq; 
Gent, if the Cellar, [faae Clarke, Efq; 
Clerk of the Spicery,H N.Willis, Elq; 
Gent, of the Eiuery, Jof. Ramus, Efq; 
Clerk of the TVood-Tard, Jer. Fox, E% 
Serjt. Porter. W. Gardner, Elq; 
With manv inferior Officers, Clerks, 

Tradefmen, and Servants. 

PRIVY KITCHEN. 

Clerk Comptroller, C. Ramus, Efq; 
3 00/. 

Firji Clerk, Wm. Gorton, Efq; %$&t. 
Fuji Maf. Cook, Wm.Weybrow, Efq; 

237/. 10/. 
Knight-Marfh. Sir S. Meadows, Z50/. 
—6 Mai flial Men, zo/. each. 

Hi s Majesty's Stables. 

A /[After of the Horfe, Duke 
lV1 Montrofe, K.G. 12.66!. \y. 

Equerries, 
Philip Gqldfworthy, Efq; 500/. 
Hon. Rob. Fulke Greville. 
Robert Manner?. 
Francis Edw. Gwynn. 
Thomas Garth, Efi-s. 300/. each. 
Clerk Marjbal, P. Gold I worthy, Ef 
60L 

Piges of Honour. 
C. A. Wea, "Charles Jenkinfrn,. 
J. P. Neville, Edw. Draper, Eiqrs. \ 

idol, each 
Eauerry of the Crow Stables, Jameti 
Montague, Efq: Z-Qo/. 



Eftabliflimertt of the Prince of Wales. 



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Teamen-Riders, Mr. Tho. Smith: 
i 861. Wm. Parnham, Gent. 130/. 

Clerk of the Stables^ David Paiker, 
Eq; 350/: 

Purveyors and Gramtors , Kcnry Re- 
vely, and John Barton, Efqrs. 

/^Aptain, Earl of Aylefford, 1000/. 
^ Lieut. Hem yCroifdale, Efq* ^oo/. 
pnfign, R. Rickards, Efq-, 300I. 

ExOliS, 

Wm. Annefley, Sieph. Remnant, 
W. R- Why-thing, H. Cypriane, 

Efqrs. 150/. 
Cierk of the Cheque, Francis Barker, 

Efq; \ %6h 
Secretary, Jonat. Glover, Efq; 100/. 

The Honour ableBand of Gen 
tlemen Pensioners, iniiituted 
1 $09. 

ffiAptaitty Vifc. Falmouth, 100c/. 
Lieut. Jofeph Ei'daile, Efq; qoo/. 

Standard-bearer, Edward Bo! caw an 
Frederick, Elq; 310A 

Clerk of the Cheque, Thomas Hay- 
ward, Efq; 110/. 

Vaymajler, Philip Cade, Efq; 

ILiflin^er, S. Boulding. 

Axe-keeper and Mefjenger, Richard 
Scale. 

Yeomen of the Guard of it t - 
Majesty's Body, formed i486". 

The ESTABLISHMENT of H ,g 
ROYAL HIGHNESS, GEORGE 
AUGUST. FRED. Prikce ov 
WA : LlTs. 

Groom of the Stole, 

Lord Southampton. 

Guiit emen of the Bed-Chamber , 

Lord Vifc. Melbourne. 

Led Vile. St. Afiph. 

Earl of CJermont. 

Lord Charles Somerfet. 

Treafurer and Secretary, 

Col. Hulfc. 

Cmipir.of theHcuJhcId, (. K.Tvnte,Efq; 
Majlet of the Rjbes, and Privy Purje, 
Hon H. S. Conway. 
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Grooms cf the. Bed-chamber., 
Col. C. Leigh. Hon. Col Stanhope 
Col. Dyer, Bart, W,.rwk. Lake,Efq ; 
Hon.G. Fftzroy. Col. S anwyx. 
Col. Ed. Stevens. Hon.E. Botiverie. 
Lt Col. St. Leger. 

Gentlemen Ujhers, Cap*. H. Wyn- 
ya d, Capt.VV. Birch, A. Robinfon, 
Efq; 

Private Sec. Rev. Mr. BJomberg, 

Major J. Doyle. 
Accountant and Sub Treafurer^ Mr. 
Robinfon. 

Pages of the Pre fence, 
Thomas Atwocd, R. How;, ham, 
Edw. Todd, W. Cole, Efqrs. 

Pages cf the Back Stairs, 
Jno. Lockley, J. Hicks, 
J. C. Sainthague, and 
J. Mills, J. M'Eune, Efqrs. 

Thy ftt tans r 

Warren, 
Dr. Robeit Haifa*, F. A S. 
Phyfiaans Extra. 
Gilbert Bis tie. 
Hugh Kennedy. 
D. Mt cairn. 
Dr. J. M. Hayes, 

Piyji tan to the Hwjhchl, Dr.G.BIane. 
Surgeon, T. Ktate, Efq; 

Surgeons Ex'ra. 
\. Birch, }. Philips, 

j Ogle, R GrindaiL Efqrs. 

Surg. Den tiff, R Ru'pini, fen. & jutt. 
Surg. to ti , He .Jb. John Philips, Efq^ 
Apothecaries, Mellrs. Walker and 
Young. 

CUrk :/ the Chjet^ John Lockman, 
D. D. 200I. 

7/ Ordinary , 

— Scott, 

— Nugent, k ■ 

— Johns, 
W. Pe.er.-, 

— Ord, 
james Dcuglas. 

Department cf the Stable?. 
Firji Equerry and Csmiwjfi oner of the. 
Stables, Col. Geirard Lake. 

Equerries 



Dr. 



Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 



Rev. 



Chap. lai+$ 
V Barker, ; 

Collier, 

C. Gough, 
Mofits T iter, 
S. Hodgson, 
B. Fo-.rd, 



I 



Omcfers, &c 



Equerries, 
Lt.Col. G.Hanger,Hon. Cap. Ludlow, 
Capt. R. Scott, Ant St.Leger. 
Lt. Col. Churchill, Lt. Thos. Dyer. 
Pages of Honour, Fra. G. Lake, 

J. F. IWng, Efqrs. 
Clerk of the Stables, J. Gill, 

Officers of the Duchy of 

Co RNWALL. 

Lord Warden of the Stanaries, an<\ 
Steward of the Duchy in the Coun 
ties' of Devon and Cornwall, Right 
Hon! Geo Leege, Vifc. Lewitliam 

Vice Warden, Cornwall, John Tho- 
mas, Efq; 

. , Devon, Warwick Hele Ton- 

kyn, Efq; 

Surveyor Gen. Sir Edw. Bayntun, Bt 
Dep. Surveyor, Rd. Gray, Efq; 
Auditor, Captain J. W. Payne. 
Dip. Auditors, Rich. Gray and Rob. 

Grav, Efyrs. 
Rec Gen. Lord Eliott. 
Dep. Receiver, Anhur Puckey, Efq(; 
Alt. Geft. Hon. Tho. Frfkine. 
S*Uc.Gen. Arthur Pigntt, Efq; 
A Jay M after cf' c l in, ]!Hare,Jun Efq; 
(^^n;tr.oftheCcina<res^].\yi\rc\ort\iXc]\ 
Steward of th: Hundreds, Jas. Tip 

pett, jun. Efq; 
CtttftabU of Launccflon Caftle, Duke 

or Northumberland. 

' Th» Hon. Co'jnc i l cf his Roy- 
\l Highness the Prince of 

W ALES. 

Ld. S luthampton, Col.Gerrard Lake, 
Vi'C. Lcwifham, Hon. T. Erikine, 
l>rd Eliott, Arthur Pigott, 
Sir Ed. Bayntun, Col. Sam. Hulfe. 
Henry Lyte, 
'.i-irkict the Council, Richard Gray, 
and Wm. Birch, Flqrs. 

ARLtSHMENTOF HIS RoVAL 

HiGHHtsa the Prince of 
Wales, a* High Steward of 
Scotland. 
SiC. Chamberlain, and Keeper cf the 
Sig'iety Hon. G K.. l\:ph:nftonc. 



Keeper of the Great Seal, Rt. K«fi. 

James Monigomerie. 
Barons of the Exchequer* and Commif- 
ficners. 

Rt. Hon. James Montgomerte, 
Hon. Fletcher Norton, 
Hon. Sir John Dalrymplc, Bart. 
Hon. Cofmo Gordon, 
Hon. David Stuart Moncriefr. 
Advocate, Hon, Henry Krfr^r.e. 
Sol. and Agent, David Erlkire, Efq? 
Chaplains, Dr. Sir H. Moncrief, Dr. 
Lamont. 

Fhyficians, Dr. Alex. Stevenfon, 
Dr. A.Duncan. 

Sia te Coun [el ': rs. 
Hon. G. K. ElphinRone, 
St Thomas Dundis, Bart. 
Charles Dundas, Efq; 
Hon Henry Frlkine. 
A. Fergufon, Efq; 

Establishment of hig R^yal 
Highness theDuke of Yo r k. 

Covifir oiler and Mafier of the H.uje- 
hold. 

Major Gen. R. GrcnviKr. 

Treat 'urer and Secretary, 
Col. George Hotham. 

Grooms of the Bedchamh. r . 
Lt Col. Morfne;:d, and 
Capt. C. CrauforJ, H Bunbury,Efq. 

Equertes, 
Capt. W.Wynynrd, and 
Sir C. Afg II, Bt C. Fitzr y, Efq. 

Sri retary for Foreign Affairs. 
Maj-r fonpf] De Bude. 
Phyftcian, 

Surrcon. T. Keate, Efq; 

Apothecary. Thorn. s Weft. 

Accountant and Sub Treasurer , M. . 
Rnbinfon. 

Meffknger, Mr. Lewis. 

Establishment of his Royal 
H i r , H a e bs / e Du c b Cla- 
rence. 

Trcafircr and C:mptrollcr, Hon. Geo. I 

Keith FlphinHone. 
$ub. '/ , eaj urcr, Mr. Robertfon. 

Grooms 



Her Majeft/s 

Gt corns ef the Bedchamber, 
Sir ]. B. Warren, rnd 
C.M.PoleyETq; W.DaIrympie,Efq. 

EqutrUSy 
H. C. Chriftian, ' and 
Hon. John, Rodney, J. Byde,. Efqrs. 

€hablain$, 
Rev.G.Waddington- Rev. J. Cole, 
Rev. F Lloyd, Rev. J Bidlake, 
Rev. W. Tuting, Rev.H.Harnfon. 
thyfuians, Dr. Oirb. Blane. 
Surgeons, Thomas Keate, F. Knight, 
Efqrs. 

Extra. Surgeon,; Mr. G. Rutherford, 

Mr. Halliday. 
Apothecary, Mr. Pratten, Mr. Atkin- 

ioQ . 

Hep MAJESTY'S HOUSHOLD. 

(Drawing-Room every Thurfdczy . ) 
/~V[amberlain t Earl of Aylefbury, 
° i zoo/. 

Vice-Chamb. Hon. S. Digby, 500I. 
Treasurer, vacant. 
Deputy, T. J. Matthias. 
Secretary and Comptroller, Hon. Rich. 
Howard. 

Attorney-General, Charles Ambler, 

£%, 250/. 
Solicit or -General, Geo. Harulngc, Efq; 
A'ljjhr of the Horfe, Earl of Harcouit, 

800// 

Equerries, 
Col. J. Crawford, 
Edwin Fran. Stanhope, Efq; 
R. Klundell, Efq; 

Pages cf Honour. 
H. Bunbury, 
Geo. Sediey, Efqrs. 
Miflrejs of the Robes, DoW; DutcheiV 
of Ancatter, ^ooi. 
Ladies of the Bed-Chamber. 500I. 
Countefs Dow. cf Egremont. 
Count eis Dow. of HolderneiTe. 
Marchionefs of Bath. 
Countefs of Pembroke. 
Countefs of Harcourt, 
"Vifcountef* Sydney. 



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Maids of Honour. 3 coL ' 
Mifs Diana Beancierck. 
Mils Mary Tryon. 
M i fs C a ro 1 i n jJ/ern on , 
Mils Eiiz. Jefife'ryes. 
Mifs Augufta Brudcnell. 
Mifs Julia Digby. 

Bedchamber Women. 30CL 
Hon. Mrs. Frances TraCv. j y. 
Hon* Mi s. A nne Brudeneil. 
Mrs. Sophia Fielding. 
Mrs. Georgina Herbert.:, 
Hon. Mrs. A. M. E^e. ton. 

Keepers of the Robes, . 
Mrs. Schwellenbergen, 
Mrs. F. Burney. 

Sempjlrefs and Laundrefs, 
Hon. Mifs Anne Bofcawen. 

Gent. UJhers of the Privy Chamber, 
John Jenkinl'on, Efq; 
Col Gull. Guydickens. 
John Cowllade,Efq; 200I. 

Ger.tlemen-Ujhers, Daily Waiters, 

Patrick Bellew, and 

Thomas Fauquier, J. Smith, Efqrs . 
150!. each. 

Gentlemen UJhers, Quarter Waiters 

Lt. Col C. Rooke, and 

T. Pechcil, R.Molefwortb, 

Efqrs. 1 ool. each. 

Pares of the Prejence. 
Mr. H. Suther'and, Mr. Cooper. 
\ Hyficians, Sir Geo. Eaker,Bt. F.R.S. 

Dr. lohn Turton, F.R.S. 200I. 
?hyfician to the Hiufhold, Dr. Tho- 

*mas Gifnornc, F R. S. 
Vhyfcian Extra. Dr. James Ford. 
Surgeon, Pennel Hawkins, Efq; T. 

Keate, Efq; 
Surgeon to the HouJbM, William 

Bromfield, Efq; i^oi. 
Apothecary, M r . A. kverard Brand. 
Clerk :f the Stables, William Cowmen, 

Efqj 1 50/. 



Band 



Herald's Office. 



&W of MuftC) ioo/. tnth. 
Mr. Rawlirigs, Mr. Nkfcdut 
Mr. Murray, arid 
Mr. Vincent, Mr. Papendick. 

The Eflablijbment of the Pr I N cess, 
Roy a l. 

Pto/, Chrift. Pa pendick,— Duncan, 
Efqrs, 

Ejtabhfbmmt of tie Royal 

GrvernejrS) Lady Char. Finch, 600/. • 
Sttb-Governefs, Mils M. C. (Joldi- 

worthy, 300/. 
Ladies of the Bedchamber , Lady F. 

Waldegrave, and Lr.dy M. Howe 
FrcW; Gc<vernefs, Mad. de Mont- 

mollin, 300*'. 
. Englijh ditto. Mrs. J Coram, and 

Mifs P tenia, 1: 0/. 
Wlufic-Majler, Mr. C. F. Horn 
Writing-Ditto , Mr.C'to. Boicjn. 

His Royal Highness, theDukf. 

of G£ UCESfER\ Court. 
Treafurer, Rev. Dr. Duvall, F.R.S. 
Secretary, Rev'* Dr. Duval, F.R.S. 

Groepts of the Bedct.amher, 
Lt. Col. Hey wood, and 
H. D. Vincent, Ef rs. 
Equerries, 
Hon. Mr. Bcnna, and 
Capiain Cox. Win. Speed 

Paget ffjf //v fcrefence, 
Mr. Knigh:, Mr. Faladcwn, 

The Herald's Off i ce. 

TfArl Marjhal, and Hered. E. Mar- 
joal oj England) The Duke ol 
Norfolk. 
Secretary, J. C. Brooke, Efq; 
Regijhr, G. Harrilbn, Efq; 

King* of Arms. 
Garter, Principal King of Arms, 

Sir tfaac Heard, flat, 
Clarencicux, Tho. Loci;, Efq; 

Nur;j, George Harriion, Liu/, 



Chefler, John Martin Leake, Efq; 

Benjamin Pingo, Kfcj; 
Richmond, Ralph Bighnd, Efq; 
Wtndfor, Francis Townitnd, Etq; 
Lane after, Charles Town-ley, El'q; , 
Scmerjet, J C Brooke, F.S.A. 

Pur juiv ants. 
Blue Mantle, Edm. Lodge, Efq; 
Rouge Croix, J. Atkmfon, Gent. 
Rouge Dragon, J. M. Philips. Cent. 
Partcullice, J. Doddington Forth, Efq. 

Heralds Extraordinary , 
Norfolk, Step. Mai tin Leake, Efq; 
A; u n de /, Th o m a s B e w e s , E f< j ; 
Blanch Lyon Purfuiuant^ Alex. Orch- 
tei lony, Kfq; 

Knights of the Garter. 

1 350. 

His Majefly, Sovereign of the Order. 

3 1 Ccnzhanuns. 
The Piince of Wales. 
Duke or York. 
Duke ot Clarence. 
Pi ince Edward", 
Prince Ernelt Auguflus. 
Prince Augullus Frederick. 
Prince Adolphus Frederick. 
Duke of Gloucerter. 
Piince of Orange. 
Duke of Mecklenb. Strelitz. 
Duke of Brunfwick. 
Duke of Newcaltle. 
Fail of Hertford. 
Eari of Bute. 
Duke of Marlborough. 
Duke of Gra ton. 
Marq. of Stafford. 
Marq. of Bath. 
Earl of Guildford. 
Duke of Richmond. 
Duke of Devonlht.e. 
Marq. of Lanfdown. 
Landgrave of HefTe Ciffel, 
DuKe of Beaufort, 
Marq of Buckingham. 
F.arl Cornwall is, 
Duke of Doilet. 

Duke 



Knights of the Bath ana Thiftle. 



Duke of Northumberland. 

Duke of Saxegoiha, 
Duke of Leeds, 
Earl of Chatham. 

Officers belonging to the Order. 
Prelate, The'Biihop of Winchefter. 
Chancellor, The EiOiop of Sal injury 
R?g{/ler,Bp ofL'tchfie ld and Coventry 
Garter King of Arms, Sir Ifaac 

Heard, Knt. 
U/ber of the Garter and Black Roci, 

Sir Francis Moly;-.eaux, Knt. 

Knights of the Bath. 
* 399- 

His Majefty, Sovereign of the Order. 
36 Companions. 

Duke of York. 

EarJ of Beaulieu. 

Sir George Pococke. 

Lord Howard. 

Lord Dover 

Si 1 George Warren. 

Loid Am he 1 it. 

Earl Bellamont. 

Sir Ralph Payfle. 

S r Charles Hoth*m, Bt. 

Sir Robt. Murray Keith. 

Lord Macartney 

Sir William Hamilton. 

Sir Geoi ge Howard. 4 

Sir Robert Gunning'. 

Rt Hon. S r John Blaquiere. 

St William Gordon. 

Lord DorcheiUr. 

Sir Wm. Howe. 

Sir Henry Clinton. 

Sir Edward Hughes. 

Lord Malrmfbury. 

Sir Hector Munro. 

Lord Rodney. 

Sir John Jei vis. 

Sir Charles Gray. 

S;r Robert Boyd. 

Sir Wm. Fawcctt. 

Yilcuunt Galway. 



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Sir George Yonge. 
Sir Alex. Hood. 
Sir Robert Sloper. 

Principal Officers. 
Dean of the Order, Dr. John Thomas, 

Bifhop of Rochester. 
Genealogifty and Black Ccurjier Herald^ 

John SurField Browne, Efq; 
Geni.-Ufier of the Scarlet Rod, and 

Brunjwick Herald, Sir Ifaac Heard, 

Knt. 

Regifter, Win. Fauquier, Efq. 
Bath King of Arms, Sir Tho. Grey 
Cullum, Bt. 

Knights of the Thistle. 
1 70 j. 

His Majefty, Sovereign of the Order, 
11 Companions % 

His R. H. Duke ef Clarence. 

Duke of Queer.fberry. 

Karl of CarfiOe. 

Diikeof Buccieugh. 

V lc. Stormont. 

Duke of Roxburgh. 

Karl of Rofcb*. rry. 

Eari of Galloway. 

Duke of Gordon. 

Marquis or Lothian* 

Duke of I lamilton. 

Eari of Ailefbury. 

Principal Officers. 

Dean of the Order, Dr. George Hi! J. 

Secretary, Geo. Dempltcr, Efq; 

Lion K. of Arms, Camp- Hooke, Efq; 

Gent. - Ujher of the Green Rod, Mat- 
thew Robert Arnott, Efq; 
PRIVY-SEAL — In Whitehall. 

Lord Keeper ef the Privy Seal, Mar- 
quils or Stafford. 

Secretary, Jofeph Bel Ion, Efq; 
Clerks (0 the Privy -Sea I, 

Rich. Grenville, Jnc. Reynardfon, 

Rich. Potenger, J.M'Donald,Eiqrs. 
Deputies, 

Jof. Bet fori, J no. Larpent, Efqrs. 
Office Keeper, Mr. J. Oilier. 

SECRE- 



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Secretary of State's Office. 



SECRETARY of STATED Off ice 

Home Department, Whitehall. 

OEcretary, Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas. 
Under-Secretaries, Evan Nepean, 
Scrope Bernard, Efqrs. 500/. 
ChiefCUrk^ Willliam Pollock, Efq;-— 

Foreign Affair Whitehall. 
Secretary} Lord Grenviiie, 3000/. 
Under-Secret. James Bland Burges 

Efq; — Geo. Auft, Efq. 
Chief Clerk, Jeremiah Sneyde, Efq; 
Ga^eite- Wr iter, Win. Fraier, 300/. 
Gaxtite Pi inter, Edward John 

tton, E.q-, 
Lttfin-Secre tary, 
200/. 

Jnterf>. cf Oriental Lang. Simon 

Lucas, Efq-, 
Tranjviit. cj State Papers, Thoma^ 

Ramfden, Efq. 
Principal Decypherer, Edward Willes, 

Efq; 500/. 

SIGNET-OFFICE In Whitehall 

Clerks. 

jamts Rivers, 

Montagu VVilkinfon, 

John Tirel! Moriu, 

William Fraier, Efqrs. 

Deputies, C. BrieUcke, Wm.Pollock 

Lords ~f/ the Committee of Council, 
appointed by his Mnjejly, for the 
Cenji deration of all Matters relat- 
ing to Trade and Foreign Planta- 
tions. 

Prcfident. Lord Hawkefbury, 
Dep. Pref. Duke of Montrofe. 
The Archbp. of Canterbury, 
Firfl Lord or the Trt;,iury> 
Fird Lord of the Admiralty, 
The Principal Secretaries of Siafe, 
Chance llor and Under Trealurer of 

the Exchequer, 
Speakei of ihe H. of Commons, 
Chancellor of ihtDuchy of Lancadcr, 



Paymallers of the Force?, 

Tieafurerof the Navy, 

Matter of the Mmt, 

I he Speaker of ihe Houfe of Com- 
mons of Ireland, and fuch Officers 
of State in that Kingdom who ?\t~ 
Privy Counsellors in t!vs, 

Lord Fiederick Campbell, 

Lord Kenyon, 

Lord Dover. 

Lord Auckland, 

Thomas Kailey, Efq; 

fames Grenville, Ffq; 

Thomas Orde, Efq; 

Secretaries, Stephen Cottrell, Wil- 
liam Fawkener. 

Seven Clerks and three Mefiengers. 

Commissioners for the Ma* 

liAGEMEKT OF THE AFFAIRS 

of the East Is dies. 

Rt. Hon. Lord Grenville, Prejident. 

Rt. Hon. William Pitt, 

Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas, 

Duke of Vlonirofe. 

Loid Archib. Campbell. 

Rt. Hon Tho. Steele. 

Sec. Hen. Beauty, Efq; 

Und. Sec. Hon. W. Brv.diick. 

Sol. Francis Ruflel!, Efq, 

Chief CLrky James Bradley, Efq; 

FOREIGN MINISTERS, 
refidmg in England, 

America. 
Con Jul Jof. Johnflon,Elq; 

Bavaria. 

Er.v Extra, and Min. Plea. Comte 

de Hailang. 
Sec. M. Aubert, Hat ley-flreet. 

Denmark, 
Envoy Extra. Count de Wedel 

Jarl/bergh, WimpoU-Jlreet . 
Sec. M. Schonborn. 

France, 

dmbaf. 

Sec and Min. M. Barthelemy, Port- 
man' J 'qua re. 

Germany 



Foreign Mini 

Germany. 
Envoy, Comte de St-adion. 
Sep. "Baron de Raigersfeldt. 
Cotfu/, M. Songa. 

Hanover, 

Min. B.. de 'Alven'fleben, Grojvenot 
Square. 

Hans Towns, 
Agent, Henry Heymann, Efq; Lin- 
coin s-lnn-Fields . 

Holland, 

Envoy and Fien. Baron de Nagell, 
Sec. M. deTinne, Hereford Jireet. 
Poland/ 

Mm. PIcn. Chev. Bukatty, Man* 
ckefler-Jquare. 

Portugal, 
EEnvoy Extra, and AT n. Flen. 
Charge $ 'Affair s % M. de Freire, 
South At dl y Jireet. 

Pruflia, 

Env. Extra Count de Redern, 

-Sorter jet ■■Jireet. 
ConjkJ, M.Vridag. 

Ruflia, 

Envoy and Hi in. Pre*, Comte de 

Woraofcow, Uf>j>$r Harley-ft. 
Sic. M. l/l'akewi'tz, 
Conjii!, Alex. Baxter, Efb. 

SatV.inia, 

'Envy Extra. Count St. M.utin de 
F r 0*1 1, Linc-ln s- Inn-Fie Id I . 
Saxony, 

Envoy Ext. Count Bruhl, Dover fir. 
Wit* Mr. Ernell. 

Spaflfr, 

Amhaf. Extra. Marq. del Campo, 

A'/<7 h r /» ri3 ir-lquare. 
Sec. M- le Chev. Mofinedo. 

Sweden, 

Envoy Ex! r B. de Nolken, Great 

Cumberland ftrcet. 
Couhtl, M. Grill, 

Two Sicilies, 
£awy &*r. - prinee de Caftelficalla, 
F.rtmanjlrcet . 

Venice, 

Reftdent, Nfonf. Lavezzary, Somerfet- 
Jlrect, Fortman J'q. 



and Confuls. (67) 

HIS MAJESTY'S MINISTERS 
ABROAD. 

Bruflfells. 

fSruJJels, Mi n. Flen. Vifc.Torrington. 

Conftanftinpple, 
Amb. Sir Rob, Ainflie, Kt. 

Copenhagen, 
Env, and Mitt. PI en. 
Sec. of Leg. Frances Drake, Efq; 

Florence, 
Envoy Extr. Lord Hervey, 
Frartce, 

4mb. Ext. and Plen. Earl Cower. 
Sec. Lord Robeit Hen. Fitzgeraid 

Hans Towns, 
Minif. Plen. Hen. Frafer, Elq. 
Holland, 

Amb. Extra, and Flen. Rt. Hon. Ld, 

Auckland. 
Min. Plentpo. Ld. Henry Spencer. 
Naples, 

Env. Ext. and Flen. Sir William Ha- 
m.hon, Kw. B. 

Poland, 
Env. Extr. D. Mailee, Elq; 
At Dantxig, Alex. Gibfone, Efq. 
Portugal, 

Env. Ext. and PleniPo. Hon. Robert 
Walpole. 

Pruflia, 

Env. Ext. and Flen. Mor. Eden, Efq-, 
Sec. of Leg. Hon. Win. Eliott. 
Ruffia, 

Env. Extra, and Plen. Charles Whit- 

worih, Efq. 
Sec. cf Legation, Wm. Lindfay, Efq. 

Saxony. ^ 
Env. Ext. and Plen. Hugh Elliott, 
Elq-, 

To the Eleclor Palatine and Diet of 
R ttifbon, Thomas Walpole, Elq. 
Spain, 

A>r : b. Extra, and Plen. Lord St. 

Helens, 
Sit, of Emhaff. 

Swifs Cantons. 
Charge d'Aff. Col. Braun. 

Sv.-eden, 
Envoy Ext. Rob. Litton, Efq. 

Turin, 



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The Law Courts. 



Turin, 

Env, Ext. and Pin. f ion. JohnTre vor, 

mi* Tr.os. Jackfon, Efq. 

Venice, 

R'sfulent, 

Vienna, 

Env. Extr. and Plempo. Sir R. M. 

Keith, Bt 
Sec. Leg. A S; ration, Efq. 
Hi&Majesty's Consuls Abroad. 

Holland. 
Amfterdam, H. P. Ri.h, Efq; 
Rotterdam, Ja*. Cr.iurui d., Efq; 
Ruffia, 

C*,t/«/ Gfti. J. Galley, Efq. 

Pruflla, 

Memel, J. Durno, Efq. 

Denmark, 
Elfin lire, Nicb.Fenwick, Efq. 

Norway, 
Bergen, John Wallace, Efq; 
Druithetm^ Alex. Brown, Efq; 

Sv.'tden, 
Gothenburg, T. Erlkine. 
Circle of Lc-wjr Saxony, and the Hans 

Towns, William H u bury, Efq 
Circle of the Lczv.Rhineftliend, New- 
port, and Borage* Sir John Peter. 
Tricfie, Fiume, &c. E. Stanley, Efq. 

Portugal, 
JJfoon, Sir Jno Hort, Bart. 
Oporto, John Whitehead, Efq. 
Faro^ John Latnprlere, Efq. 
Madeira, Charles Murray, Efq. 
Spain, 

Madrid, Vonf.&en. Ant. Merry, Efq. 

Galii i", A icx Tardine, Efq. 

Sevil e and St. Lucar, J. Hunter, Eiq. 

Cadiz, J. Duff, Eiq. 

Canaries, 

Malaga, M. Gregory, Efq. 
Carthager.a, Pa» . Wilkie, Efq. 
AH cant, D»n. Bud, Eiq. 
Barcelona, W. Gregory, Eq. 
Majorca, Minorca, and I vie a, H. S. 
Blanckley, Efq. 

Italy, 

Cagliari, Michael GillinhT, Efq. 
Genoa, Jofeph Brain me Ef j. 
Le'h'jrn, John Udney, Efq. 



Sir. James Douglas. Knt. 
Ni(e, N. Given, Efq. 
Sicily, Dan. Boomelltr, Efq. 
Malta, 

V e nice, John Watfon, Efq. 
Zante, Speridion Foiefli, Efq. 

A mei ica, 
Conjul Gen, Sir J. Temple, Bt. 
Philadelphia, Phtnias Bond, f fq. 
Chat left own, George Mtller, Efq. 
Virginia, john Ha milt rn, Ef<|. 
Majfachujjcti, J MM)ono gh, Efq. 

Ba> biry, 
Maria Matra, Efq. 
/Ugiers, Charles Lofrie, Efq. 
Tripoli; Geo. Burgh-ail , Efq. 
Tunis, Perking Magrath, Efq. 
E SJf>*\ George Baldwin, Efq. 
Smyrna, Anthony Hayes, Efq. 
Cyprus, M. de Vezin, Efq. 
Aleppo, C. Smith, Efq. 
Sahnica, John Olifer, Efq. 

The Law Courts. 
The High Court of Chancery.. 

T ORD Chancellor, Rt. Hon. Lordd 
^ I'hurh'W. 

Majler of the Rolls, 
Rt.Hon. Sir Rich. Pepper Arden, Kt. 
Masters in Chancery. 

R.t Hon. SirR.P. Arden, Knt. 

Pet. Holford, F. R. S. 

Wm. Greaves, Efq. 

John Earaes, Eiq. 

£dw, Montague, Efq. 

I.dwa, d Leeds, Efq. 

Wm. Wei let Pcpys, Efq. 

John Ord, Efq. 

J. V/ilmott, Efq 

A lex. Poph :m, Efq. 

T. Walker, Efq. 

John Springer, Efq. 

Acccmptant-General, T. Walker, Efq, 

Clerk cf the Cr,njon, Hon. J Yoike,. 

Deputy Clerk Joferh Baldwin, Efq. 

Prothonotaries, Rob. W ilmot,Efqi ane 

Rev. Charles Willes, D. D. 
Deputy, John Adams. 

Th 



His MajeRys Courts of Law 

The Six Clerks 



SAmuel Reynardfon, Efq; F. R.S 
Chriftopher Zincke, Efq; 
Nehtmiah Winter, Efq; 
William Sewell, Efq; 
John Kipling, Efq; 
Walden Henry Hanmer, Efq; 
Record Keeper, J. H. Bateman. 
Principal Regifter, Duke of St. Al- 
bans. 

Lord Chancellor's Re gift en, Jofeph 

Dickens, Ben. Green, Efqrs. 
M after of the Rolls Regifters, Steph. 

' Martin Leake, Peter-Wright, Efqrs. 
Clerk of Exceptions, john Fofter. 
Entering Clerks, Fr. Dickens, James 

Weldon, Efqrs. 
Mafter of the Report Office, Thos. 

Elde, Efq; 
Regifter of the Affidavits, Elbor 

Woodcock. Efq; F. R. S. 

Hanaper -Office. 
Trnftees, J. T. Bait, Efq; and 
E. Woodcock, Efq; 
Deputy, H. E. Church, Efq; 

Dispensation Office. 

Clerk, Hon. Apfley Bathurfl: 
Deputy, Charles Talbot, "Efq 



Secretary of the Prefentaticns, Robert 
Talbot, Efq; 

Sixty- five Commiffi oners of Bankrupts, 

Patentee for making cut Commijjions of 

Bankruptcy, Hon. John Yorke. 
Deputy, John Htaton, Efq; 
Clerk of the Briefs, Wm. Philips, 

Efq;, 

Clerks of the Inrohnents, the fix 
Clerks in Chancery and three 
Clerks of the Petty Bag. 

Clerk of the Jnrolmsnts, in ditto, Har- 
ry Harmood, Efq-, 

Dep. Ch. Hen Tabbt, Efq; 

Clerk of the Cuftodies of Ideots and 
Lunatic ks, 

Edward Thurlow, Efq; 

Corporation of CURSlTORS, 

Principal Curfitor, J. Walker, Efq; 
Affijhmts, T. Hammond, and John 
Vernon. — 2,4 Curfitors. 

LORD CHANCELLOR'S Office*. 

P' incipat Secretary, H. Wiimot, Efq; 
Purfe-Bearer , John Holr, Efq; 
Sec. of Bankrupt.-, E!b. W uodcock, F.fq; 
Of PreJentaHon, Rob. Talbot, Efq; 



Warden of the Fleet, John Ey les, Ffq, j Qf tb / Peaee c harlcs Bragfck Efq; 



Keeper of Records in the Tower, Tho 

A (lie, Efq; 200 /• 
Clerk of the Records in the Rolls Chapel, ' c q qU 

John Kipling, Efq; 

Examiner's Office. 

Examiner^ Henry Flitcroft. 
Clerks of the Petty-Bag, Hen. Thomas, 

P. Parry, Tho Mendham, Efqrs. 
Patentee of the Subpoena Office, Wm 

Courteney, Efq. 
Receiver sf the Sixpenny W t it Office, 

James Saver, Efq; 
Chafe-Wax^ Walter Pye, and Geo. 

Buller. 



Of Lunat.G. Vanheythi fen, Elq; 
Commtjjtcner s oj Luna: it ks . 

A. Greenland, 
F. Wuodhoufe, and 
T. JekylJ, A. Pye, Efqrs, 

Rec. cf Fines, John Fanfhauw, Efq; 
Sec. of Decrees, &c. Randal Ford, 
Sec. of Briefs, John Narc?, 
Serjt. at Arms, William Watfon, 
Purfuivt. Har Ha r mood, Efqrs. 
Gent, of the Chamber, Mr. S. Brocks, 

Mr. R. Cowsr. . , 

UJher of the Ha!!, Mr. R. Aldus. 

Officers to the Mafter of the ROLLS. 

Chief Sei 



Sealer, Rev. William Lloyd. 

Clerk of the Letters Patent, V al. Henry* Under Sc. John Smith, 
Wilmor, Efq; ' \Train-bearer, John Homes, 

Examiner of diitt Andrew Huddle- \Ujber of lie dur', M. Critchef,F.fqr*. 
ftone, Efq; 

17V*. KING'* 

K 



TiisTvlajefty's Courts of Law. 



K ING'S B E'NC H. 
J OrJ Chief Jujlfce, Lord Kcnyon, 
^ 5500/. 

I U S T I C E 5. 

Sir Wm. H. Afliurft, Kt 

Sir Francis Buller, Kt. 

Sir Nath. Groie, Kt. 2400/. 



CROWN OFFICE. 
Ti/fJ/ler, james Templer, 
1X1 Marjiai,\Vm. Jones, 
Secondary.?™. & Hen* Barlow, 
Clerk of the Rules, H. Deakry,Efqrs« 

Clerks in Court. 
Fr. Barlow, J. O. Jones, 

Rob. Belt, Hen. Oealtry, 

G. Lepipre, H B irlow, Eiqrs. 

Chief Ckrks cn the Pliers Side. 
Lord Vile. Stormont, and John Way, 

Efq; 

Secondary, Edward Benton, Efq; 
Clerk of the Pules, J. F. Abbot, Efq; 

g f the ref ers, Rob. Aullen,E1q; 

, 9 f t he D a y R « le t , J a * . W a I k e r , E f< J ; 

if the Dockets, Dep. Jo. Stride 

of tie Declarations, Dep. J 

Maddocks. 
of Bails, Pcfleas and Epreats, 

Rkhard Waller' Ffq; 
Signer ofthefVr.ts, Wm. WcW>, anu 

Wm, Prevoft. 
&£w*r 0/ J>f MitUuJeXyTho. 

Braithwaitc. 
C«/?c/ Brevium, Sir David Lindfay, Bt 

in.wiy, Efq; 
Cfrri tf" // <r «/*/*r Treafury, Thomas 

White, Efq; 
Clerk of the outer Ireafury, Mr 

Andrew Edge. 
Filacer, Exi-enter, and Clerks of th. 

Outlawries, Mr. Patience, Thoma 

Adams. 

Chrk of the Errors, P. Parry, Efq; 

Marfial ana Agtctate to Chief JuJ 
ttce, W n. Jones, E q; 

tecefri?-Ge**raI*f the Profits of the 
Seals in the Kings-Bench and Com- 
«.«/Vwx,DukeofGi-*lioa. 



Clerks Assize. 

Heme, Jerome Knap, Efq; 

/Iffociate, Mr. Wm. Pope. 
Midland, John Biencowc, F,!q; 
A foci ate, 

Norfolk, Gerard Dutton Fleetwood. 
A [foci ate, Mr. Bury, Efq; 
Northern, John Rigge, Lfq; 
Affoaate, Mr. J. F. Hilditch. 
Oxford,. Mere*. Price, Ftq; 
Affoaate, Mr. B. Price. 
JPV/?*r«,John Follett, Efq; 
Affaciate, Mr. Vanderzee. 



Common-Pleas. 

T Ord Chief Jufiice, Rt. Hon. Ld. 
Loughborough, 4500/. 

Justices. 

Sir Henry Gould, Knt. 
John Heaih, Efq; 
Sic John Wilfon, Knt. 

2400/. each. 
Cufles Brevium, John Browning, Efq% 
Lady Caroline Eden, Jof. Hankin, 
and Edw. Gore, Elqr*. 
Deputy, Th. Fr. Martin, Efq; 
Chief Prcthov.otaries, Wm. Main war- 
ing, Anth. Dickins, and Henry 
Ear\e, feftjrs. 400/. each. 
Secondaries, Henry Fothergill, and 

Wm. Skinn. 
Clerk oj the judgments and Re'verfals, 
Rowland Lickbaiuow. 

of the Dockets and Declarations , 

Thomas Sherwood. 

of the Rcioi>eriet, G. Byard. 

Clerk of the War ranis, Inrohncnts 
and Ejlrcats, KeeneFiizgerald,Elq; 
Dep. Richard Lee. 
Chirographer, Sir G. Colebroke, Bt. 
Secoandry, James Garth, Eiq; 
Rtpifier Roht. Duckworth Efq; 
Clerk:ftherreafury,Tho.]ei\'veys,,\L(q', 
Treajury-Kceper, George Stubbs. 
Clerk of the %rw % Thomas Bever. 

— Kin^s 



His Majefty's C 

—King's Siher-Ofce,Wm.D&v/, Efq; 
— Efjoigns, Mr. N. Smith. 
— Errors, 8; Hough, Efq; 
— -Outlawries , Alt. General's Clerk, 

/>r$ temp, 
' — Jurats, Mich. Dorfet, 
Marfoal a -id Afj'ociate to the Chief 

Jujitte, William Randall, Efq; 
Exigenter, Mr. Jas Meadowcrott. 
Hereditary Prod a mat or-, John Walker 

Heneage, Efq; 

The Exchequer. 
/^Hancellor, Rt. Hon.V/m. Pitt, 
^ Lord Chief Baron, Sir James 

Eyre, Knt. 3500/. 

Barons. 
Sir Beaum. Hotham, Knt. 
Sir Rich. Perryn, Knt. 
Sir Alex. Thomfoa", Kt 2400/. each. 
Curfitor-Barcn^Yvunzh MaiTeres, Efq; 

F. R. S. 400/. 
Secretary to the Chancellor, William 

Belingham, Ef<$; 500/. 
AjjiflaM Sec. Root Gray, Efq; 
King's Remembrancer, Hon. Edward 

James Elliott. 
Dep. Fran. Ingram, Efq; 
Secondaries, R. Wood, Edw. Tayloi, 

Efqrs. 

Treafnrer's Remanbrarner,Wt. 

Hon. Sir Rich. Heron, Bt. 
Z)^. John Penot, Efq; 
Secondaries, John Perrott, and W;v. 

Wells, Elqrs 
Filacer, VVm Seabrooke Wells, Efq; 
Clerk of the Errors, P.Fonnereau,Efq; 
Hereditary Chief. VJher, Jn. Waiker 

Heneage. 
Marjbal, James Sayer, Efq; 
Fcr. i^n Oppojer, John DuiVell, Efq; 
Clerk of tbeEJlreats,Hon. H.W*\po\e. 
Surveyor of the Green IVax, George 

Role, Efq; 
Clerk of the A7n&/7/,Rob.Forfler.Efq; 
Serjt. at Arms, H. Brougham, Efq; 

Office of Pleas. 
jWafler\ George Role, Efq; 
Deputy, Tho. Watfon, BVtj; 



Surts of 'Haw*. (71 J 

AiUrmei; 
Roger Jortia, Abel Jenkins 
.John M tier, Richard Edmunds. 

Regifter of Deeds in the Court cf 
Middlefex. 

Edw. Benton, F. Ingram, 
J. Mitford, Keere Fitzgerald, 

Chief Clirk, John Rigge, Efqrs. 

Justi ces of the Grand Sessions 
for the Counties in WALES. 

Chejler* Montgomery, Flint, and Den" 
high Shires. 

E. Bearcroft, Efq; 

Francis Burton, Efq; 

Brecon, Glamorgan, and Radnor- 
Shires. 

Geo. Hardinge, Efq; 

Abel Moyfey, Efq; 

Car di gan , Pembroke ', and Caermarthen 
Shires, 

John Lloyd, Efq; 

John Mitford; Efq; 

Anglejea, Caernarvon, and Merioneth 
Shires, 

James Hayes, Efq; 

Thomas Potter, Efq; 

Serjeants at Law, and King's 
Council. 

AtUrnejyGtn. Sir A. McDonald, Knt. 
Solicit ot -Gen. Sir J. Scott, Knt. 

King's Serjeants. 
George Hill, Jas. Adair, Eiqi s. 

King's Council. 

Charles Ambler, G Hardinge, 
Fra. C. Cuft, J. Mo; ris, 
G. L. Newnham, Hon. T. Erikine* . 
James Mansfield, Arthur Pigot, 
Edw. Bearcrott, Jas. Ming ay, 
John Madocks, Henry Partridge, 
Hon D. BarringtonFr.fler Bower, 
J. F. Wi more, Edward La w, 
Francis Burton, John Lloyd, 
Wm. Selwyn, and 
John Lee, J. Mitford, Efqw, 

K % 



Governors of Counties. 



(72) 

Ferje a rts. 
Wm. Kempe, Wra. Cockell, 
H. Vaughan C. Ruifnington', 
C. Thos. Kerby, Sam. Ma:fha!l, 
Giles Rooke-, fame* Wat ion, 
George Bond, Ralph Clayton, 
S mon L. Blanc, and 
S Lawrence, Jn. W. Rofe, Kt. 

The Due 11 y Court ^Lancaster. 
Fcrmcd tn 1736. 

/^Hancellor, Lord Hawkefbury, 
^ Attorney-Gen. John Ord, J£fq; 
Receiver-Gen. Rt. Hon. Tho. Ord, 
Auditors, Sir Wm. Hen. Aflmril, Kt. 

Alex. Popham, Efq; 
Surveyor cf Lands and lVcods,W. J. 
Sayer* Efq; Rt. Hon J. C. Villi ers, 
and John Crowfler, Efq; 
Kings Serjeant, T Plumer, Efq-, 
Kin^s Connelly Hon. Tho. Brodrick 
Sir Grey Cooper, Bt. 
' Clerk of the Council, and Regifter, 
, Hon. J. C. ViPiers. 
, Sec. Francis Ruflel, Efq; 

! Officers of the County Palatine oj 
Lancajler. 

CHancelhr, Lord Hawkefbury. 
l r ice-Chancelhr, 
Sec. Francis RulTVll, Efq; 
' Attorney-Gen. |ohn Lee, Efq; 
i Chief Clerk, Mr, J. Mabb. 
I Curfitor, Mr. Nith. Grimfhaw. 
I Prothor.otary, Hon. and Revd. Mr 
I Cholmondeley. 
Clerk oftheCrcivn, Th.Hankinfon,Efq; 
Clk. cf the Peace, Mr.Jan.es Taylor. 

The Marsh alsea-Court. 

' (SfUDGES, Lord Steward of the 

J Houf old, Duke of Doriet, K. G. 

Kt. Mar/hah Sir Sydney Medows. 

Steward of the Court, Ja. Stanley, Elq; 
I Prothonotary, C. Pierrepuint, Efq; 

Four Councils. 
!' lohnChetwood, J. M. Elfi.tj 
: Hen. B. Cay, J, Philips, Efqrs. 



7/>^ Civil Government 
of Westminster. 

^ D^», Dr. John Thomas, 

Bifhop oi Rochefter. 
Lord High Steward, Duke of New- 

caftle. — Elected by the Dean and 

Chapter for Life. 
Deputy -St e*w at d, James Sayer, Efq; 
Hi Jo- Bailiff, Tho. Coibelt, Efq; 
Dep. Bailiff , Francis Gtojan, Efq; 
High Ccnftable, Mr. Jas. Lefley. 

With i6Burgeffes and as many Af- 
filtants. 

Clerk of the Court, John Jackfon. 

Governors of Counties. 

Ngtefey, E n of Tjx bridge. 
Bedford, Earl of Upp.Oifory. 
Berks, Lord Craven. 
Brecon, Duke of Beaufort, 
Bucks, Marq. of Buckingham. 
Cambridge, Earl of Hardwicke. 
Cardigan, Earl of Litburne. 
C termarthen, J. Vaughan, Efq; 
C,iernar<von,\.or<\ Vile. Buikeley. 
Chellcr, Earl of Stamford. 
Cornwall, Earl of Mt. Edgcumbe. 
Cumberland, Earl of Lonldale. 
Denbigh, Watkin Willi ms, Efq; 
Derby, Duke of Devonthire." , 
Devon, Earl Forte fcue. 
Dorset, Lord Digby. 
Durham, Earlof Darlington, Lord 

Lieutenant. 
Bi'hop of Durham, Cufl. Rot. 
Effex, Lord How-mi of Walden. 
I lint , Sir Roger Moiryn, Bt. Cufi. 
Rot. 

O. S. Brereton, Confl. of the CajUe. 
Glamorgan, Lord Mouatltuart. 
Gloucejler, Earl of Berkeley. 
Haverfora-rVeft Liberties, Lord Mil- 
ford. 

Hereford, Vifc. Bateman. 
li t ! ford, Marq. of Salisbury. 
Huntingdon) Duke of Montague. 

Kent, 



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The Treafury. 



(73) 



Kent, Duke of Dorfet. 

Lane after, Earl of Derby. 
Leicefter, Duke of Beaufort. 
Lincoln, Duke of Ancafter. 
Merioneth, Sir Watk. Williams, Bt. 
Middlefex, 

Monmouth, Duke of Beaufort, 
Montgomery, Earl of Powis. 
Norfolk, Earl of Orford. 
Northampton, Earl of Northampton. 
Northumberland, Duke of Northum- 
berland. 

Nottingham, Duke of NewcafBe. 
Oxford, Duke of Marlborough. 
Pembroke, Lord MiKord. 
Radnor, Rt. Hon T. Harley 
Rutland, Earl of WincheLea, 
Salop, Lord Clive. 
Somerjet, Lord North. 
Southampton, Duke of Bolton. 
Staferd, Marcjuifs of Staffotd, 
Suffolk, Duke of Grafton. 
Surry, Lord Onflow. 
Suffix t Duke of Richmond. 
Tower-Hamlets, Earl Cornwallis. 
Warwick, Earl of Hertford. 
Weftmorlcnd, Pari of Lor.fdale. 
Wilts, Earl of Pembroke. 
Worc^fler, Earl' of Coventry . 

. rEaJl Ridtn^, Duke of Leeds. 
& I L#>W. andCufl. fat. 

Weft Riding, Duke of NorftJp 
) North Riding, E. of Fauconberg, 
^ (_ Lieutenant. 

THE TREASURY. 
Lords Commijfioners, (5) 

Rt. Hon. Wm. Pitt, 4000/. 
Hon. Edw. J js. Elliott, 
Earl of Mouiington, 
Vile. Bi)har-, 

Richard Hopkins, Efq; 1600/. each. 
Joint Secretaries, Geo. Role, Rt. 

Hon. Tho. Steele. 
frivate Secretary to the firft Lord, 

Jofeph Smith, Ekp, 

Chief Clerks, 
Thomas Pratt, Wm. Mitford, 
Thorn 18 Cotton, G. E. Ramus, Efqrs. 



Clerks cf the Revenue. 
Wm. Speer, SirE. Boughton,Bt. 

Geo. Herbert, V/m. Ed. Smith, 
Hen. Fowler, and 
Fra. Dancer, W. Pembroke, 
Keeper cf "Treafury Papers, John 

Morin, Efq; 
Serjt. at Arms, Hen. Brougham, Efq; 
Solicitors, Wm. Chamberlayne, Jof. 

White, Efqrs. 
Office-Keeper, Benedicl Schaller^Efq; 

300/. 

RECEIPT of EXCHEQUER. 

Chancellor, Rt. Hon. Wm.Pitt, 1800/. 
Auditor, Duke of Newcaftlc, 
Chief Clerk, John Hughfon, Efq; 
Clerk of the Cajh-Book, J ames Filher, 

Debentures, Robert jenni gs. 

Regijlers and Jjjues, C. H. 

Pynyot. 

For making out Exchequer Bills, 
Wm. Cracroi't, Th s. Bradford, 
J. Filher, Jof. Hawkes, Efqrs. 

Chief Clerk in the Annuity-Office, 

N. Paxton, Efq. 
Clerk cf the Pells, Rt. Hon. Ifaac 

Barre. 

Chief Clerks in the Annuity and Pells 

Offices, W. E. Robert* and 

Dumoiil, Efqrs. 

FOUR TELLERS. 

1. Marq. of Buckingham. 
Deputy, R. Camplin, Efq; 

2. Vikouni Bayham. 

Deputy, Char. Townfhend, Efq; 

3. Loid Thurlow. 

Deputy, William Price, Efq; 

4. Lord Apfley. 

Deputy, E. Langton, Efq; 

The TALLY-COURT. 

Chamberlains, Hon. Frederick North, 
rvjontagu Burgoyne, Efq; 
Deputies, 
Abr. Farley, Wm. Hammond, 
James Galloway, B. Brummeli.Efqs. 
Tally -Writer, Tho. Goodricke, Efq; 

Clerk 



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Offices, fsfr. 



Clerk of the Introitus,H ,Thom&$ s F.j'q, 
7 ally-Cutter, Thomas Larnbe, Efqj 
VjbtY of tte Exchequer, Hon. Horace 

Walpole. 
7eoman-UJker y Wm. Harris. 
Taymajlers of ti e Intet eji of Exchequer 
Bills, Edm. Bott, Nathaniel Bar- 
well, G. Harwood, Efqrs. 
Co nipt r slier of Exchequer Bills, 
Ac camp t ant, Wm Cook, Efq; 
Cajbier, J. Engl e ton. 

Office for Auditing tub Pub- 
lic Accounts. 
Commijfioners , 
Sir John Dick, hart 
Sir Wm Mulgrave, Bt. 
Wm. MoHefon, Elq; 
Jo □ 1 nomas Batt, Efq; 
John Martin Leake, Efq; 
Injpefhrs Gen. of Accounts t Philip 
Deate, John \v igglelwoirthj Efqrs. 
Solnttcr, Jot*. White, Elq; 

Boa r d of Won K s. 
Surveyor Gen. Sir Wm. Chambers. 
Lrpnior, Mr. Jones. 
Exam. Clerk, Mr. Kent. Coufe. 

Land Revenue, Land Tax, and 

Window Tax. 
Auditors for the Co. of Lane after, 

Nottingham, Chefler, and Derby, 

H. Shelly, Rd. Gray, Efqrs. 
Auditor for all the other Counties, Ja. 

Welt, E% for Lire. 
Audit tr for the Principality of W ales, 

Thomas Johnes, Efq; 
TaX-OFPKT, Ne<w Palace-Tard. 

Ccmmtfji oners, 
John Trenchard, F F. Luttrell, 
George Blount, John Famaby, 
Charles Deeiing, B. Barne, Efqrs. 
J. Eames, 500/. each. 

Secretary T G . T . G o od e n o u g h , E fq ; 9 o7. 
St licit or, Henry Wilmot, Efq; 100/ 

P 1 p e - O 



Debates, Jon. Kendall, Ts. Low* 

fen, Ei'jis. 
Firji S cendat y, Hen. Cranmcr, Efq; 
Beard End CUrks, Jof. Hinnby, John 
Wolfe. 

Compt. of the Pipe, Hon. H. Walpole. 
Dcpu y, John Smiih, Efq; 
Commissioners and Officers of 
the Cu stoms. 
Cowrhijjjoncrsy 
F. Hooper, Sir A. Munro, Kt. 

Thos. bocne, Rich. Fi ev» in, 
W. E. A-o-ar, Wm Stiles, 
Wm. Hey, Wm. Rowe, Efqrs. 

joah Bites, 1000I. each. 

Secretary, John Gale, Efq; 
Chtej Clrtk, J. Crouch, E;q; 
Cierkof tbiWefiern Ports, H. Hut- 
fon, Efq: 

Clerk of the Northern, J. T. Swaia- 

ton, Efq; 180/. 
Clerks of the Minutes, G. Dehvaud. 

J. Richmond. 
Plantation Clerk, Temple Weft, 
Solicitors, 

London and Weftern Ports, William 

Cooper, Efq; 300/. 
Northern Ports, A. Tyton, Efq; 250/. 

for Bonds and Criminal Pro* 

fecuttons, Geo. Litchfield, Efq; 250/. 
Ret eiver-General, 
1000/. 

/lj]i!}ants,T. Mills and J.Thackcrey, 

Efq; 10'/ 
Comptroller of the Jffues and Payments 
of the Receiver-General, Henry 
Ellifon, Efq; 580/. 
Comptroller-General, H. V. Jones, 
Efq; 2000/. for himfelf, and Ele- 
ven Clerks. 
I nj peel or of the Out-Port Collet on 
Accounts, Wm. Edngton, Elq; for 
himfelf and four Clerks, Cool. 
Infpeclor-Geueral of the Exports and 
Imports, T. Irving, Efq; for 

C himfelf and live Clerks^ 780/. 
Lerk of the 1 ipe, Lord William hl f /:Ccior f the Exchequer Boohs in 

''/he Out Ports, Heneage Ugge* 
Efq; 300/. 

Receiver 



General Poft-Office. 



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Receiver of Fines and Forfeitures, 
Rich. Thompfon, Efq; 400I. 

Regifler-Gencral of Trading Ships be- 
longingto Gt. Brit. P. Shaw, 690/. 

Surveyor of the Out-Ports, Robert 
Thompfon, Efq; 366/. 

'htfpe&or of Profecuhons ,Wm Poynt/, 

Survey or -Generals reft dent in London, 

Ar. Hammond, John Nugent, 

T. Monday, T. Barker, 

400/. each. 

Surv. Gen. for Suffex, Thos. Bat- 
tine, Efq; 3"o/. 

Survey ,r of the King's Wareheufe, J. 
Heiherington, Efq; zoo/ 

— of the Eaji India IVarehoufe, 

V. A. Bernaid, Efq-, \^ol, 

Infpecior of Stores and Boats, Samuel 
Browne, £75/. 

Port of London. 
Comptroller of the Cufloms, 

Duke of Newcaftle, 455/. and Fees. 

Deputy, James Hume, Efq; 240/. 

Surveyor-Gen. Lord Pelham, 500/. 

Surveyor, Lord Stawell. 

Tobacco Otpicers. 

Regifer-General, 300/. 

Survey or , Cofmo Gordon, EfqJ 
Comptroller, Hdmd. Clutlei buck, Efq; 

Inwards. 
Cclletlor^ Lord Hawkeflmry, 66 3 1 

Outwards. 

C:l!e:lor, 

Ex C I ST-Ol'F :CE. 

Commiffioners, 
Wm. Lowndes, Hon. J. L. Olmius 
S. Brookftank, Tim. Cafwel), 
M. Whilh, John Bullet, 

G. J Cholmondely,R. Nicholas, Efqrs 

H. Revely, 1000I. each. 
Secretary, John Fifhcr, Efq; 
Solicitor^ John Vivian, 

Commiff oners for Appeals, 
Robert Coney, Dan, Bull, 
Jn. Cowfladc, R. Hickes, Efqrs. 
George Chad, 200/. each. 



Regifter, Richard -Wall. 
Correfp. Thomas Burton. 
InfpeSlor Gen. of Brewery thro' Eng~ 

land and Wales, J. Leefe,Efq; 200/. 

and 10s. per day, when on duty. 
Surveyors , 
J. Cooper, G. Linfell, 

J. Dewick, W. Bell. 

G. Be Us, W. Evans. 

T. Tomlinfon, i 60/. each. 

Jnfpettor Gen. of Imported Liquors 

and Dtftillers, Tho. Mols, 200/. 
Clerk of the Securities^ T. Toller, 

Efq; 800/. 
Recever-General, Geo. J. Williams, 

Efq* 250c/. 
Comptr. of the Cafh, T. Walpole, Efq. 

800/. 

Infpeclor Gen. of Coffee and Tea 
Montague Buigoyne, Ffq; 500/. 

Auditcr of Excife, Rich. Stonehewer 
Efq; 1240/. 

Auditor of Hides, Tho. Rumfey, Efq; 
400/. 

Comptroller, John Butler, \ \%$t. 
Deputy, E. Milward, Efq; 400/. 
Houje-kecper, Mrs. Anne Cavendifli, 
200/. 

Upwards of 4200 Officers, from 200 
to 40/. a- 2 'ear. 

stamp-duties, 

Cpmmijfioners^ (5 ) 
Jas. Bindley, John Byng, 
William Baillie, E.Fawkener,Efqrs 
Rich. Ticke!!, 500/. each. 

Secretary, John Bretteil, Efq; 300/. 
Rec. Gen. J Rofs Mackye, Elq; 600/. 
Comptroller, Pat. Brydone, Efq; 400/. 
Solicitor, Edm. Eaftcourt, Efq; 100/. 

Glner a l Post-Off 1 ce. 

Fiji tn after General, 

LORD Wa!fin ? ham,EarI of Chef- 
_j terfield, 2ocol. 
Secretary, Anthony Todd, Efq; 200I. 
Clerk to the Pafim afters Gen. Dan el 

Braithwaile, Efq; 140I. 
Clerk to the Sudary, Tho. Todd, 
E:'q; 

Sur. 



(;6) 



His Majefly's Mint, 



Sur and Comp. Gen. John Palmer, 

Etqj 1500/. 
Dep. Sur v. Cha. Bonner, Efq; 500/. 
Receiv. Gen. G.A.tfechell, Efqj 300I. 
Accomp. Gen. Wm. Fauquier, fSi'q; 

300/. 

Deputy, Tho. Church, EG;: 130/. 
Co7nptroller of the In and Fifty Sam. 

muel Potts, Efq; zoo/. 
Dep. Comptr. John Watts, mol. 
Solicitor, Sara. Palmer, Efq; 200/. 
Rcftdent Surv. Nathan Diaper, Efq; 

300/. 

lnjpeclcr of Dead Letters, Thomas 

Todd, C. Godby, Efq; 

"Clerksc/ ^Roads. 
North, Thomas Bay ley, 100I. 
M'eft, William Ogilvy, 6cl. 
Chefter, Edward Barnes, 160I. 
Briftol, S. Ardfm, 60 1. 
Tarmouth, Charles Colfton, 60I. 
Kent, If. Cabanne, Efq; 60 1. 
Infpeflor of Franks, Cha. Coultfon 

and John Palmer. 
Court-pofty Henry Penton, Efq; tl 

a Day. 

Bte Letter Office. 
Cotnpt. and ReJ. Surv. John Stanton, 

Efq; 500/. 
Accomptant, 200I. 
Collector, William Ward, ice/. 
Jnfpeclor of the Dead Letters, John 

Watts, 80I. 

Foreign Office. 
Comftr. D. Braithwaite, Efq; 150I 
Dep. Comp. John Starr, 100I. 
Secret. J. Maddifon, Efqj 50/. 
Agent at the Brill, S.Hutchinfon,Efq^ 

i2ot. 

—Harwich, Charles Cox, Efq; 150I 
—Dover, John Wale it, Efqi igol. 
—Falmouth, B en j. Pender, Efq; . zol 
— Lifbon, 

— at New-York, J. Foxcra r t, Efq; 
Roftmafter-Gcn. of Jamaica, F. Cafh- 
v/cod, Efq; 

Pb vn y-Post. 
Comptroller,^" F.Charlton, Bt 200I 
Colletlory Ralph Cauldwell, 70I. 
dcamptanty Herb. Thomas, 7 ol. 



SALT DUTIES. 

Commijji oners. 
John Hillerfdon, Sir R. Reynell, 
E. Biih. pp, E.F. Stanhope, 

Efq»8. 500/. each. 
Treasurer, Wm.Inglis, Efq; 430/. 
Comptroller, John Daniel, Efq; 3^0/. 
Secretary, Francis T»plariy, Efq; 2.00/. 
Aflijlant Secretary, John Elliot, 60/. 
Solicitor, John Follett, Efq; 150I. 
Accomptant-General, T. Ryder, Efq; 

200/. 

Hawkers and Pedlars Office. 

Commiffioners. 
Humbo Rigby, Rfq$ 
Charles Poole, Efq; 
Robert Coker, Efq; 100I. each. 
Comptr. Wm. Brummell, Efq; iool. 
Cafbier, F. Steward, Efq; iool. 
Solicitor, John Rain, Efq; 50I. 
Oftice for Hackney Coaches 

and Ch airs. 

Cotnmijfioners. 
Jn. Soley, Wm. Douglas, 

R. Capper, M.Morgan, Efqrs. 

Jac. Reynardfon, 200I. each. 
Receiver, Edw. Moore, Efq; iool. 
Regiftcr, Edw. Moore, Efq; iool. 
Silicttcr, Matt. Cheflall, 50I. 

His Majesty's Mint. 
TJyTARDEN, S 1 -Rob.PJgot,Bt.45o/. 
^ Dep. fVarietty EdwXucag, Efq; 
Mafter and Worker , Rt. Hon. Earl 

of Leicpfter, 650/. 
Dep. Mafter, J. Morrifon, Efq; 
Comptroller, Joieph Smith, Efq; 350/. 
Surveyor, John Vardy. 
Kings Ajfay-Maft. S. Alchorne, 325/. 
MnftzSsAQay do. Mr. R.Binglcy, 1 25/. 
Weighs* and Telr.M Morgan, 142/ iox 
Surveyor of the Melttngs, and Clerk 

of the Irons, Hon. Spen. Perch al, 

132/. 10/. 
Provoft to the Comp. of Moncyers, and 

Engineer, Daniel Kemp, Efq. 100/. 
K/ttg r S Clerk and CUrk of the Tapers, 

Mr. Wm. Dick, 100/. 
Chief Engraver J ,ewi Pingo,Efq;2oo/. 
Solicitor, John Vernon, Efq; 60I. 

Judges 



The Deans 0/ England and Wales. 



(77) 



Judges WAdtocates in the Court 
at D:cl,r > i Commons. 

OFlkial Principal of the Arches 
Court of Canterbury, Mailer- 
keeper or Comrniuary of the Pre- 
rogative Court there, Rt. Han Sir 
William Wynne, Knt. L. L. D. 
S r Jas. Marriott, Kt. Judge of the 

Court of Ad 
Sir Wm. Scott, K ;t His Majejlfs 

Advocate General. 
Dr. Tho. Bever. 
Dr. Geo. Harris. 
Dr. Wm. Compton. 
Dr. John N. coils. 
Dr. Wm. Battine. 
Dr. David Stephenfon. 
Dr. John Fither. 
Dr. James Henry Arnold. 
Dr. French L.iu.ence. 
Dr. Scrope Bernard. 
Dr. Mau. Swubey. 
Dr. Charles Coote. 
Dr. J. C. Creljii n e. 
Registers and other Officers. 
M-fter cf the Faculties, Sir Wm. 

Scott. Kt. 
Rcgiflers of the Archers Court, Mr. 

Henry Stevens, Mr. Rob. Dodwell. 
frin. Reg of the High Court of Ad- 
miralty, Lo;d Ardcn. 
Pnucipal Rcgifter of the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, Frederick 
Morton Eden, Elq; Richard Ri- 
chards, Efq; Rev. T. Drake, D. D. 
R. lifter sf the Faculty Office G. 

Mcoie, Et'q; 
King's ProSlor, Jas. Hefeltine, Efq; 
Apparator-general of the Province of 
Canterbury, George Marfhall,-Enj; 
tylarjball and Serjeant at Mace of the 
High Co;<rt oj Admiralty , John 
CrickilL, Eiq; 
The Deans of England and 
W ales. 

William Btiller, D. D. Canterb.. 
Wm Cooke, D D. Ely. 
(, orge Cotton, L. L. D Cheftcr. 
lilia* Crifpien, L. L. D. G^ernjey. 
i- i9 l. 



Thomas Dampier, D. D. Rochefer, 
Hon. Jas. Cornwall) s, D D. (Bp. of 
Litchfield ar.d' Coventry) JVindfor, 
John Ekins, D. D. SaHJbury. 
Jeffrey Ekin r -, D. D. Cur if e. 
jrhn F«.untayne, D. D York. 
John Haiiam, D. D. Brtfsl. 
Charles Harv/ard, D. D. Exeter, 
John Hinchliffe, D. D. (BiOiop of 

Peterborough) Durham. 
Cyril J ckfan, D. D Chr. Ch Oxf. 
Sii Richard Kaye,L.L. D. Lincoln, Bt. 
Fra. Le Breton, A. M. Jerfey. 
Thomas Lloyd, D. D Bin -or. 
Coomle Miller, Chiclsfter, 
Newton Ogle, D. D. Winchefier. 
George Pretty nan, (Bp. of L ncoln) 

London, St. Paul's. 
Robert Price, A. M. Precentor of 

Landaff. 
Rabtift Proby, D. D. Litchfield. 
Hon. St. And.ew St. John, D. D. 

Worc:fer. 
Lord Fran. Seymour, Bath & Weils. 
Wm. Dav.es Shipley, M. A. St.Ajaph. 
Charles Manner* Sutton, D. D. Pe- 
terborough. 
John Th mas, L. L. D. (Bp. of Ro- 

ehtiler) PV cftminfier. 
Jofiah Tucker, D. D. Gbucefier. 
Jofcph Turner, Norioich. 
Na'th; Wetherill, D. D. Hereford. 
Fran. Wollailon, L L.B. St. Da bids, 

Precentor. 
The Chancellors or the seve- 
ral Dioceses. 

S~IR Wuiiam Wynne, Knt. L.L. D. 
Dean of the Arches. 
Si 1 Wm. Scott, Knt. L. L. D. Vicar 

Gen. and Commifjary . 
Lord Auckland, L L. D. Richmond. 
Ber.j. Barnard, D D. Peterborough. 
Thomas Bev^r, L. L D. Lincoln. 
john Briggs, M. A. defter. 
William Burrel, L. L. D. Rochefierf 
VViMiam Burrell, L. L. D IVonefter. 
1 } imes Canington, L. L. B. Exetet\ 
Wm. Comptof}, L. L. D. Ely. 



BUtatt'J 



w " 

(78) The Colleges of the 

Edward Cooke, M. A. Ghucefter. 
Matt. Lamb, D. D. Oxford. 
Sir Charles Gould, Kt. I .L. D. Salif. 
George Harris, L.L.D. Hereford, 
Drake Holtingbery, A. M. Chtckejler. 
Geo. Mark ham, A. M. Vork. 
C. H. Mols, A. M. Wells. 
Wm. Pay ley, A. M. Carhjle. 
George Sandby, D. D. Norwich. 
John Scott, L. L. D. Durham. 
Sir Wm. .Sc tt, I,. L. D. Kt. 
Wm. D. Shipley, A. M. Ajaph. 
Richard Smallbrooke, L.L. D. Litch 

field and Coventry. 
John Sturges, LL.D. Winthefler. 
V/illiam Thomas, A. M. Landaff, 
SION COLLEGE, London-wall, 
1603. 

Prefidenty Theophilus Lane, D. D. 

Samuel Kettilby, D. D. 
Heaiy Jerome De Sal is, D. D. 



Univerfity of Oxford. 

Ajjiflants. 
Benj. Underwood, M. A. 
Edmond Gibfon, M. A. 
Henry Waring, M A. 
•.uke Helfop, M. A. 

First Frui ts. 
Remembrancer of the fir/I Fruits, Geo. 

Barker Devon, Efq; 
Dep. and ijl Clerk, JohnBacorr, F.S.A. 
Comptroller, Lord Walfingham. 
Receiver, John Bacon, Efq*, 
Rec of the Tenths, Rich. Richards,Efq; 
His Clerks George Kipling, John 

Fryer, Efqrs. | 

AUGMENTAtlON-OFFICE. 
F&eper of Records, J. Caley, Efq-, 

QUEEN ANNE's BOUNTY. 
Trcaf. Wm Stevens, Efq; 
Secretary, Richard Burn, Efq; 
Sjli^tor, Edm. Chalmer, Eiq; 



UNIVERSITIES. 



UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD. 

Colleges. Heads of Colleges. 

Univerfity Nath. Wetherell, 

F.iliol, John Davey, D.D 

Morton, S- Ber-dmo.e, D.D- 

Exeter, Tho Stimon, D.D- 

Oriel, JohnE'/eleigh. B.D- 

Queeo*s, T.Forhergill^DD.P 

New College* John 0;:lander,D.D- 

Lincoln, fohn Horner A.M. 

All Souls, Hen.J.Tracy,D.D. 

Magdalen, Routh. D.D 

l-'.;.i. ro-N ><e, Bifhop of Chefter, 

CorpuCshiifti, fohn Cooke, D.D. 

Chrift Church, Cyril Jackfon,D.D. 

Trinity, Jof.Chapman,D D. 

St.JohnBaptift, Sam. Dennis, D.D. 

Jcfus, Jof. Eioare, D.D. 

Waiham, John Wille% D.D. 

Pembroke, Wm ^er?. >ve,D.D 

v rcefter, Wm.ShemeW,D.D. 

for<J, u. Hodgfon, L.L.D. 



Halls. Colleg. Principals. 
Alban, Merton, F. Randolph,D.D. 
Edmund, Queen's, W Dowion, A.M. 
St. Mary, Oriel, T. Nowell, D.p. 
New-Inn, Nw-Col R.Chambers,LLD 
Magdal. Magdal.H. Ford, L. L. D. 

Magistrates of OXFORD. 
QHa,icel/:r y R L Hon E. of Gail- 
ford, K. G. (elected in 1 772 .) 
High S.'ezvard, Earl of Dartmouth. 
Vice-Chanccihr, John Cooke, D.D. 

P> Vice Cha n ce U tf t , 
Jof. Chapman, D.D. Tno.Willis,D.D. 
Sam. Dennis,D.D. T.Stinton, D.D. 

Professors of //^ University ^/ 
OXFORD. 

THING'S Pr.ofe (for of Divinity % John 
/V Randolph, D. D, 

Civil Lazu, Hon. T. E.Wenman, 

L.L.D. 

Vhyfic, William Vivian, M. D. 



The Colleges of the Univerftty of Cambridge. (79) 



Prof e [.Hebrew, Ben Blaney, D. D. 

Greek, Wm. Jackfon, B. D. 

Modern Hijl Rev.T.NoweLD.D. 

Margaret Prof effor of Divinity, Ti- 
mothy Neve, D. D. 
Savihan Profeffor in Aftronorny, Rev. 

Tho. Hornfby, D. D. 

— Geometry, John Smith, M. D. 
Prof e for of Natural Fhilojophy, Tho. 

Hornfby, D. D. 
Profeffor of Moral Phihfophy, vacant. 
C am bden Profefor of Hiflory, Thos. 

Winilanley, D. D. 
jib p. Laud'j Profeffor of Arabic, Jo- 

feph White, D. D. 
Lord AlmonerV Profeffor of Arabic, 

Henry Ford, L. L. D. 
Reader in Anatomy, G. Pegg, M. B. 
Vinerian Profeffor of the Laivs of 

Eng Rd. Wooddefon, L. L. V). 
Umverfity Orator, Wm. Crowe, M.A. 
Keeper of the Bodleian Library, John 

Price, D. D. 



CuftosArchi-voram, Hon. T.Wenman, 
L. L. D 

Keeper of the AJhmolean Mufeuntj 

William Sheffield, D. D. 
Keeper of the Radcliffe Library, Tho. 

Hornfby, D. D. 
Lord Litchfield's Clinical Profeffor^ 

Martin Wall, M. D. 
Reader in Chemiftry, Thomas Bed- 

dows, M. D. 
Profef. Botany,)o\\n Sibthorp, D. M. 

of Poetry ^Robert Holmes,D.D. * 

Mufic, Philip Hayes, D.Muf. 

Univerfity Officers. 

Univetfity Re gift. Rev Sam. Fofter, 
Efquire Beadles, Jas.Matthev. -s,M. A, 

Robt. Paget, L. L. D. Robt. Eytoii, 

M. A. 

Teoman-Beadles, Robert Blifs, Wm. 

Mathews, John Stevens 
Clerk and l^erger^ John Green. 



UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Colleges. 
St. Peter's, 
Clare-Hall, 
Pemb. Hall 
Corp.Chrilti, 
Trinity-Hall, 
Gonvil &Caius 
King'sCollege, 
Queen's Coll. 
Cath. Hall, 
Jelus College, 
ChriiVs Coll. 
St. John's 
Magdalen, 
Trinity, 
Emanuel 
Sidney-Coll. 



Heads of Colleges 
Francis Barnes, D.-D. 
JohnTorkington,D.D. 
Jol'eph Turner, D.D 
Wm. Colman, D. D. 
Sir Ja.Marriott,LL.D 
John Smith, D. D. 
Wm. Cooke, D.D. 
If.Milner,D.D.F.R S. 
Lowther Yates, D. D 
Wm. Peaice, D. D. 
John Barker, D. D. 
Wm. Craven, B. D. 
Peter Peckard, D. D. 
T.Poftlethwaite,D.D. 
Richard Farmer, D.D. 
\VilliamElliiton,D.D. 



The Magistrates and 0*fi- 

e 1 1 s of Ca m bridge . 

f^H^.vceJicr. Duke of Grafton. 
° High Steward, Rt. Hon. Wm. . 
Pitt. 

V\ce Chancellor, W. Craven, D.D. 
Com miff ary, John Filler, L. L. D. 

Professors of the University of 
C A MB R ID G E. 

T/'lNG's Profeffor of Divinity , Rk h. 
/V Watfon, D. D. F. R. S. Bilhop 

of Land a IF. 
Deputy, Thomas Kipling, D. D. 
Margaret Prof, of Divinity, .John 
Mainwaring, D. D, 

L a Profefor 



(Bo) 



Univeifity of Cambridge. 



John Smith, 



John Hey, D. D- 
Preacher, James* 



&*fef. 9/ L.<w< ]of. J-wetr, L.L.O 
King** Prtfefor 9 f Pfijfi*, Ruffe! 

PlfKnpire, M. D. 
C ifaiflical Prtfefsr, O &>rkce> D.D. 
ll brexv Prtfejfir, }ohn.Po>fer, M A 
Creek Profepr, Wm. Cooke, M. A, 
Mathematical PnfJfir, Erfw. War- 

fog, M. I). F. R. S. 
Arabic Prfifefirt Wm, Craven, R. D 
F tM'a* £*p*r; Proffer, Anthony 

Shepherd, D. D. F. R. S. 
ftftronomy Lowndes's 

L>. D. F R. S. 
AnaUmy, Harwood, M.D. F.R.S 
Modern J^p Symnnds, LL. D. 
Ckemiflry. Ifaac Pennington, M. D 

Tho. Martyn, B. D. 
Woodwardian Leclurer, John Hii 

ftone, M. A, 
N or r if an Profejor, 
Lady Margarets 

Fawcett, B. D. 
#ftf/fr, John Randall, D. Muf. 
Public Or at or, Wm Low Maiiel,M A. 
Jackfonian Profeffor, J. Milner* M . A . 

F.R.S. 

Frin. Librarian, Rich Farmer, D. D. 
Librarian, John Dv ie M. A. 
Re gift er, George Borlafe, A M. 
Irotefjsr of Common Laiv. Edward 

Chi iftian, M A 
Lfquirc Beadles,] ihn Beverley, M.A. 

Wm. Matthew?, L.L. B. and Hen. 

Gunning, M. A. 

The Royal Society, 166$. 
JJAtron, His Ma jetty. 
1 Frefd nt, Sir jofeph Banks, Br 
Vice-Preftdent, Lord Mulgiave, Sir 

W. Mulgrave, Bt. Samuel Wegg, 

Esq. 

Secretary, Joleph P'anfa, Ei f \; 
Treajunr, Samuel Wegg, Etq. V.P. 

Anti^arian Socif.tv, '75 1 - 

Patron, His m je%. 

A Preftfent, E, nf Leicefter, F.R.S. 

' ViccPrcf dents, 
()wen Salifb. Breieton, Efqj 
BirtV>p of Sa;ifb iry > 



C. M Cracheiode, M. A. 
Sir H C FiK>!eu>M, Bart. 
A. Hamilton, D.D. 
Treafurer, John Topham,Efq,F R.S. 
Secretary, John Brand, A. M. and T. 
Wm. Wright, A. M 

B * ' t i h Musru.vi. 1753. 
Conjifiing of 42 Trufiees. 
if T ulecs by Omce. All thr- gre it 

Officers of State, with 6 Famity 

Truftees. 
Sir George Cornwall, Bt. 
Francis Annefley,~Efq; 
WfUiam Duke of Portland, F. R. S. 
Lor.i Cad >tran. 
Rt. H >n. Welbore Ellis-. 

15. Trustees Ele£>ed. 

William Earl o r B^boiou^h. 

John Earl of Bute. 

Dean of Line In, L. S. D. F. R. S. 

1 .0 d Sandys. 

Hans Slpane, Efq, F. R. S. 
Hon. Henry Cavendilh, F. R S. 
Sit Wm. Hamilton, Bt. F. R. S. 
Sir W. Mulgrave, Bt. F. R.S. 
Rev. Clayton Cracherode. 
Earl of Leicefter. 
Earl of A vle>ford. 
Bifhop of Carlifle. 
Thomas A (lie. 

Tivo vara tt t. 

Principal Librarian. 

Cha. Morton. M. D. P. R. S. 

Under Librarians. 

Jof. PI n'a, Efqj has the Care of the 

M. S. S. and Medals. 
/I ffifl Rev. R South gate. 
E Gray, M. D. F. R. S. has the Care 

oFNatural Hift. 
Affift M. Sam. Ayfcough. 
Rev. Samuel Harper, F. R. S. has 

the Care of the pri iteti Books. 
Keeper of the Rea ling Room. 
Rev. Mr Penneck, B. D. F. R. % 

SOC I ET Y 



The Society, 

Soc f ety for the Encour agemf.st 
of Arts, Manufactures, and 
Commerce, tnftituted 1753,. 

Prefttlehl, 
T Ord Romney, L. L. D. F. R. S. 

J. ^ Vice -Prefidents, . 

Duke of Norfolk, 
Duke of Northumberland, K. G. 
Ear! o Radnor, 
Lord Hawkefoury, 
Hon. Cha.les MasfHam. 
Edward Hooper, E q; 
Owt-n Salilbury Brereton, Efq; 
James Daviion, Efq; 
Sir Wm; Dolben, Bt. 
Sir Watkin Lewes. 
Chairmen of the Comm. of Accounts, 
Jamc^ Herbert, Francis Stephens. 

Of tie Committee of Correfpondence, 
■Val. Green, Efq:, E. Bencruft, M. D. 

Of the Compiittde of Polite Arts, 
Caleb Whitefoord, fcfq; F. R. S. 
Matt. Micheli, Efq; 

0/" Agriculture, 
John Pratt, Efq; Rcw. James Cooke. 

Of Manufactures, 
Mr Wm. H wlcit, Mr John Baynes. 

Of Mechanic*, 
Nat. Bilhop, Efq; Mr. Wm. Lumley. 

0/ Cheniiftry, 
Mr. Geo Will on, Mr. Kenrick. 

Of Colonies n nd Trade, | 
John Baker, El'q; Mr. J Pouicin. 

Mifcellanesu.Sy 
Mr. Jacob, Mr. A. Hall. 

Principal Secretary^ 
Mr. Samuel More, 1^0/. 
Afjiftant Sec. Mr. John Samuel. 

Society 5/* Art - st s of Gt. Britain, 
1,65. 

Prcfident, Wm. Elhot, Rfq; 
Vice-Prefident, R. M. Paye, E'q; 
Treasurer, Joachim Smith, Efq; 
Secretary, Mr. I laic Taylor, 
/£7//; T-wsnty -four Directors. 



of Arts, fjfr. (81) 

ROYAL ACAD EM Y. 

17 58;. 

JpAiron, The King. 

iV<?£ Sir Jofhua Reynolds, Kt. 
Jreafurer* Sii>Wm. Chambers, Knt, 
Secretary , John Richards, Efq; 
Librarian, J of. Wilton, Efq; 
Keeper, [. Wirtton, E'q; 
Prctfejfor of Painting, J. Barey Efq; 
Of Architecl are, 1. Sandby, Efq; 
C*/ Anatomy, J. Sheldon, Efq. 

The Royal College of 
Physicians. 1523. 

President. 

DR. T o. Grib me, 
Or. James Hervey, 7?^. 
bir Lucas Pepys, Bt Treafursr. 
Dr. Wm. Piioirn, Etc SI. 
Dr. R. Biocklefty, 
Sir G. Baker, Bi. Elccl,. 
Dr. Wm. Cadogan, EltB. 
Dr Rd. Warren, EleJl. 
Dr. J. Turto.i, Ele&\ 
Dr. D Monro, £&& 
Dr. J. B urges, C en for. 
Dr. Budd, Cenfor. 
Dr. I). Pit aim, C*»J&r„ 
Dr. Saunders, Cfnfr, 
Dr. Ba ilie., Cenjor . 

Ma t e ^ , Wardens, Court 
Assistants, 0/" Corpora- 
tion of Surgeons 0^ London, 

M after, C. Hawkins, Efq; 
Wardens, Sam. Howard, J. Gunning-, 

J. Pyle, John Wyatt, 

[ofeph Warner, James Patch. 
Rd. Grindall, W. Walker, 
F. Pinkfton, W. Cooper, 

H.n. Watfoo, J. Hunter, 
If. Minors, J. Earle, 

Jonathan Wathen, Wm. Long and 
Wm. Graves, Geo. Chmdler; 

GRESHAM 



Directors, 'S\. of Companies. 



CRESHAM COLLEGE. 

Founded by Sir Thomas Grefliam, 
1581. 

Mond. Divinity, Benj. Halifax, D. D. 
Tuefd. Civil Law, Tho Taylor, LLR. 
Wedn. Aftronomy,W.Cockayne,LLB. 
Thurf. Geometry, Sam. Kettilby,D D. 
Frid. Rhetorick, J. Whately, L.L. B. 

fPhyfick, Chrilt. Stranger, 
Saturd.-j M. D 

(_ Mufick, Theod. Ayleward. 

The Lord Mayor, Aldermen and 
Sheriffs of the City cf London. 

Right Hon. John Hopkins, Cajtte- 
baynard. 

Aldermen. Wards 

R t . Ho h . Th o . Haf *ey , Bridge-without . 

Father of the City. 
Braf? Crofby, Efq: Bread-fireet, 
J o h n W i i k e s , E 1 q ; Fa r r i ng do n - iv it h u t . 
John Sawbiidge, Efq; Lang}, erne. 
Sir James Lfdaile, Kt. Cripplegdte 
Sir Watkjn Lewis, Knt. Lime-flreet. 
Sir Williara Plomer, Knt. Baffifoavu 
Nathaniel N^wnharn, Efq; vltrfry, 
Richard Clarke, Efq; Br oad-flreet. 
Tho. Wright, Efq; Candhwick. 
Tho. Sainlbury, Efq; Billing s- gate . 
William Gill, E^i Walbrooke. 
William Pickett, Efq; Corn bill. 
John Boydell, Efq; Chealftde. 
Recorder, J W. Role, Efq-, 1000/ 
SirJa.Sandei Ton, Knt Bridge fVitkin 
Brook Watfcn, Efq; Cerdwainer. 
Paul Le MelTurier, Efq; D.vugate. 
Tho Skinner, Efq; Queenhtt t. e. 
Wm.Cuiti% Eiq', 'Tower. 
Sir Benj. Hammett, Knt. Portfoken 
WmNcwman,Efq: Fa ? ringdon- <w 1 1 h i n 
Geo Mack.Macaulay, Efq; Coleman-f 
John W. Anderlbn, Eiq; Alder [gate. 
H2r7ey Ch. Coombe, Eiq; Aid gate. 
Sir Rich. Carr G\jti^Kt.Bifi9pfgate. 

Sheriffs. 
Tn. Wm. Anderfon, ? Ff 
Harvey Ch. Coombe, j blc l rS ' 



Chamberlain, John Wilkes, Efq; 
Common Serjeant, John Silvefter, Efq; 
Tcnvn Clerk, William Rix, Eiq; 
"Judges of the Sheriffs Ccurt, Walter 

Long, Fr. Mafeiea, Efqrs. 
Common Pleaders, N. K.aowles, Tho. 

Blofetd, W. Cox, W. Jones, Eiqrs. 
Comptroller of the Chamber, Jpfepil 

Bufhnan, Efq: 
Secondary of fVood-flreet Compter, 
G. J. Hardy, Efq; 

—Poultry Compter, P. W. Crowther, 

Efq 5 

Remembrancer, Peter Roberts, Efq; 

Solicitor, Mr. P. W. Crowther, Efq; 

Sword Bearer, W. Cotterell, Efq; 

Common-Hur.t ', Charles Cotte; ell, Efq; 

Ci ty Ma rfi t 1 Is , W m . M i 1 1 e r , S 1 e p . C U r k . 

Rece i ver General cf the Land Tax for 
the City cf London and Aiiddujex, 
Richard Howard, Efq; 

Dep. Receiver, Tho. Rumfey, Efq; 

Receiver Gen. cf JVindovu-Light Tax 
fordo. John But ke, Eiq; 

Rcaivcr Gen. of the Commutation Tax, 
Charles Edward Wilfon, Efq; 

Receivers Gen. of the Duties on inha- 
bited Hcufes for do. Wm. Brum- 
mell and Bryan Bioughion, Efqrs. 

Directors &c. of Companies. 
The Bank of England, — Eftab- 

lifhed in 1694.— 
j^Ofanqwet, Samuel, Efq; Gov, 
Thornton, Godfrey, Dep. 
Direclors. 
Reachcroft, Samud, Efq; 
Boehcn, Roger, Eiq; 
Cooke, William, Eiqj 
Darell, Edward, Eiq; 
Harri on, John, Eiq; 
Giles, Daaiel, Eiq; 
Lewis Thomas, Eiq; 
Long, Beefton, Efq; 
Manning, Wm. Efq; 
Matthtw Job, Efq; 
Neive, Richard, Efq; 
Nutt Jofeph, 
Ofuorne Ifaac, Efq; 
Payne, Edward, Efq; 

Pearfe, 



Eaft and South-Sea Companies. 



(83) 



Pearfe, John, Efq; 
Peters, George, Efq; 
Puger, John, Efq; 
Reed, James, Efq; 
Thellufon, Peter, Efq; 
Watfon, Brook> Aid. 
Wey : and, Mark, E q; 
\Vhitmore, J. jun. Efq; 
Winthorp, Benj. Efq; 
Ye dham, Mcfes, Efq; 

Officer t. 

Secretary, Francis Martin, Efq; 
Deputy, Mr. R. Bed, 
Acct. Gen. Wm. Edwards, Efq; 
Deputy, Mr. William Watfon, 
Cafhier, Abr. New land, Efq; 

The East-India Company. 

/^Hair man, Buries John Smith.' 
^ Dep. Baring Francis, Efq; 

Directors, 150/. each. 
Benfley William, Efq; 
Bofinquet Jacob, Efq; 
Cheap Thomas, Efq; 
Darell Lionel, Efq; 
Elphinltone Hon William, 
Frafer Simon, Efq; 
Hunter John, Efq; 
Inglis Hu^h, E q; 
Le Mefuricr Paul, Efq; 
ManQiip J^hn, Efq; 
Medcalf Thos. Theop. Efq; 
Mills Charles, Efq? 
Money William, Efq; 
Parry Thomas, Efq; 
Roberts Abr. Efq; 
Robert, John, Efq; 
Scott David, Efq; 
Tatem George, Efq; 
Thornton Robert, Efq; 
Townfon John, Efq; 
Travers John, Efq; 
Williams Stephen, F.fq; 
Secretary, Tho. Morton, Efq; 
Trcafurer, Wm. Geo. Sibley, Eiq; 
Accomptanc, Wm Rkhatdfoii, Efq; 
Auditor, Wm. Wright, Efq; 
Council, George Rous, Efq; 
6', /a //;/•, John Smith, Efq; 



Governors of the Companies Settle- 
ments. 

Bengal, Lt. Gen. E. Cornwallis, K.G. 

Gov. and Commander in Chief. 
Bombay, Col. Ralph Abercrombie. 
Fort St. George, Maj. Gen. Wm. 

Meadows. 
St. Helena, Robert Brooke, Efq; 
Lt. Gov. Francis Robfon, Efq; 

Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort 

William in Bengal. 
Judges, Sir Wm. Dunkin, J. Hyde, 

Efq; Sir Wm. Jones, Kt. 
Advocate-Gen. Sir John Day, Kt. 

The South-Se.a Company. 1710. 

{^.Overncr, HisMajefty. 

Sub-Gov. Tho. Coventry, Efq; 
Deputy- Gov. Sam. Salt, Efq; 
Secretary, Harry Stoe, Efq; 
Cafhier, Peter Burrell, Efq; 

Committee of the Company of 
Merchants trading to Africa, 

{Office ) Mark-lane.) 
For Lond-.n, Ant. Calvert, John 

Burke, J. B. French, Efqrs. 
For Brifiol, J. Cafamajor, J.Vaughan, 
John Nicholfon, Efqrs. 
For Liverpool, John Barnes> Joha 

Parr, J. W. Kendal, Efqrs. 
See. Thomas Shoolbred, Eiq; 

The Levant or Turkey Company, 

(Meet at Salter's Hall.) 
Gov. Rt. Hon. Earl of Guilford. 
DefaGiv. Sum Bofanquet, Efq; 
Afreet/. Samuel Smith, Efq; 
Sec. Mr. T. Lindegren. 

Eastland Company. 

Gov. Wm. Th orr.ton Aftell, Efq; 
Dep. H. Handle y Norris, E q; 
Treaf. George Peters, Efq; 
Sec. A Greenwood, Efq; 

HUDSON'S BAY Company. 
Gov. Samuel Wegg, Ef]; 
— Sir J. W. Lake, Ban. 
Sec. John Defciet, 

A LIST 



(84) 



The Bankers in LonJon. 



A LIST OF T H B BANKERS IN LONDON. 

1 E| Ayton, BrafTey, Lee and SaitetM hwaite. No. 71, Lombard-ftreet. 
I i Barclay and Triton, No. 56, Lombard-fin et 
! Bation, Stephcnfon, Grave, and Glover, No 69, 1 ombard-ftreet. 
! Biddulph, Cocks, Cocks, and Ridge, Qha ring- croft 
I Bamct, Hoa. e, Hill, and Ba.net. N <. 6/,Lo;nbard ftreet. 
Bolder* , Adey, Lu (Kington, and BoUero, No. 30, Co.nhill. 
C.illel, Powel, Sumnei, and Co. No. 66, Lombard ftreet. 
I Child and Co No. 1, Fleet-ft; eef. 

Coutts (Thomas) and Co. near Durham-yard, Strand. 
\\ Croftis, Dawes, Devaynes and Noble, No 39, Pall-mall. 

Denne, Coraelius, Robert Sn..\v, William Saoby and Sons, witlr.ut 
Temple-bar. 

Dithfda'e (baron) Tho Diml'dale, John Dimfdale, Tho. Dimkiale and John 

Barnard, No. 50, Co; n hill. 
D >rriens, Mcllo, Hanilon and Martin, No. • -2, -Finch- lane. 
Downe, Thornton and Free, No. 1, Bartholomew lane. 
Diummond, (Robert, A: drew*, John and Henry) and Co. Cbaring-crcfs 
Fldaile, Sir James, Ei'daile, Haiti in et, Efdaile and Hammet, 73, Lomba:d ft. 
T'orP.er, Lubbock, Bofanquet and Co. Mar.fi nh ufe-fticet. 
Fuller, (William) Sen and Co. No. 24, Lombai d-lt. 1 ct. 
Fuller, (Richard) S ns and Vattghan, No. 84, Con.hdl. 
Goiling, (Robert, Fiancisand William) No io, Fleet ftreet. 
Glyn, Mills and Mitton, No. 12, Birthm-lane. 

Hankey, (Thomas) Joieih Chap. Hankey, Stepb. Hall, Robert and Richard 

Hankey, No. 7, Fenchui ch fh < et. 
Harley, Cameion and Sen, George jftreet^ by the M.infi jn- houfe. 
Haniion, Robert and Thomas ai 1 Co. Nu. 1, Manfionhouie ftreet. 
y . Hercy, B rch, Chambers and Hobbc, New Bond ftieet. 
Herrits, (Sir Robert) and Co. No. t6, St. James's- ftreet. 
Hoare, Henry, Henry and Charles, No. 37, Fleet fticet. 
Hodibli and Mitchell, near Cathe. i;u.-fti ect, Si 1 and. 
Jones, (J fej h and Daniel) and Co. No. 43, Lothbury. 
Ladbroke, Rawlinfon, Pork r and Wutfon, Bank-buddings. 
Lang ft* n, Towgood, and Amory, No. 20, Clement's- Lane. 
Lefevre, Curries, Yadowhy, and Raikts, No. 29, Comhill. 
Lcckkart, James and Jan e ,, No. 36, Pall-mall. 

Mackworth, (Sir He:b<a) Dorfctt, Jehnfon and Wilkinfon, No 68, New 
Bond-rtrteu 

Martin, Stone, Foot ;:n i Porter, No. 68, Lombai d-ftreet. 
Matter, Dawfon, Brook BLuton and Dixon, Chancery iane. 
Mildred, Malleroian, Peters, Walker, and M. hired No. 2, Whiiehean -court, 
" Gracechurch-ftreet. 
Moffat, Kensington and Styan, No. 20, Lombard ftceet. 
Newnham, Eve etu Dn mmond, Ti -betfi and Tanner, Ni». 65, Lembaid ft. 
Nigthingale, W:l!am and Ge rg< , No. 70, Lombai d-lti etfc 
Peel, Wilkes, Dickcnfon andGooJaH, Poultry. 

Prefcotts, Grotes, CuL erden and Holtfngworiii, No. 62, Threadneedle-ll. 
P> bus, Call, Gram and Hale, No. 148, OJd B.md-ftieet. 
! R*nfon: # MorlJid and Haaur.cr&y, Nj. 5-, Pali Mall. 

Robara 



Field Officers, He. 



(85) 



Rooars, Curtis,- Were, Hornyold, Berwick and Co No. 3*, Cornhill. 

J aun.ierfon, (Sir James) Harrilon, Brenchley, Bloxum and Co. Southwarfe, 

Siker, Sna<th and Snaiih, No. 5, Manfionhoufe-fl reef. 

5?m"th, Payne and Smith, Georges-ftreet by theManfion hou r €. 

Smi h, (Samuel) Sons and Co. No 12, Aldermanbury. , 

Smith, Wright, Hammet, and Co. No. %\. Lombard ftreet. 

Staples, Day, Staples Cox and Lynn, No. 8i. Cornhill. 

£tevenfon, No. 85, Queen-ftr*;et Cheapllde. 

Taylor, Llovd, Bowman, Hanbury and Co. No. 6"o, Lombard-fheet. 
Vere, Lucadou, Troughton, Lucadou, and Smart, No. 77, Lombard-flreefc> 
Wa^pde, Clark, Walpole and Clark, No. 18 Lombaid-ftreet. 
Wekh, Rogers, Olding and Rogers, FreemanVaourt, Cornhill. 
Whitehead, John, George and John, No 5, Bafinghall flre«t. 
Williams, Son, Wilkinfon and Drury, No. 20, Birchin-lane. 
Wids, Wood and Co. No. 76, Lornbard-flreef. 
Wright, Selby and Robinfon, Henrietta-flreet, Covert garden. 



MILITARY DEPARTMENTS. 

GENERAL and STAFF OFFICERS in Great Britain. 



Mj. Gen. Lt. O, W. Faucett, K B. 
Dep. Adj. Gen. Col.Oliv. de Lancey. 
Wr.Maji. Gen. Lt. Gen. Morrifon. 
Dep. Colonel John Moncr iefF. 
hifp. of Rec.bin}. Gen. Town'end. 
ray Mafis. Gin. Rt. Hon. Dudley 
Rider, and Rt. Hon Tho. Steele. 
t&mmJVOeth Thomas Bowlby, Efq. 
Deput. Weib. Ellis Agar, fefq. 
Jud./fdv. Gen. Sir Cha. Gould. Kt. 
Depui. J. Hume, Efq. 
Pyjic. G:n. Sir C.Wmtringham, Bt. 
Surgeon Gen. John Hunter, Efq. 
jabot b. Gen. Geo. Gamier, Efq. 
mrnm Major Gen. Wra. Hood, Efq. 

In North Britain. 
Covu in Gen. Lt. Gen v Ld. Adam 
Gordon. 



Adj. Gen. Hon. Alexander Leflie. 
Dep.A4j.Gen. Lt.Col.Wm. Wemyfs. 
Maj. Gen. Hon Alex. Lefl e. 
Bar. Maft. Gen. Hugh Munro, Efq, 
J* J. Adv. Sir John Dunbar, Bt. 

Comptrollers Office. 

Comptrollers^ Sir Jn. Dick, Bt. and 

Wm. Mollefon, Efq. 
Secretary Tho. Fauquier, Efq. 

Civil Department. 
Acccmpt. R. Edwards, Efq. 

Military Defartment. 
Acc9mpt. Wm. Walmfley, Efq.. 



The General and Fi eld Or f i cers of his Maj e fly's Forces 



Generals, 

1772. 
ARL or Sandwich 
y Rt. Hon. Hen. S 
Conway. 
Duke of Gl'ncefter 
179* 



17 77- 
Sir G. Howard, K. 
Lord Dover, K. B. 

177B, 
Duke of Argyll. 
Ld. Amhcrtt, K 



B. 



Lord Howard, K. B. 
Studholm Hodgfon 

1782. 
John Lamhton 
Marq. Townfhend 
Lord Fred. Cavendift 



M 



m 

Duke of Richmond 
Karl of Pembroke 
Sir John Sebright 
Hon George Carey 
•7 3- 

Hi>n. J. Murray 
Cyrus Trapjud 
Bigoe Armftrong 
Mara, ofLanfdown,K.G. 

C. Vernon, 
David Grjeme, 

Lieut. Generals. 

" 777- 
Rob Mel vi 11 
M Frederick 
John Thomas 
James Johnflon, 
lames Johnftoo, 
Horn Elphinfton 
Earl of Drogheda 
Wm Au^uftus Pftt 
Loid Adam Gordon 
Sir F.e.Haldimand,K B. 
Hon. Alex. Maitland, 
Earl of Ellington, 
Hunt Walfh, 
Loid Dorchefler, K. B. 
SirC.Thompfon, Bt K.B. 
Robert Clerk 
R. Cunntnghame 
Rt Hon SirW.Howe,KB 
"Lord George Lennox, 
Henry Fletcher 
John Hale 
Sir K. Boyd, K. B. 
Sir H. Clinton, K. B. 
Lord Southampton 
Bernard Hale 
John Burgoyne, 
Robert Robinfon 
Francis Craig 

D. of Northumberland, 
K. G. 

William Tavler 
Earl Cornwall^, K. G. 

'779. 
Darnel Jone* 
John bell 

Lauac. Btugh 



Field Officers, &c. 

i Sir D Lindfay, Bt. 
Hem y Smith 

1781. 

Edw. Maxwell Brown 
Eyre M:.il\y 
George Warde 
Flower Mother 
Joleph Gabbott 
Sir Robert Sloper, K. B 
Staates L' ng Morris 
Hon John Vaughan 
Earl or* Rofs 
Sir Robert Pigot, Bart 
Sir John Daliing, Bart. 
Ru'lel Manneis 
Thomas Hail 
SirR Murray Keith, KB. 
James Grant 
Sir William Fawcitt 
Marq. of Lothian 
Sir Charles Grey, K. B. 
Sir T. S. Willon, Bart. 
G Morrifon 
Thomas Clarke 
C. Rain*ford 

1784. 

Duke of York, K. G. 

1787. 
Spencer Cowper 
Edw. Matht-w 
R. Burton Philipfon 
Fiancis Smith 
lames Pattilbn 
Hon. AlexanderLefiie 
Samuel Cleaveland 
Hon. Henry St. John 
Sir Wm Eifkine, Knt. 
John Campbell 
Sir G. Ofborn, Bt. 
Major Generals, 

1781. 
Sir Tho. Shirley 
|of. Brome, Bt. 
Patrick Tonyn 
Gabriel Ch.illie 
John R.id 
Changs Rofs 
Sir Wm. Green, Bt. 
George Scott 



Charles O'Hara 
Robeit Sand lord 
L. A. Tottenham 
William Rowky 
James Siuait 
Hany Trelawny 
Peter Bathiirft 
Hon. Win Gordoa 
John Maunlell 
Stuart Douglas 
Robert Prefcot-t 
• 7 8z. 
Heni y Gladwin 
Hon. W. Harcoart 
Earl of Carhampton 
Wm. Daliyirplc 
Wm. Piaon 

S:r Hector Munro, K.B. 
Hon. E. Stopford 
Hon. Wm. Hervey 
Weir Hyde 
|no. Fletcher Campbell 
Francis La fee lies 
James Murray, 
Samuel Town. end 
Sir Hen. C aider Bt. 
Will. Meadows 
T. O. Mordaurat 
Anth. G Martin 
Benj. Gordon 
Hon. T. Biuce 
George Ainflie 
James Adc ane 
He ni y Pringle 
Edwaid Smith 
James D'Auvergne 
Tho. BUnd 
Felix Bulkeley 
C. Wilfon Lyon 
H. Watfon Powell 
T. Stirling 
Arth. T. Collins 
Philip Sk ene 
George Garm 
Richard Grenville 

.787. 
Rail of Lincoln 
John Campbell 
John LeLnd 
James Hanailtojl 



Field Officers, 



JohnStrattorr, 
Allen Campbell 
James Rooke 
Sam. Birch 
Charle? Crofbie 
Winter Blathwayt 
Earl of Suffolk 
Rslph Abercrombie 
Hon. Chapel Norton 
Alexander Rigby 
Joho Gunning 
1790. 

George Hotham, Aide- 

deCamp to the King 
David Dundas 
Adam Williamfon 
R. Abercrombie 
Gerard Lake 
Tho. Mufgrave, 
Guftavus Guydickens 
John Manfell 
Geo. Morgan 
Alex Stewart 
Jame? Coates 
Ralph Dundas 
Richard Whyte 
Alured Clarke 
lames Hugonin 

Colonels. 
1782. 
m ohn Lind 
William Sheriffe 
William Gripfield 
Samuel Hulfe 
Albemarle Bertie 
Cha. Vallency 
T. Pigot 

Hon. J. T. De Burgh 
SirJ.StevvartDenham,Bt. 
Thomas Car let on 
W. Cavend. Lylter 
James Marfb 
Charles Leigh 
Andrew Bruce 
James Ogilvie 
William Roberts 
Robert Kiogiton 
S4atthew Dixon 
Sir Rob. Laurie, Bt. 
|ohn Tapper 



Wm. Hamilton 
John Macdoncll 
William Martin 
John Archer 
William Edmeftone 
Forbes M'Bean 
David Home 
Hugh Debbeig 
Richard Dawfon 
Mont. Agnew 
Thomas Jones 
Stephen Kemble 
James Stuart 
Lai 1 of Balcarras, 
Hon. Ch. Stuart 
Cornel Cuyier 
Thomas Dundas 
E. of Harrington 
Hon R. Fitzpatrick, Aid 

de Camp to the King 
Nefbitt Baltour 
Edm Stevens, Aide de 

Camp t$ the King 
Thomas Trigge 
Lord Rawdon, Aide de 

Camp to the King 
Peter Craig 
Griffith Williams 
Benjamin Stthelin 
Edmund Fanning 

1783. 
Wm. Gardiner 
Charles Gordon 
Hemy John Ion 
John Yoike 

Hon Ed. Fox, Aide de 

Camp to the King 
Duncan MTherlon 
J. W. T. Watlon 
James Lumfdaine 
Lowther Pennington 
Patrick Bellcw 
1784. 

Philip Goldiworthy,^/J^ 
de Camp to the King 
1786. 
Duncan Hrummord 
Prince Edward, K. G. 
John Phipps, Eng. 
William Spry, ditto 
M % 



1787. 
Charles Eu trace 
Fr. Ed Gwynne* Aid ie 
Camp to the King. 
1788. 

Robert Morfe, Engineer 
Lord H^athfield, Aide 
de Camp to the King 
1789. 

Thos.Sloughter Stanwix* 
Aide de Camp ta the 
King 

Sir James Murray, Aide 
de Camp to the King 
1790. 

F Richmond Humphrey 
John Hughes 
Horaf io^iSpry 
Wm. Souter 
Harrie Innes 
Wm. Fawcett t 
Robert Donk in, 
Norman Macieo^ 
James Balfour 
Jas. Fr, Perkins 
Alexander Campbell 
Francis D'Oyly 
William Crofbie 
Sir James Duff, Kt, 
Jas. Moncref, 
Hon Henry Phipps, 
Grice Bink ney 
Paulus yEm.iius Irving 
John Small 
George Hairis 
Richard Vyfe 
Lord Cat heart 
Charles Talbot 
NaiTau Thomas 
Kingfmill Evans 
Colin Campbell 
Binallre Tarleton 
Sir H. Dalrympie, Knt. 
Gordon Foroes 
Andrew Gordon 
John Floyd 
Oliver de Lancy 
John G raves S ; mcoe, 
Robert Johnftone 

Jawes 



(88) 

James Henry Craig 
John Drouly 
And Farringdon 
Li eut. Colonels. 

1760. 
Edward Windus 

1 761. 
Sir Hugh Williams 
P. Chetter 

1761. 
Paul Em. Irving 
Robert Campbell 
Frecheville Ramfdsn 

i 7 6 S . 
Robert Rakt 

1772. 
Wm. Piers 
Nat. Heywood 
Charles Chapman 
Sir J. Johnftone, Bart. 
J. Walkinfhaw Crawford 
Richard Sherlock 
James Murray 
Samuel Zobeli 
Willi am Morris 
William Hunter 
C. Egerton 

' 777- . 
Hon. Mark Napier 

1779. 
Alexander Trotter 

1781. 
R. M. Lewis, 
Sir A. Cat! - art Bt. 

1 7bz. 
Thomas Glyn 
James Stuart, 
Will. Colquhoun 
Welb. Ellis Doyle 
Charles Horneek 
Alexander Rofs 
John White 
i' arl of Effingham 
Charles Graham 
And. J. Drummond 
Tho. Swanton 
Tho. Thoroton 
John St. Leger 



Field Officers, He. 

Chri(t. Maxwell 

Henry BoWy.tr 

R. B.ttefwortfi 

Tho Dawfan 

A. S de Peifter 

William Yorke 

J. W. Egerton 

Peter Hunter 

fofeph Walton 

John Williarnfoa 

Peter Trail, 

Ellis Walker 

Will. Johnfton 

Will. Maxwell 

Lord Herbert 

Eail of Chatham 

G. Campbell 

Alex. Campbell 

Vile. Field'ng 

Richaid Symes 
1783. 

W. Morlhead 

W. Rotheram 
J. Bowater 

Tho. Averne 

Colin Graham 
Thomas Duval 

Edward Eyre 
W. Robertlon 
Charles Stewart 
James Barker 
j. Campbell 
George Prefton 
Alexander Baillie 
C. Tarrant, 
John Hallowed 
William Cowley 
Richard Temple 
Arch. Campbell 
William Hsarifield 
Jas. Ahercro-nby 
Tho. Woolocombe 
William Lewis 
Miles Sandys 
John Barclay 
William Brown 
Lord Newark 

W- M'Carobtek 



W. Mat*. Richardfo* 
Philip Fall 
John Freke 
Sir R. Stuart, Bart. 
Henry Erfkine Knigh:- 
Hon. F. Needharn 
William Keppel 
Richard England 
W. Dalrymple 
Ld. H Fitzgerald 
J. Helv Hutchinfo* 
G. Anderfon, 
Hon. G. Rodney 
John Hamilton 

G. Bernard 
Alex. Hay 
Francis Dundas 
Charles Gordon 

H. Pigot 

Hon. Thomas Fane 
Hon. Colin Lindfay 
Alex. Rofs 
Thomas Coldie 
John Campbell 
Robert Douglas 
Hamilton Maxwell 
Wiliiam Danfey 
Simon Fraler 
James Stewart 
Hon. S. D. Straneways, 
Hon. Henry SkefRngtcn 
Hon. H. F. Stanhope 
Thomas Davies, 
Gorge Nugent 
Charles Hatlings 

1784 
Robert Manners 
William Loftus 
Alexander Duty 

1785. 
John Francis 
Abr. LVAttbanft 
17S6. 
William Myers 
Tofeph Eyre, 
Wm. Newton 
K 'G. Mulcailer 
Elias Durnford 



Oliver 



Field Officers, £sV. 



(»9) 



1787. 

Oliver Nicolls 
Alex. Mercer 
Stephen Bromfield 
George Hewitt 
James Hartley 
J. Buckeridge 
1788. 

James Adolphus Harris 
Will. Cotton 
Eyre Coote 
Arthur Oimflby 
G. K. H. Couffraatier 
Henry Read 
Wra. John Arabia 
Andrew Frazer 
Jeffrey Amherfl 

1789. 
Francis Richardftn 
Harry Burrard 
Charley Lennox 
Lord Strathaven 
George Don 
Wm. Breieton 
Thomas BoiVille 
Cathcart Taylor 
Wm. John Darby 
John Dillon 
Jn. Fr. Cradoek 
Colebrooke Nelbit 
Lord C. Fitzroy 
Stephen Howe 
Napier Chriftie Burton 
Richard Wilford 
Earl of Burford 
George Eld 

1790. 
! Edward Morrilba 
F. Sack. Head 
Sir Charles Algill 
Henry Greville 
Phil p Martin 
Chi. Gould 
Benj. Chapman 
Ken 17 Bairy 
Hon. C. Monioa 
)as. Perryn 
1 homas Garth 
BdwarJ Fre&mantle 



John Glover 
And. Coweli 
Richard Brooke 
Alexander Hart 
Henry HalTard 
Jas. Ferrier 
Jofeph DulTaux 
Colin Mackeszie 
Alexander Mair 
Mackay Hugh Baillie 
John Joynour Ellis 
William Owen 
Arch. Robertfon 
Robert Pringle 
Samuel Wildey Roberts 
Bryan Blundell 
John Percival 
John Dickfon, 
Charles Jackfon 
Mil. Staveley 
Hon. John Knox 
Ralph Ramfay, 
Samuel Knoliis, 
Daniel Vaughan 
John M'Gill 
Archibald Campbelf 
William M:>nfell 
John Bridges Schaw 
Hugh Maginnis 
John Kay 
Thomas Murray 
Jam.s Campbell 
Htmry Lylaght 
George Churchill 
Eyre Power Trench 
H. Fan ington Gardner 
George Beckwith 
W. G. Strutt 
J«>hn Lemon 
Tho. Robert 
Hon. G. J. Ludlow 
J^hn Moore 
Earl of Cavan 
David Baird 

1791. 
Hon. H. A Bennett 
Hon. F. St. John 
Wm. Borthwick 
Sir Cha« Rofs 



j John Wh : telocke 
j Hay Macdoweil 
I Ld. C. H. SomerfetS 
John Defpard 
R, H. Buckeridge 
Wm. Anne Villettes 
Jofeph Weftenra 
Major*. 

'745. 
Matt. Swiney 
Scot Floyer 

'759* 
Jas. Johnlton 

i 7 6r. 
Henry Boifrago© 

1761. 

Ncvinfon Poole 
Robert Ackland 
George Carr 
Sir Jn. Whitef »ord 
Donald Campbell 
John Tucker 
Thomas Cole 
177*. 
J. Watfon, 

' 777- 
W P. K. Trench 
Will.Cafhell 

.773. 
Hugh Lord 

'779- 

Bafil Heron 
William Anftruther 

1780. 
John Vignoies 
Wetwang Marfh 
John Mooney 
Richard Fleming 

1781. 
Jime* Urquhart 
Tho. HeweTon 

i 7 iz. 
Biulter Johnlton 
W. Swinburn 
£arle Hawker 
john D >yle 
Edw. W.iitmorc 
Peter Painter 
W. Brady 

K. C 4 Browne 



H. G. Browne 
Thomas Edgar 
Francis D'Arcy 
W, Varlo 
G. Elliot 
Benjamin Adair 
T. T. Fowke 
Duncan Campbell 
Thomas Aubrey 
J D. Al cock 
Patrick Wauchope 
J. Hipginfon 
John Weft 
Charles Smith 
VV. Shairp 
James Lovel 
Adam Price 
James Rollinfon 
Tho. Arnott, 
Baldwin Leightor* 
Tho. Caftie 
Arthur Erowne 
Br ere ton Poyntor* 
Patrick Sinclair 
Francis Lindfay 
Garret Fiflier 

G. l.e Hume 
J Eliord 
Benj. Fifli 
David Campbell 
Edward Wii ey 
C. Vallotton 
Vanghan Lloyd 
John Stewart 
Rich. Chapman 

M. B. St. Lcger Keating 
|. Coffin 
Hon. G Hanger 
R. Armflrong 

H. Waller 
Aich. Campbell 
John Callander 
John Murray 

.783. 
G. Vaughan 
Lord E. Fitzgerald 
Henr) Gage 
John Maw by 



William M'Myne 

Robert Arc; dale 

Marl. P Stirling 

Duncan Cameron 

William Gunn 

James Alien 

Perkins Magra 

Cha. W r illiam Efte 

Thomas Pitcairn 

John Ritchie 

Samuel Twenty man 

SirT. W. Dunlop, Bart, 

W. M. Maxwell 

Roger Aytoune 

G. Philip Hooke 

Colin Campbell 

Alex. M'Donald , 

G. Roch r ort 

Wm Congreve 

Philip H.lte 

Edw. Williams 

W. O Huddlcftoo 

T. Paterfon 

John Smith 

J. Lemoine 

James Wood 

David Scott 

George Fead 

James Sowerby 

W. Godwin 

John Hatfield 

Henry Flwes 

Hut. Dun'ap 

James Grant 

James Sturrock 

William Ancratn 

T. Da Cofta 

John Pigot 

A J ex. Duffe 

T. Hofmer 

S. Montgomery 

Tho. Ktherij'gtoa 

John Bull 

Oliver Lambert 

William Gray 

ft. Hamilton 

T. Blome field 

Robert R*e>rs 



David Ogilvy 
Theo Boi frond 
fames Johnloa 
Edw. Edwards 
Tho. Biady 
R. Uniacke 
David Johnftoae 
G. Ramfay 
J. D. Goll 
T. Edwards 
Patrick JacoW 
Paul Minchin 
David St. Clair 
Juhn Stretch 
J. W. Baillie 
William Price 
J. Cochran 
Fred Bowes 
Charles Greea 
Sam Ddvys 
James Campbell' 
G. Sladden 

G. Herbert 
B, Douglas 

J. P. W. Detoarroa 
F. Skelly 
J. E. Adlam 
Walter Scott 
John Lewis 
W. Farquhar 
Alex Jardine 
Sir C. Mai fli 
Evelyn AndeiTan 
Francis Grofe 

H. R. Gale 
J. Spens 

Hon G. Rawdon 
J. D. Hallic'ay 
P. J Taylor 
Hon. Fra. North 
Earl or Crav/Furd 
John Sayer 
Thomas Keating 
Hon. J. W. Stuart 
Hon. \ ei e Poulctt 
L. M k Lacblan 
Charles Martin 
Robert Hoburt 



Sif 



Field Officers, C*f. 



(90 



Sir Jas. Erfc. St. Clair 
Lud. Colquhoun 
Robert Mathews 
Tho. Thomp foa 
William Scoxt 

iff* _ 
Charles By J 
Pay Macdowjll 
Robert Tipping* 
Archibald Campbell 
Andrew Dan lop 
Tho. Campbell 
Pa' rick Murray 
Hon. William Cuffe 
Peter Daly 

Alexander Trotter 
Geo. Gillman 
Won, Geo. Walpolc 
Robert Clayton 
John Gratton 
Fiancis Fuller 

1786. 
William Dufte 
At thur Carter 
Wdliam Wcmyfs 
W. Caitwight 
Andiew Pi ke 
George Vefey 
James Affleck 

1787. 

William Oibora 
John Callow 
Francis Hugonin 
Iseorge Ha.t 
Stephen Frtemantle 
Far man Clole 

1788. 
Geo r ge Benfoa 
Stephen Poyiuz 
John Rob^nfon 
Wm. Campbell 
Wat; C^iaui 



Frank Moore 
1789.^ 

Alexander Rois 
Colin Campbell 
Walter Haynes 
Robe.-t Compton 
George Brudie 
[arnes Douglas 
W Caufabon Pur don 
Geo.ge Duffe 
p. F. Thjrne 
Wm, S>theron 
Wm. St. Leger 
1790. 
Charles Barton 
Tho. Gibbings 
Hen. BrownHgg 
Geo. Warde 
Wm. Gore 
Hon. kob. Taylor 
Hon. T. Maitland 
Pit. He] y 
Robert Stewart 
Wm. St. Clair 
Edward H and Held 
• Jonas Watfon 
John Blake 

Archibald M*AI letter 

Robert Irving 

James Wiietnan 

[ohn Smith 

Rich. BriglJI 

Wm. Browne 

Alex. Macdonal 

John Baird 
j R. Will. Wincheiler 

Wm Ramfay 

Robert Benuet 

Hugh Dixon 
; Wm. Harris 

John Barker 
jj John Perry a 
. {Frederick Cornwallis 

Sir Henry Marr, Knt. 



Gufkvus Bel ford 
Jafper Farmer 
George Petrie 
Samuel Steele 
Tho. Hartcup 
Wm. Aug. Romer, 
Adam Hay 
Andrew Rofs 
James Campbell 
Alexander Frazer 
Edward Madden 
John Ske ret 
John M'Kinnon 
HiUiebrand Oake 
Alexander Baillie 
Colin Campbell 
Robert Lindfaj 
Haiton Flood 
J flfe Wright 
Ben]. W eir 
Richard Timpfo* 
Bart. Williams 
Sim. Straniham 
Wm. Conyers 
Harry Ditrrus 
John Rofe 
John Wlltbd 
Geo. Pre volt 
Geo. Cockburne 
S. P. DilrVmple 
Coote Mannin :iam 
Hugh Frafer 
D. D. Wcmyfs 
Brent Spencer 
Geo. Dabymple 
Geo. Brown 
W m. G irdoa 
Jame Spcns 
B T. Henniker 
J. T. Builer 
A. L. Layard 
And. Saunders 
£d. Duiins 

G £ N T I R A L 



( 9 z) A LIST of the A R M Y. 

General and Field Officers having Local Raws. 



Generals, 
1776. 

Lord DorcheP.er, K. B 
Sir Wdliam Howe, K.B. 
Sir Henry Clirton.K. B. 

Lieut. Generals^ 
D of Northumberland, 
Earl Cornwallis, K. G. 
John Butgoyne 

1 777- 
Robert Melvill 

1782. 
Edward Mathew 
Major Generals, 

1777. 
lames Stuart 
Sir Heftor Munro, K.B. 

i 7 8 ? . 
William Meadows 

1782. 
Hor.. Tho. Bruce 

■7'°3> 

Allan Campbell 
Thftnas Jones 
Giles Stibbert 

Brigadiers. 
1763. 
John OiUaud 
John Camac 

1764. 
Charles Campbell 



Richard Smith 
Sir Robeit Baiker 

1782. 
Norman Macleod 
William Fullaiton 
G( rdon Forbes 
Andrew Gordon 
John Floyd 
James S'uart 
Arthur Owen 

1783. 
F. G. De Ruvijnes 
William Dalrympie 

1 785. 
Sir H, A. M. Ccfcy 
1786. 

Arthur Ahmuty 
Lieut. Colonels, 
1762, 
James Funck 

'777 
Jchn Upton 

178c. 

Alex. Innes 
Lo!< nz'i Moore 
Robert Pringle 
1 7 8 1. 
Jo'eph Wall 

178?. 

{Alexander Rofc 



Ham. Maxwell 
Hon. George Damsr 
George Mackenzie 
Hon, John Knox 
David Carrif bell 
Marl. P. Stirling 
Henry Barry 

17*3. 

Wm. Annefly Baillie 
JufHy Hill 
Ed. Rawftorne 

1787- 

Wm. Cook 

1788. 
Dugald Campbell 
Majors y 
1772. 
Lcckhart Rufiel 
1776. 
S. J. Holland 
1780. 
Tho. Gamble 
1782. 
Jchn Gratton 

James Wood 
|T. T. Metcalfe. 
R. E. Roberts 
17^. 
Robert Bruce 



A LIST OF THE ARMY. 



Life Guards - 

(Lcmhr. & IVcfimijiJhr ) 

Firfl Regiment, 
Cen. Lord Dover, Col. 

Lieut. Coionehy 
John Drouiy 
Henry Read 

Majors. 
Thomas Roberts 
Stcph. P yn:7. 

C.7/ taini^ 
George Mercer 
Henr> Lambeit 



Sherborne St( wsrd 
Cho. M. B. Walton 

Ltcuter.avtSy 
Francis Drouiy 
Thomas 1 ets 
George Gregory 
Henry Shelly 

Corn? ts y 
Edm. Tyrvh tt 
Henry Jchnlron 
Charles Howell Shepard 

Geo. Marfh, Chaplain 
Jollph Covkfon, rfdjt. 



Wm. Jackfon, Surg. 
Mr. Ridge, Agent. 

Second Regt. 
Gen. Lord Amhe;!!,^/. 

Lieut. Colonel , 
M Gen. Fel x Buckley 
W. Jo. Arabin * 

Major s y 
John Lemon 
Charles Barton 

Captains^ 
I. W. Com mere! I 
Collet Mawhood 

JoLu 



A LIST of the A R 



M Y. 



(93) 



John B. Gawlsr 
John Hughes 

Lieutenants, 
Wm, Mankll 
. Arthur Cuthbert 
Tho. H. Andrews 
Geo^e Cal.and 
John Buller 

Cornets, 
Ed H. Lambert 
Michael Impey 
Tho. R .insford 
Gerard GoiTelin 
Geo. Mhrfti, CbapL 
R. I. Starke Adj. 
R ch. Barker, Surg. 
Rols and Ogilvie. Agts 

RcyalHorfeGuards 

(England.) 
Cen H. S. Conway, Col 
M.G. Biathwayt,£/.C*/. 
Lt.Col.M. Stavely,iW<a;. 

Captains, 
Major G. Be I lord 
Andrew Corbet t 
Fran. Chaplain 
Robert Jefferlbn 
Wm. Paul Cerjat 
W. T Hull 
John Dorien, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
John Afluon 
John Boaid 
F,im R«dfe 
Henry V/are 
Cha. A. Dafhwood 
Word en Sergifon 
Hem y SI ope r 
John F. Howard 
O.rnets, 
Wm. Miller 
Ciihb- OawforH 
Bh Cha I urner 
lohn Law 



l 79 l 



George Smith 

W. Hen. Woithmgton 

Nicholas Daniel 

St. Geo. Bowles, CbapL 
John Law, Adj. 
Sp. Pembroke, Surg, 
Mr. Wilkinibn, Agt. 

Dragoon Guards* 

( England.) 

I. (King's) 
Gen. G. Howard, Col. 
Col. Rich. Vyie, Lt.Col 
Henry Waller, Maj. 

Captains, 
Major Hatton Flood 
Col. Mont. Agnevf 
John Prince 
John Trotter 
Alex. Frafer 
W T. Haw!, y 
J A\i\ Syer, dpt. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
John E liot 
W. R. F. Serjeantfon 
Samuel Need 
Thomas Finl.iy 
Wm. Tyndale 
Henrv Teefda!e 
W. M rton Ph ydell 
G. H. Wairin^ton 

Cornets, 
Charles Dawkins 
Edgar Hunter 
John Campbell 
John Ralcomb 
Sam. Swinfen 
George Ted"da!e 
Robert Bal ard 
William Gill 
Ch. Powlet, CbapL 
]<>hn Ba'comb Adj. 
Rud Rhodes, 5 rg. 
Kols audCollyer, Agts. 



N 



1L (Queen's) 
(England.) 
Gen. M. Town fend. Cel. 
Lord Herbert, Lt. Col, 
Lt. Col. T. UMlhyMaj. 

Captains, 
Charles Crawford 
W. Mstt. Spencer 
Robert Gordon 
James Hay Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
J. G. le Ma, chant 
P. S. Webb 
Richard Dnpui; 
Hu^h Dive 
James Singleton 
Cornets, 
Tho. M. Gibfoa 
David Fmlay 
Hon. Arch Stuait 
James Biock 

J. C. Ives Chapl 
Dnn. Dodpin Ad ft. 
William Tud >r, Surg. 
Cox 5c Green* oodAgts. 



HI, (Prince cftVa'es's) 

( England) 
Lt .G.R.B.Philliplbn, CI. 
M.Gn. l.Manlell, L'.&h 
Lt. Coi.R. B o( ke, Maj, 

Captains, 
Wm Charlton 
Grenada P got 
Wm. Suckling 
Tho.Tiddeman, Cap.Lt. 

Lieutcnanis, 
Whichcote Turner 
Philip Charlton 
John M m fell 
Samuel Rous Dottin 
M S. Maxwell 
Geo. Edw Graham 

Cornets, 
Hon. R. C Southwell 
Ilea. 



(90 



A LIST of the ARMY. 



Hen. Cjrr Ibbdlbn 
J. H. Fellowes 

Edw Kynafton, Chapl 
David Da vies. Adj. 
Rob. Scott, Surg. 
Lr.mb and Cock, Aktf. 



\V\(koyMriJh\ 
( Ire/ami. ) 

I Gen. Ceo. Ward, Col. 

Hen. Greville, Lt Col. 

Robert Stewart, Major 
Captains, 

Edwin Saunders 

John Clarke, 

John Mitchell 

Vile Con)ngham, C. 
Lieuterr.r.ts, 

William Ogiivie 

Jofeph Clarke 

liv. T. Carmichael 

John Straton 

Ro^er Cunn. Jones 
C:rmts, 

Wrn. Caruthers 

Thomas Butt-? field 

Jaooee S. Ridge 

Ed. M. Ryan 

Geo. W. Melli r ont 

William Smith 

Thomas May, Chapl. 

J< hn Straton, Adj, 
W. Ogiivie, Surg. 
Ormfhy and Co Agts. 



V. Irelavd. 
M Gtn.Xho. Bland, Col. 
Hon.H.?kefSngton, L.C. 

Hon. R. Taylor, Ma^r 

Captains, 
Rec'try-nd Browne 
S. C. Wcldr>n 
Jo n Perry 
.f 1 .Vandcleur > C*/</.Z,f. 
Lieutenants, 
- She i lock 



O^r'n^tr.n Blunden 
Martin Tucker 
Hon. G. Lowry Cole 
Adam Ormfby 
Comets, 
Sam. Corbet 
Gorges Lowther 
Wm. Ledwill 
A. R. Newburgh 

Stewart Blacket, Chapl. 
Sam. Corbet t, Adj. 
John Keir, Surg. 
S. and R.Wybrants,^//. 

VI. ( Carabin ) Ireland. 
M. G. E.Carhampton.C. 
Arthur Ormfby, Lt. Col. 
Wm. St. I *e^er, Major 

Captains, 
Jeremiah Smith 
Sir Thomas Chapman 
John French 
W. Temp' in-, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
George Daniel 
J. Temple ton 
John Longneld 
Falkinei Chute 
Stephen Trorter 

Ccrnets, 
Robert Gillelpy 
John G Croibie 
Matthew V. Sank ey 
F. N. Cullen 



George Miller 

Wm. Latham, Capt. Lt 
Lieutenan /, 

Thomas Manning, 

Michael Prcttie Head 

Gilbert King 

Hugh Moore 
Richard Creagh 
C rnet<, 
Dunbar Barton 
H. D. CoUough 
Ja. Confidine 
Richard Alleyn 
Arth Rich. B. Dilion 

W. O'Connor, Chapl. 
Rob. Miller, Adjt. 
Tho. Manning, Surg. 
S.and R. Wybr mt s,^//. 



T. B r ownrgg, Chapl. 
O. W. Gray, Adj. 
Ja. Wallace, Surg. 
Ormfby and Co. Agts. 

VII. Ireland. 
Lt.G. C. Crey, Ccl.K.B 
John Drlion, Lt. Cel. 
Edw. Dunne, Major 

Captains, 
Tho. P. Vanddeur 



Dragoons* 

J. (Rojnl.) 
( En? land.) 

Go. E, of Pembroke, C"4i 
Col. P.Gold: worthy/./ C. 
L.Col. H. HaO'ard,^;. , 

Cahtains, 
George Cerjat 
Wjll.>ayr.e 
Jo. Kin l ey 

Wil. Spenefr, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Geo. WalmHey 
Charles Dob Ion 
Thomas Mitchell 
Ab. Mathew 
Charles Cerjat 

Cot ne 's, 
Hon Tho. Caiito'a 
Richard S; ainloi th 
John T. H. Hopper 
John Sax ion 
T. R. Wyndham 
Wm. Owen 
Tho. Bargos, Chapl. 

Jo hn 



A LIST of the A R 



M Y. (gr) 



John Kin fey, Adj. 
Peter Oliver, Surg. 
Lamb and Cock, Agents 



II. {Roy. N. Britijh.) 
(England.) 
L. Gen.Ja. johnrton, Col. 
Col. Dav. Home, Lt.Col 
Geo. Ramfay, Major 

Captains, 
Geo. Sandford 
J. H. Boarriman 
Andrew Gillon 

C. Thompfon, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Laur. Staples 
John Freeman 
John S. Kerr 
Arch. Boihwell 
Digby Hamilton 
Cornets, 
John Leigh 
M. Bu'goyne, Bt. 
Robert White 
Robert Jones 
Henry Percy Pulleine 
Hugh Owen, Chapl. 

D. Hamilton, Adjt. 
W. R. Shapter, Surg. 
Rofs and Co) lie i, Agts. 



III-. (King's.) 
( England.) 
L.G.L. Southampton, C. 
C. Taylor, Lt Col. 
John Callow, Maj. 

Captains. 
William Waller 
Chrillophcr Watfon 
John Parflow 
William Wade, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Cha. F. Wintour 
Charles Pye 
Nicholas Sykes 
Rich. A Stevenfon 
Hon. S. H. Lurniey 



Edward Smith, Bt. 
Cornets. 

Francis Lafcelles 
John C. G. Sawrey 
Edward Andrews 
Philip Ditcher 

Jn. Fitz Brand, Chap. 
Francis Lafcelles Adj. 
Bunce Cur! ing, Sur. 
Cox 6cGreenwood,/^/j. 



IV. (%ueen\) 
(Eng land.) 
Gen. Ld Howard, Col 
M. G. J. Hugonin, L.C. 
Francis Hugonin, Maj. 

Captains . 
|onn Dalton 
G. W. Thompfon 
Robert Wilk n 
Burgh Leighion, C. Lt. 

Lieutenants . 
Hon. David Ogilvie 
Bohun Shore 
William Gooch 
John Gafk 
G. P. Huichinfon 

Cornets. 
John Wingiield 
T. Stepney -Crudlcigh 
Patrick Marvel! 
Richard Beresford. 
Thomas Pa\ ter 
Wm. Hoo pet- 
Charles Beamifli, Chap. 
George And er ion, Adj. 
James Bebenna, Surg. 
Cox & Greenwood^ ts. 



V. (Ry bijfr) 
[Ireland.) 
L. G.R.Cunirjghame,C. 
Col Ja. Siewart, L. C. 
B. T. Henniker, Maj. 



Captains. 
Earl of Erroi 
Richatd Cooke 
Henry Harcourt 
Hen. Ra. Knight 
Sim.L Coningharn,CJ,. 

Lieutenants 
William Irvine- 
George Magill 
Alexander Goldie 
William Jones 
Nuttal Green 

Comets 
Daniel Stephens 
Wynne Fawcctt 
Norton Hutchinlbo 
* 1 Sj icer 



Richard Defpard, Chap* 
Wynne Fawcett, Adj. 
Francis Frafcr, Surg. 
Frafer and Reed, Agts. 

VI. (Innifkilling.) 
(England.) 
L.G James Johnfion,6V, 
Col Ld.Heathfieh:,L.C. 
Lt. Col. A. Hart, Major 

Captams. 
Maj William Gunn 
Wm. Ld. Banff. 
R iljih Bales 
Hen. And. Cerjat, C. L. 

Lieutenants . 
Henry Wilfon 
Francis Hammond 
William Pafton 
John O'Brien 
John Hart 
John R. Fletcher 

Cornets. 
G. W. Rid fay 
Cam bell Morris 
Richard O' Donovan 
Thomas Menvyn 
Edward Wilfon 
Robt. Allen 



Dale 



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Dale Lovett, Clap. 
John O'Brien, Adj. 
John Botton, Surg. 
Lamb and Cock, Agts y 

VII. {Queen's) 
{England.) 
Lt. Gen. H. Clinton, C. 
John W. Egerton, L. C. 
William Ofborne, Maj. 

Captains. 
Richard Watlbn 
Mich. Barne 
Tho. Lloyd 

G. W. Wollafton, C.Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Rich. Keliall 
Fran. Weymfs 
Hen. C. Vince 
Wm. Langley 
Geo. J. Campbel 

Corntts. 
James Wa!myn 
John Walhouie 
Thomas Cubans 
G. T. Smith 
Rich. Pine 

George Strahan, Chap. 
Edward Sankey, Adj, 
David Corbet, Surg. 
Cox & Greenwoo \Agts 

VIII (Km^s Roy.IrtJh) 

{Ireland.) 
M.Gcn. F. Lafcelles, C 
Richard R V/ilford,L.c7. 
J.Erfk.St.Clair, hi. Maj. 

Cattains. 
Charles Newmaa 
Alex. Maclean 
]ohn Staple tod 
J bo -Sin tag. Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
James Euttace 
Wm. Whaley 
Jofeph Mat! hews 
Rich. R<>beits 



Hon. H Howard 

Cornets. 
John H. Browne 
Rich. fCitfon 
Wm. Oufley 
Hon. J. Creighton 
Rowley Lafcelles 

Ed. Chriftian, Chap. 
Jofeph Malone, Adj. 
St. LegerHinchley 
S. & R.Wy brants, Agts. 

IX. {Ireland-) 
M. Gen. F. Movher, C. 
]. WeRenra, Lt. Lot. 
A. Saunders, Ma^r 

Captains, 
Hum. Denis 
Ed. W therington 
And. Philip Skene 
R. Donald Ton, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
John Beevor 
Ar Innes 
Rich. Johnfton 
James Hall 
Wm. Gale 

Cornets, 
Alf, F. Armftong 
Jn. W. Wilkins 
Henry Lo ts 
Wm. Jevers 
Rich. Uniacke 
Rob. ]n. Love 
Jam. Siurin, Chaplain 
Rich, (rhnllon, Ad). 
Wm. Wallace, Surg. 
Frifer and Reed, Agts. 

X (Prince of Wales.) 

( F.n^la na ) 
Gen. Wm. A. Pitt, Col. 
Wm. Newton, Lt. Cel. 
Wm. Cartwright* Maj. 

Captains. 
FranJs Gregory 



Wm. Hen. Pitt 
John Slade 

H. T.Templer, Cap.Lt. 

Lieutennnis, 
Tho. A. Deane 
Jofiah Cottin 
Peter Shadwell 
Hon. W. Lumiey 
Wm. Churchill 
Cornets. 
Rich. Moore 
Hon A. W. Macdonald 
Geo. Leigh 
Thomas Gooih 
Wm. Fu Ier 
El mil. Delme 
H. Hammond, Chab. 
Peter Shad well, Adj. 
Thj. Merrick, Surg. 
Cox&Greenwood,^'/. 



XI. (L'tht) Ireland. 
Gen. S. fjodgfoflj Col. 
M Gen.R. Dundas, L.C, 
Frank Moore, Major 

Captains, 
>ohn Carnegie 
Geo. Mitchell 
Wm. Trevi ian 
Roger Hayes, Cap. Lt, 

Lieutenants . 
J; W. Childers 
Wm. Hen. Harnage 
Geo. Gordon 
James Staling 
A. Mackenzie 

Cornets, 
Geo. Lyons 
Geo. T. Thomas 
Thomas Matter 
John E. Matt ear 
Hen. J dimming 
John Anderlon 
Henry Adams, Chaplain 
Jn, Anderfon? Adj. 
John Mallet, Surgeon 
Mr. Ada ; r, Agent 



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Xll.{P. of Wales's Light) 

[Ireland ) 
Sir.J.Steu. Denham, Col. 
John Francis,, Lt Col. 
Ed. Willey, Major 

Captains. 
John Wai ren 
Maj. Step. Freemantle 
Mer. ArchJ.ill 
Ed. Kelly, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenanti . 
John Holmes 
Thomas Martin 
Robert Cooke 
Mich. Head 
G. E. Madden 

Corne:s. 
John A O'B.ien 
S.im. Bayiey 
Tenifon Lyons 
Jo'."_;>h Robins 



John Farnham, C^ap. 
Simon Toole, Adj. 
Greg. Foulkes, Surg. 
Or.nfby and Co. Agts. 

XIH. [Ltcrht) I>eLrti<:, 
Lt.Gcn. Fran. Craig, C, 
Col. 

Hon. G- Walpole, Maj 

C 'dp tains* 
Matt. Baillie 
H. C. Gumbleton 
John H pe 

Law. Dundas, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Chnr. Hamilton 
R' bei t Bolton 
Samuel Cooke 
Richard French 
Cornets, 
WiHiam Willis 
Hon. John Moore 
Chrilropher Shears 
John Rvbbins 



Clement Mafly 

A. G. Stewart, Chap. 
Law. Dundas, Adj. 
Malachi Queeiy, Surg. 
S. & R.Wy brants, Agts. 

XIV. [Light) Ireland. 
Lt. Gen. R. Sloper, tel. 
Col. G. Black eney, L.C. 
Ar. Carter, Major 

Captains. 
George Dunbar, Bt. 
Hugh Tuite 
David Melefont 
Jn. Kindillon, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
James Leathern, 
Hon. J. Browne 
Jn. B. Wanrit^forri 
Stephen Mahon 

Cornets. 
Wm. Connell 
Loi enz M Moore 
fid ward Gerard ButleT 
James Bu:ler 
Sty. T. Powell 

Ptfter Vatas, Chaplain 
Jam. Leathern, Adj. 
Geo Bortbwick, S>rg. 
S.& R.Wybrants Agts. 

XV. {King's Light) 
England. 
L. G Ld.Dorchefter, C. 
Col. F. E.Gwyn, Lt. C. 
L. C. G.Churchill,3f<i/. 

C a Mains. 
G. Cxfur Hopk infon 
Jeffery Wheelock 
Wm Frikine 
Jn PolhjllyC^f. Lt. 

Lieut? nan ts. 
Wm. Ay ett 
Rob. Pocklington 



Niithaniel Ogle 
Sandford Lamb 
William Stapleton 

Comets. 
Rich. A. Seymour 
Granby T. Calcraft 
Wm. Hilton 
Char. Hopkinfoa 
Fred. G. Cooper 

James Willis, Chaplain 
Wm. Hilton, Adjutant 

m. Turner, Surg. 
Mr. Adair> Agent. 



XVI. [Queen's Light) 
(England) 
M. G. H.W.HnrcourtC. 
Col R. Laurie,/?^. L.C. 
L. C. H. F.Gardner, M. 

Cap t air s. 
Wm. Bovce 
Robert Wood 
James Wilfon 
A. Carmiehael,C<7/». Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Samuel Hawker 
Alex. Sai all et 
Wm. Archer 
Wm. Lee 
George A nf>n 

Cjrnets. 

Samuel Goddard 

feph Starkey 
Charles Stone 
Charles Smuh 
Matr Sharpe 
form S. Stu-f : 
Tho Sheriff*, Clap. 
Charles S one, Adji 
John Burnet, Surg. 
Mr. Colly er, Agt. 



XVH. (Light) helanl. 
M. G. E of Lmcoln, Col. 
M. Gen. S. Birch, Lt.Co! 
Col. O. De Lancy, Maj. 



Captains 



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T S T of the A R M Y. 



Captain r. 
Major Rob. Archda'e 
George Pigott 
Hon. John Hope 
Harry Ne'etlevC'ap. /./. 

Lieutenants, 
John Jones 
John Black 
Evan Lloyd 
Wm. Jepi'on 
Richard Odium 
Cor nets. 
F. Edward Lee 
Peter D Du Moulin 
Wm. Sydney Bacon 
Ghriflophef Johntlon 



Tho. Snevd, Chaplain 
Job Gi4)foa, Adjutant 
Cfrrilt. Johnfton, $«r£. 
S. & R Wybrants,^g** 



XVIIl Ireland. 
L. G. E. of Drpgfaeda,C, 
M.Gen.C.W.Lyon,X/.C. 
Hon. Wm, CuiFe, 
Gap t a ins ^ 
Hamilton' Crajfcn 
He cry Geo. Grey 
Ld. R. Pitz Gerald 
Wm. Chiiftmas, C.Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
John Lawrenfon 
John Grogan 
Hon. Fran Ma 1 hew 
Mich (TMtara 
James Prelton 

Cornels* 
William Kiw hoi foil 
Jair.es Reynell 
John Poe 
Richard Gore 
Tho. Go'.d;e 

John Barret, Chaplain 
Jo In Lawrenfon, Adj. 
Hugh Cafement, S-rg. 



Frafer and Reed, Agts. 

XIX. (Ligkt) E. hides. 
L.G.H.W.Howe,A-.fi.C. 
Col Jn. Floyd, It. Gel. 

Majors. 
Ja nes Affleck 
George Browne 

Captains. 
William S.ige 
W. G. Child 
Tames Campbell 
Robert Antley, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Thomas Paterion 
John Bailey 
V/alter Monteath 
Jarneb Patter Ton 
James Ken iedy 
Arthur Brabazon 
Red. Mackenzie 
Charles Maddifon 
James Cockburne 
Rich. Drummoud 
john Fortnam 

Cornets . 
John Banker 
George Hale s 
John F. Snow 
James Cathcart 
Robert Li He 
John Winne 
Henry Roberts 
John Fortnam 
John Pi\c?,C/:afjJain. 
Tho. Hafl'ell, Adjut. 
James liwine, $u> gecn 
Cox&Greenwood, sigts. 



Foot* 

I. (Fool-Guards) 

lL:nd:n & PFeJImtnJler) 
G.Duke of Gloucefter^Ct 
M.Gen. Geo. Garth L.C. 

Majors. 
M. Gen. Geraid Lake 
Col. Samuel Hulls 



Col. Albemarle Bertie 
Captains and Lt. Cols. 
Ctrl. Edrund Stevants 
Patrick Belltw 
Fra. D'Oyly 
JjmesDuffe, Kt. 
Charles Talbot 
Kingfmiil Evans 
Colin Campbell 
Thomas G yn 
Wm. Cohjuhoun 
A. J. Drummoud 
Hon. Francis Nedam 
Hugh Dalrymple, Kt. 
Hon. Henry Phipps 
H. H. Fits R. Sianhope 
Alex Drury 
john St. "Leger 
G. K. H. Coumnaker 
Fran. Richardfon 
Charles Afgill, Bt. 
Hon. Cha. Monfon 
Jame 5 Perryn 
Hon. G. J. Ludlow 
Hon. H. A. Bennet 
Harry Burra d. Cap. Lt. 
Lieutenant! & Captains. 
Augullu* Maitland 
Geiard ■ Pitzgerald 
Hon. Jn. Leflie 
H >y Wynyard 
Juhn Smith i 
Wm. Thornton 
Lloyd Hill 
Duncan Camp* 11 
Wm. Can i field Archer 
Hon. Ed. Phipps 
In. Majcribanks 
Wm. Dowdelwell. 
Ar. Whciham 
John G' fling 
George Brifrow 
Hon. Cha. Fitz Roy 
Henry Cha^or 
Fred. C. White 
B. W. Darwin Cooke 
John Gage 
Robert Williams 

Hon. 



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Hon. Jn. Brodrick 
Henry Warde 
Wm. Hen. Clinton 
Lewis G. Dive 
Tho. Boone 
William Cox 
Moore Difney 
Fyfhe De Burgh 
Rob, Cheney 
Hon. A. Hope 

En/ignf. 
Ceo. Cooke 
John S. Seab, ight 
Joieph Andrews 
G. D. Drummond 
F. Geo. Ruddock 
Henrv F. Campbell 
Denzil Onflow 
George Bi uOil 
Hon. Frtd rick Hervey 
Henry Clinton 
V'rn. An' on 
John F. Buller 
James Bov d 
Wm., Whea'iy 
John S. Smith 
E> W V. Saliibury 
Hon. Philip Cocks 
Ed Oreg 1 . Morant 
L. R. Tollemache 
Wm. Langhorn 
John Durf 
John Francis Kerry 
Ld. Fred. Montagu 
John Fox, Chaplain 
Adjutants* » 
|ohn Smith 
Wm. Thorton 
loyd Hill 

Quarter -tyaftert* 
Ibeit Baciger 
Wm- Hockaday 
ohn Charlton, Sttrg. 
i incis Laurd,<W/<r//?r. 
ox& Greenwood,-^/*. 



(Cs/ilJI. Foot -Guards) 
m.orihr, &y/rl} ; >,r,7l}cr.) 

1..G DukeofYorke, C. 



M.Gen. A. Martin, Lt.C 

Majors. 
M. Gen. H. C. Norton 
M. Gen. Geo Morgan 
Captain! & Lt. Coknels. 
Col. L. Pennington 
T. S. Stanwix 
Wm. Mr r {head 
Hon. Thomas Fane 
Thomas Bofville 
G. Ld. Strathaven 
Ld, H. Fitz Gerald 
George Eld 
Ed, Morrrifon 
Charles Gould 
George Nugent 
J. Edwards Frecmantle 
And. C< v>c!l 
Ld. Cha. H. Somerfet 
R. E. of Cava n. Cap. Lt 
Lieutenants & Captains 
f hn H. Fraler 
Hon. Ed. Fi ch 
Ifaac Gafgoyne 
Cha. H. Bulkeley 
John Calcraft 
Hen, Ja. Forbes 
Ja. Ld Tor pic hen 
Wm. De Viime 
Ed. Hewgill 
Henry Calvert 
Went SerR 
Roger Morris 
Wm. Wynyard 
Beaumont Hotham 
Arthur Brice 
Lord. Save Se le 
Charles Hotham 
Hon. G. P ttu r <y 
Richard Gi e^ory 

Enfuns. 
K. A Howard 
Hon. Hen. Windfor 
Wm. Buller 
Wm Walter V.ine 
Geo. Dafhwood 
Tho. Arm (hong 
Richard Halle 
Harry Chefter 



John Shelly, Bt. 
Hon. S. Ongley 
Henry Bayly 
Hilton Joliffe- 
Francis Gerard Lake 
Hon. W. Fitz Roy 
Ld. Wm. Bentinck 
Geo. Dyke 

George Routh, Chapl, 

Adjutants. 
Edwin Hewgill 
Wm. Wynyard 
Henry Harman, §L M. 
Fancis Knight, Surg. 
Juilice Willis, Solicitor 
Cox & Greenwood, 



III. (Foot-Guards) 
(London Q^fVeftminJhr) 
Gen. D. of Argyll, Col. 
M. G.G.Guy Icker.bL.C. 

Majors. 
Col. Wm. Grinficld 
Col. Cavenoifh Lifter 
Captains <Sf Lt. Colonels* 
Charles Leitrh 
J. W. T. Waifon 
Dun. M'Pherion 
Nallau Thomas 
Robert Johnltone 
Tho. Swanton 
Hon. Geo. Rodney 
Wm. Lot t us 
Henry Pi ot 
A. lex. CatnpbeU 
Ld. Ch. Fiu Roy 
N. C. Burton 
F. S. Stead 
Robert Manners 
Hon. H. Pclham, L. C. 
Lieutenants & Captains, 
George Milner 
W. D. Ckp. Maclean 
Lord SempiH 
Charles Ba: nt t 
Siew. Campbell 
John Stuart 
Tho. GrolVenrr 
George Talbot 

Wm. 



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I S T of the ARMY. 



Wm. V. Walhngford 
Wm, Draper 
Dav. Cunynghame 
Sam. Dalrymple 
Hugh Canv t bell 
Wm. Johnfton 
T. H. Turner 
Cha. Harvard 
Robert Dalrymple 
John Ran. fay 
Richard Warren 
Enfigns. 
Wm. T. Dilkes 
Hon. E Stopford 
Rob. Anftruther 
George Clayton 
Cha. Wynch 
George Kctham 
Joieph Copley 
Bigoe Armftrong 
John Murray 
Ralph Hamilton 
John Campbell 
John, Ld. Rollo 
Geo. Murray 
Hon. W. Fermor 
Ed. Stephens 
Hon. Grey Charleton 
Robeit Wright, Chap. 

Adjutants. 
Wm. Draper 
Wm Tho. Dilkes 
James Lees, Q*M. 
John Leflie, Surgeon 
Alexander Hols, Solicit. 
Rofs and Ogilv"ie, Agts. 



I. {Royal \ft. Bat.) 

L G. Ld. A. Gordon, C. 
L. Col. F. Dundas, L.C. 
L.C J. W. Grten,M.jjor 

Captains. 
Wm. Duncan 
Ed. Pemberton 
Fran. Mannoch 
Chr ; (lopher Morfhead 
W. Jas Cockbutne, Bt. 



Tames Irvine 
). C. Cowell 
Tho. Frafer, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
James 'Edwards 
Rob. Nicholfon 
John Puxley 
John Clunes 
Gordon Skelly 
Wm. Duncan 
Wm. Douglas 
Nathanial Myoit 
James Blair 
Wm. G. Clarke 
Enfigns. 
Neil M'Kellar 
Henry Erlkine 
John Ui quhart 
Hut ton R. Spencer 

Smith 

John Aggea 
Dav. Rattray 
Tho. Seaver 

Miles Beevor, Chaplain 
Gordon Skellv, Adj. 
A. David ion, %. Mnjl. 
Thomas Young, Surg. 
vielTrs. Meyricks, Agts. 

(L Roy. %d. Battalion.) 

L.G. Ld A.Gordon, C. 
Col. J. Lumfdaine,Z.C 
L. C. A. Campbell, M. 

Captains. 
Major J. Cochran 
Robert Bonnet 
Ninian Imrie 
Duncan Campbell 
John Drinkwater 
Arch. Campbell 
Py nfeni Reeves 
Earl of DalhoiifieCVr/j.Z. . 

Lieutenants. 
Neil Campbell 
Jameo Finney 
Colin Macdonald 
Pat. Mackenzie 



Francis Bird 
James Ronaldfon 
Duncan Matkeller 
Donald Macdonald 
James Smith Bai Hie 
John S. Wood 
Wm. C chrane 
Enfiirns. 
J. H. Robertfon 
Hon. Rob. Mead 
Allan Maclean 
Thomas Stibbert 
John L. Gower 
Alex. M-cdonell 
John Campbell 

George Beevor, Chap, 
James Finney, Adjut. 
Thomas M fc Kie, % M. 
vVm. Graham, Sur%. 
MelTrs. Meyricks, Agts, 

if. (Stnetn's Royal.) 
[Brittjb IJUbhfi.) 
Lt. Gen. D. Jon e Co!. 
Hon.F. Si.John,L/XV. 
Wm. Gray, Major. 

Captains. 
T. Woolcombe 
Robert Rait t 
H. G. C. Stapleton 
Love Parry Jones 
Cha. Ludw. Forth 
Charles Montagu 
Geo. Wor. Bay mum 
Ed. Baynes, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Alex. Gordon 
John Hale 
Thomas Dewell 
Wm. Gray 
lenjamin Edwards 
leorge Daw Ion 
J.L. Evejegh 
Chirl.es Maitland J 
Alex. Adam 
Bryan Philp t 
Richard Chambers 
Law. Baynes 

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Etj/tgns* 
Wm, Cockell 
Nicholas Ramfay 
George Groves 
Francs Raleigh 
John Elliot 
John Kinfbury 
Charles Stewart 
Charles H. Neville 
fames Hare 

rlenry Hawes, Chaplain 
John Hale, Adjutant 
Thomas Millar, 
ohn Hannay, Surg. 
VleflVs. Meyricks, Agts 



II. {Eaft Kent Buffs) 

I Gen. T. Hall, Col. 
A. Gen. A Stewart, L.C. 
,t.Col.Ld.Newark Maj. 

Captains. 
.. C.W. M. Richardfon 
4aj. O. Lambert 
!ha. M^Murdo 
rancis Incledon 
ofiah Champagne 
'ho. B. Tyndale 
obert Balfour 
eorge Kay, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Vm. A. Prevoft 
eo. Deffe! Bowas 
hn Gardiner 
lex. Petrie 
hn Willington 

Montgomery 
ho* Fran. Davidfon 
ob. Mac Murdo 
rch. J. Mac Donald 
ichard Blunt 
eorge Sinclair 
larke Willimot 

Enfigns. 
dward Rogers 

Bar. Henegan 



George Daniel 

John Jacobs 

Hum. Jones j Chaplain 

John Gardiner, Adj. 

Tho. Hawkins, % M. 

John Dryden, Surgeon 

Armftrong&Smithj^r/ 

IV. [King's) 

Lt. Gen. J. Burgoyne,C 
Col J. O^ilvie Lt. Col. 
Pere. Fra. Thome, 

Captains. 
Nathaniel Kane 
Wm. Dickfon 
George Johnftca 
John Storey 
Wm. Minet 
George Rofe 
John Hodglon 
Ed. Riely Cope, C. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
William Dyott 
Jn. Doinge Horndon 
Wm. Montgomery 
John Ifaac 
Cha- Mundin 
Samuel Dales 
Arch. Moiman 
Henry Davis 
Robert French 
Wm. Archdall 
John Daniel Kane 
Enfigns. 
Lifter 



hn Popham Watfon 
unbar James Hunter 
HawKUs 



Thomas Winckley 
Rd. Lyttelton Reynell 
Peter Folter 
Peter A. Larfargue 
Edmund Faunce 
Ifaac Boardman 
Francis Brooke 
Wm. Morris, Chaf>* 
Wm. Dyott, Adjutant 
Charles Mundin, & M. 
Francis Maguire, Surg. 
Mr. Col Iyer, Agenfc 



V. (North nmberland) 

M.G .Hon.E.Sto pfoi d, C. 
Col.Tho.Carleton, L. C 
John Smith, Major 

Captains. 
Charles Stepheofoi 
Ed. Charlton 
Walter Patridge 
Jofeph Bunbury 
Thomas Ballet 
Aug. Fitzgerald 
Thomas Steuart 
Robert PiZltjCapr. Lu 

Lieut(»a\ts. 
Henry King 
John Hamilton 
Roger Hall SheaflTe 
David W. Smith. 
Thomas Allifon 
Henry Darling 
Ralph Rofs Lewe« 
Prideaux Selby 
(George Hill 
Benjamin Roche 
Thomas Falkiner 
Enfigns. 
JohnM. R. D. Mafo* 
Thomas Bonner 
Jas. Matt. Hamiltoa 
Wm. Godley 
George Wcftropp 
Wm. Gleadowe 
Wm. Gainfort 
John Ufher 
John Rufs, Chaplain 
George Hill, Adjutant 
Daniel Green, £>. M, 
Wm. Holmes, Surgeon 
Me lire. Meyricks, Agts. . 



VI. (ijl rVarivtcfjk-) 

L. Gen. L. Baugh, CoL 
John Whyte, Lt. CoU 
Geoige Vefey, Major 

Captains. 
Major Tho. Edwards 
William Scott 

Thomas 



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Thomas Slater 
Thomas Welch 
Arthur Forbes 
Wm. F. Macbean 
Alex. Adolphus Dalley 
Walter Sharpe,G*/>. Lt 

Lieutenants. 
John Edwards 
Archibald Chriftie 
Ed ward Thong 
Robert Patrick 
Eyre M. Evans 
James Fitzherbert 
Thomas Carnie 
Wm. Mence 
W;lbraham T. Edward^ 
Hit 'man Jones 
Ham. Leo. Earle 

Lnfigns. 
Tho. M >lyneux 
Alexander White 
John Ekins 
Hon. Geo. Kiig 
James Ca ter 
Cha. Wyndham Burden 
-John Lafjgley 
John NeTfon 
John Ogle, Chaplain 
Arch. Chriftie, Adjti. 
Wm.Hr.gue, ^Maft. 
Richard Fletcher, Surg. 
Cox&Greinwcod, Agts 



VI I. (Rcjal Fuzi leers) 

Vr. Edward; A". G. Col. 
Jn. Defpard, Lt. Col. 
An. L. Layard, Major 

Captains 
J. A. Shuttlcworth 
James Burrocs 
Wm. C Hughes 
Akx. Walker 
Tho. L'Ellrtnge 
Thomas Saumarez 
Waller ClifFe 

Robert Wi } kcr } C >pjj. 



Lieutenants. 
G. W. Dyail Jones 
James ShuttK worth 
Henry J.Reynett 
John A. Prevolt 
Wm. Pigott 
And. Weliwood 
Richard Kdgar 
Geo. St r a. Smyth 
Henry Veitch 
Hoi.. Cha. Tufton 
Fred. H ardy man 
Charles Domville 
Wm. Henry Difcby 
Alex. Napier 
James Stuart 
Thomar, Gray 
Robert Rois 
J. S, Maxwell 
John Wetherall, Chap 
G. S. Smyth, Adjutant 
Rob. Walker, ^ M. 
Geo. Hazelton, Surgeon 
Cox&Greenv ood,Agts 



R M Y. 

Ed. Whitehead 

' _ Erfg.i 
Rnce Maxv. ell 
Philip Arrrltronj* 
Hryce Mac Murd* 
James Booth 
Henry L. l^ickenfon 
George J. Reeves * 
John T. Armllrong 
Wm. C; eagh 
P. Rolenhagen, Chap. 
Robert Pollard, AiljuU 
Patrick Gibfon, ^. M. 
Edward Smith, Surge ox 
Mr. Armftrong, Agt. 



VIII. (King\) 

Gen. B Armfbong, Cel. 
A. S. de Peifter, £t. Col 
Andrew Parke, Major 

Contains. 
Samuel Wilioe 
Thomas Armllrong 
John Delgarno 
Daniel Merer 
Thomas Pt pyt 
Geo. Armftrong 
Durell Sammarez 
John Burne , Capt.Lt. 

Lieutenants* 
J feph Wilmot 
Robert Pollard 
T. St. Geo. Armftiong 
Daniel Blifs 
Alex. Duke 
Robert Molefwrth 
Bigoc Armfl. Stoney 
Geo. A- ArmuVong 
Kobcri Young 



IX. {Eaji Norfolk) 

U.Gen.Hon.A. Leflitff. 
John Campbell, Lt CcL 
John Ritchie, Major 

Captains. 
Major A. Baillie 
John Smith 
Alex. Buchannan 
Wm. Rcfe 
John Piercy 
Wm. Rogeifon 
John Cuninghame 
Thomas Dean, Cat. I.t, 

Lieutenants. 
Arch. MTeaq 
J. H. Mitchell 
Alex. Loraine 
James Rofe 
A rch. Campl^II 
J. O. Vandeleur 
JomesH. Of^ald 
G. J.M.F. Farrell 
Henry Stopf >rd 
John N. Smith 
Thomas Bodkin 
F.^ftgns. 
Abraham Newnrr.m 
Edward Mockler 
Wm. Burhridge • 
Wm. Keightly 

Alex* 



A L I S T o/ the A R M Y. (103) 



Atex.Giffard Neflbirt 
David Campbell 
Thomas Lancafter 

*Tho. Wsod, Chaplain 
Wm.Keightly, Adjutant 
Wm. &ur bridge, ^ iW. 
Tho. Henning, Sut geon 
Me fir- s. "Mey ricks?, Agts. 



X. [North Lincoln/hire) 

L.G.Rob. M. Keith, C. 
Jeff. Amheril, Lt Col. 
Lachlan M'Lachlan, M. 

Copt aim 
Maj. John Barker 
Sir Rich. Baflett, 
John Wemyfs 
James Montgomery 
Henry de Berniere 
Richaid Qusirell 
Ivlungo N b!e 
John Blair, Captain Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Thomas Luc is 
Solomon Holmes 
Wm. Ha mill 
George Coatea 

Charles Cumberland 
W. Ponti r.by Dilmore 

r J homas Stew a; t 

Kinr.eiily Kir by 

Thomas Edward Hay 

Wkliam Belfoi d 
Enjigr.s 

William Thompfon 

George Col i is 

1 homas Walker 

Sahlbury Cade 

Robert M'Gregor 

Jacob J. Hylton 

Andrew Pat ton 

Tho. Werge 

Edward Storey, Chap. 

,W. Pon. Difmore, Adj. 

Arthur Leverfuch,^/^. 

Arch. Menzie > Surgeon 

Cox&Greenwood, Agtt 



XI. {North Devon/bite 

Lt. Gen. F.Smith, Co!. 
John Glover, Li. Col. 
Patrick He 1 e y , Major 

Captains. 
Fred. A. Wetherall 
Andrew Armftrong 
Charles Douglas 
George Douglas 
George MoncriefF 
John Hadden 
James Wemyfs 
Thomas Rudfdell 
Hen.W.Eipinatfe, C. I 

Lieutenants* 
Cha. Moore Sirie 
Stephen Wy brants 
John Ag. Vetey 
James Moore 
Arthur Baynes 
Peppard Knight 
James E. Cauh'eld 
Gerard FiU Gerald 
Tho. B. St. George 
John Muter 
Edward Raleigh 

Enftgm, 
Henry Sam. Eyre 
Charles Aylmer 
Nathaniel Burflem 
Edward Tre vcly an 
Peter Heron 
Sam. Blake Deveiell 
Thomas Gale 
Henry Douglas (Jrundei 

Mich. Wallace, Chap, 
James Moo.e, Adjut. nt 
San uel Salter,^. ML 
John M'Donald, Surg. 
C o x &G r ee n wo o d , Ag t s . 



XII. [Eaft Suffolk) 
[Ireland.) 
M. Gen. VVm.Piaon, C. 
Co). Tho. Trigge, Lt.C. 
Fred. Bowes, Maj, 



Captains* 
Maj. Sam. Montgomery-, 
john Perryn 
j ohn Spiifoury 
John Perryn 
Adam Tweedie 
John Pi&on 
Wm. Sandby 
James Allen, Cap, Ltr 

Lieutenants, 
Thomas Craigie 
Alex. Ligertwood 
James Bella ers 
David Latimer Tinlirtg 
John Matthews 
Andrew Agnew 
Wm. Newpoi t 
Andrew Hunter 
Francis K. Reeves 
George Thomas 

En ft gnu 
Sam. Amy Se< t ne 
Joieph Moo e 
Peter Hayes Petit 
Wm. O'B' / en 
George Johnfton 
John Joieph Atkinfan 



£dwa:d V\S\ on, Chap, 
Joieph Moore, Adjutant ' 
Jofeph Tate, Q^Moft. 
G. M'Ljw bur^h, Surg, 
S. & R.'Wybrants,^*//. 

XI i I. (iJISomerfetJbire-) 

M. Gen. Geo. Ainflie,C. 
jn. Whitelock, Lt CoL 
Brent Spencer, Major 

Captat 
William Napier 
Henry Williams 
Benjamin Foliett 
Law. Bradfnaw 
Edward Scott 
Hon. Cha. Colvili 
Hugh Houfton 



fi#4) 



A LIST of the ARMY. 



Ge». Hirdymari C, Lt, 

Lie <it en ants. 
Wliliam Beirord 
George Stanfer 
William Deane 
John B. Browne 
Geo. Kinnard Dana 
Francis Weller 
James Lowry 
Robert Ba/k-rville 
Stewart Bruce 
John Nugent 
A.H. Paye 

Enfigns. 
John Strettell 
Moffom Soden 
Craven Copley 
John Bayly 
Henry Brock 
Antony Chefter 
John Dyne 
John Richard Frizell 

Samuel Phipps, Chap. 
James Lowrey, Adj. 
James Sheridan, ^ M. 
John Jobfon, Surg, 
Cox&Grcenwood^^g-rj. 

XIV. [Bedfordjbire) 

M. G. Geo. HothamCoA 
W. Ellis Doyle, Lt. Col. 
Alex. Rofs, Majer 

Captains. 
Major Wm. Browne 
Wm. Ram fay 
Wm. Burnett 
Alex'. Macbean 
George Clewiow 
Jamts Grant 
Kdm. Vile. Dunbar van 
Thomas Dyer, Capt. Lt 

Lieutenants. 
Hugh Perry 
Hercules Harrifon 
Th mas Cochi ane 
Frederick Meard 
John Jo .es 



Francis Elrington 
Kenneth Mackenzie 
Rich. Wm. Topp 
Tho. Greene CI >pham, 
Tho. RooinfonGrey 

Enfgns. 
John Bo we 
James Watfon 
Thomas Fowell 
William Stuatt 
James Greaves 
Hickfon 



Evftgnr. 
George Croker 
Francis V/ illonghby 
William Bland 
John Loft 
Chas. Coftley 



R. G. Elrington 



John Wrigh, Chaplain 
Frin. Elrington, Adj. 
John Langdon, Majl. 
John Ramfay, Surg. 
Cox&Greenwoor!,^ /j. 

XV. (Tor kjh. E.Riding) 

U Gen.W.Fawce't, Col. 
Wm. Myere, Lt. Col. 
£d. Madden, Major 

Captains. 
Harry Ditmas 
Mungo Paumier 
James King Combe 
Charles, Loid Sinclair 
Richard Hinfon 
Henry Clinton 
Duncan Macdonald 
John Bathe, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Jame< Gillelpie 
Robert Taggcrt 
Charles Robert.fou 
Thomas Marly 
Thomas Stopford 
Samuel Madden 
Dunbar Ham. Price 
fcienry Watkins 
Edward Leatherland 
rfen'-y Greene Bury 
Jhar'es Don;:lan 
Rob. Luke Yeaiman 



A. Spencer, Chap. 
Henry Watkins, Adjut. 
William Hili,^. Majl. 
W m. Frankiand, Sug. 
Rols&^Ogilvie, Agts. 

XVI. {Buckingh«mjb.) 

M. G.Hon. T. Bi-jce,C7. 
Col. Jas.H. Craig, L. C. 
Hon. G.J.Rawrion,Mtf/. 

Captains. 
John Skinner 
Jidward He) es 
And rev/ Rutherford 
Hngh Mackay Gordon 
Wiiiiam Alien 
Alexander Aytone 
Hugh Wallace 
George Spens, Cap. Lt 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. M'Leroth 
David Parkhill 
Edw. Buikeley 
Hrabazon D. Vernon 
Arch. Drummond 
James Moo e 
George Blake 
John S. H ggins 
James Comerford 
Matthew Mahon 
David Huntor 

Evfarns. 
';e,emiah Awdiy 
Daniel C. Domford 
John Cameron 
Corby 



Ifaac De Lamilliere ( 

li 

Henry \ \ 



A LIST of the. ARM Y. 



(.05) 



"Henry Roberts 
Wm. Vandeleur 
Wo fe 

Wm. Edward*, Chap. 
John M^Gill, Adjutant 
Jn. Drummond, §>\ M. 
Wm. Sinclair, Surgeon 



XVII. (LeiaJItr) 

L. Gen. G. Morrifon, C, 
Col. Hen. Johnftoa^.C, 
Tho. Pitcairn, Major 

Captains. 
Maj. Geo. PMlip Hooke 
George Dunlop 
Henry Hamikon 
Mar. War. Peacocke 
Gideon Sharpe 
Richard Siovin 
bett Amicl 
And. Hert*Og, Cap. Lt 

Lieutenants. 
Donald Fimnane 
Kohert Hamilton 
Geo. F ; ancis Jc hn r on 

erCockburne 
Wm. HiHiard 
William Nedham 
a€ mil el Warren 
Wrn. Aug. Biakency 
Richard Bingham 
Wm Biakency Perfle 
Rich aid Lee 

Enfgns. 
Peter Awdry 
James Ritchie 
Mm. Henry HoiiDiirgh 
Harrington Paterion 
lob. A. Auchmuty 



tichard Movd, Chap, 
khan: Bingham, Adj. 
ichard J.ce, Weft. 
* Tuomas Bdie> Surgeon 



Cox&Greenwood,^£f.r. 

XVIII. (Ryallrifi) 

Gen. Sir Jn.SebWght, C, 
Benj. Chapman, Lt Cel. 
J hn Mawby Ma ; or 

Ca i' tains. 
Major Rob. Hamilton 
William ' onolly 
Alex. Phili(j F >i oes 
Henry T. Mor i refor 
Tho. Saouders Sebright 
Geo. Henry Vanfittart 
Thomas Pro! yn 
Jas. Richard foil, C, Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Ricfeard Powell 
Gervafe Rainy 
John Hope 

ThomasGage Montrefor 
W illiam Mourgue 
Rob* n Maxwell 
Charles Dunlop 
Sebright Mawhy 
Htn> y Wolefky 
James B yd 
William Byron 

En/igns. 
John Williams 
Char les Grove 
Thomas Holme 
William John 1! Oil 



Th< 

RUhard PowJI, Adj. 
Wm. Mulgrave, <£. M. 
Wm. Gi Indian, 8«rg. 
C( x &G ret n wood, Arts. 

X\X.(\JtTorkjb X.R,d. } 



I JoHn Skerreft 
Wm. Giles 
David John Bell 
Coiin Campbell 
Wm. Houftoun 
Samuel Graham 
Richard G?ni,Gap. Lt; 

Lieu'enants, 
Matthew Scott 
Wm. Vincent 
William Grant 
J. Southwell Browne 
John Lyne 
Wm. Hutch in on 
Patrick O'Connor 
Alex. Houtloun 
David Ofwald 
John Borland 
J. B. Skerrett 
Er.jt ;ns. 
John Mac G egor 
John Crcigoton 
Hen Btn Dolphin 
? i mes Dairy mple 
William Wifhait 
Rob. yFnea- S. Shaw 
Tu«-». Alex. Kennedy 
Charles H. Cogan 

B. Bedingfield, Chaplain 
Richard Gem, A dint. 
William M*I.arin,'^W. 
Charles Lind, Surg, 
Rols and Outvie, Agts. 



XX. {Baft Devon/lire) 
Dalifon, Chaplain M. G« n. W, Hy< e, Col. 

I Col J. Lind, Lt. Col. 
Charles Boyd, Major 

Cap 1 a ins. 
Major Ja?. Rolluifon 
Major Farquhar 
Thomas Stoiy 
David Clephane 
Robert D.:po 



Gen. Dav.Orteme C I 
M. Gen. J. Coatef, L. C. ' James Fcj ton 
L. Col J. M'G;li, Maj., George B. Morden 



Captains. 
Major John Smi h, 



Rob. Pcblon, Capt. Lt. 



Lie- ft nants 



(io6) A 1 

Lieutenants* 
Richard /J3teman 
Jofcph Brooke 
Henry May 
Edward Hadden 
G^erge Williams 
Haac Timing 
John Eccles 
Ambrofe L Wynyard 
Manly Power 
EiTts W. Edgeworth 
Robert Walker 
EnfignS. 
Ed. Blennerhaflet 
Ivlward O'Brien 
Kobert Nugent 
iCdward Rowland 
P. Brooke Ravenlcroft 
Phfljp C. Weldon 
Wm. Smith 
John Daiton 

Charles Ballard, Chap. 
Amb. L. Wynyard. Adj. 
Wm. Andcifoiu^Ml 
M — B — Carrol, Surg^ 
ArmftrongcVAllcn,^/ 1 *. 



1ST of the A 

Charles M'Gachcrt 
John Cordon 
George C aig ; e 
Enfigns. 
Alex. Dun'ar 
Granby Knox 
Robert Beresford 
Hon. Jamei> Ram fay 
William Neate 
Samuel Knollis 
Field Uppelby 
Edward Barnard King 
Hon. Rob. Clive 
David Ritchie, Chaplain 



R M Y, 

[Richard Burke 
! J.imes Scott' 
Henry Jor.es, Chaphurr 
John Mc KenJe, Ait 
Henry Vennel, ^ Mi 
Patrick Gaynvr, Snrg. 
Fraler 5c Re.ed, Agti\ 



XXIII. [Roy IV. Fuzii. 

{Ireland.) 
M.Gen. R.GrenviUc,6 
Col. N. Balfour, Lt.C 
Tho. Gibbings, AL.jar 
Captains. 

William Cox, Adjutant] Thomas Peter 



George Lauder, Q^M. 
Perkins Crofton, Surg. 
Mr. Donald Ton, Agent 



XXI. (Roy.N.Bt. Fun.) 

Gen. H. J. Murray, CW. 
M. G. J.Hamilton,£.C. 
L. C. Colin Graham, /J£ 

Captains. 
Major James Lovell 
Jaiper Farmer 
Robert Innes 
Francis Oar forth 
Ward Offlcy 
John Dalgleifli 
James Campbell 
Wm Cox, Cap Li. 

Lieutenants, 
Benjamin Lewis 
James Pe, J die 
Charles Dan ah 
James Baird 
Donald Grant 
Robert Mack ay 
Paul Sandby 
Aiex. Francis Taylor 



Charles Apthorpe 
Forbes Champagne 
John Hen: y Campbell 
Wm. Sleigh 
XXII. [Chejhire) Thomas Chapman 
[Ireland.) [ Robert DuacanTon 

M. Gtn. D Dundas, C t :Wm. O. Wallis, C. L\ 
Col. W.Croibie, Lt.Col.\ Lieutenant. 
L. Col . Hen. Lyfaght,^kf. Edward Price 



Cap tain i. 
Maior Henry Elwes 
Edward Hand fie Id 
Lt. Col. Wm. Cowley 
MaJ. R. Lindfay 
Wm. Raymond 
John Guft. Crcfbie 



John M'Evers 
Philip K. Skinner 
Jamea Mackenzie 
William Polhil] 
Robert Hay 
George Stepney 
John George Brad fori! 



Charles Shawe, Cap. Lt.\ Chiiftopher Tilfon 



Lieutenants^ 
Oliver Dowling 
Jonathan Tone 
Ah-x, Campb-Jl 
Wm. Ridiiick 
Robert Kelfo 
Charles Henry Blair 
Wm. Dick ion 
David Hamilton 
John Hafler . 
Samuel Croke 
John Jauncey 

Enfigns. 
Effingham Lino lay 
James A~ — Chaundy 
Henry Vennell 
William Cane 
Will. Sheriff Handrielcl 
Wm. Day Cowley 



Lawrence Neville 
Evan Jones 

Enftgns. 
Robert Beli 
William Hope 
Evan Edwards 
Wm. W_ Garnons 
Alex. Halkett 
H. W. Sherfton 
Alex. Garden 

S. Berdmore, Qkdpsm, 
Alex. Gaiden, Ailjufa 
Wm. Keith, tfah 
Charles Williamfofl 
S. & R.Wybranis, 1 

XXXIV. I 



A LIST of the ARM Y 



L. Gen. Wra. Tayler, C. 
Rich. Et gland, Lt. Col. 
Wm. Campbell, Major 

Captains. 
MijV.r John Blake 
Robert Stiel 
John Qj.iin Freeman 
■1 Wm. Doyle 
Ed. Wm. Leyborne 
Paul Mounfay 
Fergufon Spears 
Charles Erie, Cap. Lt, . 

Lieutenants* 
Charle- W. Short 
Wm. K^obinfon 
George Meyiick 
Robert Chriftmas 
Thomas Talbot 
£dmund Henn 
!^ha. Savory Andrews 
Edward M 4 Donell 
ames Magrath 
tichard To )ker 
Jeph Blunt 
EnJigpSM 
Vm. Kelly 
rofien Vandeleur 
ftw.Jamea O'Brien 
ohn C. Stronge 
hn R. Broadhead 
homas Spencer 

Bellingham 
ml. Poller 

hn F Howell, Cbab. 
Krles W. Short, Ad. 
fro. Dcyle, Q^Maft. 
im. Stone, Surgeon 
ox & Greenwood,..^'!. 



XXV. {Suffolk) 

.Gen. Ld. Lennox, C. 

Gen. A. Rigby, L C. 
ho. Edgar, Major 

Captains. 
m. Si. Clair 
hn Williamfon 

Ad *ifon Wright 



Richard Gardiner 
George Smith 
Tomlinfon Bufoy , 
Tho. B. Hewao 
David Sutherland, C.Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Ban y Wade 
John CLamney 
Jahn Rofs 
Wm. Brigges 
F. Snell Mytton 
John Dickf n 
i . Craw. Campbell 
Thoma* Lane 
W m. Fuller on 
T. Norton Powlett 

Enjigns. 
Arfcott Bickford 
Sam. Ven. Hinde 
Rowland Duer 
John Sabine 
Hamlet Wade 
jas.Lyon • 
R. N Ogle 
ihn. Fleming 
Wm.Willian.*-,^^ lain 
John Rpfs, Adjutant* 
And. Cooke, Majl. 
Wm. Fleming, Surgeon 
Mr. Adair, Agent 



(107} 

Hugh H. Mitchell 
I Thorns Boyes ; 
Chrift. Davidfoa 
Wm. Erikine * 
Michael Moneypeany 
John Daniel 
George Jones 

Enftgns. 
John Bai ' bridge 
James Erikine 
George Lea Ton 
John Thomas Eyre 
Hon. H. Tufion 
Edward J— S— Byn» 
Frederick Jones 
Jas. Floyer Erikine 
Thomas Batt 
Tho. H. Tidey, Chap. 
James Green, /Zdjut. 
Chrift. Davidfoa, Q^M. 
Wm. Miller, Sugeon 
Cox cVG;een\vc>od,^/j # 



XXVI. {Catn'rsnian) 
w 

i» Gen. W. Erfkine, C 
Col. A. Gordon, CcL 
Wm. Doffe, M.y.r 

Captains, 
W Blak. Borough 
George Duke 
W. Augullus By grave 
Hu^h Scott 
Erfkine Hope 
Wm. Dacres 
Barnard B. Foord 
Jas. Green, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants*. 
Duncan Campbell 
Walter Little 
( harlt J Duke 
Holt M Kcnzie 



XXVII. [Inni/killing) 
{Ireland ) 

L. Gen. E. MaOey, Col. 

H. Erfk. Knight, Lt. C. 

George Gilrmn, Ala j or 
Captains. 

Richard Norris 

Ebenezer V avafour 

Knyvet Wilton 
iHugh C. B iker • 

Marcus Bcresford 

Hyacinlh Kirv/an 
• Robert Malcombe 
iGej.Mafr.yGilmanC.X. 

Lieutenants. 
! Charles Parke 

Henry Cotion 

James Grant 

Wm. Gilman 

Alexander Dunlop 

Jame^ E'pinafle 

Tliom.u G:cca 

W m. Grant 

George MaiToy 

"Nathaniel Crump 

Enfgr.s. 



(io8) A L 

Enftgns. 
Charles Baker . - 

Neil Talbot 
Thomas Chatterton 
» Skerret 
Launcelot Kn ; ght 
Joh n Fawcett 
Charles Craven 
Richard Butler 
KdwardBromhead,C£<j/>. 
Wm. Gi!man > Adjut. 
Arthur Fleming, Q^AT. 
Wm. Stafford, Surg. 
Henry Standi(h> Agent 



XXVlU(N.GlouceJIer/b) 

[Ireland.) 
M.Gen.R Prefcott, Ctl. 
C. Rob. Kingfton, L.C. 
L.C.Sam.W Roberts AT. 

Captains. 
Maior C. Smith 
John Wilfon 
Wm Stewart 
John Magrath 
Wm. Cornwallis, Hall 
Leonard Potter 
Heneage Twyfden 
John Thomas, Cap. Lt . 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Bland 
John Otter 
Wm. Gair 

Wm. Hen. Beckwith 
John Fred. Browne 
Townfend M. Hall 
T. Wilk. Hafwell 
G. Congalton 
A. Stewart 
Francis Moore 

Enftgns. 
Wm. Miller 
John Dudingftone 
Wm. Fofler Daltoa 
Chas. Stewart 
Watkins Griffith 
FranciftW. Schuyler 
G2orge Gough 
Jofeph Rippon, Chap. 
Wrn.Hen. Bcckwiib,^. 



I S T of the A 

Mafl 

Adam Murray, Surgeon 
Prater and Reed, Agts. 

.XXIX. fVorceJterfi.) 
V. of Harrington, Cel. 
C Ld. Cathcart, L. C. 
L.C. Arch.Campbell, M< 

Captains. 
L. C. Wm. Monfell 
Major Dav. St. Clair 
Hugh Dixon 
John Mallory 
John Enys 

Francis W. Farquhar 
A. Saunders 
James Kirkman, C. Lt. 

Lieutenant!. 
John Riky 
Geo. Johcfton 
Wm. Jacques 
Geo. R. Marton 
Sir John Wrottefley, 
Patrick Evving 
Daniel White 
Richard Minchin 
John Hadock Sau! 
Wm. Calciaft 
Wm. Laurence Dundas 

Enftgni. 
James Allan 
Jofeph Clavey 
Wm. Hofea 
G. S. Sutherland 
Robert Harrifon 
Auguflus Coleman 
James Monfell 

George Turner, Chap. 
James Kirkman, Adj. 
Alex. Saunders, M. 
John OfTral, Surgeon 
Cox&Greenwood, Agts. 

XXX.fCambrid^eJb.) 
M !G Sir H. Calder,C 
Chrift. Maxwell, €. Lt. 
Thomas Campbell, M. 

Captains. 
Rob. Brereton 
Wm. Wilkinfoa 



R M Y. 

. Chas. Torriano 
Jas C Satterthwaitc 
David M'Culioch 
Wm. Urquhart 
John D. Broughton 
George Hall, Cap, Lt^ 

Lieutenants. 
Leonard Browne 
Wm. Lockait 
Wm. Murray 
Henry Cuyler 
Ralph Smyth 
Ed. Paul Pticher 
Wm. Archibald 
John Baiilie 
A. Hamilton 
Wm. Thomlinftn 
R. Lyfter 

ErrfgrtS. 

John Copley 
Robert Brooke 
Roger Montgomery 
Thomas Wallace 
Hay Livingftone 
John Gordon 
Eyre Peter Shewbridge 
John RufTell 
Ninian Craig 

James H. Cox, Chaplain I 
John RufTell, Adjutant 
Joi n Marfhall, 4, M - 
Nathan Afhby, Surg. 
Mr. RuOell, Agent 



XXXI. {HunttnfrJonJh.) \ 
L. C.Thomas Chrke C. , 
Wm. Cotton, Lt. Col. 
Charles Green, Maj. 

Captains. 
Adam Hay 
Andrew Rofs 
Robert Aibuthnot 
A. Wood 
Wm. Hepburne 
Robert Story 
George Tigott 
Geo. Fearon, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
James Smith 
Rob. Johnfton 



Henry Dawfon 
Richard Murray 
Thomas P. Ainfley 
Wm. Walker 
Feter T. Robertfon 
John M Da v ies 
Wm. Say 
David Erfkine 
Wm* Abir.gi.on 
Enjigns. 
John M''Cu mining 
Wm. S m ell 
Hon. G Hewitt 
John Gardiner * 
George H. Montgomery 
Thorns Williams 
Lewis Dav es 
Wm M v Bean 

H. Waver, Chaplain 
R-'b. Johnrton, Adjut. 
B. M'Cumming, M. 
Richard Deane, Surg. 
Meflrs. Meyricks, Agtu 



A LIST of the 

| Enfigns. 
George Godfrey 
Gerard B. Heaphy 
James King 
Robert E>re 
Wm. Harrifon 
Robert Spunner 
Edward Sankey 



A R M Y. (ic-9) 

Thomas Kingfton 



Benj. Grifdale, Cbaph 
Ralph Gore, Adjutant 
George Gaff, Majh 
George Innes, Surgeon 
Mefirs. Mevricks,.^//. 



Ro 



XXXI I. {Ccrnw.ill) 
Gen. E. of Rois, Col 
M. G. F. Campbeli, L.C 
Edward Edwards, M. 
Captains, 
.eeds Booth 
Richard Williams 
it-hard Norlhey 
bt. Riddell 
thony Lane 
in Macartney 
JP*o. Wood Philips 
fohn C. L. Carter, C 

Lieutenants. 
Edmund Kelly 
Thomas Waliis 
"oiler Scott 
ame? Manfergh 
i.-njamin. Banbury 
oh'i Boland 
ohn W oite 
ob. Gen-ge Chic er 
»hn Hickes 
iward Baynes 
□hn Buchanan. 

■79» 



L. 



Tho. Purcell, Chaplain 
John C. L. Carter, Ad. 
Abraham Wilcox, 
Tho Taylor, Surgeon 
Cox&Greenwood, Agts. 

XXX I i I. (ijt. Torkjb. 
[Weft Riding) 

L.G.E ComwallisA'CC. 
C. John Yorke, Lt. Col 
Wm. Gore, Major 

Captains . 
Col Chas. Eullace 
Maj. Fred. Cornwall'.? 
HildebrandOakes 
George Stewart 
John C. Shei broke 
Juries I . Tlarvey 
Wm. By ng 

Geo. Wynyard, C. Lt.^, 

Lieut Alan t f, 
^Entas McDonald 
John W. Co!ling;on 
Ralph G^re 

Robert Ke-nriek Mrm'ey 
C. Colderi Far.ington 
Waller Elliott 
Francis Vyvyan 
Jofepb Davie 
James Fielde 
Peter Abercromby 

Enfigns. 
Wm. Lambton 
John Need! am 
H on.-. John Tufton 
W m /. H o p kins Ho u ndle 
Wm. N. Long 
David W att 



XXXIV. (Cumberland) 

G.Ud.F. Cavenditn, Col. 
Earl of Buiford, L. C. 
Wm. Ancram, Major 

Captains . 
Major S. Steele 
Alexander Fraler 
David Forbes 
James Roche * 
Wm. Earle Bulwer 
Erikine Frafer 
Fran. Cunmghame 
\.Wingrove, Caf.Lt. 

Lit u tenants. 
Wm. Chas Fortefcue 
George Dcd worth 
Jame« Innes 
John Hoey 
Robert Owen 
Crichton M^Dpwall 
Geratd GolTelin 
James Auldjo 
Willi am Grant 
Charles Waite! 

EnflgK:. 

John Walker 
James Hoii r 
Wm. Forrcfkr 
Cha. Wm Le Gcyt 
Peter J udd 



Flet. Dix^n, Chaplain 
John Walker, Adjutant 
Wm. Wood, Q^Majt. 
James L (lie, Surgeon 
Cox ^Greenwood, Agts. 



XXXV. [D: 



(i-o) A L I S T of the A R M Y. 



XXXV. [Dorfe'fcire) 

[Ireland.) 
Lt. Cen. H. Fictch(r,C 
C haSj Leno.x, L/ G*/. 
Colin Campbell, Maj.r 

Captains. 
Major A. M'A.ilier 
Tho. Williams 
James Ha g 
Daniel Henry Shaw 
Thor.as Eyre 
Geoi ge Hallam 
j. h n OhvaLt 
Joieph French, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
George Qu n 
Adam Hay 

Alex. Young Spearmen 
George Eilton 
James Jt hnfton 
Benjamin Biker 
Gore Hiuwne 
J lines. Fitzgerald 
John Cbrke 
Wm. Cla pha m 
George R^haitJfbn 

En f f gut* 
Wm. Howe C.mpbell 
Gilmore A Ives 
K ich. Weftfifnaa 
Sun. i ewis Dunlze 
Frederick Mukins 
james Aucort Dodd 



Hopkins Fox, Ch.iJain 
George" Ki on, Adjutant 
Rjcn, Wcitei man, t^. "1/. 
Kd Bifhop, Surgeon 
3£ !. Cane andSon, ^r^r/. 



XXXVl.-.MetehrJjbire) 1 

[ILeft-Udie'.) 
UJ&, Hon. H.St Hvi, C, 
iVl.Gen.A.Campb. I LC. 
I..C Hon. J £.«©*, 1/ 

Cap, a.m. 
A nd. WlgrVt 
John AuHin 
Daniel Pa tic i Ton 



Robert Burne 
Geoige Hart 
John Colin r Overend 
jeremiah Delany 
lames Wynch 
Geo. Fleming 
Wm. Chambers, C. Lt. 

Lieutenant s . 
Tho. Rrownrigg 
Cyrus De Lamiiliere 
Geo. Malbn 
John Crump 
Donald Brody 
Samuel Stone 
Thomas Aked 
Alexander Mackenzie 
Roger Finnan 
Allan M .clean 
John Turner 
John Valiancy 
John Eyre 
Wm Pu efoy 
Oliver St. fohn 
Wm. Ha v.pton 
Alex. Jardine 
James Burgei's 
Wm. Tho. Watkins 
Robert Ewer Joi.e; 
Robert B. Campbell 
Richard Morgan 
James Grant 

EnfignS* 
John Campbell 
Thomas Hartley 
Charles S.m. P<»ney 
Jarvjes Kirk 
A. Dav. Rooertfon 
Wm. Grant 
John Ovei end 
Rob Cockbume 
Wm. Barton 
Alex. MVo'.l 
Geo. Mun/O, Chablat* 
Tho Rrownrigg, 
Wm. Wallace, Q^M. 
Alex Home, Surgecn 
F.LterSiCroidale, Agts. 



XXXVl\.(orN.Hamp/b) 
L G.n. J. DalliBg,Bt.C. 



Cha.les RoC<; Bt. Lt Col. 
D. Doug. WemyL,3%. 

Caf tains* 
L. C. George Beckwifh 
Aiex. Cam, ron 
Northend Nichols 
John W. Cook 
Fred. A. F. Feckwith 
Wm. Edwards 
Hon. Charles Hope 
S. Lightburne, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Richard Thornpfbn 
James Mit hell 
M Anth. Sterling 
Robert Hedh y 
Tho. Simmonds 
Charles Stewart 
Francis Wadman 
Wm. Thomplon 
Hugh Robert DufF 
.Rob. Donald 

Enfigns, 
John Kennedy 
F.ed. Wm. Busier 
Henry Symes 
John Mi:; ray 
George Hole 
John TuiTnell 
Dar. Cok|uhoun 
Col. Maclean 
John Gamble, Ctap. 
Richard Thompfon 
James Steveidbn, Q^AT 

J Good 1 man, Surg 

Rols and Ogiivie, Agts* 

XXXV\U.(iJi Staffed' 

/hire, Ireland.) 
L. G. Rob. Pigot, Br. C 
C. H ,n. H.E ! . Fox,L 
L. C.Eyre P. Trench, At* 

Captains. 
L C. Hunh M.iginis 
Geo.ge Ckghom 
Henry Pott'nger 
Jonathan Paflln^ham 
John Church 
Wm Braban 
Hon. A. Douglas 



A LI ST of ihe A R M ; Y (n i ) 



JohnMackevan, Cap.Lt, 

Lieutenants. 
Touchet Campbell 
Harris W. Hailes 
Thoma* Croker 
Fred. Philip Robinfon 
Win. Kent 
John Hyde Bromwtch 
Robei i Pigot 
Edward Robinfon 
George P got 
Tho. Brisbane 
John Shee 

Enfigns. 
Rob. Barclay 
James Rivington 
J'.dmund Bowtr 
Richard Mytton 
Sam. Hanr.ay, Bt* 
John Arthur 



J. PAn. Bromwich Chap, 
W.n. Kent, Adjutant 
John Willhere, Q^Mafl. 
And. Mitchell, Surgeon 
Cane andSjn, Agents 



%XX\X.(E.MidJhJex) 

(Ireland.) 
L. Gen. R. Boyd* CV. 
Henry Ba>ry, Lt. Ccl 
L. Col D.Va4ighan,iW<f/ 

Ca tains. 
Wm. Wiifon 
Robert Johnlton 
Henry Magan 
Thomas Dacrcs 
Thomas Hyflop 
C >ote Maningham 
David Morgan 
Rob. Johnlton, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
George Bell 
Wm. Pjrdie 
Ch irles Martin 
Wm. Kellet 
George Wiifon 
Wrn J;>nes 
./Eneas Shaw 



Alex Buchannan 
John Burilem 
Daniel Grol'e 
Boyd Horfburgh 
Enfigns. 
Edward Herdiman 
Henry W. Horsrall 
John Cochran 
Birkenhead Glegg 
Francis Satnlan 
Matthew Towes 
Edmond Reynell 
Daniel Cornieille 
Geo. Nugent, Chaplain 
Rob. John Rone, Adj 
Wm. Atherton, Q^M. 
Colin Camp eii, Surg. 
Ormfoy, ano Co A'gts, 



Alex. Coihy Jackfon 
B^yle Travers 
Jas. Andrew Ford 
Jas. Hayes Hogan 
Geo. Vanbrugh, C h ap. 
Step. Fauchey, Adj. 
Fran. Keith, Q^Mafi. 
Geo. R. Kittton, Surg. 
S. & R. Wybrants,^^. 



XL, (S:merjetfh.) 

(Ireland, ) 
L. Gen. G. Ormfcy, C. 
Stephen B omlield, L. C. 
J. E Ad lam, Mttjtr 

Captains 
Maj. Wm. Hairis 
Waldegrave P, Clay 
John Edwar s 
Wm. Will >X 
James Kemmis 
John Geo- ge Hood 
Lewis Bru«e 
lid. Roland, Cipt. Lt. 

Lieu tenants 
Jofeph Thorn p fori 
Alex. Gay 
John Grant 
John B dand 
Geo. Birch 
Wm. Danfier 
P. Eve rat d Buckwoith 
Rob. Wadham Spragge 
Step. Fauchey 
Arthur Wm. Trollope 
Wm. Carr 

Enfigns* 
Fran. Keith 

1 Denny 

J hn Di|rym;>le 
Daniel Manfofl 
P Z 



XLI. (Ireland.) 
M. Gen. I . S iriing, C. 
Si i C. Gordon, Lt. Cel. 
L. C. John J. EHis,^Ci 

Ci tains. 
Jeremv L'ller 
Hon, G. F. Fitzroy 
Wm. Thomas 
MirkH. Dickens 
Tno. Achrnuty Daniel 
Wm. Douglas 
Chas. Erfeiiie 
B. Wm. Gordon, C. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
James Sandys 
Donald M'Bean 
Chas. Wiifon 
Rob. Mtilcolm 
Wm. B .ver 
A. H. Ifaacfon 
John Hardy 
Hon. Geo. Col vi le 
Hon. Wm. Leeibn 
Gordon Drumroond 
George Hartpoie- 

Enjigvs. 

Philip H Smelt 
Hen y W. Kllis 
N cholas Evans 
George Green 
Richard T.Nugent 
Tho. Bury 
John Eyre 
Simon Font 
R. Heber, Chaplain 
Wm. Gordon. A tj. 
Robeit Mac Nab, Q^M. 
R. F. Nf-v/min, Surg. 
Stewart hTorttcne^t /// 
XLI I {Roj. 



A L 

XLIL {Roy* Highland) 

M.Gen.He&cr Munro,C. 
Chailes Graham, L. C. 
Geo. Dalrympie, Alajor 

Captains. 
Dav. Anltruther 
Robert Potts 
Wm. Dickfon 
Rob. P. Chritlie 
Wm. Monro 
Jas. Stuarc 
Marq. of Huntley 
Alex. Stewart, Cipt.Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Jimes St i i ling 
Hugh Pi aft r 
Win. Fraier 
John Fanjuharfon 
James Rofe 
Coi n Lamotvt 
Donald M'N ven 
Aich. Ompbell 
Alex. Mackenzie 
J. Devvar 
John R*itt 

Enfigns. 
Dav. Siewart 
James Stuart 
A. Montgomery 
Ralph P. Dundajs 
Patrick M'Lcod 
Simon Frafer 
John Munro 

- Muflro 

Geo. Wat fon, Chaplain 
J. Farquha-T n, Adj 
Heftor M fc L an, Q^M. 
Wm. Robeuf n, 
Rofa and O^'-b'ie, Agts. 



1ST 0/ the A R M Y. 



Chas. H. Vignoles 
George Dennis 
Francis Coffin 
Wm. Bayard, Capt. Lt. 

L-eutenants. 
Henry Pr-.ct r 
Jurats Fenton 
Thomas Knott 
john Madden 
John A M Dowall 
Edmund Affleck 
Wm. Hay 
Love A. Parry 
John Cameron 
Wm. Jones 
John Butler 

Enfigns. 
Henry Spencer 
Joseph Graham 
Hemy P/Iackinon 
Henry Hamilton 
John Byron 
Clarges Upton 
Philip Croft oq 
Atherton Watfon 
Harry Po >ie, Chaplain 
Ph lip Crotton, Adj. 
fohn Armftronas Q^Af. 
R b. Waugh, Surgeon 
Cane ani Son, Agents. 



r 



XLUI. [Monmoutbjhire, 

Ireland.) 
G. Hon. Geo. Gary, Col. 
Geo. Hewitt, Lt. Col. 
Duncan Ca n* ron, Maj. 

Captain. . 
Wm.Todd 
Ja*. I.ofack 
Ja-v Drum.Tonil 
Wuithorpe Roche 



XLIV. {Eaji Effex) 

L. Gen. C Rainsford, C. 
Wm John Darby, L. C. 
L. Col. B. Biundeil, M. 

Captains . 
Maj. B.mj. F.ih 
Colin Campbell 
Rvch M. Dickens 
George Kennedy 
Chas. Semp'.e 
Dav. O^iivie 
John 0:mfby 
Ld. Belhaven, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
David St a ike 
R u fane S. Donk'n 
Henry Holland 

Alex. .F»>rbe.« 
David Kennedy 



Murray Babington 
Montagu Thorlcy 

acnes Cordner 
George Johnllone 
John O'Connor 
Arch. Campbell 
Enfigns. 
Edward Will on 
Francis Gore 
Sam. Tuffie 
John Chas. Phipps 
Chas. Phillips 
Wm. Tuffie 
Sam Thorn p Ton 
Matthew C. Darby 
T.St.C.Abercromby,C#. 
David Starke, Adjutant 
John Tuffiei Q^MaJi. 
A'ch. Douglas, Surg. 
Bilhopp&Brummel,^g// 

XLV. {JSTutinghamfi) 

M.Gen.Ja% Adeane, C:L 

Oiiv.Nicolls, Lt. Col 

Coute Maningharr,<lf.//. 
Captains. 

Tho. Ha iland 

Chas. Innes 

Arch. B lneavis 

James Robert ion 

Henry Hawley 

John Godfrey Drew 

George Rutherford 

Ant Walfh, Capt. Lt. 
L<e it tenants. \ 

Jf>hn S'oddart 

John Grand by Clay 

Stephen OVmfby 

Wm. Landreth 

John Godfrey 

Robert Kenny 

Tho. Lav/f n Hall 

Chriftopher Moe 

Wm. Gwyn 

Wm. Giard 

Tho. Mullina 

Enfigns, 

Rob. Browne 
fjohn GrettOii 
' Beoj. Smi.h Tho. 



A LIST of the A R M Y. 



Tho. Norman 
Wm. Jalper Nicholls 
George Briftow 
Wm.Vachel! 
Henry Pockiin -ton 
Jas. Fortefcue, Chap. 
Stephen O/ mft>y, Adj. 
Chi id. Darling, Q^M. 
Thomas Fofter, Surg, 
Cox&Greenwood, Agts, 



V 

S. andR.Wybrsnts, Agts. 



0*3) 



XLV[. {South Devon- 

Jhire, Iceland.) 
L.G.Hon J.Vaughan, C. 
Hon. C. LinJfay, Lt. C. 
Bald. Lsighton, M*ij. 

Ca' tai.is. 
Bryan Bt 11 

ames Bland 
Cbas. Wa'e 
Fred crick Keppell 

imes P. LI- yd 
John Akxai d'.r 
ohn Mil' ray 
ohn Dailap, Caft. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
N. John Mokiwoith 
Tho. Brinley 
N. Cooper Forfter 

Ivv3rd Mockler 
Ion. Wou Gore 

1. Lombaid 
Vm. Eden 
Barge Skene 
ohn Ha II 
rihur Aylmer 
. Sl. Geo. Irvine 

Enfigns. 
eo. Ir a ine 
lex. Sharp 
ran. K. Leighton 
horn as Reihy 
Ijfghan For 11 er 
ho. Hartford 
eo. Adam Alkew 
, F. Browne 
B O'Donevan 
Jo h n I o n , CI n t }a in 
hn Dalian, Aj. 
|/m. C. FoiUer, Q^M. 
m. Pie. Ion, Surgccn 



XLVII. (Lo*<afi.) 

M.Gen.A.Willi.:mron,C. 
Col. P. JE. Irving, Lt. Col. 
L. Col. R. Douglas, M. 

Captains. 
Major J. D. A 1 cock 
Hen. Marr, Kt. 
Wm. Featherfione 
Nathaniel Bland 

ohn Irving 
Tho. Jofepfc Backhoufe 
Henry D- Frafer 
Ld. Hicks, Caft. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. John, (on 
George Stephens 
Thomas Hill 
fames S iraM t 
T rears Rankin 
Fred. Stevenfbn 
James Cmr ing 
Thomas rVtahon 
Thorras Irwin 
Sam. Stapleton 

Erjjigttf. 

Ji.hn Podmore 

J*me.^ T< mpleton 
John Stokes 
John Douglas 
Tho. Winilow 
Robert Can en 
Robert Kelly 
I . C. Hardy man 
Charles Weft, Chap. 

fames Cuming, 4*J* 
Wm. Jrhnion, Q^Maft, 
Price ' Walker, Suit eon 
Cox&Grcenwocd, Agts. 



Thomas T. Fenton 
George Airy 
Will. Sinclair Wemyfs 
Francis Stewart 
Joieph Otway, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
And. Cuninghame 
Hu.h Maxwell 
Wm. Biocke 
Ed. Gitibn 
Abraham Anderfon 
John Seymour 
John Wilfon 
George Gunthorpe 
Geo. Aug. Tonyn 
Herbert Beaver 
Geoige Mori Ton 
Enftgns. 
Ralph Gore 
Wm. Collins Shorter 
Wm. Col' is Spring 
Wm. T. Garnett 
Geoige Winbolt 
John 'Child 
1 nomas Dcie, zy 

Chtrlef Hewitt, Chat. 
Geo. A up. Tonyn, Adj. 
Jatrie* W.ight, Q^M. 
Wm. Giaham, Surgecn. 
M r. Cowan, Age*t. 



XLVIU. {Northamp- 
tonshire) 
M. Gen. P. Tonyn, Col 
M. Gen. B. Gordon, L.C. 
Fran. DVArey, Major 

Ca t<iins. 
Major J. Campbell 
Wm. Home 
Wm. A kin fen 



XLIX. [Hertf:rdj}ire) 
L.G.Hon. A. Mait ai:d,C. 
Wm. Dan ey, Lt.Ccl. 
Jaiiics Grant* Major 

Captains. 
Tho. Gibfon 
Gharles I ei^h 
I C harles Mitchell 
, Tho. Fowres Luttrell 
| William Button 
Maj. Rob. Prownrig^ 
[ifaocBreck 
John Vincent, Cap. Lt. 

LJeuteuants. 
Henry Benfon 
Fran. P wer 
Oliver Brandwood 
Tho. Tipping 
Geo. Sin&pfoa Wm. 



(i 1 4) A LI 

Wm. Thwaites 
Wm. Archer 
Edward Gibbons 
Robert Tew 
John WcbD 
Henry Lane 
Loid Ay Inner 

Ev.ftgns. 
Wm. Wilde 
Robert Alexander 
Henry E. H. Parris 
H*gh Monro 
W T m. Campbell 
James U. Milner 
Sam. Milnes 
D. O. Pany 
J as. Dodds, Chaplain 
Oliver Bra no wood, A lj 
Tho. Bandwootl, Q^M. 
Sr.m. Poiry, Surgecn 
Rois and Ogilvie,^V J ' 



S T of the A R 

Thompfon Bently 

Wm. Giffbrd 

Wm. Ciunes 

K-ch u d F, LzeU 

P. Wroughton, Chaplain 

Tho. Bently, 

Matt. O Hca, i^Mafl. 

Hudfun L we, £ trg. 

Meifrs. Meyncks, Agts. 



L.f IV.fi Kent) 
M.Gen.T.S.Wmbn, Col 
Col. W.Edmeiton, L. C. 
P. Wauchope, Major 

Ca rtainu 
Maj. J. Higginfoia 
John Rofe 

fame? Leith 
Wrp. Oliver Grace 
Fian. Eifkrne 
N. Levett IVacocke 
Alex. Graham 

B. Rowe Captain Lt. 
Lieutenants, 

Jamf s Wilfon 

John G. Haven 

Chai ies Hill 

John Maclean 

James Ogilvie 

Thomas Lyfter 

John Tiotier 

Cholmeky Ovcrcnd 

Robeit S 1 ait 

Cavend fli S urt 

Hudicn I/we 

Enjigns. 

Wm. Haflewood 

Chailes L win 

Rob. AnJerfon 



UAldforkJb IV. Rid.) 
L.G. Earl Egiintoune,6'. 
John Moore, Lit Col. 

Maj. 

Captain*. 
L. Col. & Knoll is 
Maj. John Elford 
Robert Piingle 

John Bulwer 
Charles Akock 
Edward Daw ton 
Jas. Tourle 
jame^ Logan, Ca't.Lt. 
j Lieutenant s. 
Richard Stuart 
Wm. Ch (holme 
Ed. Fuller 
Daniel Hull 
Wm. Pollock 
Robert Shawe 
Geo. Morrifon Poits 
Alexander God.ty 
George Napier 
Tho. James Smith 

Paul Anderfon 
Eufigns. 

P ingle Hall 

John Ja^ues 

Robert Blackball 

Warham Atkins 

Thomas D. Hation 

Wm, Bagwell 
{Robert Serjeantfon 

John Morgan 

Wrr . Finch, Chajliin 

R ch. Stuart, Adjutant 

"Jonathan Fludi , Q^M. 

James Hall, Surgeon 

Vralcr & Reed,.^//. 



M Y. 
LII. {OxforSjbire.) 
Gen. C. Trapaud, Col. I 
Co'ebr. Neftitt, Lt. CoM 
Geo. Brodie, Major 

Captains. 
Lt. Col. R ch. Symes 
Martin Hunter 
Ambro e RuiTeil 
Hon. W. Monion 
Alex. Dir< m 
John Hamilton Brown 
j Henry Com an 
iHarcoim Mafler 
Elias Terrott, Capt. L\ 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Zouch 
Wm. Irwine 
John Evans 
John Fothergill 
W. Molefworth Madden 
Chai les Rowan 
John Handaiyde 
Robe-t Cole Bowen 
Ral| h Hoare 
J<.hn Hughes 
Edmund Burke 
J< hn Hutchefon 
Wm. Warder^. be 
Thomas Etherington 
Philip Savage 
Miles Mjghtirtgall 
Andrew Baiclay 
Rob. Towers Fawcett I 
Charles Wright 
Will. Lin eus Gardner 
William Walter* 
Jame.s Campbell 
Henry Lane 
john Leo-inrd 
Robert Bell 

Enft»ns. 
Dugald McMillan 
G i ffith Williams 
John Mac Phei lon 
Benj. Manoury 
Mai tin Alves 
Wm. Gilhert 
Samuel Torrens 
jas. Thorn pfon 
John Rofs 

Henf 



A LIST 



Henry Buchan 
P. Dkkenfon, ChapAian 
John Leonard, Adjutant 
John Brown, % f . 
Pat. Drumn ond, Surg, 
Meflrs. Mey ricks, Agts. 

LIII. (Sbrop/bire) 
L.Gen.R.Elphinftone,C. 
M Gen.H/W.PowellLC. 
Rob. Matthews, Myor 

Captains. 
Raj* J. Wifeman 
iohaBvird 
Tho. Scott 
Geo. Muir 
Kicn. Houghton 
John Bellaers 
Win. More he ad 
Wm. Houghton. Cap.Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
John H. Browne 
Phanue! L-ithaori 
Benj Rogers 
Daniel Roberttbn 
John RWnd 
„ew is Foy 
Hamilton Edwards 
Robert Wm. Ottley 
D. Shekkton 
R >nald C. Fergulou 
Rowland Hill 

Enfigns. 
W m. Nev -Ji 
>hn Buckland 
Jeorge Hay 
TV. S. Currey 
e-hn Robe: tfon 

Itomas Cwe 



Uex. TurnbuII, Chap. 
iiomas Cole, Adjutant 
. Douglas, M. 
ind. die es, Surgeon 
4r. Donald Ion, Agent 

LIV. (M'e It Norfolk) 
.Gen, M.'FieJenck, C. 



of the A R M Y 

Col. A. Bruce, Lt. Col 
Ld.Ed. Fitzgerald, Maj, 

-Captains. 
John Addenbroke 
Richard Powell 
George Lane 
Chriftopher Darby 
Claud Hamilton 
Hugh Colvill 
David Barclay 
J. T. Layard, Capt, Lt. 

Lieu! enants. 
R. A. Montgomery 
Tho. Daunt 
Chriftopher Seton 
John Hall 
Henry Go;t 
Gcoige Harrifon 
Wm. Rain forth 
James Bruce 



R. O. Sloper 
Law. Man. ell 
And. ArmlLonj 
Enji^ns. 
Wm. Wright 
Junes Borland 
Richard Gott 
Henry S'rgkton 
Jofeph Fell 
Etafmus C. Warren 
Godfrey Gibjgn 
Sam el W.i#cn 
Tho. B^wtn, Chaplain 
John Hall, Adjutant 
R. Arrnltrc ng, Q^M. 
Patrick Maxwell, Surg, 
Mr. Armftrong, Agent 



LV. [Weflmorlind) 
[Ireland*) 
L. Gen. J. Gr nt, Col. 
Col C. Cuyler, Lt. Co!. 
Gen it FiOier, M,.j:r 

Capt dins, 
Donald M'Dor.a'.d 
Maj. Wm. Gomm 
Ralph Gledftanes 
W iti. Lyons 
J. Co/by Swindell 



James Lumfden 
John Lindfay 
J.N. Viflcher, Cat.Lt. 

Lieutenants . 
Thomas Wheeler 
W m. Lumfden 
Wm. Quin 
Robert Grant 
John G. Claike 
Geoige Cuyler 
Fran, is R. Trembaih 
Richaid Mayne 
Andrew Rjfs 



Enfifrnt. \ 
J. hn J. Viffcher 
Poyniz ?vlackenz : e 
George S ackno. le 
Nan iing J. ViiTcher 
Godfrey Taylor 
Chi ifloph. Ga;ftin 
Hon. — Creighton 
Wm. D. Rooke 
John Clarke, Chaplain 
Wm. Lumfden, Adj. 

Wm.Muoro, Surgeon 
Mr. Atkinlon, Agent 



LVI. (IVejl Effex) 

(Ireland.) 
L. Gen. H. Walih, Col 
Col. Peter Craig, L. C. 
Hon. V. Poulett, Ma . 

Caj tains. 
L.Ccl. Jjhn Hallowes 
Maj. Cha. Valouon 
Jas. M Herd 
Patrick Ty tier 
Tho. Nixon 
Edward Vicars 
Richard White 
J is. Banington, Cap. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Ed. John Fancourt 
Francis Gyliett 
Benj. Bunon Johnfon 
George S:at 

Allan 



(n6) A L 

Allan Stevenfon 
Rob. Browne 
John Rich Perry * 
Rich. Buekby 
John Jamelon 
Wm. Haig 
Peter Cotes 

Enfigns. 
Rob. O'Neil 
Folliott Warren 
Hugh Taylor 
J hn Anderfon 
Wm. Stawell 
Fletcher Barclay 
John O'Hara 
Wm. Blaquier 
John Ruxton, Chap. 
Ed. J. Fancourt,^//, 
Benj. B. Johnfon, Q^M. 
James Mack, Surg on 
Mr. Johnflon, Agent 

LVII. {Wefi Middlefex) 

L. G.John Campbell, C. 
H. MacdowelL Lt. Col. 
T. Thompfon, Major 

Captains. 
Wm. VPbur 
Albert Gledltanes 
Charles Irwin 
Patrick Cff<?ht'in 
John Beck with 
Wm. Inglis 
John Browne 
David Arnott, Cap!. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Roberts 
George Hogg 
P. De Vaumorel 
Junes B'.ille 
Wm Savage 
L. Tobias Jones 
John Smith 
George Tinling 
Ralph Bruce 
PeU r Garden 
George Carnegie 

En/igns. 
James Max ton 



1ST of tht A F 

John Amory 
Alex Turnbull 
Charles Adamlon 
Ales. Campbell 
Go don Ci'. Dona!dfon 
Colin Campbell 

T. Brent, Clapfai* 
James Nunn, Adj. 
John Smith, Map. 
'Adam Trumbull, Surg* 
Roi's and Ogilvie, Agts. 

LVII1. {Rtttl mdjhire) 
{Ireland.) 
M. Gen. G. Scott, Co). 
Wm. Brereton, Lt. C ; . 
Wm. Mc. Myne, Major 

Captains. 
Wm. C u n i n g ham e 
Will. H. Hennis 
Cselar Monifon 
Robert Douglas 
John Bmgh 
Wm. Fitch 
Hon. A. Wefley 
Geo. Rice, Gapt, Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
J. Exh.Hemmings 
Leveit Ibbetfon 
Jame? Beirn 
Alex. Mawdefley 
Wm. Fyne 
James Ingram 
John Crougey 
Thomas Coltello 
George JefTiies 
A nth. Van Homrigh 
Anthony Hennis 

Enjigns. 
Wm. Ball 
Edw. H. Smith 
Hugh !. Miliey 
IfaicSmth 

Detain tte 

J ,hn R .-he it ion 

Mahon 

David R utery 
K iw. Mafoii, Chaplain 



I M Y. 

James Beirn, Adjutant 
J a.^. Harril'on, Q^Mafi* j 
Benjamin Sh eld, Surg. 
Cane and Son, Agents. 

LIX. ( id Nottinghat»Jh\) 

L. Gen. D. Lindfay, Col. , 
Geo. DoHyLt. Colonel 
Walter Ha> ncs, Major 

Captains. 
Tho. Wdfon 
Den. M. Woodward 
L. Col. Wn . Browne 
Hon. D. Leflie 
Wm. Mac Leod 
Tho. B. Bowei- 
George Nclfon 
John Wemyis, Ccpt.Ln 

Lieutenants. 
Jas. Alex. ColviU 
John Pflthecary 
Patrick Blair 

S T. VaiTal 

Wm. Way 

Robert K^rkland _ I 

John G. Hurley 

John Gartilde 

Rt»bert Vaughan 

Tho. Browne 

R. Fitzgerald Seix 

Enftnis. 
John Carnegie 
Samud Mansfield 
Anthony Wharton 
Robert Mac Farlane 
Alexander Grant 
Ge nge Peter 
Charles A. Sturgeon Jl 
Hugh Row. Williams M 
Tho. Phillips, Cl:ap/aiit4 

S T. v tfeiUAqm 

John Re^Q^M'ijlcr | 
R b. Morris Siit ?eon I 
Roi's and Ogilvie, Ac/»t 

LX. {Rvjal Aineri cam 

G.L'I.Amhcin^.i'ffCAji 



A LIST of the ARMY. 



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Colonel Commandants 
M Gen. G. Chriftie 
Wm. "Rowley 
James Rooke 
Alured Claske 

Lt. Colonels. 
Col. Stephen Kimble 
Peter Hunter 
James A. Harris 
Wm. G Strutt 
Majors. 
Patrick Murray 
George Benign 
George Prevail 
Wm. Gordon 

Captains. 
Maj. J. E. W Deftarres 
Benj. Wickbam 
George F. Loup 
Richard Porter 
Edward Davis 
Tho. Walker 
Lachlan Maclean 
Duncan Mackintofh 

hn Parr 
Fred de Diemar 
George Schneider 
~ames Ecuyier 

am. de Vifmes 
Wm. Lachenwitz 
CharLe* Ingram 
Wm. Martin 
Robert Lethbridge 
red. Goul'chedd 
red. de Chambault 
James Bain 
fohnW. A. Romer 
rederick Maitland 
.ichard Dodglbn 
Alex. Grahan? 
] >hn Manners ICerr 
john L Prevoft 
eorge T. Walker 
enry B. Starke 
Captain Lieutenants. 
>avid Gordon 
ofeph Brietenbach 
t'aac Ilellciburgh 
^io*. A Cochrane 
179*. 



•> Lieutenants. 
Charles L. T. Schedde 
Wm V. Borbeck 
Charles Crotchly 
Gabriel Gordon 
John Campbell 
John Lenox 
James Bruere 
Sam. Kempthorne 
Anthony Pafquada 
James Barrick 
Edward Cartwright 
Thomas Clarke 
Fred. De Vos 
Wm. Claus 
James Dodds 
Wm. Robins 
Francis Quarme 
John Robei tfon. 
Louis Correvotit 
Wm. Tireman 
John De Lancey 
J. Randall Forlter 
David Walker 
Hender Moltfworth 
Alliton Warner 
Fitz Roy J. G. Maclean 
Hngh Fraler 
James Apthorpe 
Jacob Jordan 
Francis Slater 
Cha. Fred. Piguet 
Geo. Fourneret 
Samuel Cates 
Andrew M l Can 
Robert Gordon 
Edward W.dlh 
Rob. Adolphus Farmar 
James Brown 
Guidon Maxwell 
Pinion Bonham 
Wc llh H. Bunbury 
Henry Powleit 
Ju lines Hering 
Wm. Tnomas 

Enfxgns. 
Dorell Cope 
Henry Le Moine 
Aicx. Fraler 



Lewis Muller 

Schneider 

Jas. Peachy 
Sam. Holiandt 
Ham ii tun Fawcetfc 
Daniel Nixon 
Thomas Martin 
James Abernethy 
John Kenney 
Sam. Gibbs 
RobeitRobertfo* 
Wm. Frnfer 
John Campbell 
Wm. Pritchard 
Geoige Sproule 
Edward Codd 
Jenkin C. Williams 
Peter Stewart Barclay 
Clement Briggs 
Edmund Spalding 
Wm. Neville Efa'dE 
Edward Diaper 
Henry Pickering 
Robeit G. Grifluk 
Jacob Tonfon 
Tho. M'Kee 



Chaplains. 
Ge©. Bov/e 
James Manefty 
Wm. Ledie 
Jean F. Mieovilfe 

AJjutan's. 
George Weftphail 
Winkworth Tongue 
Wm. Warburton 
Robert Gordon 

Gtuarter-Maficrs-. 
Robei t Burton 
John Ciarke 
Wm. Co.)k 
lfaac Germain 

Surgeons. 
James Henderlon 
James Wright 
Tho. Dickion Reide 
Edward Shannon 



Rofs 



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A LIST of the ARM Y. 



Rofs Sc Cgilvie, Agents 



LX\.{S**tBGk*ce/?er/b ) 

Ireland. 
L Gen. S. L. Morris, C. 
Col. C. Gordon, Lt. Col. 
L. C. Wm. Owen, Maj. 

Captains. 
L C. Ralph Rarr.fay 
John J. Barlow 
Fran' Cairuthers 
Jan~.es Taylor 
Wm. Cane 
J. Strat. Saunders 
Wm. Alcock 
Lewis Brigges, Capt r Lt. 

Lieutenants . 
Stephen Cell ns 
Thomas Evans 
Thomas Vernor 
Owen Wheiaa 
Jas. Grant 
Rob. Johnfton 
Frederick Bar Jew 
George J. R»ddell 
Arthur Derrrc tt 
Wm. Henry Turtrn 
Lorenzo Moore 

Fnjig ns. 
John W. Maxwell 
ilobert Stewart 
Luke Godfrey 
i Pqnfjrrby 
N;uh. Cavancgh 
— Carruthers 
John Abraham 
J hn R. Saunders 
Geo. Shaw, Chaplain 
John Kevin, A din ant 
John Alrahan , Q^M. 
Rob. Patiick, burgeon 
StewartSrForcefcue,/^; ts 



LXIl. [IVil/hire) 
L Gen. E. Ma'thew, C. 
Chas. Horneck, Lt. Col. 
Hon. T. Ma t land. Maj. 

Captains. 
Wm. Wy brants 



Henry Blacker 
Trevor Hull 
Wm. Cuninghame 
Tho. Drinkwater 
Kenneth M'Kenzie 
Maurice Fitzgerald 
Rich. James, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
George Hewey 
Wm. Oloham 
Jas. Fifter 
Wm. Gourlay 
Francis Garden 
Jofhua Jelb Kent 
John Symmers 
Jas. Black well 
Arthur Phaire 
Richard Burneli 

Enhvn*. 
Walter Croker 
Francis Hardwlck 
Charles Carefield 
Clement G. MatTey 
Richard Daly 
George Gauntlett 
Robert H. Mackworih 
Wrn. Lucas 

Jofcph Crewe, Chaplain 
Rob. Abraham, Adj. . 
Wm. Oldham, ^ MS 
Alex. Mocdie, Surgeon 
Bifnjpp&BrumwelLf^fj 



LXUI. [Weft Svffilk) 
Ireland. 
Earl of Baharres Col. 
Stephen Howe, Lt. Col 
L.C. Chas. Stewart, M 

Captains. 
Maj. Jfihn M 4 Kinnon 
Gilbert Affleck 
Lovett Afhe 
John R. Napier 
Ambroic W. BafCioft 
Thomas Harrow 
Wm. Cofby 
John Baylis, Capt. Lt. 



Lieutenants. 
Tho. M'Leioth 
Sam. Fairtlough 
John Ward law 
Wm. Johnfton 
Matthew Johnfton 
Jamts Alfton 
David Andrew 
Be.nj. Wynne Ottley 
Alexander Wernyis 
John Wauchope 
Enf.gns. 
James Barclay 
John Mackenzie 
John Mercer 
Charles White 
Theob.- Mandeviile 

Ruxton > I 

Henry Rout I edge 
George Adderly 
Ed. Colerigde, Chap. 
John Ward law, Adj* 
Geo. Thomp'bn, Q^flf' 
Michael Carrr.ac, Our/ 
Fraier & Reed, Agt 



LXl-Y. {id Stafford 

Ireland. 
M. Gen. J. Leland, Gi 
R. H. Buckeridge, L. < 
Robert Cr.mpton, May 

Captains. 
Maj. Jn . Lewis 
Wm. Snowe 
Chas. Wright 
James Innea 
Henry L. Hall 
George Rowley 
James Mercer 
David Bofwel', CaptX 

Lieutenants. 
John P. D'Arcy 
George Johnftoa 
Wm. Martin 
Charles Tompkins 
Wm. At wood Oliver 
Richard M'Guire, Kt. 
Wm. Forbes 
J aires Willock j i 
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A LIST of the ARMY. (119) 



Kagh Crawford 

Chas Mill-er_ 
John S. Boi fd a une 

En ft gnu 
Alex. Brooke, 
Arthur Brereton 
V/ m. UPntr 
Anthony D. Cudmore 
Thomas Whelan 
James O'Grady 
Hon — — De Courcey 
Richard Thornhiii 
Robert Bell, Chaplain 
Rich. Armilrong, Adj. 
James M'dloy, M. 

• Wingate, Surg. 

Ormfby and Co. Agents 



lXVXidTorkJbN.Rid) 
M. Gen. J. Gunning, CV. 
Jofeph Ruckeridge, L.C 
Farm an Clole, Major 

Captains, 
Maj. J. Wat Ion 
Alex. Malcolm 
Wm. Graham 
Alex. Macgregor 
John J? Hill 
Earl of Elgin 
John H. Dalrymple 
Henry Blacker, Cap. L t 

Lieutenants. 
Lawrence Gillei'pie 
John Vaflel 
George A. Bygave 
Ge- rge Maddii'on 
Latham Blacker 
William P. Trevciyan 
George Pidgeon 
George Oliver 
Robert Douglas 
Wm. Clarke 
AUx. Campbell 
Enjigns.- 
J— B — Garftin 
Wm. C. Frome 
Philip D. Toofey 
Robert Hamilton 
Thomas Kennedy 
James Adams 



Kon. J Stopford 

John Manning, Chap, 
Robert Douglas, Adj. 
John Lowrjey, Q^M. 
Law. Scott W i I ion Surf 
Mr. Moleiworih, Agen 



LXVI. {Berkfbire) 
L.Gen. J. Gabti't, Co I 
Kenry Bowyer, Lt. Col. 
Tho. Caitle, Major 

Captains. 
George Uiquharfc 
John Hatton 
John Burvil 
Richard Gabbitt 
Roger C oghlau 
James Setoa 
Wm. Henry Short 
Arthur Benfon, Capt.Lt. 

Lieutenants , 
John O. How 
Benj. John ion 
Richard Gabbett 
Wm. Diiney 
Gt orge Savage 
J— Gordon 
Hugh Lloyd 
W,n. Lloyd 
Henry Long 
Wm, Burr#ws 
Hugh Hill 

EnJfgnS. 

John Wordell 
Wm. Thuifby 
Wen. D. Staples 
T. Bucheley Campbell 
Thomas Mettaui 
Jeremiah Hodges 
Marcus H. Mercer 

Nath: Btifted, Chaplain 
David Gunn, Adj 
T Buch. Campbell, Q.M. 
Thomas Lintoi, ourg. 
Filter andCroafdale,^/j 



LXVII. (Scuth Hambjb.) 
LG.Ed,M. Browne, C. 



M. G, Ch.Croftie, L.C* 
George Si add en, Major 

Captains. 
Jas. Fitter 
Edward Wilfon 
David Wilkin ion 
Charles Bailiie 
Wm. Bain 
J. R. W. Humphreys 
Ronald Hamilton 
Jas. 0*Har?, Capt.Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Richard Bu:ler 
Anthony Gordon 
Gtorge Dickfoo 
Adam Gordon 
Theobald Butler 
John M. Mainwaring • 
Tho Weftern Shirley 
George Horsford 
Edward Gayer 
Wm. Hartley 

Enftgnt. 
Daniel Cucimore 
Charles Walker 
George Garth 
Wm. Huey 
Francis Croibie 
Godfrey Gibfon 
Henry Tonfon 

Ja me? W ilfbo, Ch np fain 
Wm. T. Taylor, Adj. 
James O'Hara, Q_M«(t; 
John Ellis, Surgeon 
Mr. Adair, Agent 

LXVII I. [Dnrham) 
Cren. John Lambton, C. 
James Stewart, Lt. C. 
L-Col. J. B. Sc haw, Maj % 

Captains. 
Maj. C. W. Efte 
John S. Farlay 
M alby Bi abazon 
Wm. Potts 
Daniel CTMeara 
Norman Mac Lean 
Gilbert S. Stewart 
I Fran. Creeds Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 



(i2o) A LIST of the ARM Y. 



Lieutenants. 
John Kelly 
Thomas Hill 
Charles Hen ry Sirr 
Daniel Waugh 
Richard T. Fuller 
Francis Moneypenny 
John Stewart 
Chas. F, Abbott 
At M. Ker Hamilton 
Robert Lucas 
Wm. Ironfide 

Enftgns. 
A. Lewis Hinuber 
John Maxwell 
liaac Stewart 
Walter Kerr 
Geotge Nefbitt 
Wm. Snell 



Wm. Nesfield, Chaplain 
Ifaac Stewart, Adjutant 
Thomas Seddon, Q^M. 
Robert Wales, Surgeon 
Meflrs. Mey ricks, Agts. 



LXIX. (S. LimoUjhire) 

Ireland. 
M.G.R.Abercioxby, C 
Wm. A. Vmetm, L. C. 
L.C.Wm.Yorke, Major 

Captains* 
Alex. Mackay 
Arch. Campbell 
Arthur Leith 
Pet. r Mair 
George Le^ard 
Norton C. Martelli 
Can Bt-ref-ford 
John Clarke, Capt. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
Hyacinth C rofton 
Richard O'Doherty 
James Richardfon 
John Naimyth 
Gabriel Thompfon 
He.iry Hart 
Hugh J» Haafard 
JohnK Dunbar 



James R. Coateg 

John R. Lyons 
James A. Chaundy 

EnfignS, 
Thomas Hay 
Caleb Chute 
John M'Qintock 
James Cockburne 
Wm, Batticy 
;,ohn Gill 

Wm. Weflby Browne 
Hon. Ed. Wingfield 
Rob. Holmes, Chap. 
Thomas Hay, Adjutant 
John Allen, Q^Mafter 
Tho. Sandon, Surg. 
Frafer 5c Reed, Agts. 



LXX. (Surry) Ireland. 
M. G. Earl ofSuffolk,C 
Eyre Coote, Lieut. Col. 
Boulter Johnfton, Maj. 

Captains, 
Maj. Robert Irving 
John Evatt 
Thomas Nicoll 
Thomas Dunbar 
George S. Nares 
Hon. Vefey Knox 
Charles Irvine 
Geo.Wiiliamlbn,CVz/.. 

Lieutenants, 
James Bruce 
Court I and Skinner 
George Spry 
James Eifton 
Jafper Grant 
Henry Elliot 
John Grueber 
Charles M. Raiders 
Henry Giffoid 
Wm. Cox 

William C. Langford 

Enjigns, 
Henry Leader 
John Floyer 
Henry Reddifli 
Wm. Johnfton 
George Otway 
Richard- Moore 



John Scott 
Edward John Bull 
John Jone*, Chaplain 
Ben). Lavi rt nee, Adj. 
Wm. Hntchini'on, q^Af. 
James Kay, Surgeon 
Ed. Cane, Agent 

LXXf. {Highland) 
M.Gen.H.W.Goidoii, C, 
David haird, L. Co'. 
Sta>r P. Dalryn.pie, Mc.j 

Captains. 
Phineas M'Intolh 
Hon. John Lindfay 
Alex. M'Kenzie 
James Robertion 
John Burthwick 
Hugl} Sibbaki 
Da vici Rofs 
Hugh Cuthbert 
Wm. C. Gon\e,Cap.L 

Lttutenants. 
Roderick Mackenzie 
John Forbes 
Lewis Mackenzie 
James Duncan 
Simon Mackenzie 
John Gordon 
J^hn Sinclair 
Wm. Jt hnfon 
Danie! Bayne 
George Leith, Bt. 
Hugh Mackenzie 
Lewis Moore 
Keith Young 
John Forbes 
John Urquhart 
John Stenhoufe 
Salomon H. Durell 
Kenneth Mackenzie 
Charles Stewait 
Thomas S. Be-:kwith 
Hugh Falconer 
Matthew Lalor 
Enftgns. 
Charles Manning 
John Stuart 
Robert Boles 
James Fanjuhar 

John i 



A L I 



S T of the A R M Y. (ui) 



John Daly 
Robert Maeally 
Wm. J. Veomen 
Marcus Marr 
George Mac Lnren 
Roderick Mackenzie 
D. Mackenzie, Chaplain 
R. Mackenzie, Adj. 
D. Mackenzie, Q^M. 
Wm. Horleman, Surg. 
Rol's and Og^lvie, Agts. 

LXXII {Highland) 
M. Gen. J. Murray, Col. 
James Stuart, Z»/« Col. 
Hugh Fral'er, Major 

Captains. 
Charles Gieprioning 
John Campbell 
Ge \ C. Braithwaite 
Wm. H. Drummond 
Hon. J. Elj'h'nllone 
Hon. W. M. Maidand 
George Petrie 

Tho. Mackenzie, C. L. 

Lieutenants. 
John M'Ir.nes 
Robert Gordon 
Malcolm M'Prurfon 
George Gordon 
Andrew Edmmonltone 
Alexander Campbell 
eorge Seaton 
ames Vcitch 
ames A. Stuart 

m. Wh tlie 
ohn Young 
dmund Stewart 
eorge Gonn 
fen Mackenzie 
lex. Mac Dougtl 
obert Forfyth 
ampbell Getty 
faac Bayley 
rancts Ward 
ames Fial'er 
onald Fr rbcs 
ho Menziei 



Edward E. Colman 

Enftgn:. 
Lewis M'Kenzie 
Francis Stuart 
Charles F.Hill 
Charles M'xjounell 
Jchn Fort nam 
1 ho mas Weft 
Ronald Campbell 
VV w. S ui he i land 
Charles Scott 
Wm. Mackenzie, Chap. 
Wm. Sutherland, Adj. 
Gilbert Gunn, $±M. 
John Hi own, Surg* 
Cox&iGreenwo -d, Agts 



LXXHI. {Highland) 
M.' (i. W. Meadows, C. 
Col N. Macleod, L. C. 
James Spens, Al.tjsr 

Captains* 
Tho. Galpine 
Alex. Campbell, Bt. 
Hon. Geo. St. Jobc 
Burton G. Bar'ouit 
Richard Fleming 
John French 
Wm. Cockurn 
Hon. A. Douglas 
John Macleod, Cap. Lt, 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Sutherland 
Robert Rebellion 
Wm. White 
Wm. MacUod 
John Maciae 
John Ventrb Field 
Alexander Role 
James M'Pherlon 
Wm. Maxwell 
Henry Allen 
Wm. Mm I cod 
Breon Hordes 
George Spencer 
Hugh Sutherland 
John D. Morgan 
John C-.!mpb< II 
Hon. G. Annei'ey 



Hdft. G. Turnour 

Alexander Blair 
Peter Garden 
John M. Cooper 
Charles F. Jackfon 
Bea). Ralph 
Jofhua L. Win flow 
Enfigns. 

Mac Gregor 

Thomas Stratham 
Jas. Ioni an 
Wm. Ker 
Robert Brown 
Arthur Gore 
Spencer Huey 
James Todd 
John Kennedy 
Donald Bayne, Chap, 
James Todd, Adj. 
Alex. Stuait, Q^M. 
A'ex. Stuart, Surg. 
Bifhcpp5* Brummell Agts 

I.XX1V. [Highland) 
Vi . Gea. Cha. O l Hara, C. 
Ham. Maxwel!, Lt, Col % 
Wancis Skelly, Maj. 

Captains. 
Dugald Campbell 
Alex. Campbell 
Wm. Wallace 
Robert Wood 
C! a. Campbell 
Wm. Douglas 
Rich. Lalrijnd 
Geo. Aul-rey 
Jas. Ciark, Cr.pt. Lt. 

Lieutenants. 
Johfl Campbell 
Dugald Lamont 
Sa;n. Swinton 
John Cambell 
Chas. Campbell 
John r/orbes 
Jas. Hay 
Cha. O'Connor 
John Gorry 

Corn. Wm. Emmerfon 
Jas i'oynti 

Pctr 



(12 2) A 

Peter Paxton 
Cha. Mackenzie 
Wm. Cam [ bell 
David Aytone 
Wm. Beliaflii 
Alex, Steuart 
Jas. Campbell 
Duncan Stewart 
John Wallace 
Halting* Frafer 
Stuart S. Douglas 
Calvert Briflow 
Enftgns. 
J hn Campbell 
Kirby Dalrymple 
Cha. Abernethy 
H. M'Donnell Murray 
Andrew Dyce 
Stirlinp. Hamilton 
Reginald James 
Hon Henry Tournour 

John Fergufon, Chaplain 
Samuel S win ton; Aju. 
Jas. Clark, Q. Maft. 
Wm. HendcrTon, Sur, 
Gox &c Greenwood,^//. 



LXXV. {Highland) 
Robert AbeiCromby, Col 
]ames Hartley, Lt Col. 
George Hart, Major 

Captains. 
Robert Crauruid 
lohn Wood 
Daniel Seddon 
Alex- Cumine 
Robert Kennan 
Samuel Achmuty 
Zachariah Hall 
John Innes 

Geo. Mackenzie, C. Lt ♦ 

Lieutenants. 
Benjamin Forbes 
Charles Anderfon 
David Maxwell 

J Chales Halkett 

John Abercromby 
Adana Davie 



LIST of the A 

James Dunfmore 
Tho. Mtlborne Weft 
Coiin Mac Rue 
John Doherty 
George Douglas 
Edmund Filmer 
Chriilopher Hayes 
Henry Quin Browniigg 
Tho. Drummond 
Alex- Steuart 
Geo. Laye 
James Ogilvie 
Donald Cameron 
Alex. Wallace 
Benjamin Hill 
Chrift. Dowlin 
James Br ugh 

Enfigns. . 
Charles Stewart \ 
Jonathan Brown 
Robert Moodie 
John Keirnon 
Jame> Towers 
George Wood 
William Caldwell 
Edward Holland 
Wtliiam Baillie 
John Pritchett, Chaplain 
Geo. Mackenze, Adj. 
Cha Stewart, Q^Maji. 
Cha. Kerr, Surgeon 
Cox Si Greenwood. Agts. 



LXXVI. 

M. Gen.T. Mulgrave, C. 
Col. Geo. Harris, Lt. Col. 
Alex. Rofs, Miijot 

Captains. 
Robert S:iaw 
John Campbell 
Edward Mufgrave 
Patrick Maxwell 
David Markharn 
ames Ga ge 
John Hami ton 
Charles Madan 
Kenneth M'Rae, C. Lt. 

Lieutenants, 
John Watfoa 



R M Y. 

James Rohertfon 

i J eter Smith 
Cha. Griffiths 
Kenneth Mac Kenzie 
Robert Barton 
John Conyngham 
Edward Tratlord Nootlfc 
John Gray 
Michael Symes 
Walter William 
B— - J— Stamford 
John Robertibn 
Malcolm Grant 
John Kennedy 
William Boys 
Edward Brooke 
Ronald Cameron 
Philip Philpot 
John Rollo 
Roderick Mackenzie 
William Gibbard 
Thomas Jones 

Enfigns, , 
George Lys 
Brifcoe Mofland 
Meyrick Shawe 
Robert Cuninghame 
Samuel Rofbotham 
William Jas. Scott 
Wm. Levinigflo.ii 
Alex. Maffifw'all 
Hew Dalrymple 
VVm. Gordon, Chaplain) 
Wm. Murray, Ajj. 
Ron dd Cameron, tg^M, 
Jas. Mulgrave, Surgeon' 
Meflrs. Mey ricks, Agts 



LXXVI I. 
Jas. Mardi, Colonel 
Jas, Balfour, Lieut Col* 
Marl. P. Stirling, Maj. 

Captains. 
BuWrode Whitelocke 
Jas. Dunlop 
Jwhn Montrefor 
William Fred. Spry 
Ld. Cha Somerfet 
Cha. Gray 

Davi< 



War Office. 

.©avid Robertfori .'Roger Bridgewater 

Wm. Grant ijohn Lawrence 

JEauch. M*Quarrie, C, L. Donald Mackenzie 



Lieutenants, 
Hugh Trevor 
Jofeph Owen 
Thomas Wefton 
Arch. Campbell 
.Hon. Geo. Cochrane 
John Shaw' 
St. John Faficourt 
Creighton Macrae 
John Campbell 
•Geo, Collier 
Wm. Nelfon 
Cha, Tho. Grant 
John Macleod 

MARINES. 
Gneral, Hon. John Forl*cf. 
Lt. Gen. Hon. Sam Barrington. 

» Colonels. 
Ge^. Bowyer, Hon. Wm Coin- 
Rich. Onflow, wailis. 

Colonels Commandant, 
Henry Smith, A. T. Collins, 
W. C3rrutl;ers 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
John Tupper, John Hughes, 
Wm. So, ter, Hftnie Inncs 
Fian J. Perkins, Maur. WermA, 
Majors. 

*W. R'theram, J. Bowrter, 

T. Averne, Tho. Duval, 

John Campbell, G. Piettou, 

Agent, Griffith Williams. 

Artillery, four La'talicns. 
Vol. Charles Duke, of Richmond. 
Col. en Sec Hon. W . Howe, K B. 

Colonels Commandant 
James Pattifon, Jofeph Brome, 



Edmund Shuttleworth 
Ijohn Robins 
[Philip Anftruther 
ijohn Browne 
Geo. Gibbs 
Allen Hampden Pye 

Enftgns. 
Archibald Campbell 
John And. Dick 
jChai les Stewart 
Steph. Gill man 
(Alex Gray 
[Francis Mackay 
Wm. Hcfleman 



<12J) 

Wm. Whitra 
Ceo. J. B. Tucker 
Tho, Dalton, Chaplain 
Arch, Campbell, Adj. 
Cha. Stewart. ^ Mafi. 
Colin Anderfon, Surgeon 
iCox & Greenwood. Agts. 

Iffibm S. Wales Corps.) 
Fran. Groie, Maj. Com. 
-J. Tho. %u\\tv^Sec.Maj. 
Cox & Greenwood, Agts. 



UA Corps of Infantry f or 
J Upper Canada.) 
'J. G. Simcoe, Col Com. 
Cox &Green wood, Agts. 
Sana. Cleaveland, Wm. Martin 
Colonels. 

Forbes Macbean. Benj. Stahelin, 
Dun. Di ummond, A.Farrington, 

Lientenant -Colonels. 
John Wllliamfon, Peter Tra ; l, 
Kilis Walker, Wm. Jonfton, 
Thomas Davis Jofeph Eyre, 
Philip Martin, W.BrOthvvick, 
Majors. 

Edi Williams, W. Congreve 
W.O Huddleftoo, Tho. Paterlbrj, 
Vaughan 1 loyd, John Stewart, 
G. Rochfort, J. Lemoine* 
A gent , Mr. Adar. 

ARTILLERY. 

Royal Irijb Regiment. 
Cel. Earl of Drogheda, 
Col. en Sec. Earl of Caihampton, 
Col. Comm. John Stratton, 
Lt Col. Richard Bettefworth, 
Major W.n. Brady, 
dgent^ Mr. Burgh, 



War-Okfkf.. 
Sec. at F/ar, Sir Geo. Yonge, K. B. 
Dep. Matt. Ia wis, Efq; 
Paymafler of Widow"** Penftons, Hon. 

Hemy Fox. 
De \ Edward Moore, Efq; 
Lx a mn.er cf Army Accounts, Pvob. 

Taylor, KQ\\ 



Paymasters Gf.neral of the 

Land Force?. 
Pay m after s-G en. Rt. Hon. Dudley 

"Ryder, Rt. Hon. Tho. Steele. 
Dep. 8 EllwickJSfq; Hon A.Phipps. 
Ca.'birr, 1 ho. Bargham, Efq; 
Arfomptant, Rich. Molefworth, Efq; 
Ledger keep* Pa. G. Craufurd, Efq; 

Com* 



The Office of Ordnance. 



0*4) 

Cimpvtor of Off-reckonings, David 

Thomas, Efq; 
Cajbier and Paymafter of Half -pay. 

Kecne Stables, Efq; 
Entering Clerk, P. Burrell, Efq; 

tower of London. 

f^Onftable and chief Gov. Lt. Gen 

^ Charles, E. Cornwallis, iooo/. 

L.Gov. G. Charles Vernon, 700/. 

Dep. Lieut. John Gore, Efq; 36*5/. 

Major, Lloyd Hill, Efq; 182/. iox 

C^^/>/.A^.Th.Cowper, 12,1/. 13^.4^. 

Phyfician, Dr.Bur.Tomkins > 1 82,/. 10s 

Surgeon, Mr. Geo. Role, 45/. i%s. 

Gov. of St. Catherine"** near the Tow- 
er, Hon. M. Digby, 400/. 
The Officer/* Ordnance. 
'A/TAjler-General, Duke of Rich- 

• - mond, 1500/. 

Lt % Gen. SirWm. Hov/e,K.B.i 100/. 

Surv.-Gen.Hsn. G.C. Berkely, 800/. 

Clerk of the Ordnance, Gibbs Craw- 
ford, Efq; 600/, 

Storekeeper, Jn. Aldndge, Efq; 500/. 

Clerk of the Deliveries, Tho. Bail- 
He, Efq; 500/. 

Ireafurer and Paymafter^ William 
Smith, Efq; 560. 

Secretary to theMaft.~Gen % Charles 
Lennox, Efq; 300/. 

Secretary to the Board, Auguftus Ro- 
gers, Efq; 410/. 

Council to the Ordnance, James A- 
dair, Efq; 300/. 

Architecl, James Wyat, 120/. 

Aftronomer^ Rev. New. Mafkelyne 
D.D. F.R.S. 100/. 

Military Branch. 

Chief Engineer and Colonel, Sir Wm. 
Green, Bt 44*. per Day. 

Colonels, at 1 8s. per day, Matt. Dixon, 
John Archer, H. Debbing, Wm. 
Spry, Rob. Morfe. 

Lieut. Colonels, at 1 5 x . per day. J. 
Daw Ion, A. D'Aubant, G. Mul 
carter, E. Durnfcrd, A. Mercer, 
A. Frafer 



Captains, at 10/. per day, R. Prfng!?, 
J. Moncnef, J Campbell, T. Hart- 
cup, G. Mann, W. Twifs, G. Eve- 
leigh, M. Pitts, W.Parker, Sir H. 
Page, H. Rudyani, A. Durnford, 
A. Sutherland. Agent, C. Teef- 
dale, Efq; 

Royal Acad em y at Woolwi ch, 

Governor, D. of Richmond, 474/. 10/, 

Lt. Gov. Col. Stahelin, 300/. 

InfpeSlor, Capt. Dor let, 300/. 

Prcfeffor of Fortification and Artille- 
ry, J. Landmann, F.R^S. 300/. 

Profejfor of Mathematicks, Charles 
Hutton, F. R. S. 300/. 
Laboratory at Woolwich. 

Comptroller, Major Wm. Congreve, 

Chief Fire-Mafter, Major James 
Wood, 230/. 

Affift. Lieut. Thomas Sutton, 200/. 

Inj'pedlor of Artillery, Maj. T. Blooms 
field, 350I. 

Afftftt. to Do. Capt E. Trage, 120I. 

Supcrintendant of Repofttory, Maj. 
W. Congreve. 91I. 5s. 
Drawing Room in (he Tower. 

Chief Draughtsman, T. Chamber* 
laine, 109I. 10s. 

Chief Surv. Draughtfman, William 
Gardner, 91I. 5s. 

Draw. Mafters, J. Potter, F. Gould, 
H. Gilder, James Evans. 
CINQUE PORTS. 

Lord Warden, and Conftable of Do- 
ver Caftle, Earl of Guilford, K. G.l 

Lieutenant, Tho. Bert, Efq; 

Dep. Lieut. Tho Bateman Lane, Efqji 

Captain < f Deal Cnft. Duke of Leeds.' 

of VP altoer Cafl. Wm . Scot, E l'q ; 

— . of Sand 'gate CaJl.W . Evelyn, Elq; 
■ of Arckhffe Forty James Ham- 
mo nd, Efq; 

Moats Bulwark, J. Latham, FX \% 

Regijler of Dover Cajlle, Mr. Tho. 
Bateman Lane. 

Chaplain, Rev. Mr. Mi net. 

Sec. James Wright, Efq; 

Com- 



The Admiralty. 

Comm fssiONERs and OFFi cers, of -Agent, 



0*5> 



ike Roy a l Hosp i t al a/ Chelsea. 
ComviiJJioners. 

THE Prefideni of the Council. 
Fii ft Lord ol the Treai'ury. 
Two Secretaries of State. 
PaymaPter-gen. of the Land Forces. 
Secretary at War. 

TwoComptroIlers of the Army Acc. 
the Govern >r and Lieut. Governor. 

Military Officers. 
Gov, Hon. Gen. Sir George How- 
ard, K. B.' 500/. 
Lt. Gov. Lt. Gen. B. Hale, 400/. 
Major, Wm. Bulkeley, 250/. 
Adjutant, loo/. 
jreajurer. Pay M Gen. of the Land 

Forces for the time b.ing. 
Deputy 7 reajurer , Hon. Fred. Vane. 
Chap/,itn<,Rev. Thomas Comyn,Rev 

Wm. Haggit, 100/. 
Phyjician, Dr. Mo!e!ev,F R.S. 100/. 
Surgeon, ThoR. Kia'e, Efq; 100/. 
Apothecary, Rich. Rob. Graham, E*q; 
Seer, and Reg. Sam. Eft wick, Efq; 
Agt. & Paymaji. W. Bruminell, Efq; 
Wmpt roller, H. Tompkins, Efq; 
Steward^ Val. Fowler, Efq; 
Clerk of the IVcrks, Robert Adam*, 
Sfq; F.R.S 

THE ADMIRALTY. 
Commifftoners (y ) 
IT?/?RL of Chatham, 3000/. 

Lord Arden, Lord Hood, Alan 
Gardner, Juha Smith, C. S Fybus, 
Hon. J. T. Townlend, 1000/. 
Secretaries, P.. Stephens, Efq; 800/ 

John Ibbetlon, 800/. 
Clerks on the Eftabltjbmmt, Sir Henry 
• Parker, Bt. 200/. T. Fearne, 150/ 
Cha. Wright, 120/. |of. Be lion, 
I 100/. Rob. Robin Ion, 80/. Wm 

Gimber, 70/ T. Kite, 60/. 
Tench and Span'Jh Tranjlutor, 
Secret \ry in the Marine Department, 

Philip Stephens, Efq; 30.il. 
i^.V.-i ;ohn Ibbvtfon, Efq; 200I. 
fujmaj}^ cf Marine*, Gab. Steward, 
I J/ue :n St, All/an i-Jircet. 



1 Cox, Efq; 



Sec. to Commiff. of the Longitude, S'r 

Henry Parker, Bt. £0/. 
TheHigh Court of Admiralty. 
^Udge of the Admiralty, Sir James 
J Marriott, Knt . 800/. 
Judge-Advocate to the Fleet, George 

Jackfcn, Efq; 182/. ior. 
King's Adv. Gen. Sir Wm. Scott. 
A dm. Do. Dr. T. Bever, 
Reg:Jler, Loid Arden. 
King's Prefer, James Hefeltine, Efq; 
Admiralty Proclor,G. Coiling, Efq; 
Council to the Admiralty and Navy, 

Francis Cockayne Cult, Efq; 
So licttor, James Dylan, Efq; 400/. 
Marjbal, John Cricket, £f<j5 

P h v-Oi f 1 c e. 
n^Reafurer, Rt. Hon. Henry Dun- 
das, 4000/. 
Paymafter and Accomptant, 

Alexander Trotter, Efq; 500/. 
Paymafter for Payment of Wages, 

Wm. Taylor, Elq; 400/. 
At Port/mouth, Charles W. Delke, 

230/. Jo f. Swafheld, 200/. 
At Plymouth, John Swaffield 230I. 

John Davieft, 200I. 
At Chatham, Wm. Smyth, 230I. J. 

Fennell, 200I 
In London, John Swafileld, Jun. 200/. 

John Slide, Jun. 1 i 0/ 
Cajbicr oj the Na'iy f.r paying Bills, 

F. Cooke, Efq; 400/. 
Cajhier of the Victualling, G. Swaf- 

field, Efq; 400/. 
Actemptant, G. Fennel. Efq; 400I. 
InJpcSlzr of 6\ aniens Wills and Powers, 

J. Bedim feld, Efq; 300!. 
Officers f\r paying Contingencies, 

Ben. Pierfe, at P.rtfm uth, T. 

Wool ridge, at Plymouth, D. EaHon, 

at Chatham, at 150I. per an. 
Keep, of Ships BotksC 1 v. eedie,i4ol. 

Navy-Offi c e. 
'*rin. Officers and Commiffi oners. (11) 
<• comptroller of the Navy, Henry 
Martin, Efq; Suo/. 

R 



Cbii 



Navy Office. 



0*6) 

Chief Clerk for Accompts, Thoma? 

Davies, Efq; i 8ol. 
1. Surveyor, J. Henflow, Efq; 800/. 

Ajftjlant, John Binmer, Elq; 300]. 

C. Cleric. Detrick. 
3 Clerk of the Ads, George Marfh, 

Efq; 800/. 
Afftfiant, J. Margefton, E% 45°'- 

Chief Clerk, John Andrews, 1 Sol. 
4. Comptroller of the Treafurer's Ac 

compts, Geo. Rogers, Efq; 800/. 

Chief Clerk, O. Standert, 150L 

Complr. of Victualling Accompts 

Wm. Palmer, Efq; 800/. 

Chief C/*r£,Tho.Herne, iool. 
6. Complr. of the Store-Keeper*: Ac- 

compts, William Bellingham, Efq; 

800/. 

Chief Clerk,] Bailie, Efq; 
7 . Commtjfioner Extraordinary, Ed- 
ward Le Cras, E'qrs. 800/. 

8. Sam.Walli^Efq; 800I. 

9. Chatham and Sheernefs, Charles 

Proby, Efq; 500/. 

10. At Portfmoutk, Cha. Saxton, Efq 
500/. 

W.Commiffioners at Plymouth,RobQrt 
Fanfhaw, Efq: ^00/. 
\ €tmmiJ/ioner at Ha 'if ax, Nova Scotia, 
Henry Duncan, Efq; 500I. and for 
extra charges, 500!. more. 
Vl C TU ALL 1 NG-Orr 1 CE. 
Commiffimers (7) 
t. f^Omptr. of Cajh Acc andChair- 
man, George Cherry, Efq; 

%. of Store Acc G. P. Tow 

ry, Efq; 

' 3. Commifj, fuperintending Hy taker , 
S. MarlhaU, Efq; 

4. — Brcivl. oufe, Alex.Cherley, Efq; 

5. — Cuttinghoufe, Francis Stephens, 
— Dry Stores^ Wm. Lance, Efq; 

*j m — Cooperage, Wm. Bofca ./cn, Efq; 
46" 5/. each. 

Secr>;ar><, i. ,Vatts, Efq; 200/. 
Vtchief Clerk, W n. Gofiing, 100!. 
MCafiier, Wm. Sa> er, Efq; 120/. 



Qhief Clerk* John A. Smith, <>ol. 
Accomptant f or Stores, Ralph Collier, 

Efq; 120I. 
The Royal Hospital at Green- 

WI CH. 

Principal Officers. 
Gov' Sir Hugh Pallifer, Bt. 1000/. 
Lt. Gov. Capt.james Fergufon, 400/, t 

Dl RECTORS. 44. 

Sir H. Pallifer, Bt. James Fergufon, I 
Efq; Sir Alex. Hood, K B Rt. Hon. t 
L Auckland, T.Bret, Efq; Jn.Clev- I 
land, Efq; J. T. Savary, Efq; G. 
Maiih, Eiq; W.Wells, Efq; Rev. 
John Cooke* J. Campbell, Efq; 
Jo h Bates, Efq; Sir Richard 
Bickerton, Bt. Wm. Allen, E q; 
M Fonneieau, Kfq; W. Palmer, 
Efq; W. T. Aftel, Efq; G. Ro- 
gers, Efq; R. Hulfe, Efq; Ch . 
Mai on, Efq; R Prelton, Efq. 
J Yenn, Efq. S. Biilington, Kfq; 
1. Hunt, Efq; F. J. Hartweil, Kfq; 

Treafurer, Sir Alex. Hood, 200/. K..J3. 

Firft Captain, Sir R. Pearfon, 

Second Captain, A. Hunt, 

Third Capt. T. All w right, 

Fourth Capt. F. Lynn, 280/. each. 

Lieuts. Cha. Beflon, 'Robert Kerr, 
Henry Smith, A. Forty e, G. 
Spearing, Wm. Hunter, P. Stuart, 
P. Vancourt. 115/. each. 

Chaplains, Rev. J hn Cooke, John 
Maule, 130/. each. 

Phyfciau, Dr. Jas.Hoffack, \os. p. d. 

Surgeon, Wm. Taylor, l$0~/i 

Sn\ John Ibbetfon, Efq; F.R.S. 160/. 

Auditor, Rt. Hon. Lord Auckland 
100/. 

Surveyor, John Yenn, Kf<j; 200/. 
Solicitor to the Board, Mr. Evereft. 
Receiver's Offi ce, on TowerHslt) 

Ccmimffioncrs 3. 
J. Cleveland, Efq; 
.oho R-.ln ei^h, Etq; 
I > 11 B.verly, Efq; 
idicitcr, Wm. WyoJ, Efq; 

A D- 



Admirals of the Royal Navy. ( 1 27) 



ADMIRALS of 

Admiral of the Fleet, j Sir Ed. Hwghes, K. B. 
Hon. John Forbes, Gen. : John Etfans, Elq; 



the ROYAL NAVY. 



of Mai ines 
Admirals of the While. | Yi 
Duke of Bolton, 
Ear) of Northeik, 
Sir Francis Geary, Bt. 
Lord Rodney, K. B. 
E. of Mount Edgcumbc 
John Montagu, Efq; 
Earl Howe. 
Hugh Pigot, Efq; 

.Idmirah of the Blue. 
Lord Shuldham, 
Sir Hugh Paliiter, Bt. 
Matthew Barton, Efq; 
Sir Peter Parker, Bt.' 
Hon. SamuelBarringion 

Vice- Ad*, of the /' J. 
Marr. A 1 but hast, Efq; 
Robert Roddam, Efq; 
Win Lloyd, Efq; 



John Dafrymple, Efq; 
Herbeit Sawyer, Efq; 
Mirk M'lbanke, Efq; ! Sir Richaid King, Kt. 



ns of the White, ' Jonathan Faulkner, Efq; 
Nicholas Vincent, Elq; Rear Adms.cf the White, 



\ Sir Edward Vernon, Kt.| 
j Richard Edwards, Eq, 
| Thomas Graves, Ff j; 
Hon. Robert Digby. 
Benjamin Marl >w, FJq; 
Sit Ale*. Ho. d, K. B. 
l^tce-Adms. of the Blue. 
Sir Chaloner O^le, Kt. 
Lord Hood, 

Sir Richard Hughes, Bt. 
John Elliot, E q; 
William Hotham, Efq; 
Jofeph Pe)ton, Efqj 

Adms of the Red. 
John Carter Allen, Efq; 
Sir Cha. Middleton, Bt. 



Philip Affleck, Efq; 
Sir Rich. Bickerton, Bt. 
Hon.Jn Levefon Gower. 
Sir John Jervis, K. B. 
Adam Duncan, Efq; 
Rich. B aithwaite, Eftft 
Phillips Cofty, Efq; 
Rear Adtns. of tbe Blue. 
Tho. Fitzherberr, Elq; 
Samuel Cornifh, Efq$ 
!ohn Brifbane, Efq; 
John Hnulfon, Efq; 
Crv.rles Wolfelev, Kfq;- 
Charles Ingliv, Efqj 
Sum. C. Goodall, Efq; 
Hon. Keith Stewart. 
Duke of Clarence. 



Sir John Laforey, Bt 

Vice Admiral of Great Britain, Lord Rodney, K. B. Salary, -os. a Day, 

and 1 os. a M M nth, for j6 Servants each. 
Rear-Admiral oL Great Britain, Sir Alex. Hood, 16/. a day, and 10/. a 

M tilth, f r i 2 Servants. 
Vice-Admiral of Scotland and Judge of the Admiralty Court, Lord Wm. 

Gordon, 1000/. 

CAPTAINS of thi ROYAL 
1763. 

I R A. Schomberr, John Fergul »n 
O Knight jof. Norwood 

Sir H. Parker, Bart. 

1764. 
Rowland Cotton 

Benjamin C..L 
H, n. W. -Cornv. allis 
John O'H.ta 
William Allen 
John Ma.biide 
Ca. lr S Hud ton 
jRt. H. L. Mulgrave 
John Brooki [Geo. Van:b nut. 

P. Drum-Ti'.nd |F. G.Geuinn 

M. Paitilbn 

i;66. 
C. Boclmer 
R z 



1757. 

^IR A. Schomberr, 
Kni s ht 
176c. 

Hon Philip T. Perceval 

1762. 
William Hay 
Richad Onllow 
Charhs Ellvs 
Thomas Ha!!um 
Robe-L Kingfmill 
Sir Geo Collier, Kt. 
Hon C. Napier 
Hop. John Olriiius 
ohn Brook* 
Drum-rn nd 
George- Bowyer 
Rich.ird Smith 
George Ourry 



N A V Y. 
John Gdl 
W, Dickfon 
Allen Gaidner 
Ld. Longford 
Si Wm Abdy, Bart. 

176b. 
R F.inftuw 
Wm. Greenwood 
Thos. Bifhop 
Jn. Lewis Cidoin 
Gk orge Ga)ton 
Jf>hn Urry 
Wm. Locker 
George Muiray 

•77°. 
. Robert Linzee 
j Sir. A. S. 1 -lan.rr.ond,Fc. 

A. Irvine 



(128) 



Captains of the Royal Navy. 



Sir J. Wal'ace, Kt. 
Henry Bellew 
Philip Carteret 
Anthony Hunt 
Wilham Maliby 
Edward Meadows 
W. P. Williams 
- Evelyn Sutton 
Thomas Symonds 
Thomas Pafley 
Samuel Maifhall 
John vSymonds 
Sir Thomas Rich, Bt. 
Henry Lloyd 
1771. 
C. Ommaney 
C. Thompfon 
J. dimming 
Chri. Atkins 
James Worth 

1773. 
Sir R. Pearfon. Knt. 
John Ford 
John Colpoys 
Skeff. Lutwidge 

'774- 
J. Robinfon 
Arch. Dickfon 

G. Montagu 
W. Affleck 

1775- 
T. Dumarefque 
Hon. K. G. Elphinaon, 
Jas. Montague 

1776. 

H. Duncan 
James Piggott 
Alex. Scott 

Hon. Wm. Waldegrave, 
Thomas Mackenzie 
James Reid 
Thomas Pringle 
" 777- 

Sir W. C. Burnaby, Bt. 
John Linzee 
Hon. W. C. Finch 
Sir Roger Curtis Knt. 
H. Robinfon 
Henry Harvey 



Robert Manners 
W. Parker 
Sa-n. Warren 
C. H. Calmady 

john Bourma'.ier 
Samuel Gravea 

[ohn Harvey 
W. Duddingfton 
Sir George Young Knt. 
John Henry 
Charles Hope 
R. Rod. Bligh 
1778 
Alex. Giseme 
R. P. Cooper 
George Keppel 
John Collins 
Samuel Reeve 
Hon. T. Wind for 
Robert Biggs 
Francis Parry 
t'iaac Pre' cot t 
A. J. P. Molloy 
John Bazely 
ChriiL Mafon 
S. W. Clayton 
Hugh Bromedge 
Thomas Spry 
Thomas GaborLin 
Farmery Epworth 
Sir John Orde, Bt. 
R. Simonton 
Wiliiam Young 
James Gambier 
Harry Harmood 
Andrew Mitchell 
C. Chamberlaynes 
Peier Rainer 
Thomas Lloyd 
J. Kendall 
H. C. Chriftian 
Wm. Tiufcott 
I-79- 

Hon H.SeymourConway 
William Cumming 
J. Stanhope 
Chi itt. Parker 
Henry Collins 
Philip Patton 



C. Morice Pole 
John Brown 

G. A. Byron 

J. Leigh Douglas 
Wiiliam Swiney 
Char. Edward Nugent 
William Fooks 
C. P. Hamilton 
Edmund Dod 

H. Nelion 
John Butchart 
T. L. Frederick 
Sir G. Home, Bart. 
Thomas Newnham 
Charles Cotton 
Robert Sutton 
David Graves 

W. Lockhart 
William Denne 
M Squire 
Roddam Home 
William Knell 
F. J. Hattwell 
James Brine 

1780. 
J Packenham 
Erafmus Gower 
I ohn Cowling 
John II lloway 
John Blankett 
Henry Ball 
Geo. Wilton 
Sir C. H Knowles 
William Fox 
Hugh Bakie 
Hon. T. Pakenham 
Robert Deans 
Lord Hervey 
C. Collingv/ood 
J. Hawkins 
Thomas Piercy 
A. Kempe 
Smith Child 
Thomas Tonken 
Sir An. Sn. Douglas, Kt. 
R.H. L.d Ch. Fitzgerald 
T. Taylor, jun. 
J, M v Laurin 

J. T. Duck- 



Captains of the Royal 



| T. Duckworth 
Robert Halwell 
J. Knowles 
John W. Payne 
James Bradby 
Robert Calder 
J. R. Dacres 
Hon. G. Berkely 
}. lnglefield 
Hon. J. Rodney 
Thomas Welt 
James Douglas 
C. Hotchkys 
C Forteicue 
Iiaac Valiant 
Pe er Aplin 
Alex Edgar 

A. Sutherland 

1781. 
J- Williams 
Henry Savage 

B. S. Rowley 
J. M'Namara 
Richaid Bickeiton 
Hon. S. Finch 
George Bowen 

R. M nta^u 
John FerguiTon 
J. Howoth 
][?dw. Fd wards 
Sir J.Borl.ileWarren,Bt. 
I T. Smith 
Tho. Graves 
T. M. Ruilel 
W. Cariy :.n 
S)lv. Moriany 
H. IVllope 
H. K. Stanhope 
Benj. Archer 
Thorn.is Bolton 
Roheit M'Douall 
Alex. H>od 
N. Charrington 
Mlliam Bett 
Billy Douglas 
jr. Robin Ton 
John Wickey 
lohn Inglis 



John Fifh 
Richard Graves 
Jah. Brenton 
James Cornwallis 
W lliam Daniei 
John Knight 
E. Thornborough 
Alex.Chriftie 
J. Kempthorne 
William Scott 
Sam. Edwards 
G. Campbell 
Tho. Hicks 
Henry Cromwell 
Rupeit George 
Arthur Philip 
1782. 
G. C. Fairfax 
Thomas Totty 
Loid Cranftoun 
J. Saumarez 
Ch. Hughes 
T. Drury 
Albem. Bertie 
Sir H. Heron, Bt. 
Francis Robe its 
James Sam her 
Thomas Farnham 
Lord Role hi 11 
James Vafhon 
John Bourthier 
Richaid Lucas 
Sir W. H. DougUs, Bt. 
John Breton 

G. W. A Courtenay 
Richard Fifher 
Thomas Wells 
William Cayley 
Thomas Durell 
Henry Ncwcome 

H. M. Foitelcue 
A. Montgomery 
Edward Pel lew 
Thomas Lewes 
John William on 
I laac Cofiin 
James Burney 
John Aylmer 



Navy. (129) 

Samuel Ofborne 

Richard Boger 

St. All an Roy 

James Clarke 

J< hn Reynolds 

Ralph Milbanke 

Ja nes Cotes 

John Samuel Smith 

Jonathan Faulknor, jun. 

Hon C. Carpenter 

J. C. Purvis 

Theop. Jones 

W. Domett 

Wm . Wolfeley 

Robert M'Evoy 

J. Manly 

Chrtft. Halliday 

Geo. Murray 

Henry Mowat 

J. Wainwright 

John Sutton 

W. Griffith 

Richard Callcot 

Robt rt Murray 

Richard Oeyk 

Hon. A. Cochrane 

William Yeo 

John Gibfoa 

Lamb. Brabazon 

Lewis Robertlon 

1783. 

T. Troubridge 
John Mai kham 
Edward Herbert 
Charles Stirling 
H. D'Efterre Darby 
John Hutt 
Lewis Fabian 
Thomas Rawe 
Edward Bowater 
Jacob Waller 
Patrick Sinclair 
W. F. Grcnville 
Sir T. Byard 
John Buchanan 
George Palmer 
Edward Iggulden 
W.O'Bryen Drury 

Wm, 



Captains of the Royal Navy. 



Wm. Effington 

Thomas Louis 

Will. Tahourdin 

John M 4 Doi;gall 

Jame^ Alm>, jun. 

Ejiab Harvey 

John Graves 

Charles Sandys 

Samuel Arden 

John Peyton 

Sir f. Barclay, Bt. 

Joic r h El li Ton 

Edmund Nagle 

John Drew 

John Wells 

Richard Giindali 

Geo. Martin 

Alex, Jnhn Bail 

Htnry Chads 

Gorge Oakes 

Matthew Smith 

Sir Richard John Stra- 

chan, Bt. 
W. S. Smith 
T. Sotheby 
Edward O'Bryen 

ohn Faithful Forte fcue 
Nathan Brunton 
Wm. Hancock Kelly 
Hon. Pat. Napier 
Wm. Chambers 
John Sehank 
Will. Wtvte 

Hon Michael de Courcy 
William Bentinck. 
S. Mackenzie 
A. Cuningham 
Paul Miachin 

1784. 
P. D'Auveigne 

1786. 
Geo. Tripp, 
John Hunter 

1787. 
John Boyle, 
David Laird 
Tho. Goldefbrough 
W.lliam Heath 



Francis Pender 
Jolias Rogers 
David Stow 
W. A. Otway 
Ii'aac Smith 
George Lumfdaine 
John Hills 
Valentine F.dwards 

1788. 
Samuel Hood 
Jofeph Peyton 
Henry Nicholls 

1789. 
Herbert Sawyer 
David Knox 
David GouLj 
Richard Goodwin Keats 
Jas. Kinneer 
John SahnWy 

17 GO. 

Paget Bayly, 
Edw. Buller 
W. M'Gwire 
Hon, R. Stopford 
J. Dickinibn 
Thomas Hawker 
James Norman 
Thomas Parr 
George Lindfay 
Maik Robinlbn 
T. R. Shivers 
Charles Cobb 
Walter Gwennap 
Abraham Guyot 
James Dundas 
J. Robert M lTe 
Francis Pickmore 
Jo. Steph. Hall 
Lauchlan Hunter 
John Dilkes 
Will Lechmere 
V. C. Berkley 
Thomas Foley 
R R. Burgefs 
Francis Cole 
William Smith 
Charles Tyler 
R. C. Reynolds 



[John Tri??e, 
G. B. V- tiKott 
Robeft Watibn 
N. Ingram 
T • ornas Laugharne 
Richard Millis 
A. H. Gaidner 
Thomas Peyton 
Manley Di\on 
George Loiack 
Charles Dixon 
William Mitchell 
George Hart 
Thomas Bertie 
Ch. Hen Lane 
Rowley Bulteel 
William Luke 
If. George Manley 
James Glasford 
John Ofborn 
John Smith 
Robert Parry 
W. H. Ricketts 
John Okes Hardy 
Edmund Crawley 
Charles B;w!es 
Thomas Williams 
Jwhn Maude 
Thomas Hamilton 
T. B. Thompl'on 
George Count eis 
John Laugharne 
Robct Parker 
Jeremiah Bcale 
Richard Purvis 
Henry War re 
Herbert Brow*. 11 
Will. Ha'dgood 
George Gregory 
John Fciricr 
Richard Inciedoa 
Hon. R. Forbes 
Robert Mocribm 
I face Schoirtberg 
Sir C. Hamilton 
Hon. H. Curzon 
W. Bligh 

A L ift 



Lift of the Royal Navy. 



('30 



Lift of King's Ships now in Commijpon. 

74 Alcide, Sir A. S. Douglas | r » Ferret, J. Newell 

74 Alfred, T. Weft 
50 Adamant, face Adm. Sir R. 
Hughes, Ca/>t. G. Hope 



44 Argo, S. Tatbai* 
44 Ailu ranee, J. Short land 
32 Andromeda, J. Saltjbury 
32 Aquilon, Hon. R. Stafford 
28 Alligator, /. Coffin 
16 Ariel, 

14 Alert, G. Burdon 

14 Atalanta, L. IV. Halfiead 

14 Advice, H. IV ray 

74 Bruni'wick, Sir R. Curtis 

H Blanche, R. Murray 

32 Blonde, IV. Affleck 

32 Biune, D. Gjutd 

14 Bulldog, Win. Nuffield 

14 Barracouta, J. Malcolm 

14 Br 

14 Buly, Cuthbert A dam f on 

74 Cai natic, 'J . f or d 

64 down, Com. IV m. Coruiuallts, 

Capt. M. Delgarns 
50 CentJrion, Rear Adm. P. Affleck, 

Ca t l. W. A. Otivay 
28 Circe, Gc*. (Jakes 
1&8 Cyclops, J. Cites 
i 8 Catharine, Sir G .2^oung y K.nt 
14 Childerts, a'. Bartow 
14 Cockatrice, Lt. W. Lock 
4 Ci uiler, Lt. R RudjdJl 
p> Camel, C. Patten 

Duke, Pice Adm, Roddam, Capt 

R. Cider 
Druid, J. Elltfon 
Diana, /. M. Ruffell 
3 Daphne, -L IL Gardner 

Doiiel, Sit A. Sitomberr) Kt. 
I Diake, /. Dohng 
Difcoveiy, Cr. i-'acouver 
Edgar, A. J. P. Molloy 
Luijdlie, Lr. LumjdainC 

Expedition, 'J'.ujtghujbjnd 
iPauy, W. L.if.rey 

Fortune, / . He 'i ell 
j£,lcv,n, .V H. E jl.o.od 
Flnt, J iY. M.rris 



1 



44 Gorgon, 7. Parker 
74 Hannibal, y. Colpoys 
"4 Hector, G Montague 
38 Hebe, F. A. Hood 
28 Hind, Hon. A. F. Cochrane 
28 Hutfar, H. Trolhpe 
24 Hyana, J. Kinneer 
16 Hound, J Laivjord 
32 Fphigenia, P. Sinclair 
32 Juno, 6\ Hood 

8 King'* Filher, C? 7^/ 

14 Kite, Z,/. Lamb. 
50 Leander, / 7 /V<? Peyton, Caht. 

J. i<pft* 
$0 Leopard, J. Blanket 
28 Lapwing, Hon. H. Curzcn 
18 Lizard, J. Hutt 
16 Liberty, 7. C Searle 
SO Medul'a, 7. A 7 Ingle field 
38 Minerva, M. Sutton 
14 Mai tin, G Duff 
10 Mary, #> T. Perceial 

10 Medina, 7- Moore 
14 Muttne, F. H. Well 
32 N get, #tf»r C.//>. Keates 
18 Nemefis, 7 Bull 
io NarciflTua, Afincbiu 
16 Nautilus, C.Craven 
14 Nimble, 7 oWri 
74 Orion, 7- Duckworth 

36 Perfeveranoe, Ijaac Smith 

36 Phoenix, (?. /tf. Byron 

31 Pearl, G. ^. Curtenay 

32 Penelope, 7- Linzee 
28 Pegafut, // r . Domett 
28 Pomona, //. Sat/p^ 

28 Proferpiue, 7 M m *\ 7 , ' n • 
24 Pandoia, E. Edwards 

4 Porcupine, G. Martin 
20 Perfeua, G. Palmer 
16 Providence, W. ff/igfc 
•4 Pygmy, // In man 
1 4 LiLte, 1?. II. Hurtt.r 

8 PrinceU AugulU, t?. Paf 
<iet> tit 

2 Queb.c, U:n. J In Kidney 
4 Reliltaocf, f. Bi ten 

a LU*fe, Walt.r 

16 Rattler 



('32) 



Governors, £sfr. 



1 6 Rattler, R. Hughes 

14 Ranger, J. Coigrave 

I 4 Refoluiion, Lt. B. Prideaux 

10 Royal Charlotte 

98 St. George, Rear Adm. Sir R. 

Bicker ton,Capt ,J. Hicks 
50 Salifbury, Vice Adm. M.Mtlbank, 

Capt. E. Pehw 
32 Solebay, Mat. Squire 
3* Syren, J^ Manly 
24 Squirrel, W. O'Bryen Drury 
20 Sphynx, G. Tripp 
16 Savage, P. Frazer 
16 Scorpion, B. Htlhivell 
\6 Shark, Hon A. K. Legge 
16 Swallow, J. Bijfet 
16 Scourge, G. Brtfac 
14 Scout, R Bovuycr 
14 Swan, J. Elphinfton 
14 Spitfire, T. F. Freemantle 
1 6 Sea Flower, A. Webber 



16 Serpent, IV. Affleck 

16 Speedwell, P. Monke 

14 Sprightley, 7- Pengelly 

14 Sultana, D Dent 

14 Surprife, J. St her 

12 Spider, F. W Lanyon 
8 Supply, Lieut. H. L. Ball 
50 Trulty, Rear Adm. Sir J. La- 

forey, Capt. J. Drew 
32 Thames, T. Troubridge 
^8 Triton, G. Murray, 
1-6 Thorn, J. Wood ley 
44 Ul)fles, £ Fcatherjhne 
74 Vengeance, T. Pajley 
28 Veftal, Sir R. J. Stracban 
14 Viper, 5. Rains 
16 Wafp, T. Lee 
11 Wea7' e> J. K, Shepherd 

8 William and M C.Buckner. 
16 Zebra, W. B>own 



West-India and American Go 

VERNORS. 

Antigua. 
Lt. Gov. Major Robert Mathews, 

Bahama lflands. 
Gov. Earl of Dunmote. 
L. Gov. 

Barbadoes 
Gov. David Parry, Efq; 

Bermudas. 
Gov. Henry Hamilton, Efq; 
Lt. Gov- 

Cape Breton. 
Lt. Gov. Wm M'Carmick, Efq-, 

Dominica. 
Gov. Sir John Ode, Bt. 
L. Gov.). Brute, Efq; 

Grenada. 
Gov. Lt. Gen. M.ithew. 
Lt. Gov. Francis Gore, Efq; 

Jamaica. 
Gov Earl of Effingham 
Lt. Gov. Mai. Gen. A. Williamfon. 

Leeward lflands. 
Capt. Gen. Wm. Woo.Pev, Efq; 
Lt. Gen. Rd. Hnw. Lofack, Efq; 

Montfcrrat. 
Lt. Gov. Charles Sclwyn, Efq; 
Nevis. 

Lt. Gov. Lt.Gcn. ia iohni on. 



I Newfoundland. 
Gov. yi ce Adm. Milbanke 
Lt. Gov. of St. John's, John Elford 

New Brunjwick. 
Gov. Lord Dorchefter. 
Lt. Gov. Hon. Thomas Carletou. 

New South Wales. 
Gov. Arthur Philip, Efq; 
Lt. Gov. Francis Grofe, Efq; 

Nova Scotia. 
Gov. Lord Dorcheltcr, 1000/. 
Lt. Gov. John Parr, Efq; 

Quebec. 
Giv. Lord Dorchefrer, K. B. 
Lt.Gov. G. M. Gen. Alured Clarke 

St. Chrijlopher's. 
Lieut. Gov. John Hay man, 
St. John's m the Gulph of St. Law 
fence. 

Lt. Gov. Edm. Fanning, Efq; 

67. IS intent's. 
Gov. James Scion, Efq; 
Lt. Gov. 

T;:rL"s-\ [fiend. 
'1gent, Hon. A. Mu ray. 

Virgin If and . 
Lt. Gov. John Nueent, Efq; 
Gibraltar. 
v. Lt. ben on R. IS »yd, 730 /. 
Lt. Gov. Mai. G Sir H. Caiotr, Bt 
A 



IT, jT* i\ J-l »J, V-/ t , V j J/ 

^« E X A C T LIST of the PEERS 0/* S C O TLAND, 

The Sixteen Peers marked thus*, are eU&ed to reprefent the Scots Peerage, in 
the Houf e o f Lords in England. J Member s of the \\o\i\z cf Commons* 
4- Roman Ca.holicks. || Minors. 

DUKES, 13. 

Name. 

HIS R. H.Geo. -Auguft. 
(Pr. of Wales, Eng.) 
His R. H. Henry- Frederick, 
(Duke of Tori J 
His R. H. William-Henry, 
(Duke oj Clarence, ) 
His R. H. Wm. Henry, 
(Duke of Glcucefter,) 
Douglas Hamilton, 
(Duke of Brandon, Eng.) 
Henry Scot, 

(Earl of Dmcafler, Eng.) 
Charles Lenox, 
(Duke of Rlebm nd, Eng.) 
Alexander Gord >n, 
( Ear i of Norwich, Eng.) 
William Douglas, 
(Bar. Douglas, Eng.) 
John Campbell, 
(Bar.Sundridge of Coombank) 
John Murray, 
(Earl of Strange, Eng.) 
James Graham, 
Earl of Graham, Eng.) 
John K.er, 

(EarlKer of ' TV a kef eld, En^.) 



Title. 
Rothfay, 


Creation. 
i-]6z 


Title of eldejl Sens. 


Albany, 


1784 




St. Andrews, 


1789 




Edinburgh, 


1764 




Hamilton, 


1643 


M of ClyriTdtle. 


Buccleugh, 


1673 


E. of Dalkeith. 


Lenox, 


i*7$ 


E. of March. 


Gordon, 


1684 


M. of Huntly. 


Queenfberv. 


16*84, 


M. of Drum'anrif*. 


Argyle, 


1 701 


M. of Lorn. 


Athol, 


1703 


M. of TuHibardin. 


Montrofe, 


1707 


M. of Graham. 


Roxburgh, 


17^7 


M. of Beaumont. 



Name. 
Beorge Hay, 
William John Kerr, 
George Joh.nfr.one, 



MAR Q^U I S S E S, 3. 

Title. Creation. 

Tweedale, 1694 

Lothian, 1701 

Annandalc, 1701 



Title of el deft Sens. 
E. of Gilford. 
E. of Ancram. 
L Johnllone. 



Name. 
G. Lindfay Crawfurd, 
I George Hay, 
George Douglas, 
Uavid Steuart, Ei/kinc, 



EARLS, 
Title. 
Crawfurd, 
Errol, 
Morton, 
Buchan, 



43- 
Creation. 

"399 
1469 



litle of Eldejl Son*. 

V. Garnock. 

L. Hay. 

L. Aberdour. 

L. Car droit. 



1791. 



s 



James 



Name. 

James Cunninghame, 

* Arch. Montgomery, 
David Kennedy, 

* Francis Stuart, 
Alexander Home, 
John Lyon Bowes, 
John James Hamilton, 
(Vtjc Hamilton, Eng.) 

[Strabane, Ire!.) 

* Archibald Erikine, 
Thomas Hamilton, 
John Steuart, 'K. T. 

* Sir James Maitland, 
Robert AurioJ, Kay, 

* Patrick Crichton, 

* Thomas Bruce, 

Charles Steuart, 
Sir Francis Wem. Charteris, 
}j George Ram fay, 
James Ogiivie, 

David Leftie, 
Lionel Tollemache, 
Dunbar Douglas, 
George Carnegy. 
^Alexander Lindfay, 
Sir Charles Gordon, 
A. J. R. Li.vingftojtie, 
Archibald Cochran, 
A. K. Falconer, 

* Sir John Campbell, 
Sir George Gordon, 
John Murray, 

Sir Hugh Home, 
Str Thomas Carmichael, 
AVrJohn Dalrympie, 
3fr Neil Primrofe, 

* George Boyle, • 
Wrn. Charles Collier, 
Sit John Stuart, 
Jam' s Hope, 

H m v Scott, 



& A K L, 3. 



Title. 
Glencairn, 
Eglintoun, 
Cam lis, 
Moray, 
Home, 
Srrathmore, 
Abtrcorn, 



Kellie, 
Haddington, 
Gal Iowa) , 
Lauderdale, 
Kinnoul, 

Dumfries, 
Elgin &Km- 

cardin, 
Traquair, 
Wemys, 
Dalhoufie, 
Finlater, & 
Sea field, 
Lev. & Mel v. 
Dyfert, 
Selkii k,. 
Northefk, 
Baicarras, 
A boy ri, 
New burgh, 
Dund^nald., 
Kint .re, 
BfrradaFbane 
Aberdeen, 
Dunmore, 
March mo it, 
Byndfo d, 
Stair, 

P.ofeberry, 

Glafgow, 

Portmore, 

Bute, 

Hopeiruiii, 

Deioraine , 



Creation. Title of eldefl SonM 

1488 j L. Kilmaurs. 

1503 j L. Montgomery. 

1 509 j L. Kennedy. 

isBi j L.Down. 

1604 i L. Dunglafs. 
1606 L. Glamis. 

1606 L. Pailley. 



1619 
1619 
1623 
i52 4 
1633 

*<>33 
1633 
1633 
1637 

1641 
1646" 
1646 

164 7 

165 1 

1 66 I 
1 66 1 

1677 
1 678 
i6bz 
1686 
1697 
1701 
1703 
1703 
1703 
*7°3 
i7°3 
•703 
1 706 



V. Fenton. 
L. Binning. 
L. Gairlies. 
V. Maitland. 
V. Dupplin. 

L. Crichton. 
L. Bruce. 

L. Linton. 
L , Eicho. 
L Rami ay. 
L. Deikford. 

L. Balgony. 

L. Huiitingtour. 

L. Daire.' 

L. Roiehil!. 

L Cnmmerland. 

L. Strathaven. 

L. Kinnaird. 

L. Cochran. 

L. Falconer. 

L. Gienorchy. 

L. Haddo. 
L. Fincaftle. 
L. Pclwarth. 
L. Carmichael. 
V. Dalrympie. 
L Dalmeny. 
L. Boyle. 
Y. Mil fmg ton. 
V. Mouniiluart. 
L. Hope. 
V. Hermitage. 



VIS 



Nav.e. 
Henry Thomas Carey, 

David Murray, 
John Arhufhnot, 
Frances Oflborne, 
(Duke of Leeds, Eng.) 



VISCOUNTS, BARONS, 
s, 4 . 



VISCOUNT 
Ttth. 
Falkland, 
Storrr.ont, 
Arbuthnot, 
Dumbiain, 



Creation, 
16^0 
1 623 
1*41 
1661 



BARONS 24. 



Name. 
Krjamea Forbes, 
Alex. Fral'er, 
William Gray, 

William Schaw Cathcart, 
Charles St. Clair, 
Hu:;h Sempill, 
•John Elphinflone, 
* James Sandilands, 
James Somerville, 
John Leflie, 
iRobt. Waller Stewart, 
Jame s Cranfton, 
John Colvill, 
Wn Francis Napier, 
R >bert Fairfax, 
Si' Hugh Mackay, 
Jrhn Mc. Lellan, 
Si; William Ogilvy, 
Sir Alex Murray, 
John Rollo, 
james Ruthven, 
John Kerr Hallenden, 
Alex. Leflie. 
George Kinnaird, 



1 ■ ■ c. 


Cr ca t ! pf , 


Foibes, 


I 440 


oa 1 ton, 


1 445 




1 44> 


( atKn rf 

V .1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 I y 


144* 


Sinclair, 


t 1 ft r» 
I 4O9 


Sem pi 1 1, 


1 #< 9 


i>ipn:n4ione, 


i $09 


1 orphichen, 


1 $03 


Somervil le, 


1 444 


I ,1 ndor ex, 


1 600 


Riant y re, 


1*06 


Crar lV>n, 


1609 


CoK.H, 


l ( 09 


Napier, 


l*t| 


Pair fox, 


1617 


Reay, 


ir.i8 


Kii kculbright, 


.633 




1641 


Ehbanlc, 


1^43 


Kollo, 


i6;i 


R ulhven. 


l*;t 


Ball em! en. 


1661 


Newark, 


1661 


rvinnaii d, 


160I 



K K M ESSE S. 



Name 
Eli*, fatherland, 
line Rlki Lfftie, 
■] ra Cam; h II, 
Mary Ham Ito", 
Miry Dougtt*, 
lAnna M ;na Forrefler, 



(In their cwn rights 6. J 

Tith 

Sutherland, 
Rothe?, 
I oiidon, 
Orkney, 
Mot ningmn, 
Forrrllcr, 
S 1 



Creafita, 

1 *75 

t6,3 
1695 
148 
1633 



(*3 6 ) Officers of State in Scotland. 

OFFICERS of STATE in Scotland. 



JZEcpcrof the Great Sea!, Hugh, E. 

of Marchmont, 3000I. a Year. 
Lord Privy-Sea!, Rt. Hon. James 

Stewart Mackenzie (for life)3oool. 
Lord Regifter, Rt. Hon. Lord Fred. 

Campbell, zoool. 
Lord Vice Admiral, Lord Win. 

Gordon, ioooh 
' Lvrd Juflice General, David, Vifc. 

Stormont, 2000I. 
Lord Pre/. Sir Hay Campbell, 2200k 
Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 

James Montgomery, Eiq*, 2000I. 
Lcrd Advocate, Robert Dundas, Eiq; 

iocol. * 
Lord Jujlice Clerk, R. Macquee>n, 

Efq; 500I. 
Lord High Conftahle, Earl of Errol. 
liereiable Riyal Standard Bearer, 

Ha<l of Lauderdale. 
Knight Marefchaf Sir Rob. Laurie, 

Vx. 400I. 

Heretable Keeper of the King's Houf- 

hold, Duke of Argyll. 
Heretable Carver, Sir Jn. Anftruther. 
Cup bearer, Sir David Carnegie 



Hereditary UJber of the While Rod, ;Geo Home, 



Chaplains, 
Rev. Dr. Grieve, Dr. Gerard, 

Dr. Carlyfle, Dr. Robertion,. 
Dr.M'Cormick, Dr. Gillefpie. 

Court of Session. 

Lord Preft dent, Hay Campbell, Efq; 
2200I. 

Lords of Seffion, ! iooI. each. 
R. McQueen, Eiq; Ld. Juftice Clerk, 
lames Erfldne, of Alva. 
James Veitch, of Ellioek. 
John Campbell, of Stoneileld. 
Francis Garden, of Garden/Ion. 
SirDav.Dalrymple, Bt. of Hailes. 
James Burnet, of Mountbodo. 
David Rofs, of Ankerville. 
John Swinton, of Swinton. 
D ivid Raie, of Eflcgrove. 
Alexander Murray, of Henderland. 
Hon. Alex. Gordon, of Rockvilie. 
Sir Wm. Nairne, of Dunfinan. 
John -Maclaurin, of Dreghorn. 

Principal Clerks of the Sejfion. 
Sir J. Gojquhowi, Robert Sinclair, 
Cha. Gordon, Alex. Mcnzies, 



S. Mi-tchelibn. 



Principal Clerks to the Bills, Sir Ro- 
bert Anltruther, Robert Waddell. 
Regijler of Safmes, Andrew Stuart, 

Eiq. 200I. 
Clerk to the Regif}r of Hornings y 

James Newbigging. 
Clerks to the Cotnmiffoner of Teinds, 
Mr. Joieph Wiliiamlbn, _/<?». & pin. 
Keeper of the Minute Book, Alexan- 
der Gordon. 



Sir James Coekburn. 
Phyficiansy Dr. Home and Dr. .Black 
Apothecary, George Wood, Ef<f; 
Ibfloriographer Dr. William Robert' 

fon, 2001. 
Keeper of Holy rood- houfe, Duke of 
Brandon. 

Keeper of Falkland, Duke of Athol. 
Keeper cf 'Scocn, Vile. Stormont. 
Keeper of Lochmaben, Marq. of An- 

nandaie. Clerk of the Kings Proceffes, Robert 

Kieper of Dunfraffnage and Carrick, \ Sinc lair. 

Duke f Argyll. 1 Court or Justiciary. 

Keeper of Linl\th^o<w,X). of Hamilton.' Lord Jujlice General, David, Vifc. 
Keeper pf the Wardrobe, Rd. Carter.} Stormont, 2000I. 

Officers of the Chapel-Royal, Lord Jujlice Clerk, R. Macquecn, 
Almoner, Rev. Wm. Greenfield, j Eiq: $00!. 

4 1 1. 10s. I Ccmvuffioners, 300/. each. 

Dean of the Chapel Royal, Dr. ( David R .ie, of Efkgrove. 

Gcojge Hill. Alex. Murray, of Henderland. 

(Sir David D airy m pie, Bt< 

i job. 



winders oj ou 

John Campbell, of Stonefield. 
John Swinton, of Swinton. 
His Majefty's Advocate, R. Dundas, 
ioool. 

Solicitor Gen. Robert Blair, Efq; 400/ 
Principal Clerk, Sir Wm. Milter. 
* Court or Exchequer. 
Lord Chief Baron, Rt. Hon. Jame;- 

Montgomery, 220 j1. 
fiaronS) Hon. Fletcher Morton, l£ool. 
Sir Joleph Dairy mole. 
Colmo Gordon, and 
A. Cockburne, Efqrs. ioool.' 
K's Remembrancer?, Sir Pat. War- 
render-, Bt. James Louh, Elq; 250I 
Solicitor, J! Montgomery, Efq; I40K 
'Lord *Ti eaj. Retnem.br . Col. Living-, 

ftone, and J. Ferrier, 2©ol. 
Wrincipat Auditor, Jame$ Townfend 

Ofwald, Efq; 1 200I. 
X>t'/3. Auditor, Fr. Anderion, 200I. 
t t/rr^ of the fifty Lord Henderland, 
200I. 

Pre/, of Signatures, Robt. Belftho, 
Heret.Ujber, Ld. Bailcnden, .17 tl I0t« 
, ^c-f. Gc'«. c/" Z.a/u/ Rihtiy Hon. K. 
Steuart, Efq; 650I. 
^t-r. Gf/j of Bijbops Rents, John An- 
' lhuther, Efq; 400 1. 

Privy Seal-Office. 
Rt. Hon. James Stuait M'Kenzie, 

(for li e) 3000 1. 
Deputy, Alex. Menzies, Efq; 
Writer to the Vri-vy S.al, Sir David- 

Kin!ot-k, of Gilmer ton, Bt. 
Deputy, Fiancis Andufon. Efq; 

Court or Admiralty. 
Lord I'icc Admiral, Eord William 

Gordon, ioool. 
jfudg. Admiral, G. B Hi pburne, Efq; 
procurator Fifial, Wm. Richardlbn. 
Clerl, Wm. Campbell, Efq? 
Com mi s8A k y-Cou r t. 

Cwmtjjr.ries. 
Andrew Balfour, Geo Fcrgufon, 
Robert Ciaig, R.H.Cay,E qrs. 

Principal CUi k, John Pringie. 
hijcal, James Ballour. 



iic i rt ocociaiiu. v^/i 

Great Seal-Office. 
Lord Keeper, Hugh Earl of March- 

mont, 3000I. 
Deputy, John Wanchope. 
Wind, and House Tax-Office. 
Surveyors General, James Durham* 

and j. Carruthcr, Efqrs. 
Afltftm t to the Sur. Gen. Geo. Inne». 

Officers of the Mint. 
General, John Elliot, 300I. 
■ >'■ ?*r, Robert Smith, 200J. 
Warden. Wm. Dundas, 150I. 
AJaj M after, Alex. Gardner, 100I. 

Tost Office 
Pcft-maftcr General, Robert Oliphant. 

of KofTie, Efq; 
Aceomptant , John Buchan. 
Secretary, W lliam Kerr. 
{Solicitor, James Beveridge. 
Print. Clerk* M. Mow b. ay. 
Infp. Jd ati Letters, Wm. Young. 
Clerk of En . . R:ad, J. Ewan. 
Clerk ':] IV, ft Roa^ S Mathew. 
Clerk tf Worth Read, A. Hume. 

I. yon - Off 1 c e . 
L:rd l-yon, John Hook Campbell t 

Efq; (for Life) 300I. 
Ly:n Deputy and Clerk, Robert Bof- 

well, Efq; 

/ the Lynn Records, Jamet 

Gumming. 

Her U-DS. 
Albany, John L-ouglas. 
Rothjay, George Brodie. 
Rofs, I homas Hufband. 
Marc! m:nt, George Douglas, 
Smvudcwn, Ken. M'Kenzie. 
Iftay, Wm Robert. "on, 25I. each. 

Lord Register'* Office. 
Lord Re gift et , L -rd Fred. Campbell, 

2cool. per ann. 
Dep. Keepers oj ' Records, Alex. Ko« 

bert.on and Wm. Robertfon. 
Chancery. 
Dircclcr, Sir Jame? «Ei lkine, Bt. 
Dep. DireclcX, Alex. Watfon. 

Soc 1 ety 



(138) 



Excife OiEce, &c. 



Society op Antiquaries. 
Patr n, tt.e King. 
Prejident, Earl of Bute. 
Firft Vice Prefident, Earl of Buchan. 

Vice Prtfdents. 
Lord Monboddo, W. Tytier, Efq. 
Alex.W.,ght, El"). A.Ferguf,nEfq. 
Trcajurci , Sir Win. Forbes, Bt. 
Secretary, james Cumming. 
Lntiu Sec. M. A. Mathifon. 
Fn :k Sec. Alex. Drum mond. 
Sup. of Nat. Hijiory, Wm. Smellie 

Roy a l Soc i ety. 
Prefident, Duke of Buccleugh, 
Vice Prefidents, Lord Dunlin an, and 

Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas, 
Treafurer, Alexander Keith, 
Secretary, Profc Jn. Robin fon. 
The Royal College of Phy- 

sick in Edinburgh. 
Pi ef dent, Dr. A.Duncan. 
Vae Pref Dr. Jos. Black. 
Dr. A. Monro, Ce/tfir, 
Dr. G. Grant, Elecl. 
Dr. James Hay, Cenfr. 
Dr. James Hamilton, Elecl. 
Dr. R. Langlands, Cenjor. 
Treaf Dr. N. Spens. 
Sec. James Gregory. 
I. tit ananr, Dr. Cochran, Dr. J.Spen* 
Governors, ^r.or the Bank c.r 

Scotland. 
Governor, Rt. Hon. Henry Dundas. 
Dtp. Gov. Patrick Miller, Efq; 

Ordinary Directors. 
Robert Celt, Alex. Keith, 

I.au. Duff, Jam. Mansfield, 

Rob. Forrefter, Sam. Mitchelfon, 
Tho. Hogg, Ld. Henlerlar.d, 

W. Honyman, Alex. Wallace, 
Alex. Houllcn, James Walker. 

With \r Extraordinary Direclors. 
Treafurer, T. SteuaTt. 
Covi rn«rs, &c. or the Royal 

Bank. 
Gov. Duke of Buccleuch. 
Dep. Gov. Lord Eiiock. 



Ordinary Directors. 
Jn, David ion, G Ibert fnnes, 

Lord Provoft, Lit. Juft. detk, 

Sir W. Miller, David E.fkiue, 
Wm. Ramfay, and 
Jn. Cambell, Thomas Elder. 

MVtth 9 Extraordinary Directors. 
Cajbier, Wm. Simplbn. 

Excise-Offi ce. 
Commif.G. Brown, R. Graham, 
T. Wharton, and 
T. Stoddart, J. Grieve, Efqrr. 
Comptroller, Hon. Ar hur DurV, 6ool. 
Dep. Compir. And. Hamilton, Efq; 
Secretary, John Thompion, and A. 
. Pearton, 440I. 

Auditor, Sir Hugh Palrymple; 510I. 

Dep. Auditor, David Gecides. 

Cajbier, Walter Scott, 550I. 

Dep. Cafbter, Alex. Alliibn. 

Solicitor, John Bonar, 1 Sol . 

Agi. before the Court cfS J.R Dundas. 

Gen.Accomptants, Rcb. Chalmers, and 
J. Ramfay. 

Gen. Exam & Port Sur.]a. Balvaird. 

Permit Exam. Alex. Dick. 

Stamp-Off i ce. 

Difirih. and Coll. Alex. Menzies, Efq; 

Comptroller, Geo. Duncan, Efqj 

Dijfributor for Edinburgh and Leith 9 
Mr. James Bail lie. 

Solicitor, George Buchan, E'q; 

Officers of h:s Majesty s Re- 
venues, Customs, Salt Duty 
and Seizures. 

Commif.]. Edgar, J.H.Cochran, 
D. Reid, and 
R.Hepburn, A. M'Conochie, 

Secretary, Rd. Ellillon Philips, 530I. 

ifl Clerk, Shadrach Moyle, 120!, 

Receiver Gen. Rob. Campbell, Efq; 

ift Clerk, James Ogilvie, 

Compt. Gen. Lord Balgonie, 430I. 

Affijiant, R'chard Gardner, iool. 

Solicitor, Wm. Menzies. 300I. 

Infpeilors Gen. of Out -Ports, Lord 
Coivillc, and Alex. O/borne. 



Infpeclor of Imports and Exports, 

Tho. Cleghorn, Efq; 
Exam ofCujl, D Anderfon, 100I. 
Exam, of Salt, Cathcart Bovd, 150I, 

The Universities 

St. ANDRE W's 

Chancellor, Rt. Hon. H. D, n Us. 

Principal, Jofeph M'Cormack. 

Midi cine, jaw es Flint, M. D. 

Natural Philofoply, Geo. Forell. 

Moral Philo fop} y, John Cook. 

Mathematicks, N. Vilant. 

Greek, Hon. David Hiii. 

Humanity, John Hunter. 

Logic, Wm. Baron. 

Civil Hijlory, Hugh Cleghorn. 

College. 

Principal, James O i 1 1 e ("pie. 
\Divmity, George Hill. 
mcIeJtoftUalHijIoty, 

Orient. Lan<r. Charles Will on. 

o L A S G o w. 

{Chancellor, Duke of Montr< fe. 

/v.tf.r, Walter Campbell. 
.Principal, Arch. David on, D. D. 
Divinity, R. Finlay, D.D. 
[Greek, John Young, L.L.D. 
Civil and Scots Law, John Miller. 
Mora! Pkilcf>phy, Tho. Reid, D. D. 

5c A. Arthur, A.M. 
Mathcmattcks, James Wiliiamfon. # 
\Logic % O. Jardinc. 
Natural Phi If. Jn. Anderfon, F.R S, 
Humanity, Will, am Richaidion, 
Medicine, Alex. Stevenfon, M. D. 
Chemtjhy, Dr T C. Hope, M. D. 
'Anatomy and Botany ', James Ja.Tray. 
Oriental Language, Patrick Cuming. 
PraSlicaf A/lronomy, Fat. Wilfon. 
Hlhry, Hugh Madeod. 

EDINBURGH. 
Patrons, the Lord ProvoJ}, Magi- 

flrates vjf C unci! of Edinburgh. 
P*inci;al, Wm. Robertfon, D.D. 
Jbjvinify % A. Hunter. 
Ch. Hijlory, Thomas Hardy. 
Logic. J. Bruce, 
HibniVy Dr. James Robertfon. 



Supervisor General of the Salt Duty, 

Charles Douglas, 1 30I. 
A0aM Regfter Gen. of Tobaccty 

Robert Cairns, 150I. 
in SCOTLAND. 
Greek, An.l. Dalzel, 
Humanity, G Sf uart, L.L.D. J. Hills. 
Mathematics, Ad. Ferguion, 3c John 

Plavfair. 
Moral Phhf. D. Stuart. 
Natural Phi Ufif ly, ] oh n R b i n r o n . 
##?<>ry, A. F. Tytler, J. P. ingle. 
Sco'ch Law, David Hume. 
Cm // Z,rw, Robert Dick. 
Law if Nature & Nations, Allan 

M s v onochfe. 
Rhetoric, Hugh B!air, D. D. 5c Wm. 

G:eentkld 
Bttanj, DjvW Ruth rford, M. D. 
J/,;/. />/-/ Frincis Hon*. 
Ply. Med. ] Gregory, M. D. 
C'}m!/hy, JofepB Black, M. D. 
Anatomy, Alex. Monro, M. D. 
Midwifery 1 Alex. Hamilton, M. D. 

Natural Hjflt John Walker. 
Ajlronomw Robert Bla r, 1). D. 

ABERDEEN. Kingt College. 
Principal John Chal meis. 
Suh- Principal, Rob. Macleod. 
Divini'y, Alex Gerard. 
r.'-T •/ / £030, William Thorn. 
A le lie m;, VV'm. Chal Tiers. 
Humanity, William Ogilvy. 
Greek, (ii.b Gerard. 
Phiiof-phy, Th. Gordon, Ja. Dunbar. 
Oriental La i^ua^e, Alew Bell. 

Mar il chal College. 
Chancellor, F.'irl of Bate. 
Principal, George Campbell, D. D. 
Divinity, Ditto. 
Mathematicks, R. Hamilton. 
A 7 rf/. Hi dory, 

Nat. Plilfoply, Pat. Copeland. 
AfW €f James Beattie. 

Medicine, Alex. Donaldfon, M. fe). 
I Orient. Lanz\. Alex. Donaldfon. 
* Greek, John Siuai t. 

JV / 5. 



COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE GRAND CANAL COMPANY, 

Meet at their Houfe in Grafton-ftreet every Tuejday at 3 o'clock, and 
it the Grand Canal Harbour, at 9 o'Clock, every JVednejday Morning. 
Directors. 

Chairman, John Macartney, Efq. — Deputy, Col. Charts Euftace. 



Geoipe Mjquay, Efq; 
Jof. Huband, Efq; 
James Li'Wior, Efq; 
Wogan Browne, Efq; 



Edward Whitten, Efq; 
Ran. M 4 Jonncll, Efq; 
Alderman John Rofe 
Patrick Bean, Efq. 



Colleclor at Sallins, Wm. Wallii 

R.bertftown, W. Barrett 

— — Rathangan, Mr. Ryan 
— — Monajlersven, M . Buck 
Athy, Captain Pope. 



Lord Vik. Ha berton 
Richard Griffith, Efq; 
Turner Camac, Efq; 
A. C. Macartney, Efq; 
W. D. LaToucht, Efq; _ 
Secretary, William Greene, Efq; 
Ireafurer, Rt. Hon. D. La Touche 
Superintend of the Line, Cap. W.Evans 
Colleclor, Mr, Daiiing 
Accomptant, M . Newport 

Jnjp. of Pajfage Boats, C«p. Hudfon Paymafter, Mr. Thomas Gafton. 

Three PaiTage Boats fail from, and three arrive in Dublin every day 
throughout the year, viz. — One for Athy, at 5 o'clock every morning. 
—2d for Monallereven at 8. — 3d for Sallins at 1 o'clock, 'till thr 25th of 
March, and after that day till 49th of S ptember, at 3 every evening.— 
ift Boat arrives in Dublin from Sallins, at 11 o'clock in the morning. 
—2d from Monaftereven, at 3 o'clock. — 3d from Athy at 6 o'clock 
in the evening.— Two Luggage Boats alfo ply between Dublin and 
Athy, three times a week. One of thefe leaves Dublin on Mondays, 
Wednefdayt and Fridays for Athy, and one Boat leaves Athy on the fame 
days for OSiblin f s id. per ft age for great Cabin. — 6£ for common Dt, 

~ ROYAL CANAL COMPANY. 
JL HE Subscribers were incorporated by Charter, and further powers 
were given by an Act of the laft Seflion of Parliament, for carrying on a 
Canal from Dublin to the river Shannon, near Tarmonbury ; «ne branch 
to take its rife from Glafmanotrue, and the other nx>m the river Liffey, at 
the Lois; the two branch s to unitt near Profpecl, on Glaffnevin-'oad, and 
to pafs near Lucan, Lcixlip, Carton, Kilcock, Kinegad, Mull nga-, &c. 
with off branches to or near Trim, K Us, Athboy and Caftletown-Delvin. 
One-third of the expence being o"6,oool. defrayed by parliament. The 
Court of Directors meet at No. 1, Dawfon-ftrec t, every Tuefday and 
Friday at 2 o'clock. 

Secretary, Richard Ghdwell, Efq; I, Danjufon-ft. — Treasurer, Sir Wm. 
Gleadowc Newcomen, Bu Caflle-ft. — Engineer, Rd. Evans, Efq;z4,i$W*»-/. 



BH O T E L S. 
Eahan (Thomas) 25 Bride-ftreet. 
Burnet (Thos. ) 65, Roger j en's -quay. 
Colcloue;h (Thomas) 7, Queen-Jlrcet \ 
Dunn (John) 3, Jervis-ftreet. 
Fannin (Thomas) 8, Cope fireet. 
Hammond (Edmon l) 2, BAton-ftreet. 
yiriiey (M'chael) izi, Abbey-Jlreet. 
Harris (Ann) 103, Capel-ftrcet. 
Hut (Simon) 7, %ueen-ftree . 
Hu.ly (John) ii, Daw onftreet. 
Ktarns and Mo n, 38, Kildarc-ftr. 
Martin (Patrick) 13, Ltfey-ftr*et 



O'Neit (John) 28, Frederick-^ get. 
Palm-r (Edmund) 4,, Capel-ftrcet. 
Qu n (Margaret) 16", EJfex-Jl/eet. 
Rogers (Michael) Roger] on* s- quay. 
Sheridan (James) 4, Fo*unes''s-j}rcet. 
VValfli (Edward) j, Dominick-Jlreet. 
CLUB HOUSES. 
None admitted but the refptclivt 
Members of each. 
Daly's Club, College-green. 
College-Green Club. 
Kihlaie-ftreet Club. 
Whig Club, Dame-jbeet. 



W 1 



S O N's 



Dublin Directory, 



For the Y E A R i 



CONTAINING 



792. 



An Alphabetical LIST of the Names, Occupations, and 
Places of Abode (numbered) of the Me rch ants and 
Traders of the City of Dublin ; diftinguiiliing 
fuch as are free of the six and ten per Cent. 
To which arc added, 



The Governor and Directors of the 

Bank of Ireland. 
Truftees of the Royal Exchange. 
Council o' the Chamb. of Commerce. 
Illuftrious Order of St. Patrick. 
Baronets of Ireland and Nova Scotia. 
Judges, Bamfters, and Attornus, 
Solicitors, Advocates, and Proctors. 
Public Notaries. 
Pfayfieians and Surgeons. 
Apothecaries Hall of Dublin 
Ouzd Galley 



Infurance Companies againft Fire, 
Dean and Chapter of Chi ift-Churcb. 
Dean and Chaptrr of St. Patrick's. 
Minillers, Curates, and Church- 
Wardens or the f' veral Parilhes. 
Aldermm and Sheriffs. 
Sheriffs-Peers and Common Council. 
Matters, Warden?, and Clerks of tbt 

Twenty-five Guile's. 
PoKce foi County and City of Dublia. 
O'tnd Canal Company. 
Royal Canal Company. 
HiftoricalAnnalsol theCity of Dublin, 



Lottery Commiflloners. 

To thefe ar« prefixed, 
An Alphabetical List o ; all tlie Streets, Lanes, Alleys, &c ( 
in the City and Suburbs of DUBLIN ; with their fituation 
in rcfpecl to tach other; and references for finding 
them in the annexed NEW PLAN, by 
Samuel Byron, City Surveyor. 



(ill 



ROlit £X£JLiXG-E 



DUBLIN: 

PRINTED BY WILLIAM WILSON, [No. 6.] DAME-SI KELT. 
[ /W, 0*4 ShilUrw ml Sr'*-/»«rw Britijt.] 



CONTENTS. 



L 



1ST of Streets, Lanes, Alleys, 3 

Ho) t it ah and Infirmaries - 9 

Public Offices and Buildings - • • 10 
P acquets between Dublin, Holyhead, Parkgate and Liverpool 1 1 

Regular Shijs in the London, Brifiol, Liverpool, & Chefter Trade ib. 

Cbefitr Brokers - - . - ib« 

Governors and Direclors of the Bank of Ireland - i» 

Merchants and Traders - - • \ • 

Truftees of the Royal Exchange - - jo6 

Council of the Chamber of Commerce • - ib. 
Kntghts and Officers of the llluftrious Order of St. Patrick - 107 

Baronets oj Ireland - - - ib. 

• oj Nova Scotia, refident in Ireland - - 109 

Judges and Barrifiers - - • no 

At tonnes - - - . fl g 

Advocates and Proclors - • iji 

King and Queen's College of Phyficians - • 1 3* 

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland - - 133 

Apothecaries Half - - £ 134 

Public Notaries - - • ib. 

Ouzel Galley - . . . x 3 ^ 

Lottery CommiJ/ioners - - - - ib. 

Dean and Chapter of Chrift-Cburch and St. Patricks - 1 36 

Minifters, Curates, and Church-Wardens - » 137 

Aldermen - - - . -139 

Sheriffs, Sheriffs- Peers, and Common Council • 140 

Mafters and Wardens of the Tvjenty-five Guilds - 14 1 

Injur ance Companies againfi Fire - - 144 

Police for County and City of Dublin • - ib. 

Hifiorical Annals of the City of Dublin • * 145 

Additional Names - • - ijj 

Alterations - . - • # 1^4 
Grand Canal Company J 

Royal Canal Company £ - Oppofte thi Title* 
Hotels, Cfijfee-houfes and Club-houfes 3 

TO THE PUBLIC. 

THESE Lifts being fubjecl to daily Variation, by Deaths, Re- 
movals, Partner/hips, the Editor, to render every future edition 
as correSl and complete as poffible, vjill thankfully receive, and 
diligently attend to, any Additions or Alterations that maf become ne- 
ceffury ; and entreats they may be tranfmitted, in vortting, (previous 
to the ift of Oclober next,) to No* 6, Dame-flreet, tuber e a book #/ 
opened for the purpofe of entering authentic information gratis. 



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An ALPHABETICAL LIST of all the Streets, Squares, 
Lanes, Alleys, Quays, Courts, Bridges, Yards, 
Iff c, in the City and Suburbs of Dublin ; <with their Situ- 
ations in refpecl to each other ; ani References fgr finding them 
in the an nexed New Plan. 
Example. To fin J Rutland-Square. In the Lifl oj Streets, Rutland- 
Square, is fituated near gt. Britain-ftreet, and the letters of reference 
are G b c. Then turning to th? Plan, and pa/Ting the eye downwards 
und^r the great letter G, and fideways oppofite the fmall letters be, 
the fituation wanted will be readily found. 



Apbey-ttreet, Capel-flreet, GHd. 
Adzm-£>c-YLvt's-hnz,Mercb.-qu. Fe. 
Aghrim-ftrcct, Manor-Jlreet, BCc. 
A lie nVcourt, Mullinahack, Ef. 
Andei fonVcourt, Greek-jtreet, EFf. 
Andre wVlane, Exchcquer-ftreet, He. 
Andrew-ftreet, PVilliam-fireet , He. 

Ff. 



Angel-alky, ? Rth _ treeL 
Ang 1-court, y 



Anglefea-ftreet, College-green, H 
Anne-ftreet, N. Linen-ball, Fd. 
Annc-dreet, S, Daivfon-ftreet, Hf. 
Arbour-hill, Barracks, Cd. 
Ardee-ftreet, Pimlicc, Et<h 
Arran-quny, gh/een-Jh eet, Ee 
Arran-lhcet, E. Ormond-quay, Fe. 
Arran-ftieet, W. Arran-quay, Ee, 
Arundel-court, Nicholas-gate, Fe, 
Afh-ttreet, lower Coombe, Ffg 
Aft mV-quay, Hawkins" s-flr eet , Hd. 
Atk'pfon's-ulley, upper Coombe, Egg. 
AudeoiiVarch, Cook-Jlreet, Eff, 
Aungier-itreet, Stephen-ltreet, Ggf. 
Bachelors-walk, lo. Ormndqu. Hd, 
Back-lane, Corn-market, Fi. 
Baggot-flrcet, Merion-jtreet , Kg. 
Bagnio-flip, Templc-bar, Ga. 
BillVlane, N. Anne-ftreet, Fd. 
Ball-yard, old Church -fir eet , EFc. 
Barrack-bridge, IVatltng-fireet , CDe. 
Barrack-ftreet, ^neen-ftreet, Ce. 
Bedford-row, Fleet-flreet, He. 
Bedford-ltreet, Bow-fireet, Ec. 
Bellvirw, Crane-lane, Df. 
Bennington-lane, Moore-fireet, GHb. 
Beresford-place, Abbey -jlr ee t , IKcd. 
I Beresford-ftreet, *. King-ftreet, Fd. 
[179*] 



Bethefda-lane, Dor fet fir eet , Fgb. 
BinnsS-court, Francis-flreet, Ef. 
Birchin-lane, Moore-fireet, GHb. 
Bifhop-ftreet, Kevin-fireet, Gg. 
Black-pit*, Ward"s-hill, Fh. 
Blackall-market, Blackall-row, Fe. 
Blackall-ltreet, ^iieenfireet, Dd. 
Blackall-row,. Ntcholas-fireet , Fe. 
Bolton's-court, Skinner-row, Fe. 
Bolton-ftrect, Capel-flreet, Fe. 
BondVIane, New-ftreet, Fh. 
Bonham-llreer, Watlmy-ftreet, CDe. 
Boot-lane, Marys-abbey, Fd. 
BorrVcourt, Michael" s-lane, Ff. 
Bow-bridge, Bozv-lane, Bf. 
Bow-lane, N. *r<» Church-fir eet, Ed. 
Bow-lane, S. Aungier-jtreet, Gf. 
Bow-lane, W. James' s-fir eet, Bf. 
Bnv-flreet, fl Bow-lane, Ed. 
Boyne-ftreet, 5. Cumberland-/}. KLe. 
BrabazonVrow, New-market , Eg. 
Brabazon-ltreet, «/>£*r Coombe, Efe. 
Braithwait-ilrcet, Pimlico, Dg. 
Brickfield-lane, ?£f. Brttoin- GHc. 
Brickrield-ltrcet,^ //retf, 
BrideValley, Bride s-fireet, Ff. 
Bride-ftreet, IVerburgk-jtreet, Ff. 
Bridewell-lane, <u>. Arran-ftreet ,DEe. 
Bridge-ftreet, cA/ Bridge, Ee. 
Bridgefoot-ftrcet, Queen's-bridge, De. 
Britain-lane, g/. Britain- ftr eet, Gb. 
Britain-ftreet, gt. ? Capel- GHbc. 
Britain-flreet, lit.Jy?^/. Fd. 
Broad-ftone, Con flit ution-hill, Ebc. 
Brock-lane, £/. Britain-fir eet , Fe. 
BrownValley, Thomas-jtreet, Ee. 
Brown-itreet, N, *?. King-fireet. Ee. 
B 



Streets^ Squares, Lanes, &c. 



Brown-flreet, S. Weaver' s-jq. Dh. 
Brufh-row, e. Arran-fireet , Fd. 
Brunfwick-fh . Conflitution-hill, Ecd. 
Bryan-alley, Arran-fli eet , Fd. 
Btukingham-lU. Summer-hill, 1Kb. 
BuckrigeVcourt, gr. Sbip-fireet. Gf. 
Bull-alley, 7b /rw , F f . 

Bull-lane, Fill-lave, Fd. 
BurgesVlane, Hay-mar ket, Ea. 
ByrneVhill, A^dee-fireet, Dg. 
ByrneVJane, Jervis-ftreet,- Gc. 
Cabragh-ian- - Frufiia-ftreet, Bab. 
Calender-yard, Cock-flreet, Fe. 
Camden-!! reet, Kevin s-port . ©g. 
Canon-ltreet, Bride fireet , FGg. 
Capel-ftreet, Ejfex -bridge,. FGd. 
Carrion-row, Charles-ftreei , Fe. 
Carman-hall, Francis-Street, Eg. 
Carter Vlane, Smiibfield, Ed. 
Cafl Ie-market,j gt.George's-ftr.GHl. 
Caflle-ftreet, Cork-hill,' FGhf. 
Catfle-yard, Falace-fireet, Gf. 
Cathedral-lane, Kevin-Hreet, Fgh. 
Catherine-ftreet, Swift s- alley, Ee. 
Cavanagh-courr, Brown-flreet, Ec 
Cavendifh-row,i?tf//fl»</- : /<7Karf,GHb. 
Cecilia-ftrect, Croiv-firee , Gd. 
Chambre-'treet, Ar dee-fir eet, Egh. 
Chancery-lane, Bride-fireer , FGf. 
Chapel-alley, Cburch-fireet , Ecd 
Chapd-Une, Flunket-Jireer, Fe 
Chapel-yard, Cook-flreet, Fe. 
Chapter-court, Cbrifi-cburcb-ld. Fe. 
Charlemont-ftreet, Charlotte-ft. Hh 
Charles-fbeet, Ormond-brtdge , Fe, 
Charlotte-flreet, Camden- fireet , Hh. 
Chatham-ftreet, Grafton-jtreet , Hf 
CheaterVallev, Redmond-htll, Gf. 
Cherry-lane, Bolton-flreet , Fo. 
Cherry-tree-lan-r, Jame<'s-flr. CDf. 
Ch : ckrn-lan.-, Mandr-ftreet; Dd. 
Chrift-church*lane, High-Jtreet, Ff. 
Chrilt -church-yard, FtfbambU-ft. Fe. 
Church-lane, E To7vn[end-flreet,Ke. 
Church-lane, N. Co I lege -green, Hd. 
Church-lane, S. Kevin-flteet, Gg, 
Church-Ian-, W. Thomas-court, OR. 
Chutch-flreet, new, Smith-field, Ed. 
Cburch-ftrffCi, old, Bridge, YM . 
City-qua.y, George* s-quay, Kd. 



Clare-ftreet, Leinfter-ftreet, IKfY 
Clarendon-market, Clarendon fl. Hf. 
Clarendon-ftree t, Exchequer fir. Hf. 
Clarence', -dr. gt. Rogerfon's-q. Lde. 
ClarkeVcou- 1, gr. Ship-fireet, Ge. 
ClernrntValley, Abbey-fireet , GHc. 
Cock-hill, Wineiavern-Jlreet , Fe. 
CoghilPs-court, Dame-Jlreet, Gd. 
Cogh lan Valley, Bridge- fir eet, Ede. 
College-green, Dame-fit eet, He. 
College-ttreet, Townj end-fir eet, 
Cole-alley, E. Caflle-fireet, * Ge. 
Cole-alley, W. Meath-ltreet, DEg. 
Colebank Valley, Cccmbe, EFf. 
Coleraine-flreet, Lifib urn-fir eet , Fed. 
ColeVlane, Henry-ftreet, Gcd. 
ColeVyard, Hanbury-lane, DEe„ 
Conftitution-hill, w/>. Church-ft. EFc. 
CookVlane, Wat ling-fir eet, Dde. 
Cook-ftreet, Bridge-fir eet, EFe. 
Coombe, lower, Francis-J'treet, EFg. 
Coombe, upper, Fimlico, Eg. 
Cope-ftreet, Angle] ea-fi reet, He. 
Cop'ngerVlane, Willi am- fir eet, Hf. 
Copper-alley, Fijh amble fir eet , FGe. 
Cork-bridge, Cork-ftreet, Dg. 
Cork-hill, Dame-fireet, Ge. 
Cork-ftreet, Cork-bridge, Dgh. 
Corn-market, High-Jtreet, EFf. 
Cow-parlour, Brovun-fireet, EEg. 
Cradock Valley, Thomas -fir eet, DEc. 
Crampton-court, Dame-fireet, Ge. 
Crampton-quay, Aflon' s-quay. Hed. 
Crane- lane, Dame-fireet, Gd. 
Crane-lane, Thomas-fir eet, Df. 
CrcaghVcouit, Cork-ftreet, KFe. 
Croft) ieVcourt' Michael' s-lanc, Fe. 
Crofs-lane Bolton-flreet, Fc. 
Croft ick-alley, Meath-ftreet , Eg. 

Cmw-flreet, 7 ~ a . He. 
^ 11 ? Dame- ft reet 9 Ua 

Crown-alley, 3 " e * 
CrillvVyard, Earl-ftreet, Df. 
Cuckoo-lane, rr Anne-flreet, Fd. 
Cu'Vr-drret, Camden-flreet , GHg. 
CuIlenVyard, Meath-ftreet , Eft 
Cumbei land-fir. S. Hamiltcn's-r.Ke. 
Cumberland-rtr.N. Summer-hill, Hbc. 
CumminVcourt, Bride-fir. FGef. 
Cutpu r fe-row, Thomas-fir eet , Ef. 
Cut-throat-Iane,E. Cumber land- ft. Kd. 



Streets j Squares, Lanes, &c. 



Cut-lhroat-1. W. Mount-brsivn, Bg. 
Dame-court, Dame-lane, Ge. 
Dame-lane, Palacerflreet, Ge. 
Dame-ftreet, College-green, GHe. 
Darby-fquare, W erburgb-ftreet , Fe. 
Dawfon-lUeet, Stephen' s-gre en, If. 
DawfonVyard, Barrack-fireet , Ccd. 
Deanry -comx t, Fift amble-JJreet , Fde. 
Delany's-coutt, Pimlico, Ef. 
Dcnrnark-ft. N '. Gardiner" 's-r. GHab. 
Denmark -dr. S. gt. Britain-fir. Gci 
Dcnzile-ftreet, Hamilton* s-r e<w, Lf. 
DermotY-lane, Toivnfend-Jireet , IKd. 
Digges-court, Aungier-fti tet, Gd. 
Digges-lane, Stephen-Jlreet , Gc . 
Diggcs-ftreet, French-ftreet , Ge;. 
Dog & duck-yard, UJber's-quay, Ee. 
DolphinVbat n-hne,Cork-ltreet, Cdp. 
Pominick-ltrect, Briiain-fl. Oc, 
Dopping coui t, Golden-lane, Of. 
Doi fet-ftreet, Bolton-ftreet, FGb 
'DowkerVlane, Nc<u>-flreet , Fg. 
Di aprr's-court, Nichclas-ftreet , Fe. 
DfOgheda-ftreet, Abbey-ftreet, 
Drury-lane, Stcphen-ftreet , 
DubberVall y, upper Combe, 
Duc k-l-ne, Svuthfield, 
Duke-lane, Duke-ftreet, 
D u k . e 1 s - ' o W , Summer- hi 11, 
Dukn-'.trcct, Graft cn-jheet, 
D u nk i n ' s- a 1 1 c y , Meath-ftreet \ 
Dunn's- lane, Brown- ft r tet, 
E.Hrl-ftrect, N. Henry-ltreet, 
EjrUlreet, S. Mta'.h-ftreet, 
JEc< l--<1reet, Dorfct-flreet, 
EchlinVUnc, James" 1 s-ftrect, 
Edg^'s-court, Kei'in-ftreet , 
E^n's-lane, Hanbury-lane, 
Elbow-lwe, great, ^ ^ 



"' * 

Elbow-lane, little, 5 
E lc pbant-lane , Sackville-ftreet, 
Ells's-quay, ^ueen-ftreet, 
Ely-place, Hume-ftreet , 
Engine-alley, Meath-ftreet, 
Elfex-bndgr, Cafel-ftreet , 
.Eifcx-coutt. Exchange-ft. FGd. 
EfTex-g-te, Parliament-jlreet, Ge. 
ElTex-quay, EJfex-bridge, EGe. 
.EiTex-tlreet, txchange-ftreet, Ge. 
Eullace-ftreet, Dame-ftreet^ G 



Hd. 
GHf. 
EV; 
Ed. 
Hi. 
IKj. 

mf. 

• Eef. 

Dg. 
He. 
1 Ef 
Ga. 
Cf. 
PGf. 
DEe. 

Eg- 
Eg. 
He. 
De. 

Ig 
Ff. 
Ge. 



Exchange-court, Cork-bill, Gd. 
Exchange-ttreet, up. Cork-bill, Ge. 
Exchange-ftr.low. -quay. Fae, 

Exchequer- ftreet, Graft on-ft. GHef. 
Fade-trreet,j.£/.£mg<?V/?rar, GHf. 
FaucetVcouit, Bride-flreet , Gef. 
FiOiamble-ftreet, Cajlle-ftreet , Fef. 
Fiflici's-allcy, Black-fits, Fg. 
Fifher's-alley, W inet oner n- ftreet, Fg. 
FifherVlane, ? p ... ; Fd. 
Fifh-market, I™' 1 ™* Fcd . 
Fitzwilliam-ltreet, Meri:n-fq. . KLg. 
Flag-alley, N, Charles-ltreei , Ed. 
Flag-alley, S. Mea'h-lheet , Ee. 
Flcccc-allt-y, Fijbamble-flreet, Fgd. 
Fleet-alley, T »A- • Hd. 
Fleet-lane, j Fleet-ftreet, ^ 

Fleet-market, Haivkins^s-ftreet , led. 
Fleet-ftrect, Temple-bar, He. 
Flcming-gatc-la.7^^r-/?rff/, DEe. 
FlinVcourt, Fifiamble-Jirect, Fpd. 
FlinVlane, Brunjnvick- ftreet, Eb. 
Flood-ftrert, Silver-ftreet, CDe. 
Fofler-placc, College-green, GHde. 
FordhamVallry > Ne'<w-market , Eg. 
FowricsV-lirett. Drrme-ft; ett , GHe. 
Francis-ftreet, /s^rr Coombe, EFl>. 
Fudei :ck-ftrect, M:hHv.nh-fi. I . 
FrteOone-all-y, Ktvin-ftreet, F). 
FrenchmanVlane, Mabb:t-ftreet, I . 
French-ftreet, Tork-Jbuet, GHg. 
FtimbailieVNfte, Ne<zu~[treet, Fb. 
Galway's-walk, W<ttl'tng-ftrcet\ C>. 
Garden-lane, E. Manor-Jit eet, Cr. 
Garden-lane, N. Dor et-J}} eet, Ga. 
Gardrn-lane, S. Francii-flr eet, Ef. 
Gardiner Vplace, Mount jsy-iq. Hab. 
GarduierVrow, Falace-roiv, GH!>. 
Gardiner-It r. Beres ford-place, HJbc. 
Garter-court, Cajl'le-Jlreet , Gc. 
GatcVcourt, Hanbury-lane. Ee. 
George's-tourt, Ge:rge^s-Jlreet, Ic. 
GeorgeVhill, Mary^s-lane, Fd. 
GeorgcVlane, Channel-ro'w, Dd. 
GeorgeV-quay, George' s-Jlreet, Id. 
GeorgeVttreet, Gecrge^s quay, Id. 
GeorgeVlt. ^t. N . gt. Br it ain- ft. Hb. 
George's-ft. gt. S. Dame-ftreet, G^f. 
Gibralter, Elbo<w-lane, Ef, 
Gilben*s-allcy, Earl-ftreet 7 Df. 



6 Streets, Squares, Lanes, &c. 



GillVfquare, *u>. Cole-alley, E\ 
Glodcr-ftreet, Mofs-ftreet, Kd. 
Glouccfter-place, Glcucefier-ftreet^ lb. 
Gloucefter-ftieet, Mar lb. r. ft. Hlb. 
Glover's-alky,? . a Hg 

Goat-alley, " \ Mercer-ftr. p f 

Golden-lane, Stephen-ftreet , FGf. 
Gordon's-lane, Charlemont-ftr e et , Gh. 
Grafton-ftrect, College-green, Hef. 
Graham's-row, Paradi\e row, FGa. 
Granby-court, Bar rack- -ftreet, Cd. 
Granby-place, Granby-row, Gbc. 
Granby-row, Rut land- iqu are, Gbc. 
G r a n g e - g o r m a n - J a . Cha nnel- r ow , D c d . 
Greek -ft reel, Mary's-lane, Fde 
Green-ftrett, lit. Brit ain-jir eet , Fc 
Greg's-lane, Marlborough-ftreet , He 
Grenv ; lle-ftreet, Mountjoy-fq. Hab 
Halrton-ftrcet, Ma' y's-lane, Fc. 
Hamilton's- row, Park-ftt eet, Kf. 
Hammond-lane, oldCburch Jit eet, Ee. 
Hanbury-lane, Meath-ftreet, DEf. 
Hanover- lane, Francis -ftreet , EFf. 
Ha no v e r - ft r e e t , E . To wnfe nd-ft K. Ld e . 
Hanover-rtree^W./owdr Coombe, Eg. 
Harcourt-place, Park-ftreet, Kef. 
Harcourt-ltreet, Cuffe -ftreet, Hgh. 
Harry-ftreet, Grafton-ftreet, He. 
HarveyVlane, 7 ^ . ^ IKd. 

H,wk.nsVttr.| 7iw "> , " / ^ Id. 
Hav -market, Smithfteld, DEd. 
Hell, Chrift-cburch-lane, Fe. 
Hendrick-ilrect, ^neen-Jireet , Dde. 
Henrietta-ltrect, Bolton-ftreet, Fc. 
Hcnry-ftreet, Mary-ftreet, GHd. 
High-llreet, Skinner-row, Ff. 
Hocy's-cour t, Werburgh-flreet, Ce. 
Holle^-ftreet, /Wcv ■ /<?/z - / quare, L F. 
Humc-lli eet, Stephen s- green, Ig. 
HuntValley, Braba'zon 's-ftreet , Eg. 
Hunt's-yard, Capel-ftreet , Gd. 
"ackfonValley, Ptmlic:, Dg. 
ames's-gate, Jameses ftreet, CDf. 
amcs's-ltreet, Thomas-ftreet, Cf. 
crvis-lane, Mary-fit eet , Ge. 
ervis-ftreet, £/. Britain-ftreet , Gd. 
ohnVlane, Ftjhamble-ftreet , Fef. 
ohn's-ftreet, W. Thomas -ftreet, Ef. 
ohn-ftreet, N. Tighe-flree' , De. 
ohn-ftrett, S. Pimlico, DEg. 



[ohnfonVUne, Mary's -abbey, Fd.' 
JohnfonVcou' t, E Clarendon-ft. Hf. 
JohnlonV.com t, W. Fijhamble-ft. Fd. 
John!! on v s-al lev, Arran-ftreet, Fd. 
Ii vine-ttreet, Bcw-bridge, Df. 
Mand-ttieet, Brtdgefoot-ftreet, De. 
Kanc's-allcy, Coombe, Ef. 
Kane's-court, Bridge-ftreet, Ed. 
Katheran's-lane, «/>. Chutch-ft. EFc. 
Kay's-court, H<gh-jtreet , Fe. 
Keizei Vlanc, Cook-ftreet, Ef. 
Kennedy's- lane, Nicboias-ftreet, Ff. 
Ktvin-ftreet, /WJfc, ' F-Gp. 
KevinVport, Redmond-hill, Ggh, 
Kildaie-place, Kildare-flreet, If. 
Kildare- ftreet, Stephen s-green, I . 
Kilmainham, Mtunt-brown, Ag. 
KingVhead-court, Capel-ftreet, Fc. 
King's-inns-qu. Ormond-bridge, EFe. 
King-ftrect, N. Bolton-ftreet, EFd. 
King-ftreet, S. Stephen' s-green, Hf. 
Lacy's-lane, Merion-Jtreet, Ig. 
Lamb-alley, Cutpurfe-row, Ee. 
Lamb-alley, Meath-ftreet , Eef. 
Latin's-court, Greek-Jtreet, Fd. 
LeeVlane, Fleet-/ treet , Hde. 
Leefon-ftrcefc, Stephen' s-green, Ih. 
Leefon's-yard, Wormwood-gate, Ee. 
Leinfter-ftreet, Naffau -ftreet, IKf. 
Lewis'?-yard, j. g/. George' s-ftr. Ge» 
Liberty-lme, Camden-ftreet , Ggh. 
Liffey-itreet, «/>/>*r Abbey-fir. Gd. 
LifFey-ftreet, lower Ormond-qu. Cd. 
Lilly's-lane, Hanover-lane. EFf. 
Limc-kiln-yard, Tbomas-ftreet, DEe. 
Limerick-allcy, Franc is -ftreet, Fg. 
Lincoln's-lane, Arran-quay, Ee. 
Lincn-hall-ftreet, » Kmg-ftreet , Fc. 
Lifburn-ftreet, Linen -hall -ftr e et , Fc. 
Litton's-court, lower Coombe, EFf. 
Litton's-lane, Bachelor' s-<walk, He. 
LoltusVlane, Capel-ftreet, FGe. 
Long-lane, Neiv-ltrcrt , Gh. 
Longford-lane, Long f 01 d -ftreet , Gfg. 
Longford-ftr. gr. 7 . ^ Gr. 

r.o.gford-ftr. li t .H B "^ r ->-GHf. 
Lots, Abbey-ftreet, Hd. 
Love -lane, Brown-ftreet , Dh. 
Luke-ftreet, Townfendfireet, Id. 
Lurgan- ftreet, Linen- hall, Fe. 



Streets , Squares, Lanes, &e. 



Mabbot-ftreet, Strand, Ic. 
MahonValley, Cbio cb-fireet, Ec. 
Maiden-lane, E. PVood-treet y Gg. 
Maiden-lane, W. Thomas-jtr, DEe. 
Malpas-ftreet, Ne<w-flrcet, Fh. 
Manor-ttreet, n, King-ftreet. D d. 
Many. penny-yard, Boot lane , Fed. 
MarkValley, Francis-fir eet. Efg. 
Mark-ihtret, louunjend-flr. Kd. 
Marlborough-green, Mar lb. -fir. He. 
Marlborough-itreet, Abbey -fir. He. 
Marrowbone- la. Thomas-co. GBgh. 
Ma. ftia IPs-alley, Netv-treet, Fg, 
MartinVcoutt, Pimlico. EF. 
MaryVabbey, } FGd* 
Mary-ftreet, lit. >Cttf*l>.f1reet y <*<\ m 
Mary-llreet, gt. 3 Gc. 
Mafh-lane, Thomas-ftreet , Df. 
MafonVeourt, Pill-lane, Fd. 
MalV-Iane, E. Cook-ftreet, Ele. 
Mals-lane, N. King* s-inns -quay , Ft', 
Mafs-lanc, S. Tbrmas-ftreet. Ec. 
Mais-lane, W. Diriy-lane, Df. 
May-lane, Boiu-lane, Ed. 
Mayor-ftreet, Not th-flrand, KLc. 
M^ambly'-yaul, Pill-la>e, Fed. 
M'Cra^ ken'j-ya. vl, n. Neiv-rouu, Ee. 
M'CulloghVall-v, Ht^b-firect, Ff. 
Meath-ltreet, T bunas- jlreet , Ef. 
Meath-mai krt, Hanbury-lane ) Ded. 
Meath-row, Tb:mas-fireet, W. 
Mrcklrnburgh-ftr. Mar lb -fir HIbc. 
Mccting-ht>ufe-la. Maty^s- abbey , Fd. 
Mccting-houfe-yard, Ujler^s-q. Ee. 
Mcllilont-lane, Drogbeda-fireet , Hd 
Mercei 's-ll rcet, Tor k-ftreet , CH g. 
Mer, haniVqu . y, Bridge fit eet , EFe. 
Mcrion-row, Baggot-fir r/, [g, 
M-.-rion-lqusre, Me: ton-fit eet, KU. 
Mcrion-'ticct, low Me'hu-'q. Kf. 
Mcrion-itretrt, up. Ste/ ben's-gr Krf. 
MetcalfVcourt, Fifi) amble- fir. FGd. 
MichaeiVlane, High-fireet, Fef. 
Mid.ilrtnnVcoui t, Bull-alley, Ff. 
M HerValtey, E. Temple-ba-. Hd. 
Millcr's-allcy, W. Tbomas-ccurt, Df. 
Mill-hne, Mill fir eet y Eh. 
Mil!-i'rert, A dee-fireet, Eb. 
M norValley, B> idge-fireet, GT. 
Mitre-alley, K* cin- tt eet ^ Ff. 



Moggy Valley, Temple-bar^ GHd. 

Molefworth-vou t, Fifi amble fir. Ee. 

Molelworlh-ftrect, Daw'on-fir. If. 

MolyneauxVyard, Engine- alley, Ef. 

Montague -the: t, Carnden-fir. GHh. 

Montgomery-ftreet, Mabbot-ftr. IKc. 

Montpciier-hill, At bout -hill, Bd. 

Moorc-lanc, 7 , & • Gb. 

Moorc-(tr,aJS / - B '' r '""^''-GHc. 

Moi's-Une, ? ^ , ; a . Ke. 

Mols-n.eetJ^^"^'"'' IKd. 

Mount-bany, Manor- treet, 1 be. 

Vount-hrown, James'' s-firest ^ Aog. 

MounUttcle*, gf, ZJ itain-fireet , Gb. 

Mc untratf -lire • t, Pill-lane, Fe. 

Mount-iii cct, up 7 71/r • r tr 

A ' . ' > meruit- a. Lfg. 
Mount- 1- reet, Ic w. 3 » 

Mountjoy-lqilat< , Summer-hill, Hab. 

Mull : csnVyarr\ Sivift's-allcy, E«. 

Mullinahack, Cook-fit eet , Eef. 

Mu: d< ring-lanr, B civ-bridge, Bt^. 

Mutton-lane, At dee-fit eet , Ey. 

Myl~i Y-aiU y, Bride-It- eet, 

Naflfan-ftrcet, Grafton-fir eet , HIef. 

N-w-marki t, Cbambre-Jireet , Ee. 

Ncw-iow, S Poddle, Fit'. 

NeW-rcw, W. Tbomas-fireet, Eg. 

Ntw-(hett, Ke-viti-Jheet, Fh. 

Nicholas ftrect, Patr ick-fireet, Ff. 

Night n t ale-cou: t, Cahel-Jb ee: , Fc. 

Noith umber lan. \-&. Char lot te-Ji. HIg> 

North-wall, Sira'id. KLd. 

OfF-lane, Morre-fireet, He. 

Ol, -bridge , ffW Chut cb-fit eet, Ee. 

Ol.verValit v, M'Cd-fir eet, Gfg. 

Ordnance -I nc, F get \ct,\ -quay, Kd. 

Ormond-b ich> , ::J-.,i'.ay, Fe. 

Oi m; n !-market, Ormot d-quay, Fe. 

Ormono qu. lew Bachelor* 's-tu. Gd. 

Otmood-qu. up. F.fjex bridge , FG. 

Ormond-tlrect, PVea e uer''s- l qu^ Dh. 

Orp n^-'ou t, Ccppet -alley, Gd. 

Oxmantown-K' en, ». King-fir. Dd. 

Palace-row, Rut land- 'qvat e, Gb. 

Pa lace-lb eet, Dame-flreet, Ge. 

Paradifc-row, Dor t et-llt eet , FGb. 

Park^te-ttr-et, Barrack fireet ,B(V. 

Park-placr, Tow nj end-fit eet, Ide. 

Park-ltrcet, E. Lcmf erfiree* , Kcb. 

Pa 1 k - ft r < r t , W . y//Z -J// ■ w / , Eg. 



8 Strerts, Squares, Lanes, &c. 



Parliament-row, Fleet-fir eet, Hd. 

Parliament flreet, Cork-hill, Gt. 

PattenValley, Copper-alley, FGe. 

Patrick Vclofe, gt. Pat ilk-fir Ff. 

Patrick's-clofe, lit. Mi e -alley, Ft'. 

Patrick-ftreet, Nicholas fif eet, Ffg . 

Pembroke-court, Caftle-flreet, G< f. 

Pembroke -quay, Bar rack-bridge* Do. 

PeterVrow, Peter-itreet, Gg. 

Peter-ftr t et, Bride-fir eet , Gg 

Petticoat-lane, lit. Britain-fir. Yc. 

Petty-canon V-aVley, Bride-fir. Fr. 

Phcenix-'/reet, Hammond-lane, E. . 

Phipp borough, Bread-// one* Ea- 

Pig-a liey., n. New-row, E-. . 

Pig-lane, Mount -brown, Be. 

Pill-lane, Church-jtreet, EFe 

Pimlico, Ar dee fir eet, Eg. 

Pipr-office-yaid, Barrack-fir. Dcd. 

Piunktt-ftrcet, Francis-Jtreet, Fer. 

Ppddle, Patrick-ftreet, Ff. 

Pool-ltieet, Pimlico, Dr 

Poolbeg-ftreet, Hawkinses-fir eet, Id. 

Potter's-alley, Marlborough-ft KIcd. 

PotterVlanr, Moun: -brown, Bc-[ 

Pound-lane, Boiton-ftreet, Fb. 

Price's- lane, Fleei-jtreet, HA . 

Prince of- WalesVco.«S&»»«*-/% Fef. 

PrinceVflreet, N. Drogbeda-fi. Hd. 

Princc's-fti ect, S. City-quay, Kd. 
ProbyVyard, Lijfey-'treet, Gc 
Proteil ant-row, Camden fireet, Gh>. 

Preun^-lane, Tzrk-fireet, Gg. 

Pruffia-lbeet, Man or fir eet, Cbc. 

Pttdd : ng-row, fVinetavern-fireet, Fe. 
J*nrcelPs-epurt, Corn-market, Fe. 
.•Pye-all-y, Garden-lane, EL 
'Q^iee.-Ts-bricige, ghjeen-fireet, De. 
^Quecn-ltreet, Arran-quay, Ded. 
.Ram-alley, Skinner-row, Fe. 
.RansFord-dreet, Thomas-court , Df 
Raparee-alley, Stephen s-g) etn, Hf. 
.ReadVcourt, Gree,:-itreet, Fed. 
.Red-cow-lane, Brunswick- fir eet, Ed. 
JRed-l ion-court, ftrg£ Fe. 
.Redmond -court, IVccd-quay, Fd. 
Redmond-hill, Kevin s-port, Gh. 

Reilly 1 -court, Pimlico, BP. 
ReynoIdVcou t, Meath-fireet, E". 
JiiLhardfonVcourt, Boot-lane, Fed. 



RichardfonVlane, Arbour- hill, Cc. 
RobertVftr. Marrowbone -lane, Cfg. 

Dbinfon's-alj y /j.-^ Coombe, EFV. 
R.ogerfon*s-<nwiy, City-quay, KLd. 
Rofe-alley, fVood-quay, Fd. 
« • I mary-lane, Merchants-quay, Fe. 
RolV-ljnc, Bride-fireet, Ff. 
RtiiTrTs-cou, t, old Church-Street, Ed. 

nd-itrcrt, Summer-hill, 1Kb. 
Rutland-lquare, g:. Britain-fir. Gbc. 
Ryde*V ow. Capel-fireet, Fc. 
Sack vi ljc -lane, Sackville-fir&t, Hb. 
•iackviU --rtr.-.et, £/. Britain-fir. He. 
SampionVJan^ Moore-fireet y GHb. 
S ul's-court, Fijhamble-jtreet, Fe. 
S« hool-houie-1 n , High-fireet, Fef. 
S <ot\s-alley, Patrick-fir eet, Ff. 
S oi's-yard, James's-gate, CDe. 
ShawVcourt, Dame-fireet, Hd. 
Siicriff-ftreet, North-fir and, KLbe. 
: hip-buildings, Abbey -fir eet, Ic. 
Ship-ftxj&et, great, Stephen-fir. Gf. 
Ship-ltrect, little, 2?r/V* jfrw/, FGf. 
Silver-court, Caflle-fireet, FGe. 
Silver-ftreet, Barrack-fireet, Dd. 
SimpfonVtourt, Beresfcrd fir. Fc. 
Sin" pfon's-lanc, Cole" s-lane, Gbe. 
Skinner-row, Cafile-fireet y Ff. 
SkinnerVallcy, New-market, Eg. 
Skipp-rVlane, Cook-fireet, Fe. 
Smith's-court, Red-cow-lane, Eb. 
Smith field, . w, King-Jireet, Ed. 
Smock-alley, Fijh amble-fir eet, FGe. 
Span's-lane, Grafton-fireet , He# 
Spittle-lquare, Mark's-alley, Eg. 
Stafford-lb eet, Abbey-fireel, Gd. 
Stanhope-ft. G r an ge-gor man-la. Dcd. 
Stanlcy-ftreet, Brunjwick-fir. Dcd. 
Steevens's-lane, James' 's- fir eet , Bde. 
Stephen's-green, Tsrk-fireet, HIg. 
Stephen-ilr. j. g/. George" s-fi. GH 1 . 
Stirrup-lane, Beresford-itreet , Fc. 
Stocking- lane, lownf end-fir eet, IKe. 
Stonybatter, //. King-fireet, Dc^. 
Strand, Abbey-fir eet , Jc. 
Stran^-llrcet, gt 7 CVj/>*/- Gde. 
Strand-fired, lit. J ./?r^/, FGe. 
Suffolk-ltreet, Graf ton-fir eet, He. 
Sugar-houfe-lane, Hawkins" 's -fir .Hd. 
Sugar-houfe-lane, Ransford-Jlr. Df. 



Hofpii ils and Infirmaries. 



Summer-hill, gt. Britaj^JIreet, 
Summer-ttreet Marro<wbone-lan^ 
Swan-alley, Ha bury-l ue, 
Sweeny Vlanc, Ardee-ftree: , Eg 
SwiftVallcy, N. FranfisJjreet, t . 
SwiftValley, S. Ne<w-jtreet y Fg 
SwiftVroW, Jer<vis-ft eet. Get! 
Sycamorc-allcy . Dame ftreet y Ge. 
Tangier-lane, Grafton-ftreet , He 
TafheV court, Mountrath-'treet, Fc 
Taylor's-lane, Marrowbone- lane, Dtg 
Temple-bar, Fleet-Jireet , GHc 
Temple-bar-coui t, Temple-bar Hdc. 
Temple couit, Caftle-ft' eet, Ge. 
Temple-lane, Dame-jtreet , Ge. 
Tcmple-ftrect,E. Summer-bill, Hb. 
Temple-ltreet, W. Barrack-ftr. Cde. 
Thorn; 1 , s-court, Thcmas ftreet, Df. 
Thomas-di eet, y<zm£ V- /f^/, D r. 
Tighe-ltreet, Barrack-ftrcet, Dc. 
Townl"-nd-fti ei r, Fleet-jtreet, IKd. 
Trinity-court, Dame-lane, GHc. 
Trinity-place, Trinity -ftreet, GHc 
Trinity-ftreet, College-green, He. 
Ttipilo, Pimlico, Dg. 
Tucker Vrow, Ncw-ftreet, Fh. 
Tuckei's-row, Drcgheda-ftreet , Hii. 
Turn-again-lane, Bolton-ftreet, Fc. 
VicarVhall, Patrick* s-clo e, Fi. 
Vicar-llrcet, Ibovias-jh tet, Ef 
Virginia-court, Fifoamble- ftreet , Ft 
Union -ftreet, Bacbelcr^s-ivalk, He. 
UfhcrVcourt, UJber s-quay, Ee. 
UfherVifland, §>tteens-brtdge, Dc. 



jUfTierVIaar UfheSs-ftreet, De. 
UiherV-qnav, O/J £r/Vgf, Ee, 
■UfhcrVliro t 7 r7V , , ™ 
IffWs-yard, J^'W' Ee ' 
•. ; .ciVailcy, N <?. ^ ran-ftr. Fd. 
W l I'fa - '-alley, S, Patttck\-cloje, Fh 
Wi all 1 - : a ne , Franct s-Ji. eet , EFf. 
WardVhiil, 7 . EFgh. 

Wal w >"/>« U> )>i:nd-auay, Fd, 
WatllJOg~fl tret, James\ft? eei , Def. 
Weaver's fquare, Cbambreftr. DEh. 
Weiboargh-ilreet, Caftle- 1 treet, Ff. 
W« (land- -;w, f. Park-ftreet, Ke. 
Whrii rValley, Ccle's-lave, Gbc. 
Whiter-court, Slib-Jtreet, Ge. 
W .iteV.-lanc, Geo/ ge's-q/.ay, Ic. 
• White V lane, Dnet-ftr. Gab. 
[Whitefriar-Iarte, Aungier -ftreet, Gg. 
jWh tefriai-it crt, Stephen-ftr. Gfg. 
Wh tehall-court, w. Kit g-flreet , Fc. 
Whitehorfe- al|ey, Thoma^ftr. Dfe. 
WhiteliOD-Conrt, Strand-ftreet, Gc. 
WildVlanc, Rogerjtn'' s-quay , Kc. 
WilliamVlanr, N. Abbey-Jlr. GHc. 
W UiamVlane, S. We<zv- treet, Fh. 
William-flieet, Sicpbcn-ltreet , Hf. 
Wilmc's court, Skinner-4 c-w, Fef. 
Winetavern-ftreet, Metcb.-qu Fef. 
WolfeValky, Bi tdge-j treet , Fd. 
Wood-quay, Ormond-bridge, Fe. 
Wood-(bect, Whitefriar-Jheet, Gg. 

mwood-L ate Cook-jhcei, Ef. 
Yoik ftreet/ Stepbcn-ftreet , GHg. 



HOSPITALS and 

Bi ^uecoat-Hofpital, Oxman'c<zun-gr. 
Charitablr-hofpital, Ejfex-quay. 
Cbaritablr-infii mary, Jer-vis-frt eet . 
County of Dublin, or Meath-hofpital, 

a/>/><r Cocmbe. 
Ditp. nfai y for the Poor, i r 3 I. Coomb 
Foundl-ng-hofpital and Work-houb , 

Mount brown. 
Hibernian Marine Nurfery, R?ger- 

Jon's-quay. 

- -School for Soldiers Children, 

Phoenix -park. 
Hofpital for Inoculation, Tswn/end-ft. 



INFIRMARIES. 

Houfe of Induftry, Channel-roiu, 
Lo t k -h o i p ■ t a I , C/a > ^ r n- ftreet . 
Lying-in-hofpital, Bri'ain-ftreet* 
Matidal'-n-afvlum, Zrt m-ftreet. 
Mcrv er's-hofpital, Stephe -ftreet. 
Royal Cha-tc; School, Clov.tarf. 
Royalj«hofpital, Kilmainbam. 
Royal- 1 nf rraary, JameS '< -ftreet, 
SimpfonVhofp ial, Britain-Jlrcet. 
Stc vrns's-hofpital, Sfeevens^s-lane. 
St. Nieholas*-. nn I St. Catherine's- 

hofpital, Francis-ftreet. 
St. PatrickVhofpital, Bow-lane* 



IO 



Ar 



Public Offices and Buildings. 

PUBLIC OFFICES and BUILDINGS. 



rally - Court, Four -Courts 
Ch)ift- church- lane. 
ArchbiihopVpalace, St. Sepulchre's, 

Kevin-fir eet. 
Artillery and Ordnance Offices, low, 

Cafile-\ard. 
AfUmoly -rooms, Rutland- fquare. 
Ad oeiated Infh Mine Company, office 

I ' 3,£'. Britain- ftreet. 
Baliait-office, EjexJl eet. 
B inkriipt-office, gt. Ship ftreet. 
Barracks, Barrack-fired . 
Birrack office, up Meri on-flreet. 
B. okerVoffices, new Exchange aiu. 

Cramp ton- court . 
C:ty-baibn, Ba'on-lane. 
Common Plens-ofricc, 7 , r 
Confiftory-office, \ Kings Inns. 
Corn premium office, Merchants-qu 
Court of Confcicnce, Skinner-row* 
Crown and Hanapei -office, K. Inns. 
Curfitor's-offi.ic , Chrifi- church-lane. 
Cuftom houk, new. Isw. Abbey-fir 
Cu:i om-houfe, old, Effevc -ftreet. 
Dublin cattle, Caflle-jtteet. 
Dublin Library, 6, Euftace-flreet . 
Dublin fociety-houle, Hawkins* s-Jlr . 
Exh ibition-room, tVi/liam-flreet. 
Exchequer-office, King s- Inns. 
Ex.rKquer Plcas-offi ■< , Fifhamble-fl 
Four-coui t% Chrifi- church -lane 
Hibernian Sdk- warehouf , Parlt.flr. 



MaruYs Library, lit. Patrick* s-ch'e. 
Marfhalfea, City, Merchants -quay . 
— — Fwur-courts, new, Ifland-ftr. 
Si. Sepulchre's, Patrick- tr. 



Marfhalfea, Thomas-court &Donore, 

Hanbury-lane. 
Mayo, alty-houfe, Dawfon -ftreet. 
Mufic-ha.l, Fifhambte-flreet. 
Navigjtion-houfe, Grafton-flreet. 
N w-^oal, Green-jb eet . 
Offi o c Accounts, Foftcr-plcce. 
Office of Arms, E. Front of Parli- 
ament-houfe (Sir Cbichefter For- 
tefctte, Kt. King o< Arms.) 
Pa r 1 i a me n t - h o u 1 'e , College green. 
Paving Comm'ffionei s C< rporation- 

houle, I, Daw on-fireet. 
Pnv n-brokers Au6tion-rooms, z, Co- 

pinger 's-row , 30, Hammond-lane. 
Pilot-office, Effex-flreeL 
Pipe- water offices, 14, Peter-flreet , 

and 33, Moore fir eet. 
Pipr- water (lores, Barrack-fif eet. 
Pol ice houfe, Willi am- fir eet. 
Pod- office Gen 1 . 6c Penny , Co llege-gr. 
Prerogative-office, Capel-jireet . 
Regi(tcr-orfice for dreds, convey- 
ances, &c. lower Caflle-yard. 

— Court of Chancery, Gslden-la. 

Rolls-office, King i-Inns. 
Rotunda, and New-gardens, Rut- 



land-* quare. 

Inlu ance -ofru e, for lives, m<T"han- Royal I .fh Academy, Grafton-flreet. 
fe and fhip<, 6, Crampton-court. J Royal Exchange, Cork-hill. 

Royal-Mail Coach- office, for Belfaft, 



-General-fire, Dame ftreet. 
-Hibernian fi e,t?/ ampton-c. 
-Dublin lire, Dame-Jlreet. 



Impr. ft and Stamp-office, Eullacefi 
Iriffi Woolkn-warrhoule, Caftle fir. 
[uftice's office, Skinner-row. 
K ng's B-nch-ofri> , Kings-Inns. 

King's Inns-courts & offices, King's Theatre-royal, Crow-fireet. 

Inns - q ,:aj Tholftl, \ 

Linen -boai d-omce, Linen-hall, 



45, Capel-jtr. — foi Waterford and 
I Cork, 31, Fleet-fireet. — for Lime- 
rick, 12, D aw j on-flreet. 
Secon R membrancerVoffice, Ke- 
, ned\* s-lane. 
!Sh iffVgpsrf,, Green-fireet. 



Linm-hall, Linen hall : fir eet. 
M arke t-hou ! e , Thomas-fireet. 



Town-clerk's-office, j" 
Trinity-college, College-green. 



P acquets, Regular Trading Ships % and Brokers. 1 1 

His MAJESTY'S PACQJ J ETS failing between Dublin and 
Holyhead, N. Wales. 

Bessborough, William Godard, 1 

Clermont^ Richard Taylor, I 

Dartmouth, Edward Hartwell, ^Marine-Hotel, RogerforCs-qitay, 

Hillfborough, John Shaw, 

Lofius, James Furnefs, J 

Parkgate or Holyhead. 
Favourite, Matthew Hewitt, Marine-Hotel. 

PACQjJEr Wherries, John and Stephen Diaper, St, Rogerfon's-quay. 



PACQUETS between Dublin and Parkgate. 
Kingy Philip Hervey, 
S^ueen, Thomas Miller, 
Prince of Wales, John Heird, 
Princefs Royal, James Brown, 



Rogers's Hotel, 85 JZ?gerfon*s-quay. 



PACQUETS between , Dublin and Liverpool. 
City of Dublin, John Cane. I St. Patrick, James Hayes. 

Duke of Leinfter, John Povah. \Viceroy, James Sibbald. 

Enquire at Wybrants's, 37, George" 's -quay. 

REGULAR SHIPS in the London, Bristol, Liverpool, and 
Chester Trade. 



LONDON. 

Brothers, William Davis. 
Charlotte, Richard Smraton. 
Commerce, Robert Walker, Sen. 
Draper, Robert Walker, Jun. 
Dublin, Innocent Williamlon. 
Hebe, [ohn M'QuiHen. 
Liven-hall, William Lewin^ton. 
Providence, Edward Lewinmon. 
Pri'icejs Mary, William Howard. 
Duke of Clarence, Henry Lewis. 
Reward, Ft- ft us Toole. 
Trial William Brooks. 



BRISTOL. 

Erifid, James Chiinfide. 
Draper, [ohn Gtrd ner. 
Flora, Tliomas Hodgfon. 
Mary, ]ohn Jones. 

LIVERPOOL 
Dublin, Adam GiHk 
Elizabeth, George Brown, 
Haivke, Henry Totty. 
Henry, John Bunker. 
Irene, Simon Marks. 
Sutton, Samu-'l L-e. 

C H E S T E R. 
Thomas, William Jones. 



Enquire at Dunn and Hincks's, 4, Lifburn-ftreet, or Cuftom-houfe. 

CHESTER BROKERS. 
John ChsmberUine. Martha Hincks. 

John Edwards* Wm. Newcombe Geoghegan. 

Stuky Broadbunt. Smith and Co. 

William Griffith and Thomas Tart, for Chefler or Liverpool. 



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HANK OF IRELAND, 

( Eftabllflbed by Aa of Parliament. ) 

GOVERNOR. 

ALEXANDER J AFFRAY, Eiq. 8, Ely pLce. 

DEP UTY-GOVERNOR. 

Abraham Wilkinson, Efq. 4, IV. Park- jlreet, 

DIRECTORS. 

John Allen, Efq. 6, Dorjet- jlreet. 

Patrick Bride, Efq. 58, ^r. Ship freet. 

William Colvill, Efq. 6, Bachel-r s-uualk. 

Leland Crofthwaite, Eiq. 76, Fleet jlreet. 

Samuel Dick, Efq. 1 3, Linen- ball- jlreet. 

Jeremiah D'Oiier, Efq. 87, Dame-ftreet* 

Jofeph Goff, Efq. 6, Granby-ro<w, 

Travers Hartley, Efq. 84, Bride /Jreet. 

George Godfrey Hoffman, Efq. 9, Fleet-jlreet. 

The Right Hon. David La Touehe, 45, E. Stephen' s-groen. 

George Maquay, Efq 143, Thomas (irect. 

George Palmer, \ Efq. 4, French- jlreet. 

Amos Strettcll, Eiq. 9, Merion^fquare. 

Charles Ward; Eiq. 12, Fptjunef's jlreet. 

(One Vacant) 

Note, The Dire&ors are annually chofep the firft week in April, under 
is rtftrittion, that there be at leaft five new Dire&ors every year, 

OFFICERS. 

Secretary, Thomas Williams. 

A ccompi ant-general, William Don'evy. 

Cajhier,. Town ley La wrier. 

Chief Book-keeper, Bdvrtarid Medlicot. 

Clerk of the Discounts, George Dtap r 

Law Agent, Thomas Perec. 

\ 7 itary, Jame& Gibbons. 



T H E 

DUBLIN DIRECTORY. 

MERCHANTS and TRADERS. 

Note, The Figures direct to the Number of each Houfe ; Mer. ftands for 
Merchant ; Jlr. for ftreet ; qu. for ; gr. for Ff*a4 ; /. for little ; 
/a. for lane; lo. for /c?wr ; up. for a/^r ; Co. fcr Company •, N. for 

North; 6\ for 6W; ; E. for £4/? ; and JV. lor Thus 

marked -J* are wholelale Merchants, free of the 6 and 10 per cent, in the 
Cultom-houie, Dublin. 

AbBOTT (Benjamin) Shoe-maker, 38, Jeriis-'treet. 

•fAbbotc (Philip) Wine-merchant, 8, George' s -hill. 

Abbott (Thomas) Ribbon-weaver, 37, Nicholas-jtreet. 

Abbott (William) Merchant, 20, Francis-Jlreet. 

Achefon ( Ann) Stuff-manufacturer, 10, eld Church Jlr eet. 

Acheion (Thomas) Apothecary, 130, Capel-Jlreet. 

Adair (Charles) Carpenter, 1 8, Newjtreet. 

Adair (John) Starch and Blue-manufacturer, 22, Charles-Jlreet, 

Adams (Alexander) Painter, 47, To'iOTi'end-ltreet. 

Adams '( Hugh) Shoe-maker, 51, old Church-Jlreet. 

Adams (Philip) Statuary, 41, Tszunfevd-flreet. 

Adams ( Samuel) Linen-mei chant, 7, Liren-hall-ftrect. 

Adams (William) Grocer, 1 14, Abbey-jtreet. 

Adams (William) T<>y-mnchant, 22, Henry-ftreet. 

f Adamion (George: 2c Thomas) Sugai -'jakcrs & Merchant?, 18, Bsot-lane. 

*f"Adamfon and Armiliong, Merchant*, 37, gt. Strand-Jlreet. 

Adrien (Elizabeth) Grocer, 21, French-flreet. 

Adricn ( james) Grocer, 27, Francis-Jtreet . 

Adrien (William) Tallow-chandler, 42., Th'.mas-Jlrut. 

fAhmuty (Robeit) Merchant, 21, Meath-Jlreet. 

Alcorn (Robert) Leather-feller, 26, Back-lr.i. 

Alder (William) Timber-merchant, 52, B> idgefcot-jlreet. 

f Alexander and O^ilby, Merchants, 17, Mary's -abbey. 

-[-Alexander (William) Alderman and Merchant, 15, Sacfaille-Jlreet. 

-/'Alexander (William) Mci chant, 16, Mej'h-Jlreet. 

Allanfon (Hugh) Carpenter, 17, Fmj/ia-Jlreet. 

A Hard (Elizabeth) Baker, 19, Vicar -Jlr cet . 

Aliard (Mary) Grocer, 107, Csombe. 

Allen (Ann) Oil-feller, 3, Exchequer-Jlreet. 

Allen (Chnilopher) Dyer, 44, Fimlic;. 

f Allen (John and Son) Merchants, Office, 6, Dcrjet-jlreet. 

Allen and Smith, Velvet, Silk, & Cotton-manuraclurers, 118, levlf. Coombe. 

Allen (Sarah) Ivnen-draper, 95, Bride-Jlreet. 

Allen (William) Map and Pnni-fclier, 32, Dame-ftrcet. 

t Alien (Wm.) lnfpeft. 0! Tobacco, Wine fig Porter-rrerch. 2$, Stt and-Jl. 



14 Merchants and Traders. ARM 

Alley (Catharine) Tra Ware-room, 44, Bride-fireet . 
Allry (George) Gun-fmith, 28, Farliament-Jh eet. 
Alk y (Jofeph) Grocer, 27, Abbey-fireet . 
+ Alley (Wilhm) Merchant, 118, Tiwnfend-ftt eet . 
-j-Allo\Viiy and Boake, Merchants 6, little britain-fireet. 
AlffebrooK ( JofcphJ Frame-KnilB, 13, Boiv /ireet. 
Allt and Chawncr, Woollen-d apers ? i 0) Uigh-fireet. 
Antler ion (Edward) Hofier, 45, Cafile-fireet. 
Anderion (Gregory) Tin-plau- worker, 46, Stephen-fireet. 
•f Andeifon (James) Merchant, 21, Abbey-fireet, 
Anderlon (Joho) Hatter, 36, Cafile-ftreet . 
Anderfon (John) S, lk-weaver, 32, Ccrkfireet. 
Andeifon ( John) Tin-plate-woi ker, 96, Thomas -fir eet. 
Anderfon (John and Son) Linen-printers, Lcve-lane. 
.Anderfon Matthew) Linen-draper, 25, Cafel-fireet . 
Andeifon (Thomas) Fru'ttrer, 17, up. Ormond-quay. 
Andoe (John) Tanner, 15, Meath-jtreet. 
Andoe (Margaret) Woollen-drapei , 17,? tj- , n 
Andoe (Matthew) Woollen-draper, 7, $ Mt ^ reet ' 
Andrews (Edmond) Butcher, 22, Clarendon- treet. 
Andrews (Edwaid) Lotiery-office-keeper, 14, Capel-fireei . 
Andrews (Elinor) Baker, 111, Abbey-flreet. 
Andrews (Garret) Ship-broker, 44, Afions-quay. 
Andrews (George ) Statuary, 32, Angle] ea-fir eet . 
Andrews (Jamef) Hardware and Toy-man, 40, Cafile-fireet . 
Andrews (James) Currier, 9, Back-lane. 
Andrews (l-Iaydock) Watch-maker, it, Temple-bar. 
Andrews and Cahiil, Wholefak-groctrs, 173, eld Church-ftreet . 
Andrews (jofeph) Gi >rn-hiue-crane, Bonham-Jtreet. 
Andrew? (Michael) Merchant, 12, Flee-ftreet. 
Andrews (Thomas) Sheriffs-peer and Brewer, i 10, lower Coombc. 
Angrl (John) Profeffor of Stenography, 7, Foivnes's-fireet. 
Angelo (Jofeph) Linen-draper, 8, loio. Kevin-fir e et . 
Angiei (John) Cotton-fpinner and Manufacturer, 10, Vicar-fit eet. 
Angier (Thomas) Velvet. an 1 Silk-manu~a£\urer, 2, IVinetavern-flreet 
Anncfly (Arthur) M rchant, 4, Darby^s-Jquarc. 
Annefly (James) Meafurer, 9, Fade-Jtreet. 
Anfdeli (Samuel) Merchant, 19, Cuffe-fireet. 
Ar.flow (Billiard) Shp-chandl: r, 54, City-quay. 
Antilcll (Chrifloplier) Ribbon-manuraclui er, 5, Cafile-fireei 
Appleby (Henry) Cioth er, 2,, Chambrc-firec:. 
Archbold (Bjrtholomcw) Baker, 50, Smirhfield. 
Archbold (James) Linen-diaper, 140, Capel-ftrect. 
ArchboH (Nicholas) Baker, 7, JVerburgh-Jteet. 
Archbold (Elizabeth) Timber-mereh. Sc Paper-maker, 38, Ufber 's-quay 
A chdek n (Michael) Watch-maker, i, Chrifi church-lane. 
Archer (John) Bookf Her, 80, Dame-'-treet . 
Arch r (William Henry ) Swerd-ctuler, 7, FJfex-bidg*. 
Annitage (Thomas) Pa wn-b: oke 1 , 21, Skinner-nw. 
Arnaftrong (Andrew) Brew r, 66, J¥a!lti?-f!rit' 



BAD Merchants and Traders. 15 

Armftrong (Archibald) Linen-merchant, 14, Linen-hall-fir eet m 

Armftrong (Charles) Linen-draper, 2, Whitejriar-fireet. 

Atmftrong (Edward) Tea-merchant and Grocer, 46, Bcltcurfireet. 

Armftrong (Francis) Linen-draper, 127, Capel-fired. 

Armftrong (Frauc^) Merchant, 61, Bclton-fi. Office, 24, N. Anne-fir. 

Armftrong (George) Lace-man, 19, Parliament fired. 

Atmftrong (James) Bookfeller, 27, gt. Ship-jtreet. 

Armftrong (James) Glafs-cuttei, 26", Ormsnd-qtsay. 

Armftrong (James) Merchant, 68, 7 , 
Armftrong (John) Silk-manuiaa»rer, 4j,i 

Armftrong (John) Wine and Porter-merchant, 3, Ste'len-fireet. 

Armftrong (Robert) Apothecary and Drugftjft, 149, Cafel-fired. 

Armftrong (Robert) Flour, Com and Whilkcy-fscloi, 21, g/. Strand-fir, 

Armftrong (Samuel) Wine-merchant, 23, eld Church-fired. 

Armftrong (William) Apothecary, 34, Mary-jtreet. 

A nold (Andrew) Trimming-merchant, 11 J, IV. Ne<vc-r;<a. 

Arnold (Richard) Diftiller, 7c, Cafel-jled. 

Arnold (William) Siik-weaytr, » UJber 's-qury. 

Arthur (John) Shoe-maker, 3c, Graftcnfired. 

Afh (John) Jeweller, 10, Capel-j'treet. 

-fAftie (Thomas) W.nc-cooprr, 11, Fifier^s-lane. 

Alhley (Joieph) Timber-merchant, 37, Queen-fired. 

Afhmore (R chard) Wool ten-Jra per, 21, Francis-fireet . 

Afhton and L3mb, Grocers and Scrge-faCtors, 5, Mai IC s-aV.cy. 

Afh worth (Robcit) Agent, 16, Merion-fqucre. 

Alh worth (Margaret) Ln:n-priatcr, Donnybrzzk. 

Aiken (James) Dyer, 43, 7 

Allien (Matthew) Clothier, 10, 3 

Atkinfon (Darlry) Grocer, 118, Abbey-fired. 

Atkinfjn (John anJ JoLph) A .my^gcut?, 12, Ujler^s ifiand. 

Atkinfon and Pi entice, Lmcn-mei chants, 18, N. Anne-hred. 

Atkintbn (Edward) Table-beei -brewer, 6, S. Jchn-fired. 

f Atkinfon (John) Merchant, 25, Fled-ltieet. 

Atkinfon ( John) Silk-manafatlurer, 45, S. gt. Gecrge^s-jtrect. 

Atkinfon (Richard) Silk throw fter, 7, S/ittlefields. 

Atkinfon (Robert) Grocer, 1, drk fired. 

Atkinfon (Thomas) Watch-maker, 14, Siinner-ro^v. 

Atkinfon ( VaLntine and Co.) Porter-brewers, 15, Mar r 3 v; bare-lane. 

Atkinfon (Valentine) Coc r etl:onir, 52, Stephen fired. 

Auntie r (Lawrence) Popiin and StufF-mcrcer, iS, Francis -fired, 

Autfin (Jf hn) Scal-engraver, 9, Ryjs-Iaie. 

Ay kbowm (JehnDtd.) GUG f llcr, 15, Graf: 9*-firtet. 

A) 1 ward (Nicholas) Biker, 2$, Bridgfid-j'treet. 

Ay res (Martin) Grocer, 28, Frsxcis-jheet. 

B. 

Bacon (David) Haberdaftur, 6", Aungier-ftred. 
Bacrn (James) Lnen-drap-r, 167, gt. Bri'asn-firee'. 
Bacon { jjme*) Lintn-draper, 19, Bridge -ft > cct. 
Bacon (Thomas) Taylor, 8, gt. SHp-pted. 

hi Vr 'Maurice and S^n) Sh<?.-:r.akers, So, 6\ gt. Gejrgtt-firce*.. 



1 6 Merchants and 7* raders . BAR 

Badge ( Thomas) Tallow-chandler, 72, A 7 . King-Jlreet. 
Biggs (Richard) Agent, 2, Peter s-ro<w. 

Bagnall (Jonathan) Boot and Shoe-maker, 29, 6\ gt. George's -Jlreet. 

Bailie (Robert) Carvfcr, Gilder & Looking-glaf.-manuiac\ory,i & Her.ry- r t. 

Bainbridgc (Grorge) Wauh-maker, 54, Bolton-Jlreet. 

fBaird (James) Wholcfale Linen-draper, 14, Henry -Jlreet . 

Baird (Samuel) Pin manufacturer, "64, Pill-lane. 

Baker (Thomas) Dublin Tontine Ageht,> i\ Capel-Jlreet. 

Baldwin (John) Tallow-chandler, 104, up. Co:mbe. 

Bal . win (John) Chandler, 7, Angle] ea-flreet. 

Baldwin (Jonathan) Dry- ooper, 66, Frar.cis Jlreet. 

Baldwin ( Thomas) Watch and Clock-maker, 12.3, Capel-Jlreet . 

Baldwin (William) Slator, 41, AJlcn 's-quay. 

BAi (Robert) Grocer, 40, IVilliam-jireet. 

Ba!! (Benjamin) Sheriff's-pcer, 24, Mary -jlreet. 

•f Bill (Florinda) Winc-mcrchant, 50, "jer-vis- Jlreet \ 

•fBall, Fairfield and Bail, Wholcfale Woollen-drape is, 5, WerburrJ: 

Ball (Henry) S lk-dyer, 1 Pitt-flreet. 

Ball (Jonathan) Joiner, 24, Abbey-Jlreel . 

Ball (John) Shoe- maker, 29, up. Orm:nJ-qttay. 

-f- Bait (John and Son) Whclciale-habcrdafhci s, 5,- IVerburgh-Piieet . 

fBallantine (Hueh) Grocer, i3£, ? „ 

Ballantine (JameeJ Grocer, 28, J George s-cnay. 

Ballard (James) Drawing-mailer, 1 30, Abbey '-Jlreet \ 

B-mber (James) Grocer, 28, S. gt. George^s Jlr eet. 

Bambrick (Edward) Delf and Checfcman, 5, Ha^kinS s-Jlreet. 

Bambrick (James) Weaver, 18, SpitijefieUs. 

Bambrick (Jofcph) Carpenter, 6, UJljer" s- Jlreet > 

Bancroft (Racha f) Tallow-chandler, 4, IVerburgh-fr est. 

Banks (Henry) Cabinet-maker, 66, Aungier-flreer. 

Bannier (Claud us; Chandler, 36, 6\ King-jlreet. 

Bannon (Matthew) Biker, 4, B:lion-jlreei. 

Barber (Elizabeth) Word ed-manu/Vchircr, 34, Cjombf. - 
Barbr.r (Ftan.:^) Tallow-chandler, 32, Church-Jlrcet. 
Barber ( fohn) Skinner, 31, Bull-alley. 

Barber (William) Joiner and Upholder, 64, 3. gt, Gccrge' s-fii e;i . 

^arbour and Duncan, Scots merchant/, 36, 7 n^jj ^ n f , gJ 

-fBarbours and Howie, S ots m.-rcrunt% 9,3 ** 

Barclay and Co. Milliners, 31, Bcltov~Jl> ee't. 

-f-B.trcro f t (Thomas) Merchant, 1 5, Fleet-jhett. 

Barden (Patrick) Currier, 9, IVinetarern- jtrect. 

Baikcr (Charles.) Jeweller, 2 Abbey-jir eet'. 

B^iker (Elizabeth) Livei y-lace-mau"ufa£turer, 19 , Denmirljlt eei. 
Barker (Frederick] Stone-cutter, 24, 5. Earl-jtreet. 
Barker (fames) Jeweller, 31, Capel-Jlreet. 

Barker (John) G-riman Blaekball-nianur'a&urer, 40, Eartac k-Jtj ee\ 
Barlow (Arthur) Smith and Iron-monger, 16, N. Earl-Ji>£s:. 
Barnss (Thoma^) Grocer, 14, Effcx-Jlreet. 
Barnes (Thomas) Coal- "a Si or, 19, Bachehr'' i ■ 11 rA<. 
BaiQct (Rich-rd) Clothier, 5, Summer-tree:. 



BEA 



Merchants and Traders. 



*7 



Barnet (T.) Scourer, Stover & Finiftver of white goods, 70, Marrcwbine- h. 

Bainewall (Margaret) Woollen-draper, 35, High-Jlreet. 

Barnier (Jofcph) Tallow-chandler, 29, Golden-lane. 

Barns (John) Trunk-maker, 40, Fijhamble-Jlreet. 

Baron (Sarah) Preffcr, 108, upper Cosmbe. 

Barrett (Daniel) Clothier, 12, Braithwait-ftreet. 

Barrett (John) Umbrella-manufadturer, 1, Chatham row. 

Barrett (Jofeph) Sadler, 34, Cajlle-Jlreet. 

Barrett and Robinfon, Brewers, 3, Pet ;icoat- lane. 

Barrington (Alex.) Wool-comber, Grocer & OiJ-m^rch. 27, lew. Cvmbe. 
Barrington and Burton, Accommodation Store-keeprrs, Thomas-court \ 
Barrington (John) Tallow-chandler, 158, Thcmas-fireet. 
f Barrington (Samuel) Wine-merchant, 4a, Town fend -Jlreet. 
Barrington (Thomas) S.lk-weaver, 19, 7 y ' . 



Barrington (Jacob) Chandler and Grocer, 17, JfflWWl 
Barrow (John) Tanner, 40, Cork-ftreet. 
Barry (Edward) Card-maker, 31, Braithwait-Jlreet. 
Earry (John) Card-maker, 75, Coctnbe. 

Barry (Margaret) China and GlalV-lcllcr, 10, E. Arran-fireet 

Barry (Nicholas) Linen-draper, 28, Corn-market. 

Barry (Richad) Grocer, 53, City-quay. 

Barry (Robert) Hofier, 39, High-Jtreet. 

Bartlct (Richard) Corn-ta&or, 30, George^s-quay. 

Barton (Edwan) Breeches-maker and Glover, 36, Exchequer-firee: . 

Baftiville (Richard) Cabinet-maker and Upholder, 83, Copel-flrctt . 

Bachelor (John) Merchant, 27, Wilham-ftreet. 

Bate and Bird, Toymen, 90, Dame-Jlreet. 

Bate (John) Toyman, Chriji-church-yr.t d. 

\ B.tes and Gardiner, Merchant*, 34, Flee 1 -Jlreet . 

Bates (Thomas Moreton) Printer and^S ookleller, 89, Cjcmke. 

Batterfby (Arthur) Carpenter, 61, Bridejlreet . 

Batty (Jane) Hatter, 51, Dame-flreet. 

Bayly (Georgr) Butcher, 1, White 's -lane. 

Bayly (Philip) Linen-draper, 52, William- r treet. 

Bayne (William) Scots-merchant, 18, Merchant* s-qu ay , 

Beaghan (Mary) Skinner, 61, Watling-\treet . 

leaghan (Nicholas) Grocer, 1 57 ,Thcmas-Jlrect. 

Beahan (John) Linen-draper, 25, Corn-market. 

Seahan (Laurence) Taylor, 7, E. Cole-alley. 

Scahan (NichoUs) Tobacc^n.! f , 107, Franc is -Jlreet. 

Seahan (Thdtha*) Meafurer, Baggot-Jlreet . 

Jcamifh (Ceor?^) Carver and Gilder, 17, Bridejlreet . 

-B an (Patrick) Ii on-monger, 55, Thcmas-Jlreet . 

-Beafly (E mond) Shei ifFs-peer, 6~, /sw. Ormcnd-quay. 

eafiy (E imond and John) Groceis, 44, Henry Jlreet. 

-aily (Helen) Grocer, 43, Francis-flreet . 

eaflv ([ohn) Clothier, 9 Brafrazon-rctr. 

eafly (Richard) Clothier, 5, Ckambre -Jlreet. 

Btafly (Thomas) Clothier, 40, New-market, 




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fBeatty (Edward and David) Paper & W^ne-rnerchants, I, Andre^v-fireet . 

Beatty (John) Lattery -office-broker, xt^Capel-fireet. 

Beatty (Plunket) Woollen-draper, xo, Higb-ftreel. 

Beanchamp (John) Paper-maker, z$ y Gxk-(trcet. 

Beauvay (John) Gold and Silver Trimtiung-rnerchant, 7, Craw-fircst. 

Beawvier (Gregory) Chandler, 33, Ejfex-Jlreet. 

Beck (Thomas) Stone-cutter, 03, N. King-fireet. 

Bedford (Efaac) Watch-maker, 16, Fijhamhle-jlreet. 

Bet by (Samuel) Clothier, 1, Weaver 's-fqnare. 

Beeby (William, John and Thomas) Merchant^ 9, Gevrge^s-jlreet. 

Beerc (Philp) G ocer, 2, Aungier-ftreet. 

Beere (William) Tallow-chandler, 45, Cuffe-jlreet. 

Begg (James) Tallow-chandler, 10, Henrj-jireet. 

Begg (James) Butcher, 5 * , Brunfwick-flreet. 

Begg (Nicholas) Baker, 18, N. Earl-ftreet. 

Begg (William) Tallow-chandler, 91, Mcrlbsrxtgk-Jlreet m 

-fBegg* and Armftrong, Merchant?, 23, Af, Amie-fireet. 

Beith (Robert) Watch and Clock-maker, 16, Gesrge*s-qaaj. 

Bell (Alexander) Factor and Broker, 13, fata. Ormsnd-qxay. 

Bell (Alexander) Stay-maker, 7, Mary*s-abbey. 

Bell (Archibald and Co.) Pawn-brokers, io, Bachehr*s-VBalk. 

Bell (Elizabeth) Tea-dealer, 14, Queexfircet. 

Bell (Hngh) Merchant, 21, Cbarles-fireet. 

Bell (James) Carpenter, 1, Drury-lane. 

Bell (Samuel) Apothecary, 65, Francis-ftreet. 

Bell (Sarah) Linen-draper, 5, Mary's-ahbey. 

Bell (William) Starch and Blue-manufaclurer, 46% TiLl-lane. 

♦f-Rell (William) Oil and Leather-merchant, 27 , Nichdas-fireet \ 

Bel J (Will am) Taylor, 30, Marys-abbey. 

-f-Bellew (Chrirtopher) Merchant, 42, Abbey-Jlreet. Office, 42, 

-f-Rcllinghara (Allen) Wine-mercrnm, 97, Capel fireet. 

Bell wood (Robert) Clothier, 16, Ardec-rc*us : 

Benn (Elizabeth) Worlted-manufaclarer, 14, Spitilzfields. 

Bmn (Henry) Linen-draper, 46, Back lane. 

Bennett and Kavanagh, Merchants, 3, Uft*ers-quaj. 

Brnnett (John) Coach-owner, 8, Mercer jlreet 

Bennc it and Phibbs, Sslk-mapufa&urers, 15, Marts- alley. 

Bennett (Samuel) Silver-plater, 8, Aungier-flreei. 

Bennett (Jame*) Vintner, 3, Evft ace-ftreet . 

B-r-nm (The mas) Cotton-merchant, 17, Vicar-flreet . 

Bmrvtl (Will am) Silver-plater and Scale-maker, 12, Exchequer-ftrett. 

Smtley (George) Brazer, 38, Tigbe-UreeU 

Be anger (Gabritl) Pencil and Colour-man, 67, S. gt. Genrge'* s-Jlreet, 

Bernard (Kichard) Hatter, yi^Graflsn-ftreet. 

Berford ( John) StufF-nrsanuracJorer, 37,. Ccxmbe. 

"iirrgan (Timothy) Upholder *nd Ao&aonecr, 30, Bride i-olley. 

Bet gin ( Jame*) G ocer, 19, Palrick-firee!. 

Berkeley (^araL) Toy-feller, 25, 5. King-fireet. 

fie-mingham (Mary) Giocer, 33, BfUa:n-flreei 



BLO Merchants and Traders. i g 

Bermingham (John) Hotter, 7, Mea'b-ro<w. 

Brrmingham (Lawrence) Meairmn, 127, old Churcb-Jlreet. 

Bcrminghnm (Patrick) Baker, 38, Frar.cis-fireet. 

B-rnard (John) H u-manu actwrcr, 2, Ranelagh. 

Brrry (Charles) Hotter, 91, Dame-fireet. 

-fBer<y (John an-.i William) Mei chants, 1, N. Aane-ftreet. 

Berry (Nathaniel) Linen-d. a per, 34, Fill-lane. 

Beitick (Bernard) 5hoc-makcr, 171, gt . Britain-fir ret. 

Bciagh (Charles) Tinner, 42, James's-Jlreet. 

Brtagh (Mary) Liru-n-.ii ape: , 53, Back-lane. 

Bethel ( W.lliam) Shoe-maker, 4, Arran-quay. 

Betty (Adam) Merchant, 170, Abbey-Jlreet. 

"f'Bevan (Henry) Alderman and M -reliant, 5, Linen kall-jlreet. 

tB :v/lcy (Ephraim) Grower, 72, Meath-ftrest. 

fBewlcy (Simuc 1) Merchant, ? ^ EarlMreet 

Bewlcy (Thomas and Son) Grocers, j"' J 

Bible (John) Wholelale Cotton-merchant, 21, H'erburgh-flreet. 

B blc ( Thomas) Wooll< n- \\ aper, 15, S:el>ben-ftreet. 

Bjar (Richard) Wine-cooper, 12, lit. Mary-Jl, ret. 

Billing (Theobald) Lace-merchant, 2, Cork-hill. 

B ngham (Charles) Chan d-r, 7, Graf ton-fired . 

Bingham (Henry) L nen-draper, 3, Mary^s abbey. 

Buns (Ambrofe) lion-monger an i Anchor-broth, 10, Haw kins' ] s-Jlrcet. 
Binns ( Ann and Ge»rge ) Iron-rmnvers, 21, Dane-firect. 
f BinQG (John) Merchant, 20, FoHvneSs-fircet. 
f Birch ( Robat) Merchant, 43, Dominic k-jlreet . 

Birkett and Kelly, Linen-drapers and Haberdalhers, 54, S. gt. George* s-fl . 

B rkctt (William) Chancier and S oap-loiier, 34, Jer-ii afreet . 

fBimey (Charles) Wine and P01 tc-.-me: chant, 36, S.gt. George* s-ftreet . 

Black an I M'Gcdy, Linen-drapei sf 3, $kinner-t oiu. 

Black (John) Grocer, iS, Geot ge's-quay. 

-f-Biack (Thomas) Merchant, 17, Bachelors -walk. 

Blackall (Robert) Tea-man, J, \ n • t a # 

Blackall (Sir Thomas) Alderman, 4lrf^7?j// - 

Blackbu n (Gcrrar) CiaI-ac\or, 16, Clarendcn ftreet . 

Blacker (Junes) WoolL n-dra per, 14, Pa> liame>u-Jh ce! . 

BUckwell (Catheiinr) Gun-maker, 2, gt. Slip-jireet. 

Blackwood (Ann) Milliner, 42, Cjpel-fireet . 

•f*Blackwood (Han^ and Price) Ma chants, 4, Hare our t -fi r e et . 

Blackwood (Price) Wine-merchant, 34, Kildai e-ftreet . 

fB'.a r (Jam-s and Thomas) Merchants, 1, Ufber's-illanJ. 

4* Blair (Thomas Montgo mery) Wine-merchant, 42, Stcjfcrd-jlreet. 

Blake (Charl-s) Apothecary, 54, Grafton-Jireet. 

Blake (John) Grocrr, 1 14, Abbeyfireei . 

Blake (Matthew) Corn-iaclor and Brewer, 34, George* s-quay. 
Blackly (Robert) Merchant and L'nen c attor, 3, Lut ga.n-jtreet . 
f Bleakly (John) Merchant, 3, N. King-ftreet. 
BldTon (William) Stay-miker, II, middle Li fey-ftree! . 
f Bloomfield (Benjamn) Wine-merchant, 3S, Mary-fireet. 
Bloxham (Mark) Tallow-chandler, 74, Mea h-fireet. 

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Blundell (Thomas) Watch-maker, 60, Henry-Jlreet. 

Blunt (Rich 3rd) Clothier, 14, 6\ John jireet. 

Boake (Ephraim) Carpenter, 26, Angle ea-Jlreet. 

Boardman (Jolepk) Clothier, 6, Ardee-Jlreet. 

Boate (Redmond) Druggift and Apothecary, 22, Bride-Jlreet. 

Boe (Martin) Stone-cutter, 41, Clarendon-Jlreet. 

Boileau (John Theophilus) Druggitt, 88, Bride Jireet. 

Boileau (Solomon) Cafhier to Finlay's Bank, ao, Queen-Jlreet. 

Boland (Rofe) Furrier and Haberdafher, 70, Aungier-Jlnet. 

Bolger (Bryan) Meafurer, i, lit. Lcngfordftreet . 

Bolland (John) Silverfmith, 15, Smock-alley. 

Bolton (Frederick and Pruffia) Linen-drapers, 7, Molefvuorth-ftreet. 

f Bolton (Richard) SherifPs-peer and Merchant, 11, UJber's-iJland* 

Bon I (Alexander) Perfumer, 3, Graf ten Jireet. 

Bond (Oliver) Whol fale Woollen draper, 13, Bridge-ftreet \ 

Bond (Wilham) Coach-maker, 5, Keiin-Jireet. 

Bonham (George) Printer, 68, 5. gt. George's Jireet. 

^Booker (Chriltopher) Merchant, 6, Ellis'* s-quay. 

Booker (George) Builder and Painter, 56, N. King-jlreei. 

Booker (Nugent) Lime-burner, 20, Mayor-ftreet. 

Booth (Randal) Tin-plate-woi ker, 15, Dame-Jlreet. 

Booth (William) Book- binder, 67, Exchequer-Jlreet. 

Booth (William) Silk-dyer, 20, Back-lane. 

Bofhell and Co. Grocers, 35, igueen-jlreet. 

Boihell (Chrdtopher) Cooper, 5, N. Boiv-lafte. 

-fBolqutrt (David) Lead-manufa&urer, 13, Andreuu-Jlreet . 

Born" (P ter) Inlayer in Maibleand Stucco-woi ker, 38, Fleet-ftreet . 

Bofwcll (Alexander) Clerk of the North Road, 9, Clarendon-Jireei. 

Hoi we 11 (Robert) Paper-ltainer, 79, CapeUfireet. 

Boohier (John) Comcaioner, 21, College -Jireet. 

Boulder (John) Shoemaker, 115, Capel-Jlreet . 

Boui ke (Jane) Clothier and Grocer, 18, New-markct y Cbambre-Jrrcei. 
Bourke (Michael) Grocer, 84, James's-ftreet. 
-fBourkr (Thomas) Merchant, 91, Capel-ftreet. 

Bournes (BarK) French and En^ldh Boarding-fchool, 16, up. Ormond-quay 

f Bourns (Chailes and Frederick) HabeHalhcrr, 18, Cajlle-ftreet . 

Bourfiquot ( James) H<;bci dalher, 1, EJfex -bridge. 

Bourfiquot (Pete:) Merchant, iz, EJfex-quay. 

Bowden (James) Carpenter, 84, Marlborough-Jlreet. 

Bowders ( fames) Carpenter, 84, Bolton Jireet. 

Bower and Hick'ey, Silk-dyers, 76, Meath-Jlreet . 

Boxwrll ( AmSrofc ) Goldfm th, i&, Skinner-roiv. 

Boyce ( John) Bookfeller, 22, Merchant (-quay. 

Boy ce (Matthew) Apothecary, 44, Bolton-Jlreet. 

Bovd (A lam) Carpenter and Timber-m-ri hant, 19, Henry-Jlreet. 

Boyd (ftigatt) Wiie merchaiQi, 5, Stafford -Jireet. 

fBoyd (William) Win,'-rm n.hant, c, Jerin-Jheet. 

Hoyl-m (Michael) looker, 27, Brides-alley. 

Boy Ian (Michael) Pap.-r-ftai'ier an \ Punter, 97, Grafton-Jireet. 

Boylan (Patrick^ Currier, 18, IVinetavern-Jlreet. 



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Boyland (Maxwell) Cutler, i, Grafton-Jtreet. 

Boyle (Edward) Grocer, 133, old Ckurch-ftreet. 

Boyle (Peter) Taylor Sc Habit-maker, 1, Molefworth-JIreet. 

Boyne (Richard) Skinner, i^Watling-flreet. 

fBrabazon (Henry) Merchant, 60, Summer-hill. 

Bracken (James) Cheefe-monRer, 18, Thomat-fireet. 

Bradburn (John) Cotton-manufac"Uirer, 11, Coombe. 

Bradford (James) Clothier, 9, Pocl-flreet. 

Bradford (William) Clothier, 13, Braithivait-ftreet. 

Bradley (Ann) Glazier, 5, Hammond-lane. 

B r adley (James) Wollen-draper and Taylor, 44, Capel-Jtreet . 

Bradley (George) Salt-refiner, 45, City-quay. 

Bradfhaw (El zabeth) Baby-linen- warehouic, ") . r 

Bradlhaw (William) Cabinet-make r, J 2 ^> ^ungier-Jtreet. 

Brady and Ivory, Scriveners, 33, Golden- lane. 

Brady (Edward) Linen-draper, 1, Mary-ftreet. 

Brady ( F. J. ) Gold and S : lver Lace & Hat-ma nufatturer, 18, Parliament -ft. 
Brady (Francis) Carpenter, 32, Tighe-Jlreet . 

Brady (N. W.) Gold and Silver Thread-manufacturer, 57, Dorjet-ftt eet. 

Bra.iy ( N. W. jun.) Anifls and Median. Warehoufe, 16, Ftjbamble-ftreet. 

Brady (Anthony) Brufh-maker, 7, 5 gt. Geot ge^s-fireet. 

Brady (Brdget) Tallow-chandler, 38, Boltcn-Jtreet. 

Brady ( John) Timber-merchant, 16, Hanbury-lane. 

Brady ( |ohn) Shoe- maker, 6, Ormond-quay. 

Brady (Patrick ) Merchant, 93, N. Kingjlreet. 

Brady (Peter) Card-maker, 36, IV. New-row. ' 

Brady (Terence) Grocer, 24, Pill-lane. 

Bran era n (Michael) Tallow-handler, 128, N. King-ftreet. 

Braughall (Edward Quin) Timi)er-mci chant, 141, Ckurcb-ftreet. 

fBraughall (Thomas) Merchant, §, Eccles-Jlreet. 

Bray (Edward) Seed-merchant, 16, Me. > chant s-quay . 

Bray (John) Grocer ami Oi Iman, 21, Fijhamble-flreet. 

Bray (Robert) Popln and Stuff-mercer, 26, Francis-jtxeet . 

Bray (Thorrus) Comn-pla te-woi ker, 523, eld Cbm ch-Jlreet. 

Bray (Thomas) Stufi-manu'aclurer, 11, Bridgc-irreet . 

Brazil (Michael) Flour and Corn-ra£>or, 45, S. Town* end-flreet. 

Brenan (Edward) Silk and Worlred-manufacturer, 58, Francis-jtreet, 

B.enan (Edward) Silk-wra"cr, 2.6, Pimltco. 

Brcnan (M chael) Grower and Flour-factor, ico, 7 en n 
n » j j 1 \ 1 1 r Thomas- ftreet. 

Brennan (Patrick) Inn-keper, 11, ^ J 

Brercton (Catherine) Gioce r , IV. Bozo-lane. 

Brertton (William) Grocer, 201, gf. Britain-Jit eet. 

Brett (Daniel and jofeph) Sadler's Iron-mongers, 20, Pbcenix-ftrect. 

Brett (John) Currier and Sadler's Iron.-mongcr, 30, IV, New-row. 

Brnt (William) Grocer, 29, Meath-ftreet. 

Bnckell (Robert) Brazier, 4, N. King-treet. 

Biien (Edward) New Drap.ry-manurac-turer, 54, Me*th-Jlreet • 

Brien (Morgan) Butcher, 84, Patrick-ftreet. 

Briggs (Chi illopher ) Stone-cutter, 3, Boot-lane. 

Broadie ( Peter)*iVjacconift, 49, Fleet-ftreet. 



22 Merchants and Traders. BUC 

Brocas (Nicholas) Lace-man and Haberdafher, 56, Caftle-ftrect. 

Brodenck (William) Grocer^ 23, 6\ King-ftreet. 

Brogan (Ciiriftophrr) Chandler, 42, Bridgefoot-jlreet. 

Bromlow (James) Shoe-maker, 62, Henry- ftreet. 

Bromiow (James) Shot-maker, 77, 7 bomas ftreet . 

Brook (Edward) Silk-dytr, 45, Meath-Jtreet. 

Brooke (Henry) Dra wing-maitei , 172, Abbey-ftreet. 

Brooke (John) Net-manuradurcr, 42, Barrack- ftreet . 

Brookes (James) Fuftian-m^ufacturer, 47, Cork-itreet. 

Brooks (George) Diftiller of Simple-waters, 64, Stephen-ftreel . 

Brooks (Jane) Haberdafher, 18, Andrew -ftreet. 

Brophy (John) Woollen-draper, 5, Corn-market. 

Biophy (Patrick) Po< ter br<, wcr, 64, James's ftreet. 

Broughton (Richard) Merchant, 40, Bridgefoot-jlreet. 

Brown (Alexander) Jewtllcr, 5, Fownes's- ftreet. 

Brown (Ann) Woollen-draper, 19, Francis-Jtreet. 

Brown (Ann) Stay-maker, 28, Capel-ftreet. 

Brown (Charle c ) Bookfcller and Stationer, 93, Grtfttn-Jtreet. 

Brown (Charles) Merchant, 34, Abbey-ftreet. 

Brown (George) Chandler, 11, Brabazon-ftreet. 

Brown (George) Linen and Silk-printer, Rutland^ Harold' s-cr of s. 

Brown (James) Pawn-broker, 144, Capel-ftreet. 

Brown ( Jane) Tea-merchant, 161, James" s-ftreet. 

Brown (John) Grocer, 15, Timlico. 

Brown (John) Shoe- maker, i68,£f. Britain-ftreet. 

Brown (Matthew) Taylor, 8, Hoey s-court. 

Brown (Pat.) Teacher of Mercantile Arith. & Book-keeping, 6, Cujfe-ftr. 
-f-Brown (Richard) Merchant, 45, Marrowbone-lane. 
Brown (William) Umbrella-maker, 6, Ejfex-ftreet. 
Brown (Ann) Mantua-maker, 41 y -Bifh op-fir eet . 
Browne (Bendon) Weaver, 9, Spittleftelds. 

Browne (John) Silk and Cotton-manufacturer, 13, Vicar-ftreet. 

Browne (Michael) Silk-thro v/fter, 8, Skinner's- alley. 

Browne (Mich, jun.) Silk and Wonted-manufacturer, in, F/ancis-ftr. 

Biowne (Richard) Grocer, 2, Hammond-lane. 

Browne (Thomas, jun.) Builder, 1, Merton-ftreet. 

Brownrigg ( Henry) Arclrtecl, 61 , Stephen' s-green. 

Brownrigg (John) Land furveyor, 64, Grafton-jtreet, 

Brufli (Anna and Siders] Haberdafhers, 7 . , a.,* 

Brurti (Jttifo) Jeweller' and Watch-maker, \ 7 ' Andre ' to 'J ti eet ' 

-f-Bryan (Arthur) Merchant, 84, Roger jon' s-qu ay . 

Bryan (George) Merchant-butdirr, 113, old Church ftreet. 

Bryan (Jame^) Hatter, 48, Temple-bar. 

Bryan (Patrick.) Butcher, 3, Brabazon-ftreet. 

-f-Bryan ( William ) Sheriff 6-peee I n«i Merchant, 40, St afford-] treet. 

Buchanan (Archibald) Wjtch-maker, 31, College-green. 

Buchannan (Michael) Linen-draper, 32^, Corn-market. 

Buck (Rev. Dr. Andrew) Matter o; the Hib. Academy, %>N. King-ftreet. 

Buckcy (Thomas) Hair-drefler, x, Pembroke-court. 

Buckley (Loftus) Butcher, 32, Caftle-market. 



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Merchants and Traders. 



Buckley (Thomas) Grocer, 90, Francis-Jlreet. 

Buckton (George.) Linen-draper, 6~4 T Exchequer-Jlreet. 

Bulkely (Edward) Agent, 56, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Bull (Ifaac) Watch-maker, 13a, Capel-fireet . 

Bullock (Jofhuaj Hat-varnifher, 51, Dorjel-ftreet. 

Bunn (William) Blanket & Flannel-ware-houfe, 52, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Burge (Henry) Armv-agent, 22, Arran-quay. 

Burgels and Son, Irifh Glafs-ware-houfe, 90, Pill-lane. 

Burgefs (Henry) Linen-draper, 32, up. Ormond-quay. 

Burgcfs (Henry) Sadler, 56, o gt. George" 's-jtreet. 

Kurke (Eimond) Sadler, 155, Abbey-ftreet . 

Burke (Edward) Woollen-draper, 12, Cock-kill. 

Burke (Henry) Linen-draper, 14, Bride-jtreet. 

f Burke (John) Merchant, / 1 4, Mary s- abbey . 

Buike (Jofcph) Clothier, $, John-fireet. 

Burke (Margaret) Haberdafhcr, 105, Bride-ftreet. 

Buike (Martin) Linen-draper, 40, College- green. 

Burke (Michael) Grocer, 44, Mary^s-lane. 

Burke (William) Cabinet-maker and Upholder, 6, Drcgbeda-Jlreet. 

Bu'kc (Richard) Merchant-taylor, 10, Dame-fireet. 

Burke (Walter) CloLhier, 17, Chambre-fireet . 

Burke (William) Grocer, 38, old Ckurch-ftreei '. 

Burke ("William) Grocer, 72, James" s-Jlreet. 

Burke (William) Skin-merchant, 4, Thomas-fir eet . 

Burne (Edward) Linen-draper, 99, Bride-ftreet. 

Burne (James) Flour-merchant and Wool-taclor, 70, Tbcmas-Jlreei . 
Burnet (Catherine) Fruiterer, 45, Grafton-Jtreet. 
Burnet (George) Bookleller, 197, Abbey fir eet. 

Burnet and Foley, Nurfery and Seedfmen, Richmond^ Ballybough-bt idge. 
Burnet (John) Iron-monger cV Dealer in W ire, 24, Meat lj-fir eet. 
Burnet (William) Woollen and Worfted-manufaiSrurer, 14, Pimlico . 
Burnett (John) Cutler, 6z, Bride-jtreet. 
Burnett (Margaret) Milliner, 50, Mary-ftreet. 

Burnt tt (Robeit) Printer & Papei-ilainer, \$o,gt.Britain-ft. & %,AJi<;ns- 

Burnfide (Robert) Shagreen-cafe-maker, ^ Cope-jireet. 

Burnlide (William) Glazier, 20, Smock-alley. 

Burroughs (Edward) Paper-maker, 7, U/her^s-ifiand. 

Burrowes (Henry) Stationer, 3, Hendrick-fireet. 

Burton (Robert) Lottery-ofnce-ker per, 2, Capel-fireet. 

-j-Burton (Robeit) Meich nr., 9, lav. Lifi'ey-fireet. 

Burton (Wingfieid) Cat-maker, 78, Camden-ftreet . 

Bury (Geoi ge) Chandler and Soap-boiler, 153, Church-fireet . 

Bufby (John) Silk-throwfter, 76, New-ftreet. 

Bufby (Samuel) Hatter, 27, Dame-Jtreet. 

Bath (John) Silver-faith, 25, Capel-fireet. 

Butler (Alexander) Perfumer, 2, College-green. 

But Irr (Edward) Grocer, 8, Ftjbamble-fireet. 

Butler (James) Engiaver and Print-fellcr, ic, Triniiy-fireet. 

Butler (James) Starch and Blue-manufadturer, 13, Crofs-pcddle 

Butler (Jofeph) Shoe-maker, 1, Arran-quay. 



24 Merchants and Traders. BYR 



Butler (Jofeph Tomlinfon) Silk-dyer, 45, Staford-ftreet. 
Butler (Matthew) Oil and Colour-man, 43, N. King-fireet. 
Butler (Michael) G ocer, 57, Dame-Jtreet. 

Butler (Nicholas) Haberdafher and JrWrller, 100, Grafton-Jtreet. 

Butter (Peter) Baker, 175, old Ckurch-flrcet. 

Butler (Richard) Bookfeller and Stationer, 31, Graf ton-fir eet. 

Butler (T. E.) Printer, 31, gt. Strand-fir eet. 

Butterly (Andrew) China and Glals-mc-rchant, 8, Temple-bar. 

Butts (John) Woiitcd-manufaclurcr, 28, Coombe. 

Byrn(Jimcs) Printer, 32, EJex-fireet. . 

Byrne (Anthony) Linen-d; aper, 45, Bijbop-fireet. 

Byrne (Bartholomew) Grocer, 38, Back-lane. 

Byne (Catharine) Grocer, 9, W erburgh-jlreet . 

Byrne (Catharine) Skinner, 54, IV at ling-fir eet. 

Byrne (Columbus) Baker, 139, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Byrne (Edmond ) Merchant, 14, Merchants-quay. 

Byrne (Edmond) Brewer, Byrne' 'j -hill, upper Ccomhe. 

tBy ne (Edward) Merc hant, N. gt Gecrge's-fireet. 

fByrne (Edward, Mac Donnell & Co.) Merchants, Alleys-court. 

Bync (Eleanor) Holier, 40, Capel-Jireet. 

Byrne (Felix) Flax and Hcmp-manufa&urer, 28, W. New-row. 

By ne (Francis) Butcher, 45, Patrick-Jlreet. 

Byrne (F-ancis) Linen-draper, 33, N. King-fireet. 

Byrne (Frederick) Wollen-drapcr, 32, Francis-Jlreet. 

'|*Byrnr (Gregory) Wine-merchant, 30, Marlborough -fireet. 

Byrne (James) DilUller, 95, JameSs-ftreet. 

Byrne ( Jane) Hatter, 6$, Fleet fireet . 

Byrne (John) BifcuU-bakcr, 117, Abbey-ftreet. 

Byrne (John) Clothier, 12, Elbow-lane. 

Byrne (John) Glue-boiler, 17, 5. Brown-fireet. 

Byrne (John) Tallow-chandl r, 177 , old Church -fireet. 

Byrne (J. and B.) Grocers, 1, Bachehr 's-walk. 

Byrne (Andrew) Vintner, 41, Ormond-quay. 

Byrne (Gregory) Whip-maker, 62, up. Ke-vin-fireet. 

Byrne (John) Engraver, 15, Crow-fireet. 

Byrne ( [of ph) Merchant, 24, IV. New-row. 

Byrne (Jof ph) Skinner, 16, Wat ling-fir eet. 

Byrne (Nicholas) Cotton-manufa&ui cr, 3, Crane-Jlreet . 

Byrne (Nicholas) Silk-dyer, 48, Ex chequer -fireet. 

Byrne (Patrick) Bookleller and Lottc ry-oflicc-keeper, 108, Graftcn-fireet m 
Byrne ( Patric k) Grocer, 28, old Church-fireet. 
Byrne (Gerald) Pcwtercr and Brazier, 41, Back-lane. 
Byrne (Philip) Grocer, 24, Temple-bar. 

Bymc (Richard) B ecches-maker, 86, S. gt. George" 'j -fireet . 
By:ne (Richard) Wine-merchant, 10, Fownes's-fireet. 
Byrne (Robert) Tallow-chandler, 30, old Church-jtreet. 
Byrne (Simon) Grocer, 116, Francis-fir eet. / 
By nc (Thomas) Livery-'table-kceper, 33, Bolton-fireet. 
Byrne (Thomas) Clothier, 2, Pool-flreet. 
Byrne (Thomas) Boot and Shoe-maker, 11, Poddle. 



CAM Merchants and Traders. 25 

Byrne (Thomas) Printer, 15, Parliament-Jtreet. 
Byrne (Waiter) Merchant, 165, Abbey-dreet. 
Byrne (Will am) Butcher, 87, Fatrick-fireet. 
Byron (Chriftopher) Card-maker, 13, Enftace-ftreet. 
Byion (Edward) City-craner, 129, Francis-jtreet. 
Byron (Samuel) Land and City-l'uiveyor, 122, W. Stephen 1 s-green. 

C. 

Caddell (Henry) Woollen-draper, 20, Francis-fireet. 

Caddcll (Hugh) Seal-engraver, 13, Skinner-row. 

CafTray (James) Chandler, 7, Abbey-ftreet. 

CafFray (James) Tobacconift, 13, Hammond- lane. 

CafFray (Nicholas) Silk and Woitted-manufadlurer, 11, Stittlefields. 

CafTray (Peter) Poulterer, 29, Cafile- market . 

Cahitl (Charles) Boot and Shoe-maker, 17, EJfex-quay. 

Cahill (Edmund) Silk-manufac\u-er & Haberdafl-ici , 8i, Dame-firett. 

-f-Cahill ( Francis) Merchant, 51, gt Britain-fir eet . 

"fCahill (Lukr) Merchant, 10, Fiji: er^s -lane. 

Cahill ( Jof. ph Pat.) Cotton-m.uiu * dlurer, 105, Francis- ftreet. 

Cahill (Lawrence ) Leather-merchant, 30, Wivetavem-^treet. 

Cahill (T'mothy) Glover, 25, Exchequer-Street . 

Cairns ( Nathaniel ) Tallow-* handler, 39,? r/ n 

Calbeck (R.ch. and Co.) Merchants, 13, \ t leet-fireet. 

Calbeck (William and John) Grocers, 38, William-fir ee' . 

Calbeck (W.) Maktrrof Gun-powder, Mills, Clondalktn y Office, .Bijlcp-f. 

Callage (Andrew) Woollen-draper, 35, College green. 

Callaghan (Cornelius) Glazier, Painter, Map & Prnt- fe Her, 35, Marj-ft* 

Callaghan (Dennis and Daniel) Furriers, 24, Et.pace-ftreet . 

Callaghan (George) Grocer and Cooper, 4c, eld Chut ch-jlreet. 

Callaghan ( John) btarch-manufaclurc r, • 28, Back-lane. 

Cafla^han (Michael) Carp- nter^3, New fireet . 

Callaghan (Nicholas) Tallow-chandler & Soap-boiler, 23, Fill-lave. 

Callaghan (Nichobs) Malitrr and Diltillrr, 12, Brunjuick-firee;. 

Cajlaghan (Peter) Chandler, 15, Arran-fit eet . 

Callaghan (Richard \ Tallow-chandler, 102, Fill-lane. 

Callaghan (Thomas) Merchant, 20, tl:c:-\treet. 

Callaghan (Thomas) Thread-maker, 51, Cork-fireet. 

Callaghan (Timothy) Chamlcr, Blj £t. Britain-fir eet. 

Callaghan (William) Poultecr, 27, Cafile -market, 

Callaghan (William) Druggift, 18, Sther-csurt. 

CaMas (Catharine) Currier, 23. PVinet aver n-ftr eet, 

CatUd (Richard) Grocer, iz, Duke-fireet. 

Calhnan ( [of ph) W ne-cooper, 22, S'rand-fireei '. 
Calldcrwood (Andrew) Grocer, 22, /. Mary -fir eet \ 

CallwelJ (N -thantcl) Stations & Lotr-ry-orlkc-keeper, 41 , College-green. 

Calvert (William) Giocrr, 11, Angle ea-fir set. 

Campbell (Alexander) Haberdafher, 90, Graf icn-flr eet . 

Campbell (Anthony) Baker, 44, Thomas-fir eet. 

Campbell fEdward) Baker, 7, gt. Bri apt-fir eet. 

f Campbell (George) Merchant, 15, Mary's-abbey. 



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f Campbell (Js.) SheriffVpeer&Mcrch. 37 ,Char kmont-Jl. Office A,H:ey" s- c 
Campbell (J-»hn) Grocer, 25, AJlon\-quay. 
Campbell (John) Merchant, 6, Crampion-court. 
Campbell (John) Tin-plate-wo; ker, 10, Drogheda-Jlreet. 
Campbell (Patrick) Linen ami Cotton-manuiachiiv r, 32, Ransford-Jlreet. 
Campbell (St. George) Upholfterer, 25, Daw' on- tree! . 
Campbell (\yilliam) Patten-maker, 32, Pill-lave. 
Campion (Janu s) Lrathei -:utter, 15, Back-lane. 
Cimpfie (Richard) Diftfrler, Marrowbone-lane, 
Canavari (Joftph) Skinner, 15, Watling-Jtreet \ 
Candy (James) Vintner, 24, Greek-ftreet. 

Canicr ( Pctei ) Suyar-bakcr, 58, Mary *s- lane, Office, Bull lane. 

Canton (James) Confectioner, 6 y Arran-quay. 

Cantrell (^Robert) Hard-warc-merchanr, 12,, IV, New-row. 

Carberry (Anne) Coal-factor, 30, low. Ormond-quay. 

Carberry (Patrick) Butcher, 38, Ma-y's-lane. 

•f Card (Nathaniel) Merchant, 141, Abbey -Jlreet . 

Card (Ralph) Grocer, 10, Aungier-Jlreet . 

Cardiff and Egan, Woollen-drapers, 19, High-ftreet. 

Cardiff and Kehoe, Ship-wrighu, 59, City-quay, 

Cardiff (Anne) Silk-dyer, 16,' S. gt. George's-ftreet. 

t Cardiff ( jofeph) Grocer, 30, little Strand-Jlreet, 

cS and <Wa<W S) } «**^^ 

Carey (Chi litophei ) Baker, 2, Redmond" "s-bill. 

•{-Carlcton (John and Co.) Merchants, 1, EuJlace-fireet. 

Carlille (Chriilopher) Linen-draper, 6\ PVerburgh-Jlreet . 

Carmichael (Elizabeth) Hafier and Haberdaflv r, 87, 5. gt. George's -Jlreet. 

Carmichael (Thomas) Builder, 54, Camden-Jlreet. 

Carncrofs (George) Coach-maker, 188, gt. Britain-flreet. 

Cai punter (Patrick) Poulterer, 16, Royal-row, Onmnd-market . 

Carpenter ( Richard) Ap -thecary, 144, Francis-Jlreet. 

•fCarr (Andrew) Merchant, 71, Dame-flreet, 

Carr (Charles) Dyer and Cotton-manufaclu! er, 25, Charles Jlreet. 

CLa\ r (Edward) Silk-manufacturer, 23, Fordharn s-alley. 

Ca-r (Jaroc*) Shoe-maker, 20, «S. gt. George" 1 . -Jlreet. 

Carr (Patricia) Grocer, 71, Dame-Jlreet. 

Carroll (Catharine) Habeidalher, 7, Granby-row. 

Carroll (Daniel) Poulterer, 6, Ormond-market . 

Carroll ( Francis) Woollen-draper, 47, Rill-lane, 

Carroll (Henry) Anchor-fmith, 50, City-quay, 

Carroll (Hugh) Taj lor, 2, Willi am-Jlreei. 

Carroll ( James) Grocer, 191, gt, Bri>a'ui-Jlreet . 

Carroll (M'aryj Corn-uiandier, 88, Tbomas-flreei. 

Carroll (Patrick) Seedfman, n, MichaeVs-lane. 

Carroll (Thomas) Coiton-manufacl urer, 6, W . Arr an- jlreet . 

Carroll (Thomas) Linen-draper and Haberdafher, 1, Clarc-jtreet. 

Carrol (William) Shoe-maker, 68, Iligb-ftreet. 

Carrothers (Anne) Linen and Cambrick-merchant, 8, 7 j €rril _jj ree t. 

f Carrothers and Boyd, Wine & Po: tcr-rricrerunts, 6, i 



CH A. Merchants and T raders. 



Carlon and Hopkinr, Woollen-drapers, 116", Grafton-ftreet. 

Cartan and Hawtho-n, Hardware-merchants, 69, Pill-lane. 

Carter (Ann) Paper Machine-manufactory, 19, Grafton-ftreet* 

Carter (Charles) Painter, 7, gt. Long ford- ft reet. 

Carter (Henry) Silk-dyer, 9, Marys-abbey. 

Carter ( James) Iron-monger, 119, Francis-Jlreet. 

Carter (Mary and Son) Merchants, 80, Grafton-ftreet. 

Cartel (Margaret) Grocer, 47, Temple-bar. 

Carter (Thomas and Co.) Merchants, 11, Bijhop-flreei. 

Carter (William) Pap;r-irainer, 6, Temple-bar. 

Caitland (Elizabeth) Win- -m-rchant, 2,0, Stephen* s-greeu. 

Cartland (George) Tin-man, 1, fVtlliam-ftreet. 

Cartland (Nathaniel) Silk dyer, io, W. Park-ftreet. 

Cartwright (George) Tallow->chan<iler, 1, Patrick-fireet. 

Carthy ( John) Tanner, Kilmainbam. 

•f-Cary and Stephens, Merchants, 30, IV. Cole-alley. 

Cafan ( Henry) Feather-merchant, 17, up. Kevin-jireet. 

Cafey (Ann) Milliner, 14, Chatham-)/ reet. 

Caky (Anthony) Toy-man, 147, gt. Britain-ftreet, 

Cafey (James) Silk-weaver, 10, Coombe. 

Cafli (John) Paper-rnerchant, 54, Sackville-fireet. 

CafTidy (Lawrence) Corn-chandler, 86, Thomas-Jlreet . 

Cafllriy (Luke) Hatter and Lace-man, 21, Parliament -fir eet 

Cafildy (Peter) Confectioner, 5, Golden-lane. 

•f-CalTtn (Luke and Denis) Merchants, 18, Fleet-fireet. 

CafTon (Jofeph) Merchant, 35, A/ion s-quay. 

Catchejide (Henry) Carpenter, 57, S. Tovvnfend-fireet. 

Cave (Rich. Sen. & Jun.) Supervisor's of Piper-water Rev. 7 
Cave (Richard, Jun ) Merchant, $ t 4* i 

Cavanagh (Henry) (Grocer, 1, Leefm-ftreer. 

Cavanagh and Co Habcrd.ifhers, 41, Cafile—ftrett. 

Cay re (Peter) Hofier, 67, Exchequer-ftreet. 

Chambers (John) Merchant, 7, N. Anne-ftreet. 

Chambers (John) Printer, 5, Abbey-jlreef. 

Chambers (John) Timber-merchant, 10, Bolton-flreet . 

Champion (Eleanor) Jeweller, 3, College green. 

Chancy (William) Silk-manufacturer, 53, Francis -fir eet. 

Chandlee (John) Tallow-chandler, 24, lo<w. Kevtn-flreet . 

Chandler (John, jun.) P.iper-merchant, 44, Cook-jtreet. 

Chapman (John) Shoe-maker, 131, old Church-ftreet. 

Chapman (William) Slate-merchant, 63, City-quay. 

Chappell (Daniel) Paper-llainer, 30, Marv-jireet. 

Charge (Jofeph) Carver and Gilder, 86", S. gt. Gcvrgc's-Jlrtet. 

Charles (James) Tanner, 62, Cork-Jlreet. 

Charles (Peter If.iac) G r ocer, 13, Golden-lane. 

Charrurier (John) Printer and Bookfeller, 128, Capel-Jlreet. 

Charters (S;muel) Sadler, 45, Bolton-flreet. 

Chatton (David) Hair-drefler, 15, Duke-fireet. 

Chaytor (Ann) Toy-feller, 44, S. gt. George' i-flreet, 

Chaytor (Thomas) Coach-owner, 6, Redmond's- hill. 



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CLI 



Chebfey and Co. Venice-glafs-warehoufe, 6i%, Jerzis-ftreet. 
Chriltian (Cathaiine) Mantua-maker, i, F ozones' 1 s -ftreet. 
Christian (Thomas) Jack-maker, 19, lit. Ship-ftreet. 
Chnflian (John) Grocer, 15, W. Cole-alley. 
Chriftie ( Alexander) Watch-maker, 47, Cuffe-ftreet. 
Chriltie (John) Haberdaflier, 34, Nicholas-jtreet. 
Church (john) Hatter, 2$, Caf-el-Jheet. 
j-Church (Joicph) Merchant, 80, Fleet -ftreet. 
CUie (Jofeph) Auctioneer, 1, Angle} ea-ftrect. 
Clare (Jofcj)h) Pawn-broker, ioo, N. King-jheet. 
Clark (Chnltophci ) Watch-maker, 19, ra<w net's -ft reft. 
Cla-k (James) Merchant, 6, N. Anne-ftreet. 
CUi ke (Alexander) Taylor, 29, Chancery-lane. 

Clarke (Andrew) Stationer, 48, Thomas ftreet. \ 
f Clarke (Benjamin) Merchant, no, Bride-ftreet. 
-f-Curke (David) Merchant, 9, up. Ormond-quay. 
Clarke (David) Shoe-maker, 57, Ft jh amble- ftreet. 
Cla-k e (Kdward) Grocer, 1, JVilliam-ftreet . 

Chrke (Elizabeth) Block-maker and Pump-borer, 19, Hawkins's -ftreet. 
Clarke (Jam s) Baker, 13, Smithfteld. 

Clarke (James) Smith and Iron-monger, 19 & 43, Aftcn's-quay. 

Clarke (james) Shoe-maker, 107, N. King-ftreet. 

Clarke (John) Chymitt, 47, Toiunfend-jtreet. 

Clarke (John) Glafs-fcller, 29, Mary-ftreet. 

Clarke (John) Jeweller, 9, Capel-ftreet . 

Clarke ( John) S;lk-manurac>urcr, 2, Merchants-quay. 

Clarke (Joi:n) Silk-manufacturer, 78, Fill-lane. 

Claike (John) lion-monger and Rc-gillcr Grate-maker, 20, Clatendcn-ftr . 

CUike (Marmaduke) Shoe-maker, 9, Denmark-ftree: . 

Clarke (Miles) Silk-dyer, 76, 5. gt. George's -ftreet. 

Claike (Nicholas) Gun-maker, 43, Capel-ftreet. 

Clarke (Patrick) Baker, 48, old Church-ftreet . 

Cla.ke (Robert) Baker, 26, S. King-ftreet . 

C!a:ke (William) Brewer, 73, N. King-ftreet. 

t£larke (William) Cutler, 2, Grafion-ftreet. 

Cla ke (William) Ii on -foundcry, Duck-lane. 

Clarke (William) Plumber, 22, lower Exchange-ftreet . 

•fClalfon (Samuel) Merchant, Summer-ftreet. 

Clayton (Benjamin) Kngravcr, 204, gt Britain-ftreet. 

Clcgg (Alexander) Breeehes-maker and Glover, 78, Capel-ftreet. 

Cle^ (Thomas) Cutler, 68, Siephen-ftreet. 

Clement (Thomas) Tin-plate-worket , 10, up. Kevin -ftreet. 

Clements ( Henry) Groc er, 58, gt. Br itain-ftreet . 

Clibborn (Robert) M -i chants-llores, 55, City-quay. 

Clifford (Thomas) Bakrr, 69, Bride-ftreet. 

Clii't (Henry) Glazier, 24, Meath-ftreet. 

Clinch (Edward) Table-bcer-brewer, 9, Haivkin ft -ftreet. 

Clinch (Will'am) plover and Breeches-maker, 21, King's-inns-quay> 

Clindenn (Alexander) Apothecary, 32, Peter ftreet. 

Clinton (John and Co.) Grocers, 13, Uftje> ' > s-qumy. 



COL Merchants and Traders. 29 

Clinton (John) Coach- maker, 8, Henry-Jlreet. 1 
Cloken (Frederick) Hatter, 4, Mary-Jhest. 
C\ok (Samuel) Hatter and Engraver, 134, Capel-Jireet, 
Cluff (James) Silk-manufa&m er, 21, PimUco. 
*f*Coates (John Dawfon) Banker, 36, Thomas-flreet. 
Cochran (Henry) Silk-mannfa&ur.-r, 53, Pill-lane. 
-f'Cochran (Hugh) Merchant, 2, UJher's-quay. 
Cochran (Richard) Taylor, 8, Fownes^ s-ftreet . 
Cockayne (William) Parchment-maker, 58, IV. Boiv-la*e. 
■ Codd (David) Breeches-maker and Glovrr, 42, College-green, 
Codd (Francis) Corn-merchant, 12, Georgeh-Jlreet. . s 

Cody (John) Timber-merchant, 2, Blackall-roiv. 
Coffee (Andrew) Carpenter and Machinift, 6$, Barrack-Jlreet, 
Coffee ( Chriftopher) Grocer, 26*, Kildare-ftreet. 
Coffee (James) Grocer, 39, Thomas-ft> eet. 
Coghlan (Daniel) Woollen-draper, 6, Higk-Jlreet. 

Coghlan (Edward) Carpenter and Timber-merchant, 117, Tcwnfend-Jir. 

Coghlan (Francis) Oiled-filk-manufa&urer, 21, Whitefriar-ftreet . 

Coghlan (John) Yarn-merchant, 11, Thomas-court. 

Coghlan (Michael) Timber- merchant, 1, Bedford-'treet . 

Coghlan (Robert) G roeer, 139, Thomas-Street. 

Cohen (Barnaby) Blacklead-pencil-maker, 5, Pembroke- court. 

Colbert (Harriet) Bookfcller, 136, Capel-Jlre.'t . 

Coiburn (Ann) Iron-monger, 3, law. Digges-Jlreet 

Colclough and M'Nally, Salcfmailers, 61, Smithfeld. 

Cole ( John) Shot -maker and Leather-* in tr r, 15, PoddU. 

Cole (Richard) Printer and Stationer, 16", Trinity-Jit eet. 

Cole (Thomas) Faftor, 37, old Church -Jlreet . 

Cole (William) Boot and Shoe-maker. 2, lattf Ormcv.J-cuay. 

Coleman (Francis) Mercer, 9, Dame-ftreet. 

Colgan (Andrew) Teacher of Mathematicks, &c. 84, N. King-ftreet. 
Colgan (Chrirtopher) Cro.rr, >3) C thomas-Jlreet. 
Colgan (John) Grocer, 57, j " 

Coll (Thomas) Taylor, 3, Mountrath-flreet . 
Colley (John) Skinner, 9, PVatling-fireet . 
, Colley (Peter) Skinner, Beliiew, Crane-flreet. 
Collier (John) Chandler, 23, g'. Britain- jlreet. 
Collier (John) Cotton-manuruclurrr, y. IV. Cole-alley. 
Collier (Patrick) Weaver, 61, Mamiubone-lane. 
Collier (Richard) Baker, 24, Coffer-alley. 
Collier (William) Coach-maker, 14, Kevin-flreet. 
Coll ns (Anthony) Earthen-ware-i'eilei , 5, E. Arran-flreet. 
Coll ns (Fennel) Sadler, 14, Dame-Jireet. 
Collins (Francis) Merchant, jf, low. Ommd-quay. 
Collins (James) Coach-maker, ,4, Cuffc-jireet . 
Coll ns (William) Houfe-piinter, 1, Grafion-lane. 
fColIins (John) Silk-manufaclurer, 79, Pill-lane, 
Collins (Luke) Carp.-nt.r, 4, Cook-ftreet. 
Collins (Robert) WtioUeidraper, 18, ? ^ r ;j ire .q reet 
Coll ns (Robert) Trimming-merchant, 20,^ * J 



Merchants and Traders. COO 



i Collin? (Samuel) Merchant, 40, Mary-ftreet* 

Co'lins (Samuel) Silk and Worlted-manufaclurer, 35, Pill-Jane. 

Collins (Will'am) Silk-raanufatturer, 47, Cafile-fireet. 

Collis and Redmond, Grocers and Wine-merchant<, II, Da'wfon-fireet. 

fColvill (William) Merchant, 6", Bachelor's -walk. 

Comerford (Catherine) Milliner and Hab^r<.'afh -r, 69, Abbey-ftreet. 

fConcanm (Andrew) Merchant, 29, Moore-ftreet . 

Condrcn (Peter) Overfeer of Glaf--works, 57 ( Dolphins-barn. 

Conlan (William) Brewer, 47, S. Nczv-ronv. 

Connell (Jame?) Slater, 24, Mary"* s-larxe 

Conncll (John) Hatter, 9, Chrifi-chur ch-lane. 

Connell (John) Perfumer, 20, Bar rack-fir eet . 

Connell (Thomas) Sadler, 13, Najfau-fireet. 

Connelly (Anne) Japanner, 53, 5. King-Jtreet. 

Connelly (ChriOopher) Grocer, 73, old Church-fireet . 

Connelly (John) Apothecary and Druggift, 50, High-fireet. 

Connelly ( John) Tobacconilt, 133, Thomas -fir eet . 

Connelly (Nicholas) Boot and Shoe-maker, 22, Exchequer-flreet, 

Connelly (Peter) Tanner, 39, Cork-fireet. 

Conner (Patrick) Cabinet-maker, 41, gt. Brit ain-fir eet . 

Conner (Timothy) Dealer in Skins, 28, Thoma -fireet. 

Connery (Richard and John) Timber-merchants, 60, City-quay. 

Connolly ( Anthony ) G' oce; , 15, EJfexfireet. 

Connolly (Charles) Taylor, 21, Pill lane. 

Connolly (Edward) Linen-draper, 37, gt, Britain-ftreet. 

fConnolly (James) Merchant, 83, Fleet-fireet, Office, 42, Aficn's-quay. 

Connolly (John) China-merchant, 21, up. Ormondquay, 

Connelly (Richard) Butcher, 30, Caftle-market. 

Connolly (Terence) Grocer, 103, Coombe. 

Connolly (William) Woollen-draper, 24, High-Jlreet. 

Conner (Charles) Carpenter, Moore's -lane. 

Conner (Ed.) Carpenter and Timber-merchant, 65, Dorfet-fireet. 

-fConner (Edward) Timber-merchant, 37, UJber's.quay. 

Conner (John) Iron-monger, 128 , James's -fir eet. 

Conner (John) Taylor, 21, Fleet-fireet. 

Conner (Jofeph) Plumber, 34, Fijhamble-ftreet. 

Connor ( Michael) Shoe-make; , i8, W ' erburgh-jlreet . 

Connor (Patrick) Wine-cooper, 2*8, Co.k-ftreet. 

Conroy (Kevin) Comber, 5, W. Cole-alley 

Conroy and Mathews, Haberdafhers, 21, Grafton-ftreet. 

Conroy (Michael) Hair-drcflcr, 145, Abbey-ftreet. 

Coprov (Thomas) Wint-mer v chant, 55, Capel-jtreet. 

Conroy (John) Laceman, 21, Graf 'ton-fit eet. 

ConfHin ( Jofeph) Grocer, 30, Thomas-fired. 

Con ft able (Sufannah) Tca-m ^ chant, 3, Linen-hall-ftreet. 

Conv/av (Michael) Fa£t(»r, • 34, Bow-lane. 

Coogan ( John) Baker, 109, N . King-fi-eet. 

Coogan (John) Skinner, 17, PVa'ling-fireet 

Coogan (Patrick) G occr, 18, eld Church-jtreeU 

Cooke aud Lee, Hatters, 45, Thomas-fireet. 



COW Merchants and Traders. 31 



Cooke (Efther) Cooper, n, Fleet-ftreet. 

Cooke (John) Cabinet-maker, 62, Townfend-ftreet. 

Cooke (John) Artift, 74, Camden-ftreet, 

C®oke (Peter) Carpenter, 88, Pill-lane. 

Cooke (Richard) Hair-manufaclurer, 1, low. Mary-ftreet. 

Cooney (Peter) Printer, 19, Anglefea-ftreet. 

-f-Cope and Binns, Silk-merchants, Shawns-court, Dame-ftreet. 

Copeland (John) Silk-manufa<5tu- er, 14, Francis-ftreet . 

Corballis (John) Timber-merchant, 77, New-ftreet. 

Corballis (J. R. cV John Brady) Timber-merchants, 6~2j-,7 r 

fCorballis (Richard/ Timber-merchant , 62J, \ u y'4«fJ. 

Corbally (Bridget) Linen-draper, 30, Corn-market. 

Corbally (James) Woollen-draper, 160, Francis-ftreet. 

Corbet (William) Bookfeller and Printer, 57, gt. Britain-Jlreet. 

Corcoran (Bartholomew) Printer and Bookfeller, 23, Arran-quay. 

Corcoran ( James) Grocer, 74, Thcmas-ftreet. 

Corcoran (Simon) Apothecary, 115, Capel-.treet. 

fCorfield (Thomas) Merchant, 13, Bachelors-walk. 

Cormick (A. & J.) Goldfm'ths, Jewellers, & l.zct-manuf.ZZ.Parliament-fi. 

Cormick (John) Gold-beater, ti,Parliament-ftreet , & 16, Montr ath-ftreet. 

Corr (John) Grocer, 31, Greek-Jtreet. 

Corr (William) Collai-makcr, 74, old Church-jlreet. 

Corry (Henry) Paper-iUiner, 34, EJex-ftreet. 

Corry (fames) Set retary to the Linen-board, 9, Lurgan-ftreet . 

Corry (John) Ca-penter, 91, Fleet-ftrect. 

Corry (John) Glazier, 19, Coombe. 

Cofarave (Peter) Shoe-maker, 41, W tlUam-ftr eet . 

Cofgrave (Thorna.) Wool-comber, 33, Meath-ftreet. 

Coflello (Dennis) Coach-maker, 70, gt. Britain-Jlreet. 

Cofiello (Philip) Coach-maker, if, Jcri'is-ftreet. 

Coftello (Robert) Seed and Nurfcry-rr.an, 29, Merchants-quay. 

Coftigan (Auguttine) Patten and Laft-maker, 24, NichJas-ftreet. 

Coftigan (Martin) Scrivener, 6, gt. Longford-ftreet. 

CofUey (John) Ribbon-weaver, 35, Nicholas-ftreet. 

Cottle (William) Baiket-makcr and Grocer, 34, IVatling-ftreet. 

Cotton (Ann) Haberriafher, 3, Palace-ftreet. 

Cotton (William) Upholder and Cabinet-maker, 24, gt. Ship-Jtreet. 

Cottrall (Margaret) Butcher, 84, Patrick-ftreet. 

Coughlan (Thom?s) Coach-owner, 41, Fleet-ftreet. 

Coughlan (John) Cotton-manufaclurer, 22, Bridgefoot-ftreet. 

Coulter (John) Grocer, 54, Capel-ftreet. 

Coulton (Thorna*) Timber-merchant, 17, Marrowbone-lane. 

Courtney (David) Merchant, 3, Fleet-ftreet. 

Courtney ( Jofrph) Grocer, 41, Mary-Street. 

Courtney (Patrick) Silk ma nil ra 6cu re r, 35, Bow-lane. 

Courtney (Thomas) Clothier, 16, Chambre-Jtreet. 

-f-Cowan (John) Merchant, 58, Bolton-Jireet . 

Cowell (Michael) Math- matician, 40, Arran-quay. 

Cowen (George) Glazier aid Print-feller, 84, Graftsn-ftreet. 

Cowen (John) Shoe-maker, 12, Hawkirfs-ftreet. 



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fCox (Ambrofc) Brewer, 83, James's-fireet. 

Cox (John) Woollen-draper, 25, Skinner-roiv. 

Cox (Matthew) Perfumer, 5, Grafton-fireet. 

Coyle (Denis) Lin en-draper, 123, Townjend-fireet. 

Coyle (Marcclla) Milliner, 59, Henry-fireet. 

Coyle (Richard) Clothier, 5, Pool-fireet. 

Coyle (Thomas) S lk-manufa£turer, 23, S. Earl-fir eet. 

Coyne (John) Academy, 57, «S gt. George' street, 

Crabb (Thomas) Tobat conift, 86, Abbey- treet. 

Craig (Richard) Hair-di effer, 18, Angle} ea-fireet. 

Craig (Robert) S lk-manu aaurrrr, 59, Dolphin 1 s-bam. 

Cra g (Hugh) Woollcn-d; aper, 3, Cock-hill. 

Crane (Ambrofe) Tallow-cnandier, 6, Golden-lane. 

Crane (George) Tallow-chandler, 40, Coombe. 

Cranheld (John Smith) Carver and Gilder, 109, Capel-fireet. 

Cranfield (Richard) Carver and Gilder, 3, N. Church-lane. 

Crannan (James) Silk-weaver, 16, Hendrick-flreet. 

Craw lord and O'Brien, Ship-brokers, 2, Lijburn-Jlreet. 

Crawford and Kyle, Woollen-drapers, 70, Pill-lane. 

Crawford (William) Apothecary, 2, "Temple-bar. 

Crawford (William) Clock and Watch-maker, 38, Clarendon-fir eet . 

Crawford (William) Turner, 88, Coombe. 

Crawley (Jeremiah) Tin-plate-worker, 23, gt. George's-f treet. 

Cieathorn (John) Butcher, 51, Francisfireet. 

Creed (Nathaniel) Livery-lace-manufa£turer, 37, gt. Ship-ftreet. 

Civighton (Abraham) Taylor, ill, Capel-Jlreet. 

Cregan (Nicholas) Currier, 9, Back-lane. 

Crehall (John) Dye-ftufT-merthant, 41, Chambre-Jlreet. 

Crofton (Curtis) Chandler, 161, gt. Britain-Jlreet. 

Crofton (Hugh) City-ftore-keeper, Barrack-Jtreet. 

Croker (Henry) Jeweller, 7, EJfex-fireet . 

Crolly (Robert) Apothecary, 84, Britain-Jlreet. 

Crofbie (Henry) Woollen-draper, 26, Par liament-f treet. 

Crofbie (Matthew) Linen-draper and Holier, 10, Neiv-rcw, 

Crofby (Daniel) Brazier and Scale-maker, 36, Pill-lane. 

Crofby (William) Silk-weaver, 20, Lijffey-fireet. 

Crofs (Edward) Delpht-feller, 102, Thomas-fireet. 

Crofe (John) Linen-manufadhirer, 36, IV. die alley. 

Crofs (Richard) Bookfdler, 28, Bridge-fit eet. 

Croflhwaite (jamts) Timber-merchant, 44, o\ gt. George } s-Jtreet. 

Croft hwaite (John) Watch-maker, 27, Graf 'ton-fir eet. 

•f-Cro'lhwaite (Leland) Merchant, 76, Fleet-ftreet. 

Crofthwa : te (Philip) Timber-merchant and Carpenter, $, Whitejriar-fir. 
Croflhwaite (Robert) Bookfcller tnd Stationer, 74, Dame-fircet. 
Crochers (John) Shoe-maker, 35^, Henry-fireet. 
1 Croihers (Hugh) She ri(FV peer and Merchant, 7, Lurgan-ftreet. 

ira (Montgomery) Sh'p-broker, 6, Linen-hall-jtreet . 
Crow (William) Upholder and AucTonrrr, 12, Abbey-fireet. 
Crow (El zabelh) Milliner, 19, N. Earl-flreet. 

Ciowe (Laurence) Artilh and Mechanicks- warehoufe, 22, Gclden-lane. 



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Crowe (William) Cabinet-maker, zz, Abbey-ftreet. 

Cruife (James) Hatter, zo, Parliament-Jireet. 

Cruife (Laurence) Tallow-chandler, iz, Ft/ber^s-lane. 

f Cruile (Patrick) Merchant, 10, Euftace-Jtreet. 

Cuddy (Michael) Woollen-draper, i, Higb-ftreet. 

Cuff (James) Confectioner, 25, Tbomas-ftreet. 

CufYc (John) Gioccr, 3, Mary-ftreet. 

Cuffe (Luke) Coach-maker, 142, Abbey-ftreet. 

CufFe (Thomas) Cotton-manufacturer, 5, Meatk-row. 

Culien (John) Miniature-painter, 11, Suft'olk-ftreet. 

Cullen (Judith) Grocer, 91, Kevin's-port. 

Cullidon (George) Tallow-chandler, izo, Francis-ftreet. 

Cullidon (Michael) Butcher, 104, Patrick-ftree:. 

Cullimore (William Henry) Linen-draper, ioz, Bride-ftreet. 

Culloden (Michael) Confectioner, 16, Nicbolas-Jireet. 

Cumming (Duncan) Taylor, 15, Arran-quay . 

Cumming (James) Pawn-broker, 6, fVocd-ftreet. 

Cummins (Edward) Skinner, 57, fVatling-ftreet. 

Cummons (Bernard) Giocer, 46, tVortnivood-gate. 

Cumuflcy (John) Grocer, z8, Tbomas-ftreet. 

Cunn ngham (Margaret) Habcrdalher, 51, Mary-ftreei. 

Cunningham (Robeit) Woollen-draper, 43, Pill-lane.^ 

Cunningham (Terence) Hatter, Z9, Skinner -rc<w. 

Cunnings (James) Worthed & Cotton-manufadrurer, Z9, Coombe. 

Cuppa;dge (George) Bolting-machine-maker, Harold* s -crcjs . 

Curran (Thomas) Velvet-cap and Helmet-maker, 30, Bridge-ftt eet. 

Curnn (Felix) lion-monger, 8, Golden-lane. 

Curry and Bible, Milliners and Haberdalhers, 15, Stephen-ftreet. 

Curry (James) Whip-maker, 91, Ptll-lane. 

Curry (John) Merchant, 110, Tovmfend-j'treet. 

Curtis (Chri(topher) Tobacconitt, 78, James y s-ftreet. 

Curtis (Jane) Currier, z, Pa 1 rick-ftreet . 

Curtis (John) Tanner, 10, Bow-ftreet. 

Curtis (John) Stay-maker, 38, Bride-ftreet. 

fCuitis (Richard) Tanner, 40,? cv , n : 

Curtis (William) Merchant, z 4 , J 3 am " 

Culick (James) Sadler, 9, Ptll-lane. 

CulTct James) Sadler, 151, gt, Britain-fir eet. 

Cuttis (Thomas) Leaiher-Jclicr, 4, \ w xi 

Curtis (John) Sadler and Leather-cutter, 7, $ ?**^+ 9 

Cuthbert (John) Grocer, 16, low, Mary-ftreet. 

D. 

Daflfron (Jofeph) Jeweller and Toy-man, 193, Abbey-ftreet. 

Dalrymple (James) Watch-maker, Z9, Capel-ftreet. 

Dalrymple (John) Watch-maker, 4Z, Aungier-ftreet . 

Dalton (John) Clothier, Z4, Chambre-ftreet. 

Dalton (Charles) Cooper, 4, Bull-lane. 

Dalton (Michael) Druggift and Apothecary, 37, Fleet-ftreet. 

Dalton (Peter) Turner, 19, Fiftber^s-lane. 

Dalton (William) Cotich-maker, 37, Dominick-ftrcct, 



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Paly (Chriftopher) Baker, 4, William-ftreet . 
Daly (James) Grocer and Fifh-monger, 11, Pill-lane. 
Daly (Jimes) Vintner, 1, Bridge-ftreet . 
Daly (John) Grocer, 47, Francis-ftreet. 

Daly (M<chael) Hofier and Shoe-maker, 74, <S. gr. George' s-Jlreet. 
Daly (Thomas) Haberdalher, 23, up. Ormond-qaay. 
-f-Daly (Thomas) Merchant, 154, Abbey >-ftreet 

•^Dangers, Keohler and Co. Bourdeaux-merchants, 29, Abbey-ftreet. 

Dames and Co. Pawn-brokers, 36", Back-lane. 

Daniel (James) Bricklayer, 17, Cuffe-J/reet. / 

Daniel (Nicholas) Cutler, 16, Arran-quay. 

Daniel (Thomas 2nd Co.) Grocers, 1 1, Dame -ft reef. 

Daniel (William) Iron-monger, 174, old Church-ftreet. 

Daniel (William and Henry) Grocers, 43, S. King-ftreet. 

Dann (Samuel) Ribbon-weaver, 5, Wood-ftreet. 

Dannelly (Richard) Tallow-chandler, 10, Queen-Jtreet . 

1 Darby (Darner) Merchant, 6, Cope-ftreet. 

Da* by (Laurence) Grocer, 50, Bachelor" 1 's-walk: 

fDarby (John) Merchant, 63, Jer'vis-ftreet. 

Darcy (Benjamin) Currier, 1$, Back-lane. 

Darcy (Edward ) Vintner, 67, James" s-gate. 

Darcy (Patrick) Coach-owner, 22, Bijhop-ftreet . 

Darcy (Thomas) Merchant, 178, Abbey-ftreet. 

Dardis (John) Grocer, 10, Strand. 

Dai ley (Arthur) Carpenter, 53, Dcrfet-ftreet. 

Darley (Arthur, Jun.) Stone-cutter, 1, Cavendijh-roto. 

Darley (Frederick) Stcne-cutter, 88, low. Abbey-ftreet. 

Darley (George, fen.) Stone-cutter, o§, Strand. 

Darley (Georga and Hill) Stone-cutters, e,, Mercer-ftreet. 

Darley (Henry) Stone-cutter, 46, low Abbey-ftreet. 

Dai ling (SifTon) Mercantile Academy, Strand. 

Darlington (Henry) Carpenter, 47, Golden-lane. 

Darlington (Ifaac) Grocer, 29, Bride-ftreet. 

-fDarquier (Jam?s) SherirPs-peer and Merchant, Botterftotvn. 

Davctt (Felix B. ) Agent, 28, Fifier's-lane. 

Davey (George) Plumber, 21, MichaeVs-lane. 

Davies (Simon) Army-agent, 3, Blackall-ftreet. 

Davis (Anthony) Auctioneer and Undertaker, Royal- Ex change. 

Davis (David) Apothecary, 25, gt. Britain-ftreet. 

Davis (Elizabeth) Win#-merchant, 77, Meath-jtreet, 

Davis { James) Grocer and Flour-tacior, 102 James's-ftrcet. 

Davis (James Moore) Pawn-broker, 8, Skinner-rnw. 

Davis (John) Grocer, 1, Ex chequer iflreet . 

Davis (John) Haberdafher, 80, Pill-lave. 

Davis (John) Upholder and AucYoneer, 60, S. gt. Georges' 1 s-ftreet. 
Davis (Johnlton) Beam and Scale-maker, 24, UJher'*s-ijland. 
Davis (Ifaac) China-merchant and Watch-maker, 44, Fijhamble-ftreet. 
Davis (Michael) Butcher, 23, Caftle-marhet, 

Davis (Richard) Comber, Wool and Woifted-merchant, 36, up. Coombe. 
Davis (Thomas.) Cotton-manufacturer, 13, Ransford-ftreet. 



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Davis (Val.) Cottrjn-manufa&urer, 22* Ransford-fireet. 

Davis (Whitmore) Architect, 17, Dawfsn-fireet. 

Dav>s (William) Livery-ftable-keeper, 28, Beresford-fireet. 

Davis (William) Merchant, 23, Abbey fireet. 

Davis (William) Stay-maker, 40, Golden- lane. 

Davifon (Richard) Perfumer, 12$, Capel-fireet. 

Davifon (William) Fdhing & Fowling-tuckl -maker, idjoiv* Ormondquay. 

Dsvock (James) Silk-manufacturer, 42, Pill-lane. 

Dawes (Elinor Jane) Milliner, 35, U/her's-fireet. 

Dawfon (Fran' is) Engraver and S:al-cutter, 7, Pembroke-court, 

-f Dawfon (John) Iron-founder, 7, Ujher^ s-fireet. 

Dawfon (John) Linen draper, 6, Caftle-fireet. 

Dawfon f John) Woollcn-drap-r, 37, Caftle-fireet. 

Dawfon (Thomas) Toy-man, 1 2, Call e-fireet. 

Dawfon (William) Grocer, 22, S. gt. George" 's-ftreet. 

Day (Jabcz) Win: and Sprit- nerchant, 5, Ejfex-quay, 

Deady (James an ! Co.) Porter-merchants, Fijbamble-jheet. 

Dean (William and Co.) Glafs-manufaclurers, low. 105, Abbey-fireet. 

Deane (John) Merchant, 3, gt Long f:rd- treet. 

Deafe (Elias) Chandler, 25, E. Arran-flreet. 

Deafe (John) Flour-merchant, 29, Ufher^s-quay. 

Deafe (Matthew) Sk'-nner, 22, W 'at ling-fir eet . 

-f* Deafe (Patrick) Merchant, 41, U/he^s-quay. 

Dcbenham) (John) Engraver, 17, Cbarlemont-jheet. 

Deeluzeau (John) Wine-mer-. hant, $3, Abbey-Jtreet. 

Dedrickfon (Flc.) Danifh, Swed fh, and Dutch-broker, 3, Luke-fir eet. 

Deegan (Dennis) Tallow-chandlrr, 133, Francis- treet. 

De Jon ourt (ffaac) Tea, Wine. and Sprt-mercrunt, 30, Dame-ftreet. 

Dcdany (Hugh) Grocer, 132, Thomas- fireet. 

Delany (Patrick) Cotton-nrunulaclurcr, 16, Patrick-Jtreet. 

D.lany (William and Thomas) Woi lled-manufait. 19, Fordham^s-alley, 

D-lahoyde (Thorn «s) Hatter, |, Cork-bill. 

Delahoyde (Bernard) W.,tch-maker, 81, Damc- r treet. 

D-dahoyde (Thomas) Drugg'tt, 25, Ijiu. Or m:nd-quay. 

D landre (Bartholo mew) Goldlmith, 16, Skinner -rotv. 

Dempfey (Anthony) Pamter and Glaz er, 53, Rcltor.-fire£t. 

Dempfey ( Arthur) Cartver to [.a Touchers bunk, Cafile fireet. 

D mjiley (ChriOophcr) Grocer, 60, Mary s-lane. 

Dempfey (Ed.) Carpenter and Timber-merchant, 6, Bijbop-fireet . 

Dempfey (Francis) Grocer, 37, Mary" s-lane. 

i Dempfey (John and Sons) Merchants, 101, T^nfend fireet. 

DCmpfey (Luke) Upholder, 20, Cuffe-fireet. 

Dempfey (Michael) Carpenter, 15, Corn-market. 

Drmpfey (Nicholas) Tobaccon-ft, 20, W. Ne<w-rcw. 

Dempfey (Pttrick) Linen-draper, 37, Thcmas-ftreit 

Denham (W.lliam) DiftiHer, c,8, Wa* ling- fireet . 

Dennis (John) Merchant, 11, Hatukins-itreet. 

Dernam (John) Vintner, 47, EJJex-ftreet. 

Dermott (Chrirtopher) Taylor, 49, Golden-lane. 

Derrick (John) Timber-merchant, 4, Crofs-lane. 

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$6 Merchants and Traders. DOD 

Delmonts (Mary) Pawn-broker, 174, gt. Britain-Jlreet. 

Defpard (Samuel) Starch and Biue-manuf/a&urer, 81, Meath-Jlreet. 

Devereux (William) French-baker, 61 , Exchequer-Jireet. 

Devine (Hugh ) Holier, 41, High-ftreet. 

Devine (John) Grocer, 158, Abbey-jtreet. 

Devine (Nicholas) Weaver, 3, Sweeny^s-lane. 

Devine (Thomas) Gun fmith, 194, Abbey-ftreet. 

Devitt (Hugh) Baker, 3, Park-Jlreet. 

Dezouche (Ifaac) Upholder, 50, Aungicr-ftreet . 

Dezouche (Maiy) Haberdafhcr, 28, Bijhop-ftreet . 

-f-Dick (Samuel and Co.) Merchants, 13, Lmen-hall-Jlreet. 

Dickinfon (George) Bookbinder, 15, Sycamore-alley. 

Dickinfon ( John) Iron-monger, 10, up. Ormond-quay-fireet. 

Dickinfon (Jofeph, Will, and Daniel) Merchants, 10, U/her^s-quay. 
Dickinfon (William) Merchant, 9, Caflle-ftreet . 
Dickinfon (William) Shoe and Patten-maker, 74, Excbequer-Jlreet. 
Digby (John) Haberdafhcr, 147, Capel-Jtreet . 
Dillon and Aylward, Woollen-drapers, 5, Francis-fireet. 
Dillon (Edmond) Apothecary, 26, h<w. Ormond-quay. 
Dillon (Francis) Thread and Tape-manufaclurer, Behie-xu. 
Dillon (Francis) Wine-merchant, 180, Abbey-ftreet. 
-f-Dillon (James) Perfumer, 73, Graft on-ftreet. 
Dillon (John) Grocer, 4$, Ne<w-/lreet. 
Dillon (John) Linen-printer, 14, S. Brc<zvn-ftreet» 
Dillon (John) Shoe-maker, l6 y EJfex-qtcay. 
Dillon (John) Tobacconitt, 63, §>ueen-fireet. 
Dillon (Marfn) Salefmafter, 56, Smithfeld. 

Dillon (Maurice and Thomas) W0rlir.d-m.1nu fa&urers, 16, MarJis-alky. 

Dillon (Michael) Grocer, !2i, James" s-ftreet. 

D'llon (Michael) Merchant and Grocer, 43, Caftle-ftreet. 

Dillon (Richard) Wholefale Linen-draper, 16, Bridge-ftreet. 

Dillon (Thomas) Woollrn-draper, 5, Parltament-ftrcet % 

Dillon (Ann) Tallow-chandler, 50, Cuffe-Jlreet. 

Difney (Thomas) Chandler, 13, Chatham-ftreet . 

"f*Dixon (James) Tanner, Kilmainham. 

D xon (Jofc-pb) Cabinet-maker and Upholfrerer, 27, Mary-Jlreet, 

Dixon ( |o(hua) Shoe-maker, 4, lo*w. Ormond quay. 

Dixon (Samuel) Shoe-maker, 19, up. Ormovd-quay. 

Dixon (Thomas) Gun-maker, 42, up. Kevin-fir ect. 

Dixon (Thomas and Theophilus) Hofiers, 14, Cork-hill. 

Dixon (Thomas, jun ) Holier, 60, Dame-Jlreet. 

-f*Dixon (William) Merchant, 47, City-quay. 

Dobbins ( James) Net-maker, 4, up. Ormond-qtiay. 

Dobfon (Henry) Upholder and Auaioneer, 80, Capel-ftreet. 

Dodd (Bridget) Prcfor, 1$, Spttalfields. 

Dodd (Francis) Coach-rwkcr, 64, Ma>lborcugh-firect. 

Dodd (lames Jofeph) Seerifman and Grocer, 72, Thomas-ftrcet < 

Do.M (John) Upholfterer, 49, Bohon-jtreet. 

Dodd ( Nicholas) Broker, 31, Bride* s -alley. 

Podd (Richard) Amber Tabh*-be er-brewer, I, Stoneybatter-. 



DOW" Merchants and Traders. 37 

Doild (Richard and Michael) Dry-coopers and Merchants, North-wall 

Dodd (William) Diftilkr, 47, Smithfield. Office 29, Queen-fir eet. 

Doherty (Dennis) Linen-draper, 88, Pill-lane. 

Doherty (Kevin- Izod) Grocer, 56, Abbey-fireet. 

Doherty ( William-Izod) Jeweller, 57, Sac Hi lie-fir eet. 

fD'Olier ( Jeremiah) SheriffVpeer, Goldfmith and Jeweller, ^^Dame-ft. 

Dolan (Terence) Glover, 48, ? p., 1 , 

Donnelly (John) Grocer, 100,3 , ~ ane ' 

Donnelly (John) Perfumer, 165,, gt. Britain-fireet. 

Donnellan (Arthur) Linrn-draper, 19, Werburgh-fireet. 

Dormellan (Patrick) Cabinet-makes and Auctioneer, 13, Drcgheda-fir. 

Donnelly (John)* Grocer, 117, tfhomas-Jtreet. 

Donnelly (Margaret) Grocer, 7, PVocd-quay. 

Donoghue and Rofs, Linen-drapers and Haberdalhers, 3, Werburgh-Jtreet. 
Donohoo (Thomas ) Grocer and Mead-brewer, 27, Thomas -fir eet. 
Donovan (John) Apothecary, 27, Bride-flreet. 

fDonovan (James and George) China & Glafs-merchant, %% % George' s s-qu . 

Donovan ( William) J-weller, 16, Eufiace-fireet. 

Doolan and Otway, Woollen-drapers, 2, High-fit eet. 

Dooley ( John) Boot and Shoe-maker, 21, S. gt. George' s-fireet. 

Doolittle (William) Silk-manufa6turer, 31, 7 = 

Doian (Judith) Linen-di aper and Buckram-manufacturer, 3, \ Rrtti g e 'P ■ 

Doran ( William) Diltiller, 124, Francis-Jlreet. 

Doran (Patrick) Liiif n-draper, 67, 7 „ , , 

Doran (Thomas) Linen-draper, 33, J ' J 

Doran (Thomas) Mercer, 9, Francis-Jlreet. 

Doran (Thomas) Iron-monger, 16, Charles-fireet . 

Doran (Thomas) Tanner and Bed-rui niturc-manu'acturer, n^amefs'ftr. 

Dornin (Bernard) BookiVller and Stationer, 33, Grafton-ftreet. 

Dougherty (Chriftopher) Cabinet-maker, 42, Henry-firegt. 

Douglas ( Adam) Apothecary, 5, Clare-fireet. 

Douglas (Ann) Linen-draper, 144, James" 's-fireet. 

Douglas (John) Woollen-draper, 6, Ujher's-quay. 

Dowdall (Chr'fiophci ) Siik-dyer, 13, Cook-ftreet. 

Dowdall (Patrick) Oil, Flour and Wool-factor, 5, Engine-alley. 

Dowell (Patrick) Apothecary, 14, Abbey-Jtreet. 

Dowker (Jane) Ribbon-manufacturer, 97, Bride fireet, 

Dow Ian (James) Brazier, 199, gt. Britain Jlreet. 

Dowling (Hannah) Milliner, 92, Grafton-jtreet. 
Dowling (Jane) Grocer, 4, Fatrick-Jtreet . 

Dowling (Jjne ) Grocer, 20, Co:mbe. 
Dowling (John) Paper-maker, 4, Cock-fired. 
Dowling (John) Patten-maker, 32, Fill-lane. 
Do wing (John) Wine and Porter-merchant, 92, Grafton-fiteet . 
Dowling (jofcpb) Iron-monger, 53, S. gt. George's- 1 treet. 
Dowling (Patrick) Cutler and Broker, 2, Bride' s-alley. 
Dowling (Peter) Tin-plate- worker, 30, Najfau-fireet. 
Dowlng and PletTy, Milliners, 59, 6". gt. George' street. 
Dowbng ( R;charii) Woollen-weaver, 6, Ward's- hill. 
Dowling (Vincent) Prnt-fcller and Perfumer, 13, Su^'elk-firee^ 



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Downes (Eleano' ) Haberdaftier, 60, 5. gt. Gcorge^s-fireet, 
Downes (George) Lin€*-draper, 19, 5. King ftreet. 
Downey (AnJrcw) Skinner, 10, S. New-row. 
Downey (Hugh) Sales-mutter, 12, Br unj wick ftreet. 
Downry (Richard) Skinner, 60, W at ling-Jit eet. 
Doyle (Bai tholomcw) Grocer, 48, Graftov-jtreet. 
Doyle (Bartholomew) Grocer, 76, eld Cburch-ftreet. 
Doyle (Catharine) Brazier, 17, Aungier-fireet. 
Doyle (Daniel) Taylor, 12, Fijhamble-Jtreet. 
Doyle (Denis) Gtocer, 50, Peddle. 
Doyle (James) Grocer, 36, 6\ New-row. 
Doyle (John) Meafurer, 7, Clarendon-Jlreet. 

Doyle (Jofeph and Benjamin) Table-beer-brewers, Bonkam-ftreet. 
Doyle (Kearns) Shoe-maker, 9, Golden-lane. 
Doyle (Michael) Leather-filler, 1, W. New-row. 
Doyle (Michael) Poulterer, 23, Fifier^s-lane. 
Doyle (Murtagh) Grocer, 98, Fill-Lane. 
Doyle (Patrick ) Grocer, 48, Kevin-ftreet. 
Doyle (Pamck) Grocer, > > ■ , ? ^ W . >f f ,. 
Doyle (Peter) Mcalurcr, 29, J J 
Doyle (Richard) Merchant, ri, George* s-hilL 
Doyle 'and Roe, Merchants, 20, Temple-bar. 
Doyle (RuiTell) Timber-merchant, 4, 5. Earl-ftreet. 
Doyle (Timothy) Carpenter and Timber-merchant, EI, Bijh op -ftreet. 
DrafTen (Ellis Matthew) Matter of the Mercantile Academy, $%,D~rfet ft 
Drake (Edward and Moles) Plumbers, 1, Temple-bar. 
Draper (George) Haberdaftier, 70, > \ Grafton-ftreet. 

Draper (George, jun.) Bookfelkr and Stationer, ji^S J 
Drew (Jamfs) Grocer, 114, Capel-fireet. 
Drew (Michael) Apothecary, 15, Niche las-Jlreet. 
Drew (Patrick) Fruit-merchant, 26, Boot-lane. 
Dnfcoll (John) Grocer and Spirit-merchant, 16, Temple kar. 
Drifcoll (fohn) Taylors Trimming-lhop, 11, Johns-lane, 
Drumgoole (Charles) Apothecary, 5, Fleet- ftreet. 
Drought (John) Hatter, 10, Temple-bar. 
Drought (Ralph) Iron-monger, 59, High-ftreet. 

Drought (William) Paper-rtainer and HoulV-painter, 49, Temple-bar. 

Druitt (Edward) Slate-merchant, 11, Bachelor* s-walk. 

Drury (John) Die-finker and Seal-cutter, 113, low. Coombe. 

Drury (Stewart Henry ) Lottery-officc-keeper, $% y Dame-/lreet, & $ % Capcl-Jl. 

Drury (Thomas Bat?) Silk and Riband- weaver, 61, Tbomas-Jireet. 

Drury (William Hcn< y) Grocer, 1, EJfex-gg'e. 

Dry (John) Clothier, 2, JVeaier^-fijuare. 

Dry (William) Hofier, 3, Meath ftreet. 

Dubois (Charles) Merchant cV Manufacturer of Perfumes, 39, Moore fir. 
Duv.hc/ne and Toumant, Mill mers and Haberdalhers, 31, G*a/:on-Jit eft . 
Duckctt (John and Thomas) Linen-drapers, rco, 7 g n j g n rest 1 
Ducrofs (Samuel Peter) Tin-pLte- worker, 2, $ " " " d 
Dudgeon (Samuel and John) Woollen-drapci s, 44, Pill-Ian!'. 
Duff (George) Tu-man, 5, Mary-ftrcc:. 



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39 



Duff (Laughlin) Chandler, 10, gt. Longferd-ftreet, 

Duff (Luke) Cooper, 3, Mat Ib^rough-Jireet. 

Duff (Patrick) Tanner, 8, Jcbn-Jireet. 

Duff (Richard) Baker, 14, IV, Arran-flreet. 

Duff (Terence) Skinner, Galivay 's-ivalk 

Duff (Thomas) Meal-man, 49, N. Kivg-ftreet. 

"f-Duffy (John) Wholcfale Linen-draper, 4, UJler^s-quay, 

Duffy (Patrick) Butcher, 57, Brunjuvick-Jlreet. 

Duffy (William) Grocer, 1, Bolton-fireet. 

Dugdale (Bennett) Printer and Book feller, 150, Capel Jlrcet. 

Duggan (Michael) Shoe-maker, 43, PV. New r civ. 

Duigan (Edward) Apotheca> y, 45, Mary-ftreei* 

Duigan (Thomas) Vintne!, 5,, Valace-flt eet. 

Duigenan (Miles) Grocer and Wine-merchant, 68, Grafton-Jlreet, 



Dumoulin (Pollina) Boarding fchool-miltrefr, 37, Stephens- green. 
•fDuncan (William, James and John) Merchants, 22, Bereifcrd flreet* 
Dungan (Laurence) Livery-itable-kecper, Stable-Icne t Abbey-fireet. 
Dungan (Robert) Rope-maker, 45, IV. New-row. 
Dunn (Dennis) Corn-chandler, 13, Mtath-Jlreet. 
Dunn (Edward) Grocer, 13, Dorjet-Jlreet. 
Dunn (Edward) Groctr, 45, Fijh amble- jtreet 

Dunn (Edward) Watch and Clock-Tinker, 188, gt. Brit ain-jlr get. 
Dunn and Hinck?, Ship-biokeis, Office, 3, Lijburn-fi & Cuftom-fjoufe-quay, 
Dunn (James) G'occr, 36. Jeriisjlreet . 
Dunn (James) Pa per-fta trier, 70, S. gt. George^s-Jlreet. 
Dunn (John) Tanner, Dolphin-barn. 
Dunn (John) Grocer, 16, Hgnry-jtreet, 
Dunn (John) Holier, 13, Corn-market, 
Dunn (John) Merchant, 3, Crane-lane. 
Dunn (Jofeph) Tanner, 47, Csrk-jtreet. 
Dunn ( Patrick) Peruke-maker, 6, Crow-frreet. 
Dunn (Patrick) Tobacconifr, 1, W atlhg-flrcet. 
Dunn (Richard) Papct-ftainer, 17, Steyhen-Jireet, 
Dunn (Thomas) But her, 86, Patrick- tree!. 
Dunn (Timothy) Corn-chandler, 85, < Tb:mas-Jlree»\ 
Dunn (Valentine) Iron-monger, $2, Cajile-jtresi . 
Dupre (Nathaniel) Carver, 87, Graflan fireet. 
Dwen (Huyh) Holier, 41, Ktgh-fireet. 
Dwiga/i (Anne) Grocer, 24, up. Qrmond-qaay. 
Dwyer (Jeremiah) Merchant, 12. Bachelors -walk, 
Dwyer (Lawrence) Holier, 3, EJfex'Jtreet. 
Dwyer ( Philip) Mufician, 15, Chatham-jtt eet. 
Dwyer (Thomas) Flour-merchant, if, Earl-JIreet, 
Dyke (William) Merchant, IQ, Aflon's-quay. 
Dyton (Timothy) Gazette-printer, 21, gt. Sbip-fire/', 

E. 

Eadcs (Ghriftopher) Grocer, 2, Caz'.n-ftrcet, 





40 Merchants and Traders. ENN 

Eades (Sarah) Fifhing-tackle-maker, 24, up. Ormond- quay. 

Eades (Thomas) Fi<hing-tackle-maker, 143, Capil-ftrect. 

Eagan (Darley) Fa&br, Tarn-hall. 

Eagle (Henry) Lin".n-draper, 75, Dame-ftreef. 

Eames (Jimes) Gun- maker, 57, 5. King-ftreet. 

Early (Hugh) Lin-n-lraprr, 41, Willi am- ftr eet. 

Early (Patrick) Yarn-fa6tor, 5, Tarn-hall. 

Eaton (Benjamin) Carpenter, 152, Thcmas-ftreet. 

•f-F.ccles (John) Merchant, io, Eccles-ftreet. 

-j-Eccles (Samu-1) Merchant, 63, Bolton- ftr eet. 

Ecclelton (Robert) Jeweller, 14, Dame-court. 

Edear (Pat-ick) Seedfman, 13, James* s -ftr eet. 

Edmiilon (William) Linen and Woollen-draper, 60, High-Jlreit. 

Edmundfon ( Jofhua) L'nen-draper, 45, Bridge- fir eet. 

Edwards (John) Dntiller, 61, Fleet-ftreet. 

Edwards (Phebe) Dealer in Tea, 60, Exchequer-Jlreet. 

Edwards (William) Gunfmith, 1, Palace-ftreet. 

Edwards (William) Shoe-maker, 45, gt. Ship-ftreet. 

Egan and Cardiff, Woollen-drapers, 19, High-Jlreet. 

Egan (John) Carver, 10, UJber' s-court . 

Egan (John) Flour-fa6tor, 33, Arran-quay^ 

Egan (Laurence) Carpenter, 10, UJber's -court. 

Egan (Mark) Clothier, 16, Braithnvatt-ftreet. 

-f*Egan (Robert) Merchant, 30, Bi/hop-ftreet. 

Egart (William) Glover, 52, Cook-jlreet. 

Egcrton (Ed.) Starch and Hair-powder-manufa&urer, 164, eld Church-ft- 
Egglefo (Peter) Cabinet-maker and Upholder, 41, Stafford-ftreet. 
Ellerton (John) Grocer, 5, George'' s-Jlr eet. 

Elliott (Catharine) Hemp, Flax and Rope-manufa&urer, 95, Thomat-ftr. 

Elliott (James) Slater, 155, old Church-ftreet. 

Elliott (Gilbert) Slater, 41, Beresford-ftreet. 

Elliott (Peter) Sadler, 13, Parliament- ftr eet. 

Ellis (George) Stone-cutter, 48, MecJtlinburgh-Jlreet. 

Ellis (James) Shoe-maker, 126, Capel- ftt cet. 

EH>s (John) Tea-merchant, 8, Mary-ftreet. 

Ellis (Joi'eph) Cabinet-maker, 35, Stafford-Jlreet. 

Ellis (William) Baker, 54, old Church-ftreet. 

Elwood (James) Brazier and Tin- plnc-worker, 127, N. King-ftreet. 

Elwood (Ann<;) Hatter, 100, Grafton-Jtreet. 

Emcrfon (Thomas) Mderman, 18, 7 TTa » -n 1 
v /• itB'W ( pi • ' >UJher s-ijland. 

Emedon (William) Sk'nucr, 24, 3 J J 

Bogtifti (Benjamin) Turner and Pump-borer, 8, Hawkins' s-ftr eet. 

En^liuS (John) Wine-nacrcbant, 40, Toivnjend-ftrcet. 

Enais ( Andrerw) Bakei , cq, 6" gt. Geirge's-ftreet . 

Enn c (Andrew) LeUher-fc llei, 36, Winetavern-ftreet. 

Ennis (Andrew) Pat ten -maker, 50, Charles- ftr eet. 

Ennis (Andrew) Tsllow-cliaiK'lcr. 9, Moor e-Jlr eet. 

■fEnnisami E^an, WholeJale-linen-rirapers, 14, Bridge-ftreet. 

Ennis (James) Baker, 25, Graf' y 9ti-ftt eet. 

Rnnis (James) Baker, 27, /. Mary-fit eet. 



FAR Merchants and Traders. 41 



Ennis (James) Tin-plate4worker, 122, Thomas-ftreet, 

Ennis (James) Wholefale-linen-draper, 9, Bridge-Jlreet* 

Ennis (John) Dry-cooper and Merchant, 1, Cooke } s-lane y W atling-fireet. 

Ennis (Lawrence) Baker, 25, Graften-Jlreet. 

Ennis (Patrick) Baker, 38, Exchequer-j'treet. 

Ennis (Richard) Bookfeller, 62, Tbomas-jtreet. 

Ennis and Smith, Silk-manufacturers, 25, Bridge-ftreet. 

Eldall (William) Engiaver, 3, Gordon* s-lane. 

•f-Efkilfon (George) Timber-mtrchant, 45, City-quay, 

Efmond (John) Lace-man, 17, Cutpurfe-roiv. 

Efperiatt (Daniel) Joiner and Biljiard-table-maker, 14, Cope-fireet, 

Efpy (William) Chymift and Diitiller, 14, gt. Ship-Jlreet. 

Evans (James) Confectioner, 1 15,? r . ? n 

Evans (Michael) Shoe-maker, S7^ J P ■ 

Evans (Richard) Engineer, 2$, <$ueeti-ftreet. 

Evans (Thomas) Pump-borer and Turr.er, 122, low. Coombe. 

Evans (William) Hardware-merchant, 67, Pill-lane. 

Evans (William) Merchant, 73, Meath-Jireet. 

Evatt (John) Upholder and Auctioneer, 26, Henry-Jlreet. 

Euftace (Allen) Cotton-manufacturer, 30, Back-lane. 

Euftace (Nicholas) Linen. (Ira per, 19, Corn marker. 

Euftace (Rowland) Mak-diftiller and Spirit -mei chant, 14, Pill-lane, 

fEwing (Patrick) Flax-dreftVr, 76, James's-fireet. 

Exfhaw (John) Alderman and Bookfeller, 98, Graft on-Jlreet. 

Eyre (Jofeph) Stay-maker, 6, Anglejea-flreet. 

" F. 

Fagan (John) Linen-draper, 45, Back-lane. 

Fagan (Michael) Glazier, 93, Pill-lane. 

Fagan (Peter) Carpenter, 10, Paradi'e-ro<w. 

Fagan (Sulannah) China {hop, 42, W ' illam-ftreet. 

Fagan (Richard) Baker, 26, \ p JI , 

Fagan (Thomas) Merchant, 24, j 

Fagan (William) Grocer, 95, Toivnfend-ftreer. . ) ' 

Fairfield (John) Woollen-draper, 13, Francis-Jlr-eet. 

Falkiner (Catharine) 'Butcher, 18, Caftle-market. 

Falkner (William) Grocer, 20, Graf on-ftreet. 

Fallon (Edward) Wool-comber, 37, SkinneSs-alley. 

Fannin (Jamts) Ciotbier, 12, Braithivait-fireet. 

Fann ; n (Mary) Woollen-draper, 7, John's-lane. 

Fannin (Nicholas) Merchant, 48, IV. Ne<w-ro<w. 

Fannin (Robert) Cabimt-maker and Auctioneer, 15, Bride's-alley, 

Faran (James) Currier, II, Back-lane. 

Faian^c (John) Merchant, 27, Bachelors-walk. 

Farnal (Thomas) Buckle and Button-manufacturer, 9, Yifher's-lane. 

Farington (John) Varnifher and Japaner, 2, Charlemont-Jireet. 

Farrcll (Cornelius) Butcher, 12, Otmond-viarket, and 2, Halfton-jlreet » 

Parrel (Edward) Butcher, 3, Caftle-market. 

Farrcll (Garret) Hofier, t, Linen-hall-ftreet. 

Farrell (H.nry) Grocer, 142, Thomas -freet. 

Farrcll (Henry) Merchant, 29, Arrmn-quay\ 



42 Merchants and Traders. 



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Farrel (James) Cabinet-msJo - , io, Bride* s-alley. 

Farrell (James) Brewer, Blackpitts. 

Farrcll (Juhn) Diftiller, 6, Brabazon-Jlreet. 

Farrcll (Luke) Merchant, |i, N. Anne-ftreet. 

Farrcll (Mi hael) Grocer, 5, Cock-hill. 

Farrcll (Patrick) Grocer, 24, eld Churck-ftreet. 

Farrcll (Prter) Ddtiller, 16, Bol'on-Jheet. 

Far-cll (Petei) Shoe-moker, to, Denmark-flreet, 

Farrell (Robert) Coach-broker, 16, A". Anne-Jlreet. 

Farn.ll (Robert) Dver and Scourerer, 77, Cock-Jlreet. 

Far- ell (Thomas) Pawn-broker, 1, Meath-ftreet , 

Farrelly (Michael) Rntchc, ?6, Caflle-market. 

Faulkiner (Thomas Todvi) C ty-pnrrter, 15, Parliament -ftreet . 

Fay. ere (Henry) Taylor, 60, Flee'-ftreet. 

Favvcet (Andrew) P«per-manufa£turr r , 38, Strand-Jlreet. 

Fawcctt (James) Woollen-draper, 4, High-ftrcet. 

•f* Fawcctt (John) Watch -maker and Optican, 3, Graftcn-Jlreet. 

Fawcrtt ( Jofep'i) Leathei-cutter & Sadlery Hardware-merch. ^W.New-r. 

Fay (Catharine) Grocer, 1 14, James* s-ftreet. 

Fay (Laurence) Linen-draper, 40, Dame-Jlreet. 

Fay (M^rgara) Baker, 62, Back-lane. 

-f-Fay (William) Merchant, 105, James*s-ftreet. 

Faylc ( Jofhua Thomas) Set-cooper and Flour-merchant, 6, <S. Earl fir cet. 
Favle (Samuel) Factor, 67, Mea'k-'treet 

Fayie (Thomas) Thread and Tape-manufacturer, 65, Tbomas-ftreet. 

Feehan (Michael) Grocer, 5, Park-Jlreet. 

Fegan (P.ernard) Flour Warc-hou!e, 41, Meath-flreet. 

Fennel (Lumens) Batcher, 76", Patrick-ftreet* 

Fergufon (Andrew) Engraver 2nd Prinr-lellcr, 2, Torh-fireet. 

F-ri gulon (John) Merchant, 8, Dorfet-ftreet. 

Fer^ulon (Mary) Tea- wart-houlV, 5?, Da-wfcn-ftreet. 

f Fvins (John) Wme-merchant, 44, Abbey-Jireet. 

Fcrnficy (James) Carpenter and Tool miker, 37, Camden- ft reet. 

Fenall (Francis) Merchant, 19a, Abbey-Street. 

JFerrall (James and Chaik-s) Wh;fkty and Flour-factors, Smock-alley. 

Fcrrall (Patrick) Mrrchant, 90, Abbey-Jheet. 

•f-Ferrah (Jarm .<■) Sakfnaltei , 12, Bay-market, Smttkfeld. 

i cally (John) G occr, 6, Tripih. 

^*Perral (John) Grocer an«i Tobacconi.'t, $i, eld Ckurcb-ftreet . 
Fena! (Ro'oei t) 1'hi cad-mamraclurcr, 38, Bridge-Jlreet . 
f Ferrier( Alexander Sc Co.) Silk gauz--rnanura£turers, ^^Fijhamble-jlrett. 
Trrry (Leopold ) Perfumer, 89, Marlb:rou^h-f r reet. 

Field (Clae& Co.) Starch Qc Stonr-blue-m a n uraclurers, iy y cldCburcb-Jl. 
Field an.f Tighe, Bleachers, 156, Thomas fireet. 
P.ield (Booth J Mraiu e , 31, CowftitvtioiMll, 

Fielding [ Ch: fihtr) Boot and Shoe- maker, 32, l:*to. Ortn:nd 2**fr 
Fielding (Mar!<) Herald-painter, 13, g'. S/ip-Jlreet. 
T iggis (Samuel) Porter-merchant, Temple* fane. 
Finaghty tad Bonnar, lobacconilt.*, 34, High-Jlreet. 
-Tiraghty (JamcP) Holier, iot, Abbey- 'tree!. 



FIT Merchants and 'Traders. 43 



Finlay (John) Stay-maker, 11, Eufiace-fireet. 

Finigan (Luke) Taylor and Ladies Habit-maker, 90, Dcrfet-Jireet. 

Finlay (Chriftop.) Upholder, Cabinet-maker & A ucTtionee.r, 144, Abbey-fir* 

Finlay (John and Co.) Bankers, 12, up. Ormond-quay. 

Finlayibn (Henry) Shoe-maker, 129, Capel-Jlrtet. 

Finlay (George) Hofier, 17, Corn-market. 

Finn (Charles) Haberdalhers, 20, Cafile-fireet. 

Finn (Daniel) Hatter, 14, up. Ormend-quay. 

Finn (Patrick) Tallow-chandler, 71, old Cburcb-fireet. 

Finn (Richard) Currier, 20, Winet aver n- fir eet. 

Finny (James) Cutler, 37, Henry-flreet. 

Fifher (Henry) Velvet-manufadturer, 12, W. Cole-alley. 

Fiflier (John) New-diapery-manu r acturer, 9$, Francis-fir eet. 

Filher (Jonathan) Artilt, 39, gt. Sbip-ftreet. 

Fifher (SamueJ) Houlc-painter and Paper ftainer, 35, Aungier-firett, 
Fdlier ( Will. am) Silk-manufacturer, 4, Hanover- jtr eet. 
Fitzgerald (Ann) Milliner, 44, College-green. 
Fitzgerald (Catharine) Grocer, 2, Fijh amble-fir eet. 

FitzGcrald (Edward) Engravrrand Copper-piate-printer, i^^Capel-ftreet* 
Fitzgerald (Frances) Mantua-maker, 46, Exchequer-fir eet. 
Fitzgerald (George) Tallow-chandler, 77, gt^peorge^s-ftreet. 
•fFitzGerald (George) Brazier and Tin-plate- woi ker, 44, Mary-fired. 
Fitzgerald (George) Umbrella-maker and Turner, 55, S. gt. George' 1 s-fireci . 
Fitzgerald (Margaret) Linen-draper and Haberdafhcr, 3, PVilliam-fireet* 
FitzGcrald (Martin) Carpenter, 26, low. Kevin- /beet. 
FitzGerald (Thomas) Perfumer, 37, Henry-jtreet. 
Fitzgerald (William) Small-beer-brcwer \% y Hazukifis^s-ftreet.) 
Fitzhtrris (Chrillopher) Baker, 16, Duke-ftreet. 
Filzharns (Francis) Woollen-draper, 6, Corn-market . 
Fitzpatrick (Abigail) Haberdafher, -14, Whitefriar-ftrect . 
Fitzpatiick (Catharine and Hefter) Stay-makers, 12, Stafford-firce . 
Fitzpatrick (Chri(topher) Cooper, 29, Exchequer-jtreet. 
Fitzpatrick (Hugh) Printer and Bookfeller, 2, up. Ormond-quay. 
Fitzpatrick (John) Chandler, 62, 'Tbomas-ftreet. 

Fuzpjtrick (John) Flax, Hemp, St Sail-cloth-manuf. 23, W. New-rc':\ 

Fitzpatrick (John) Grocer, 11, Digges-Jlreet. 

Fitzpatrick (John) Grocer, 32, Fredenck-Jireet. 

Fitzpatrick (John) Slater, 36, Beres ford-fir eet. 

F tzpatrick (Michael) Collar-maker, 93, Tbomas-fireet. 

Fitzpatrick (Patrick) Factor and Engraver, 12, Fownes's-fireet. 

Fitzpatrick) Patrick) Grocer, 15, Blackpits. 

^Fitzpatrick (Philip) Merchant, 14, Henry-fireet. 

F tzpatrick (Thomas) Grocer, 37, low* Ormond-quay. 

Fitzpatrick (Valentine) Apothecary and Druggift, 13, N. King-firte: 

Fitztimons (Anne) Grocer, 10, Patrick-fireet. 

Fitzfimon-s (Chrillopher) Grocer, 16, Stoneybatter. 

Fitzfimons 'iChridopher) Fruit merchant, 27, Copperoalley. 

Fitzltmons (James) Baker, 78, Francis-ftreet. 

Fitzlimons (James) Diftiller, 17, Crane-firect. 

Fitzfimons ( james) Merchant, 187, Abbey-ftrett . 

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Fitzfimons (Jane) Whclefale and Ruail-dift ller, 17, Crane-lane. 

Fitzfimons (Nicholas) Baker, 6, Tciunfend-fireet. 

Fitzfimons (Parrick) Factor, 18, Smithfield. 

Fitzfimons (Richard) Jeweller, 19, Croiv-fireet. 

Fitzfimons (Richard) Baker, 91, James* s-fireet. 

Fivey (oeorge) Watch-maker, 142, Capel-Jtreet. 

Flaherty (John) Serge-factor, 4, Tripilo. 

Flahtfty (John) Tobacconilt, 1, Graf ton-fir ee). 

Flanagan (James) Grocer, 39, Winet aver n-fir eet. 

F lanary (Andrew and James) Chapmen and Dealers, 73J, James* s-fir eet. 

Fl2rwood (John B.) Iron-monger, 24, Mary-ftreet. 

Fleming (Charles) Vintner, 9, Eufiace ftreet. 

Fleming (Chriftopher) Shoe-maker, 157, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Fleming (Hugh) Watch-maker, 33, old Church-fir eet. 

Fleming (James) Thread and Tape-manufaclurer, Jameses fir eet. 

Fleming (Mary and Son) Salefmatters, 5, Smi hfield. 

Fleming (Patrick) Coal-factor, 33, low Or mend -quay. 

Fleming (Robert) Grocer, 15, old Church- fireet. 

Fleming (Peter) Fru'terer, 5, Mountrath-fireet. 

Fleming (Thomas) Cabinet-maker and Upholder, 26*, An drew -fir eet. 

Fleming (Thomas) Alderman and Card-maker, a, Smock-alley. 

Fleming (Thomas) Shoe-maker, 197, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Fleming (Valentine) Merchant, 9, Jervis -ftreet. 

Fleming (William) Brufh-maker, 16, eld Church fireet, 

Fleming (William) Taylor, 10, /. Brit ain-ftr eet. 

Fletcher ( James) Merchant, 79, Capel-ftreet. 

Fletcher ( Robert) Mercer, 22, Francis fireet. 

Fletcher (Robert) Taylor, 18, Michael" s-lane. 

Flinn (James) Pointer, 39, Poolbeg-ftreet. 

Flinn (John) Baker, 26, Thomas -fireet. 

Flinn (John) Grocer, 28, up. Ormond-quay. 

Flinn (Nicholas) Flour-bag-manufadturcr, 39, Aficn^s-qu/xy. 

Flinn and Kelly, Merchants, 171, old Church -fir eet. 

Flinn (Patrick) Silk, Worfted, and Cotton-manufacturer, 17 ^AJk-fireet. 

Flood (Chriltopher) Spirit-merchant, 15, //.'. Britain-fir eet. 

Flood (Daniel) Brulh-manuta&urer, 9, Brujh-roiv. 

Flood (Henry) Sail-maker, 11, Mojs-fireet . 

FLood (Hugh) Chv.ndler, 149, eld Chuych-ftreet. 

Flood (James) Cabinet-maker and Upholder, 40, Graf ton-fir eet. 

Flood (James) Cheefe-monger, 5, Temple-bar. 

Flood (Matthias) Tallow-chandler, 13, Boot-lane. 

Flood (Patrick) Sail-maker, 11, Mofs-fireet, & 28, George* s-quay. 

Flower (F.dward) Pin-maker, 76, Pill-lane. 

Flower ( Mark) Pin-maker, 25, old Churck-fireet. 

Fogarth (Andrew) Button and Trimming-merchant, 55, Cafile-Jt) eci. 

Fourth (John) Hofier, 24, Stephen-jireet. 

Fogarty (John) Cheefe-monger, 6, Henry-ftreet. 

Folds (Rfcbard) Holier, %% 9 Skimier-ro<w. 

Foley (Catharine) Grocer, 27, Pill-lane. 

Foley (Luk.?) Tin -plate- wwkcr, 24, Capel-fireet. 



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Merchants and Traders. 



45 



Foley (Patrick) Brafs-manufaclurer, 179, Abbey-ftreet. 
■f-Folie (John) Merchant, 40, Bolton fir eet % 

Folingfley (George) Bookfeller, and Lottei y-office-keeper, 17, Dame-fir. 
Fontaine (John) Dancing-mafter, 43, Tozunfend-Jlreet. 
Foot (Lundy and Son) Tobacconifts, 9, Ejjex-bridge. 
Foot (Robert) Silk and Worfted-manuraclurer, 29, Ccombe. 
-f'Forbes and Mulock, Merchants, 24, N. Anne-fireet. 
•fForbes (Kdward) Merchant, 24, Bachelor' s-ivalk. 
-f-Forbes and Roberts, Mrrchants, 12, lonv. Ormond-quay. 
Forbes (Richard) Perfumer, 9, Duke-flreet. 
Forbes (William) Cloth-merchant, 3, old Ckurch- r treet. 
Ford (Alice) Thread and Tape-roan ufa&urer, 50, 7 hemas-ftreet . 
Ford (Jam *) Engraver, 14, EJJ'ex-quay. 
Ford (Luk<-) Apothecary, 18, Moore-jireet. 
Ford (Luke) Hatter, 25, Parliament fir eei . 



Ford (Thomas) Teacher or' the Mathematics, 27, Peter fireet. 

Ford (W.) Teacher of Writing and Accounts 92, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Foikey (William) Sto( k:ng-manufac~rurer, 6, Carman-hall. 

Forfter (Allen) Iron-monger, 31, Najfau^ftreet. 

Fortter (Robert) Me rchant, 16, Doret-fireet. 

Foller (William) Grocer, 7, UJber y s-court. 

Fotteral (John) Baker, 90, Fleet-ftreet. 

Fowkes (Bernard and Co.) DruggiOs, 50, Caftle-ftreet* 

Fowler (Chriltophcr ) Clothier, 4, Pcol-Jtreet. 

Fowler (John) Coach-maker, 6", Baggot-flreet . 

Fowler (J ohn ) Weaver, 35, Fordham's- alley. 

Fowler (Lewis and John) Ticken and Cotton-manufa^urers, 6$, Hi 
Fox (Anthony) Bookfeller and Stationer, 49, Thomas-fir eet. 
fFox (George) Merchant, 46, Capel-ftreei . 
Fox (John) Ivory-turner, 58, Grafton- jlreet. 
Fox (ivlary) B?by-i; nc n-msker, 15, Trinity-fireet. 
Fox (Patrick) Grocer, 23, UJher's -quay. 
Fox (Richard) Poplin and StufF-meuer, 24, Francir-firect, 
Fox (Thomas) StufT-manu!'ad>urfr, 13, Carman-ball. 
Fox (William) Clothier, 14, Chambre-ftreet. 
Foxall (Zachariah) Jo ner, 16, King 1 s-inns-quay. 
Foxall (Zach*riah) Linen-di apcr, iz, Nii h:las-firtet . 
Franklui (Richard) Hatter, 69, Mary\-lane. 
Frafer and Reed, Army-agents, 9, Henry-Jlreet. 
rrayo (Michael) Shoe-maker, 7, Golden-lane. 
f rayne (Richard) Merchant, 44, Ufier's-quay. 
Frayne (Willi m.i) Linen-draper, 61, Back-lane* 
F'tar (lUa^) Slater, 1, Letts. 
•f-Frrn.h and Baily, Merchants, 45, Abbey-firee\ 
trench and Evatt, Drug^ills, 13, Ex change -fir eet. 
French (Dominiek) Merchant, 55, Abbey-fir eet. 
Trench (James) Taylor, 123, Capel-fireet. 
French (Francis) Merchant, 4., George" s -hill. 
Trtth (George) '/mbrella-maker, 4, Ejfex-ftreet. 




Merchants and Traders. GA f 

Freymuth (Julia) Milliner and Haberdaflier, 18, Hcr.ry-Jlreet. 
Frv (Peter) Shoe-maker, II, 7 A7 . , . - 

Fry [Williim) Livery-l.ce-weaver, 39 , 1 M**"*"* 
Fulham (Thomas) Hofier, 87, Graj'on-Jlreet. 
Fullam (Patrick) Woollen-draper, 8, W '. Nc<w-r:™. 
Fullam (Thomas) Grocer, 181, eld Church-Jlrceu 

•f Fuller (John and Thoma?) Wine-merchants and Fa&ors, 75, Meath-Jv . 

Fullerton (Allen) Card-maker, 5, Church-lave. 

Fulron (Ellas) Carp-nter, 6, Pttt-Jlreet. 

Fury and Lcland, Hitters, 78, Meath-ftreet. 

Fury (John) Haberdaflier, 138, N. King-ftreet. 

Fury (John) Hufbandry Artilt, 4, Hawktns^ s-fireet. 

Fyans (John) Hatter, 15, Meath-Jlrcet. 

Fyans (Robert) Yarn and Cotton-merchant, 31, ¥b:mas-Jltrct. 
Fyans (Talbot) Crocer, 18, Poolbfg ftreet. 

G. 

Gafney (Thomas) Fruiterer, 78, Capel-Jlreet. 

Gahan (John) Peruke-maker, 40, Cajlle-Jlrect. 

Gale (John) Grocer, 23, Cuffe-ftreet. 

Gale (Grantham) Hofier, 26, Grafton-ftreet. 

Gallagher (George) Carpenter, 100, Ctrcmbe. 

Gallagher Patrick) Earth-n-ware-ftiop, 42, ATta'b-jlreet. 

Gallagher (Richard) Looking-glafs-maker, H, EJJtx-quay. 

Gallagher (Thoma.) Bntcber, 8;. ? p atriii . fireet . 

Gallagher (Thomas) Butcher, i 6, J 7 

Gallant (William) Apothecary, 99, Coombe. 

j" Gal way (Win. G. and D.) Merchants, 26", iV. Anne-Jlr.\t. 

Gamble (John) S'loe-niaker , 30, Effex-Jlreet. 

Gamble (Mary) Mantua-maker, 28, Clat endc-i : /}reet. 

Gamble (Samuel) Linen-draper, 64, Htgh-Jircct. 

Gandon (James) Architect, 7, Mecklenburgh-flreet . 

Gannon (Bartholomew) Linen-draper, 22, Ccm-marke* . 

Gannon (James) Baker, 119, eld Churcb-f.^ . 

Gannon (John) Linen-draper, 27, Corn-market. 

Gannon ( }ohn) Tobacconilt, 146, Thomas-Jheet. 

Gannon (Patrick) Cooper, 16, Temple-bar. 

Gannon (Thomas) Leather-cutter, 59, Back-lane. 

G*idner (John) Cabinet-mak> r, 21, Aungier-JJree 1 . 

Garner (bamuel) Pin-maker, u, eld Church-Jlreet. 

Garnett (George) Tea-merchant, 41, Arranquay. 

Gartfide (Robert) Salt-rehner tnd Lime-turner, 46, 6\ King-ftreet. 

Garty (George) Watch-maker, 30, Willi av.- ft reet . 

Garvey (Margaret) Mohair and Trimmni-maaur". 47, fVormwocd-gati, 

Gallon (Thomas T.) Factor, 157, Thcmas-flreet. 

fGault (B'njarrvn) Hu;h Sheritl'and Merchant, 16, Marys -abbey. 

Gaultrinn (Chnflopher) Yai n-manu'adtu er, 19, Nicholas-ftreet. 

Gautier (Cornelius) Winc-coop.-r, 30, gt. Strand-Jireet . 

Gaynor (Bartholomew) Turner, 93, Francis-Jlreet. 

Gaynor (Hu*h) Wine-cooper, 33, Tcm/Je-bar. 

^Gaynor (JarneO Merchant and Colton-manuraftui er, F7, N. King-Jtreet, 



GIL Merchants and T raders. 47 

Gaynor (Michael) Cork-cutter, 19, low. Exchange-Jlreet. 

fGeale (Ebenezer, Frederick, and Daniel) Mrcaants, 7 , Bachelor's-nualk. 

Geale Ebenezer) Iron-monger, 193, 7 , - 

Geale (George) Stay-maker, 27, $ Jtreer. 

Gellis (John) Coal-ta&or, 2.5, Bijbop-Jlreet. 

Gellis (M. T.) Haberdalher, 10, Digges-jlreet. 

Gelling and FyfTe, Hatters, 10, Dame-Jireet. 

Gemmell, Smith, and Co. Scouh- merchants, 22, Merchants 'quay. 

Gt-oghegan (Jacob) Silk and Worftcd-manuradturer, 69, Ft anci -Jlreet. 

Geoghegan (Jofliua) Fuftian & Cotton-yarn-manufacturer, 8, Mark's-alley* 

Geoghegan (Mary) Linen-draper, 11, Capel-Jlreet. 

Geoghegan (Richard) Druggilt, 50, Caftle-ftreei. 

Geoghegan (Thomas) Butcher, 30, Patrick-jtreet. 

George, Norton, and Co. Hatters, 7, lit. Ship-Jlreet. 

Geoughegan (Laurence) Giocer, 70, \ n 

Geraghty (Michael) Pin-maker, J 9 'j T * m ^ r ^- 

Gerna (Anthony) Foreign-bookfeller, 31, College-green. 

Gernon (Michael) Linen and Cotton-manuj"a6turcr, 64, Back-lane* 

Gerrard (Chriltopber) Grocer, 156, gt. Britain-ftreet 

Gerrard (Jane and Co.) Tea-dealers, 76, Aungier -jlreet. 

Giball (John) Skinner, 35, S. New-ro<w. 

Gibbins (Robert) Shoe-maker, i$ y gt Britain-Jireet. 

Gibbms (Thomas) Merchant, 12, Meath-ftreet. 

Gibbons (John) Grocer, 40, High-ftreet. 

Gibbons (Patrick) Grocer and Tea-merchant, 8, Ex chequer -Jlreet. 

Gibbons (Thomas) Secretary to Charter School Society, 6\ Suffolk-Jlreet. 

Gibbons and Graham, Grocers, 142, old Church-Jlreet. 

Gibbs (John) Wax and Tallow-chanmei, 29, litle Ship-Jlreet. 

Gibney and Mc. Gedy, Linen-diapers, 52, Pill-lane. 

Gibfon (Benjamin) Tanne% 37, Neiv market 

Gibfon (George) Timbcr-mcrc.hant^4, JV. John-Jlreet. 

Gibfon (George) Pin-maker, 66, Ptll-lane. 

Gibfon (Richard) Carver and Gilder, 16, Bride- r ireet. 

Gibfon ('Villiam) Tallow-chandler, 49, S gt. George* s-Jlrect* 

Gibton (Nicholas) Currier, 3, Wood-quay. 

Gibton (Robert) Tanner, 9, Mill-Jheet 

Gibton (Robert) Upholder, 28, Aungier -Jlreet , 

Gibton (William) SiU-manuiacturei, 40, Nichclas-Jlree!, 

Giefler (Theodore) Hock-merchant, 4, Fleet-jtreet. 

Gilbert (Jofeph) Hnter^ 4$, Temple-bar. 

Gilbert (William) Bookfcller, 26, S gt. George*: -Jlreet. 

Gilday (Thomas) Merchant, 30, BachcUr\-<walk. 

Giles (William) Horfc-dealer, 3, Park-gate-Jlreet. 

G lgan (Patrick) Gi r- er, 105, Cocmbe. 

•fGilhuly and Coftigans, Wholeiaie woollen-drapers, \^UJher , s-CGun . 

Gilhully (Owen) Black-fmith, 43, Back-lane. 

Gili (Allen) Book filler, 10, Skinner-rc<w. 

Gill (John) Grocer, 13, TVw?., end- ftreet. 

Gill (Matthew) Baker, 6, Bride-'lreet. 

Gillard (Mary) Haberdalhei , 23, D*<ii>Jcn-Jlree.t t 



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Gillig»n (Valentine) Linen-drapei , 45, Francis- jtreet. 
C'll'n (Jinc) Clothier, 34, Ne<w-marke\ 
Gilmor (William) Shoe-maker, 15, Copper-alley. 
Gilfenan (Patrick) Turner, 7, N King-ftreet. 

G Itenin (Ed. B.) Poplin ami StufF-manufa£turer, 7, Francis -Jlreet. 
Ging (Patrick) Skinner, 19, 6". New-row. 

Glad well (Rd.) Sec to CommifT. for Paving St Royal-canal, i^Daiujon-Jl. 

Glannan (Prter) Hatter, 122, old Church- jtreet. 

Gtannon (Thomas) Skinner, 56, Watling Jlreet. 

Glafcott (William) Merchant, 34, Arran-quay. 

GIenvill< (Philip) Wine and Spirit-merchant, 3, Temple-bar. 

GIrrney (Benjamin) Tabine't-manufa&urer, 14, Meath Jlreet. 

Glover (James) Cork-cutter, 87, Fleet-Jlreet, 

Gl>nn (John) Bricklayer, 33, Mary-Jireet. 

Glynn (Thomas) Grocer, 179, old Church -jtreet. 

Godfrey ( June) Grocer and Tea-merchant, 83, Townjend-jtreet. 

GofF (Eliza) Milliner, 6", gt. Ship-Jtreet. 

"}*GofF (Jofeph ) Merchant, 6, Granbyrow. 

Gogan ( Jofiah) Grocer, r7, Ormond-quay* 

Goga cy (Thomas) Coach-maker, 4^, Dor Jet -Jlreet. 

Go^gin (Thomas) Apothecary and Druggift, 45, CaJlle-Jlreet. 

Goggin (Thomas) Perfumer, 43, Henry-Jlreet. 

Gonne (George) Engraver and Copper-plate-printer, 43, Exchequer-Jlreet. 

Gonne. (Heniy) Lookmg-glafs-fellcr, 26, Abbey-Jlreet. 

Gonne (Humphrey) Merchant, 3, Kennedy s-lane. 

Goodin (Richard) Coach-owner and Undertaker, 69, DorjCt -Jlreet. 

Goodifon (William) Tobacconift, 14, Back-lane, 

Goodwin (Margaret) Brutti-maker, 17, ? ^ f Q gcrze ' s n 

Goodwin (W ? ) Tin-pb.te-worker & Brurti-maker, 79, $ • * ' 

Gordon (Alexander) Paper-ftainer and Painter, 100, Capel-Jlreet. 

Gordon (James) Watcb-maket, 39, S. gt. George" 1 's -jtreet. 

Gordon ( fam^s) Paper-ftainer and Hou4e-paidter 4 43, Exchequer-Jtreet. 

Gordon (John) Frnit, Perfumery & Pat. Med. Warchoufe, 60 , Sac kwillc-J* 

Gordon (Peter) Butiher, 70, Patrick-fireet. 

Gordon (Robert) Butcher, 6, C a file -market. 

Gordon (Sarah) Glover, 50, Grafton-flreet. 

Gordon (Stephen) Iron-monger, 15, Capel-Jlreet. 

Gordon ( Ann & Will.) China and Glafs-mei chants, 13, up. Ormond-quay. 

Gormacan (Role) Tallow-chandler, 28, To<wnjend-Jlreet. 

Gorman (Alice) Haberdafhrr, 31, Abbey-Jlreet. 

Gorman (Foitrfcue) Merchant, 33, S t afford- 1 treet, 

Gorman (John) Grocer, 38, S. gt. George* 1 * -jlreet. 

Gorman (Peter) Linen-draper, 13 and 14, Kichclas-jlrett. 

Gorman (Terence) Grocer, 23, Cajlle -jlreet. 

Gorman (Thomas) Carpenter, 19, Shcen-Jlreet. 

Gorman (Thomas) Grocer an«1 Houlc-mrafui er, 6$, Fhet-Jl'c:: 

Gorman (Thomas) Mealiirer, 56, Charlemont-Jlreet, 

Gorman (William) Giocer, 31, 1 N. King-ftreet, 

* Joffin f Robert) Shoe-maker, 19, Golden-lane* 

'lover (John) Shoe-maker, 16, little- Ship-Jtnet. 







GRU Merchants and Traders. 49 

Goulding ( John) Horfe-auctioneer & Livery-fUble- f keeper, 23, 7 ^ * - 

Goulding (Michael) Flour and Corn-merchant, 24, y ' nn€ ~J * 

Gowrly (James) Brazier, 44, Back-lane* 

Grace (Anne) Hatter and HaberdalTier, 16, Cutpurje-row. 

Grace (Oliver) Projector, 3$, Fieei-Jlreet. 

Grace (Reeves) Upholder and Auctioneer, 65, Stepben-Jlreet. 

Graham (Bernard) Ship-ctundler, 4, Poolbeg-fireet. 

Graham (Daniel) Slator, 6, Pembroke court. 

Graham (Francis) Apothccasy, 41, Bdton-ftreet. 

Graham (Hector) Agent, 21, Polace-roiv. 

f Graham (John) Merchant, i 1, Btjhcp-fireet. 

Graham (Michael) Grocer, y% % tip. Keun-jtreet % 

Graham (Peter) Hofier, 4, Capel-Jlreet . 

Graham ( William) Shoe-maker, 33, Ccal-quay. 

Graifbcrry and Campbell, Primers, 10, Back-lane. 

Grant (Benjamin) Cabinet-maker, Upholder &• Auctioneer, 1, Auvgier-ft 

Graves (Margaret) Ship-chandler, 33, George^s-gnay. 

Gray (John) Gun and Jack-maker, 21, lo<w. Exchange-ftreet, 

Gray (John) Fu4tian-manufacturer, 48, Francis-Jireet. 

Gray (Thomas) Clothier, 13, E!bovu-lane. 

Graydon (George) Watch-maker, 43, Grafton- ftreet . 

Gray Ton (Robert) Salcfmaker, 24, Smithfield. 

+ Green ( John) M-rchant, \ ' . 

fCrecn (jolhnt) Mrrch.il. J 3» Anon-quoy. 

Green (Richard) Shoenvakcr', 40, IV. Nezu-r6<w. 

f Green (Thomas) Alderman, 100, JatneSs-ftreet. 

4"Greenhow (Ambrofe) Merchant, 5, & Earl-Jlreet. 

Gregg (Richard) Grocer, 20, EJJex-Jlreet. 

Gregg (Trefliam) Perfumer & Siai ch-manufacturer, 56", Fi Jh amble -Jlrett. 

Gregg (William) Bilcuit Sc Sacking-manufacturer, iocj, Toivncnd-ftreet. 

Gregory (Martha) Pawn-broker, 7, Poolbeg-jtreet. 

\ Grcban (Andrew) Merchant, 34, Bachelors <u.'-alk. 

Grehan (John) Carver and Gilder, 3, N. Aane-ftreet. 

Grehan (Patrick) Brewer, 55, 1 

f Grehan (Peter) Brewer, 134, > Jatnes's-Jlreet . 

Grehan (Thady) Tablt-beer-brewe/, 98, \ 

Grey (Martin) Linen-draper, 133, N. Kirjr-flreet. 

•f-Grier (James Hauthorn) Merchant, 13, Mcore-Jlreet. 

Grierfon (George) KingVprinter and Bookkller, 28, Parliament-^*: ' . 

Grierfon (John) Giocer, 3, Abbey-jlreet. 

Grierfon and Tyndall, Royal Marin e-iWes, 78, Rogerfcns-qnay. 

Grierfon (William) Tobacconlt, 40, Meaih-jtreet. 

Griffith (James) Merchant, 25, Bere^crd-ltreet. 

Griffith (William) Cabinet-maker, 195, Abbey-ftrect . 

Grimwood (John) Seedfman, 1, Charlotte-Jh eet. 

Grogan (Edward) Mercer, 1, Parliament- 'ft ee: . 

Groves (George) Parchment-maker^ 63, Marr:wbone-lane. 

Gmbb (William) Tobacconift, 146, CaJHtl-flreet. 

Grueber (Arthur) Bookfellei &c Lottery-orfi.\ -ket per, 59, Dame-ftreet 

GfuTnly (Nicholas) Currier, 36, Nicholas -Jlreci. 



5<3 Merchants and Traders. HAM 



Grundy (Samuel) Old & N w-drapery-manufa&. 6, 5. Jchn-ftreet. 

Grundley (Rob rt) Girth-weaver, 2, Metcalfs-court. 

Guetl (Frederick) Hatter, 92, Dame-Jireet. 

fGuman (Thomas) Merchant, 104^, Tb mas-Jtreet, 

-j-Guinnefs (Arthur) B.twer, 1, Jameses-gate. 

Guinnefs (Samu 1) Gok1-beater, 4, Cronu-ftreet, 

Gunlton (Ma-y) Milliner, 69, Stephen-Jireet. 

Guniton (Thomas) Seedfman, 8, Chrijl-church-lane. 

H. 

Hacket (Bartholomew) Breeches-maker, 131, Capd-Jlreet. 

JIackett (Richard) Upholder, 5, Bow-lane. 

H*.ckett (William) Haberdafhci , 12, Cba'ham-Jlreet* 

Hagan (Edward) Clothier, 6, Pool-flreet. 

*f*Hague (John) Woollen-factor, 51, Fijbamble-Jlreet. 

Hale (John) Silk dyer, 68, Meab-Jlreet. 

Haliday (William) Chymical Druggill and Apothecary, 31, Arran-quay f 

Hall (France^) Shoe-maker, 82, Dame-ftreet. 

Hall (James) Gold-beater, 27, Golden-lane, 

Hall (John) Carpenter, 159, Abbey-Jlreet. 

Hail (Robert) Mill- Wright, 13, Engine-alley. 

Hall (Robert) Model-maker to Dublin Society, 30, Pjolbeg-ftrest. 

HjU (William, jun.) Clothier, 29, 7 nl , Ct . 
u 11 iwn- t \ n > Chambre- tveet. 

Hall ( William, lm. ) Dyer, 35, J * 

Hallagan (Pierce) Shoe-maker, 40, Henry-Jlreet . 

Hallam (Benjamin) Painter, 57, CapeUftreet. 

Haulwood (Launcelot) Linen-draper, 8, Bride-Jlreet. 

Hal pen (John) Bookfeller, 55, Henry-Jlreet. 

Ha'pen (Samuel) Harnefs-maker, 63^ Btidgefoot-Jlreet. 

Haipin (Chriftophcr) Grocer, 39, old Cburch-Jireet. 

Haip n (H^nry) Hmer, 24, EJfex-ftreet. 

Halpln (Henry) Merchant, 24, up. Ormond-quay. 

Halpin (James) Grocer and Tobacconift, 13, Mary*s-lans. 

Halpin (John) Comb-maker, 30, Greek-Jlreet. 

H»lpin (Mary and Maitha) Haber.lafhcrs, 5, Mecklenburgh-Jlrce'. < 

Halpin ( William) Tanner, 12, Kilrnainham. 

Ham ( Market and Eliz.. ) Glovers, 24 NaJfau-Jlreet. 

Him (Paul) Glover and Skinner, 4$, Pill-lane. 

Hamill (Francis) Apothecary and Diuggift, 2, Town r end-ftrect. 

-fH.tmill (Hugh and Co.) Merchants, 31, Dominick-fireet . 

Hamill (John) Merchant, 34, Beresford-Jlreet. 

H i nilton (Edward) China-merchant, 9, E. Arran-ftreet. 

Hamilton (Emanuel) Worftc d-manufatfurer, 7, W. Park-Jlreei. 

Hamilton (Franais) Sadler, 49, Cajlle-Jl eet. 

Hamilton (Grace) Haberdalhei , 30, Jervis-Jlreet. 

Hamilton (Hugh and Co.) Sugar-bakers, 4, Beresford-Jlreet. 

-f*Hamilton (J^mcs, jun. ) chant, 18, up. Ormond-quay. 

•^Hamilton (James) Alderman an 1 City-treal'urcr, 41, Dominick-ftrec 

Hamilton (James) Turner and Timber-merchant, 59, Mary's -lane. 

Hamilton (Jane and Co.) Milliners and H'berdalher?, 50, Capel-Jireet . 

I Hamilton (John) Merchant, 5, Lurgan-Jlreet. 



HAR Merchants and 'Traders. 



Hamilton (John) Sho^-maker, 55, $ gt\ George"* s-ftreet* 

Hamilton (Mary) Linen-draper, 53,, Golden-lane. 

Hamilton (Skernmrton) of the Geiier.il Poft-orrlce^ 9, Cope-JIreet. 

Hammond (Edmond) Inn-holder, 2, BoUon-flreet. 

H<maway (Patrick) Btrcher, 56, Patrick-ftreet, 

Ham way (Richard) Dry-cooper, 2, Manor- (Ireet . 

Hanbridge (William) Butcher, ioi, Fatrick-Jlreet. 

Hanbury (John) Brafs-rofcndef, 18, I. Mary-ftreet. 

Hand (Patrick) Butcher, 10, CajUe -market . 

Handcock (Peter) Corn-chandler, 65, F, ancis-ftreet. 

Haniey (Thomas) Wine-cooper and Drocer, 8, Mocre-fireet. 

H«nlon (George) Butcher, 1, Br abaz.cn -ftreet. 

Hanlon (Hugh) Baker, 33, Fleet-ftreet. 

Hanlon (James J Linen-diaper, 169, gt. Britain-Jlreet . 

Hanlon (Matthew) DiftilUr, 27, Cooh-fireet. 
Hanlon (Thoma ) Baker, 2, up Exchange-fireet. 
, fHanna (Robert) Grocer, 12, Hevry-fireet . 
H.innagan (Patrick) Hatter, 26, Temple-bar. 
Hannan (Ma>y) Raker, 48, Fijbamble-/t> eet. 
Hannyngton (George) Merchant, 63, BAon-ftreet. 
f Hanfbrovv (Pattick) Merchant, 153, A : >b;\-Jlreet . 
Hardgrave (Mary) Tallow-chandler, 56, S Kir.g-fireet . 
Hardin (Mauarct) Thread cV Tap --manufacturer, 22, IV. New-row. 
Harding (Thomas) Mathematician, Trinity- f lace. 
Harding (William) Woollcn-drr.p r, 2, Corn-market. 
Hardy (Edward) Grocer and Iron-mon?er, 112, ? <t" 4 

Hardy (Edward) Iron, Linen & Cotton-manufacturer, 116,3 ™ 9mts V ' 
Hardy (John) Silk-manufacturer, 51, Bridge fcot-flreet. 
Hardy and Palmer, Corn-facto s, 14, Engine alley. 
-f*Harford (John) Merchant, 41, jtbbey-JJ, eet . 
Harford (Mary) Linen-draper, 13, Fill- lane. 
Harford (Patrick) 1> ifcu : t-l>a'^ er, 13, Afton s-quay. 

Harford (Thoma?) Clothier & Ghzcd-lincn-manufadt. 4, Engine-al!e\ 

Hargraft (Humphrey) Currier, 3Z, Bull-alley. 

Hardgrave (Mary) Chandler, 56, 6\ Kwg flreet* 

Harrington (James) Tavern-keeper, 14, Grafton-fireet. 

Harknefs (G.orere) Jew Iter, 79, Stephen-fireet. 

-f-Harknrfs (WilJiam) M'-rchan:, 22, Dominick-Jlreet . 

Harley (John) Lcttery-orfice-keeper, 22, Dame-ftreet. 

Harley (Walter) Working Silver-lmith, 15, E. CJe-al!ey. 

Harman Chriftian) Haberdalher, 5, S. Anne-flreet . 

Human (Richard) Infpector oi Revenue Buildings, 25, Summer -hsli. 

Harney and Son, Button-merchant^, 17, Skmner-row. 

Harney (Joleph) Cianer, 10, S ajford-jlreet. 

Harney (Michael) Hotel-keeper, no, Abbey-ftreet . 

Harricks (Dudley ) Coach-maker, 63, Marlborough-Jireet . 

Harricks (John) Chandler, 93, James' s-ftreet. 

Harrietts (Joi-ph) Thread and Tape-merchant, 20, W. New-row. 
Harrifon (Chrillopher) Tanner, 25, James' s-Jlr set. 
Harrifon (Henry) Clerk of the Connaught Road, 55, Exchequer-jlree! 

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Hani Ion (James) Grocer, 27, Patrick-' treet. 

HarriioD (Jcivis) Woollen-factor, 2, Sall's-court. 

Harrifon (John) Shoe-maker, 41, Fleet-fireet. 

-f-Harri!on (Will-am) Vintner and Salt-manufacturer, King/end. 

Ha?t(/\nn) Grocer, 53, "James" s-fireet. 

Ha:t (Catharine and Mary) Milliners, 21, CapeUfireet . 

Hart (Hen.}) Alderman, 2, B lac kall-J treet. 

Hut (John) Ballad-mailer, Office, 25., Efiex-ftreet. 

Hjrt (John) Brewer, G:y-baf:n. 

Haft (Michael) Perfumer, 20, Duke-fireet. 

f»Hrat (Nicholas) Merchant, 13, Fleet-fireet. 

Hart (Patrick) Skinner, 31, W atling-fireet. * 

Hart (Peter) 1'obacconift, 123, Francis-fir eet . 

Hart (Thomas) Coach & Harncfs-plater, 7, Peter* s-row. 

f Hartley (Trave;s and Son) Merchants, 89, Bride-fireet. 

Hartley (Wm.) Haberdafher and Silk-manufacturer, 4, Nicbolas-ftreel . 

Ha tftronge (iicivy) Watch-maker, 19, High-Jireet. 

Hartwell (John) Timber-merchant, 14, Golden-lane. 

Harvey (John) Shoe-maker, 24, Cajile-ftreet . 

Ha, vcy^(Jofcph) Tallow-, handler, 8, Corn-market. 

Havwood (John Brereton) lion-monger, 24, Mary-ftreet. 

Hadings (John) Apothceaiy, 41, Daivfon-f treet. 

Hatehrll (Mary) Haberdafher, 1, up. Ormond-quay. 

Hatchell (N. C H.) Woollen-draper, 5z, Dame-Jlreet. 

Hatton (Bartholomew) Skinner, -21, 7 e nj- 

tt . i|f.n- > c: • <* o. Neiv-roio. 

H.uton (William) Skinner, 24, 3 

Hautenville (Daniel) Stay maker, 33, Moore-fireet. 

•fHawkelley and Rutherford, Merchants, 2Z, low. Ormond-qaay. 

Hawkins (Catharine) Hatter, 9, Skinner-roiv. 

H;<y (Ann) Seed-merchant, 4, Church-fir eet. 

Hay don (John) Carpenter, 8, lit. Longford-fir eet. 

Hnynon (Michael) Confectioner, 50, Grafton-fireet. 

Haydon (William) Baker, 14, AJh-ftreet. 

Hayes (R. and Wm. ) Wholefale Linrn-drapers, 33, Bridge-ftreet, 
Hayes (William) Merchant, 40, UJher y s quay. 
Headings (Mary and Elzabeth) Rope-makers, 6, Pill-lane. 
Head (Vlary) Milliner, 18, Naffau-fircet. 

Heaeer . (Michael) Flax, Hemp and Sail-cloth-merchant, 139, Churcty fir, 

Hra!y (Bartholomew) Silk-manufacturer, 36, Bridge-ftreet. 

Hcaly ( John) Shoe-maker, 52, Mary-ftreet. 

Hcany (John) Pewtcrer and BrazVr, 20, up. Ormond-quay. 

-j-Heam (fedwarr!) Merchant, 1, Town] end-fir eet. 

H arn (Will am) Cabinet-maker, 47, Flenry-fireet . 

Hen'i (Thomas) China-merchant, 28, Temple-bar. 

Hcavifid (John) Founder, 9, Luke-fircet. 

Hebden (John) Butcher, 35, Clarendon-fir eet. 

Heery (Thomas) Bookfcilcr and Station- r, 30, Capelf treet. 

H ffV ian (1 'avid) Cab : n t-makcr, \6 y Hawkins' 's-fr eet. 

r *-iiVnan (George) Ivory &c Hardwood-turner, 51, Grafton-ftrett. 

. .'. ningway (John) Starch-maker, 70, F, x chequer -fir eet . 



HIL Merchants and Traders. c a 

•f-Hendrick (John) Merchant, 9, low. Ormond-qaay. 

•f-Hendrick (Thomas) Merchant, 4, Dominick-Jh eet. 

Hendy and Donnellan, Carpenters and Builders, 1 o, Ba^got-ftreet. 

Henecy (Charles) Engraver and Ccpper-plate-printer, 17, Ex change -ft reel 

Henegan (Peter) Grocer, 55, Fleet-Jlreet. 

Henigan (Willliam) Grocer, 108, S. Town/end -ftreet. 

Henley (John) Stone-cutter, 113, Britain- ftreet . 

Kenton (Lawrence) Perfumer, 15, Nafiau-ftreei. 

Hennefs (Robert) Shoe-maker, 2, Tigb-fireet . 

Hcnncffy (John) Bricklayer, 15, Haljhn-ftreet . 

Henry (Hugh) Carpenter, 35, Marlborovgh-fireet . 

Henry (James) Stay-maker, 178, gt. Briimn-fireeU 

Henfhall (Thomas) Linen-dr. j p-^r, 3, Bride-ltreet. 

Hcnzel (John) Carp nter, 31, Bachelor'' s-walk 

Heoy (William) Chandler, 166, Thomas-firee: . 

pepenitall (Jane) Milliner, 70, Stephen-jtreet. 

Hubert (Bartholomew) Grower, 17, little S) hit -ftreet. 

Herbert (George) G ocer, 44, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Heiloi'd (John) Hotter, 46, College-green. 

Heron (Michael) Perl unier and Ladics-ha : i-<ire{Ter, 69, Ca'>el-fireet. 
H-ron (Michael) Gfocer, 14, /. Mary-Jireet. 
Heron v ivtrr) Grocer an i Coal-factor, 7, Afl n's-quay. 
Heron (William) Mufieian, 95, Grafton-fircet . 
Hethcrington (Thomas) Turner, 2, G r . hi en-lane. 
Hevey (B la fey) OilltHer, 41, Thomas-court 
Hcvcy (Jofeph) Grocer and TobacconiVT, 20, Tkotnas-firect . 
.Hewitt (James) Jeweller, 22, Najfau-Jireet. 
Heydon (I3aniel) Weigh-mailer, City-crane, EJfex-quay. 
Heydon (John) Carpenter, 37, 6". Kmg-ftr eet. 
Hiatt (Love) Apothecary, 24, Bijhop-Jtreet. 

Hicks (Thomas) Mathematical lnltrumer.t-maker, 20, Hawkins' s-Jlreet. 

Hickcy (Hate) Grocer and Dealer in Mineral-waters, 3, low. Ormond-quay. 

Hi eke y (Michael) Boot and Shoe-maker, 41, W. New-row. 

Hickey (Patrick) Carpenter, 25, N. gt. George" s-jirect . 

H .key (William) Dc Iph- feller, 26, Bifiop-fireet. 

Hickey (William) Shoe-maker, 8, Ex chequer -ftreet, 

Higginbotham (Thomas) China and Delf-feller, 20, E. Arran-firest. 

Hig^inbotham (William) Merchant, 55, Town "end-ft reel . 

Hi^gins (Edward) Pap.er-ftainer, 33, Aftsn s-quay. 

H-ggins (Hannah) Merchant, 13, Mary-fireet. 

Higgins (Sufannah) Rope-maker and Flax-dreiTer, 3S, W. New-row. 

Higgins (Timo;hy) Turner, 20, Boot-lane. 

Huginfon (Philip) Tea-merchant, 26, Ccllege-green. 

Hill and Chapman, Ship-brokers, 45, Afion's-quay. 

Hill (Gcoigt) Dry-cooper, 5, Stocking-lane. 

Hill (John) Butcher, 5, Cafh-viarket. 

Hdl (John) Glals-cutter ar.d Engraver, 5, TotUr' s-alhy. 

Hill (John) Grocer, 81, Francis-fleet. 

Hill ( |o K n) Tin-plate-worker and Helmet-maker, 47, CttlUge-grtt*t. 
H.ll (jofeph) Piinter an 1 Mufic-leller, 8, Mary-fired. 



54 



Merchants and Traders. HOU 



Hillary and Barlow, Piinters, 29, Bilton-ftreet . 
Hime (Morris) Mafic-roller, 34, College-green. 
•f*Hinchy (David) Merchant, 44, Bachelors-walk. 
Hints and O'R-iliy, Pawn-brokers, 2, LJfex-gate. 
Hints (Jofepb) Brewer, 7, PFard's-hill. 

Hincfc (Mark) Brazier and Tin-plate-worker, 33, ///. Mary-Jlrcet. 

Hin< s (Thomas) Butcher, 51, Clarend:r-ftreet . 

Hodges ( William and John) Braziers, 27, Excbequer-fi; eet. 

Hodges (Wiil'am) Tin-plate- worker, 24, Henry-ftreet . 

Hodgios (Thomas) Flax, Hemp, and Sail-cloth-merchant, 9, Pill-lane. 

tHorigfon (Lewis) Merchant, 8, UjheSs-ijland. 

Hodgfon (Philip-Levi and Son) Mcalu>-ers, 79, S. Townf end-fir eet. 

Hod fori, Goulbee, and Supple, Woollen-drapers, 10, Francis-ftrcet . 

Hoey (James) L nen and Couon-rmrchant, 36, Cook-'treet. 

Hoey (John) Coal-fatto,-, 6, Foolbeg-fireet. 

Hoey (Peter) BookfelL-r and Stationer, 33, up. Ormond-quay. 

Hoc : (Forbes, Paxton, & Co.) Merchants:, 32, Bachelor" s-walk. 

Ho g n (Edward) Dift'dler, 31, old Cburch-ftreet. 

HoTdfh p (WiHiamj Army-agent', Royal-hospital 

H dland (Jofluia) B; u!h-ma'<er, 39, New-row. 

Hollifter (William Caftell) Harphchord-maker, 11, Linen-hall-fir eet . 

Hoi nes (George) Glazier, 13, 'Temple -bar. 

Holmes (Henry) Coach-maker, 14, 5. King-flr'eei . 

-{-Holmes ( Hu»h) Merchant, 19, Queen-fireet . 

Holmes ( John) Corn-merchant, 3, low Ormond-ji.r.y. 

Holmes (John) Wire-weaver and worker, 6, little Ship-fireet. 

Holmes (Jofeph) Apothecary, 76, Capcl-Jlreet . 

Holmes (Samuel) Watch-maker, Goldfmith and Jeweller, 66, Stephen-fi* 

Holmes (Thomas) Merchant, 88, Townfend-fireet. 

Holt and Lan-% Confectioners, 24, Cuffe-ftreet. 

Homxn (George) Currier, 4, Back-lane, 

Homan (Rich and) Gcer, 23, gt. Ship-fireet. 

Ho.nan (Richard) Iron-monger, 85, S. gt. Gezrgc s-ftretl > 

•pHone (Brindley) Merchant, 3, Bachelors-walk. 

Hone (Horace) Miniature-painter, 84, Dcrjet-jireet . 

Hons ( Jofeph, jun. ) Clothier, 1, S'immer-fireet. 

Hone ( Mathan' ; ei) Clotiver, 33, New-market. 

-H-Jon (Nathan'rl, jun.) Merchant, 79, Fleet-Jb eet. 

Hooke ' Samuel ) Clothier, 3, Orviond-Jheet. 

Hop; (Richard) HaberdauVr, 45, High-flreet . 

Hop^ (Thomas) S Ik an i Woollen-dyer, 65, Abbey-jh ect. 

Hopk ns (Francis) Hp/icr, 3, 6* King-Jlreet. 

HopkmP (Wilriam) Sale lYna'.ter, 53, Smithfield. 

■^Horm (Thorn??) Merchant, 4, Mea'h-fireel . , 

ftfaridl (Simon) Grocer -?nd Tcbso-onii- , 71, Thomas -fir eet. 

Home (Robert) Stay^maker, 9, Crow-flreet. 

Mo-fnedge (George) Tin-phl^-wo k^-r-, 103, Pill- lane. 

Horner (Ro >» Jr ) Line n- l a^or, 27, Be*esf:rd-fireet. 

Horfrman (M. ■■ . n", HeraW->pa inter > gt, Britain-fir est. 

Houghton (Btnjamin & J-..f. pbf] S Ik & V/ >: ;[\ 9 d - man u t acl ar e ! r ,4 2 ,G\ fk-M 



HUS Merchants and 'Traders. 55 

Houghton (John) Cutler, 31, Charles-ftreet. 

Houfton (Shean) Watch and Clock-maker, 198, Abbey-fir eet, _ 

Houfton (William) Cambrick-merchant, $2, ^ueen-fireet. 

How (John and Sons) Socts-merchants, 8, Ufher^s-quay. 

Howard (Catharine) Grocer, 41, EJfex-ftreet . 

-(•Howard (Chriftopher and John) Grocers, 74, gt. Britain-fir eet. 

Howard (George) Haberdafher, 7, Marlborough -ftreet. 

Howard (Martin) Linen-draper, 8, Bridge-ftreet. 

Howard (Patrick) Tallow-chanriLr, 36, Patrick-firee}. 

Howard (Peter) Dry- oopcr, 6, Sm*ck-alley. 

Howard (William) Watch and Clock-maker, 35, College-green. 

fHowe (Robert) Merchant, 85, Fleet-ftreet. 

Howell (Douglas) Meafurer, 73, up. Cocmbe. 

Howifon (Thomas) Merchant, 21, Bachelor" 's-walk. 

Howifon (Thomas and Henry) Merchants, 57, Jertis-ftreet. 

Hudd (Thomas) Hackle-maker, 3, Brunjzvicb-ftreet. 

Huddard (Catharine) Mantua-maker, 10, Anglefea-ftreet. 

Hud ion (Elizabeth) Linen-draper, 186, gt. B*itair.-jtreet. 

HudCon (John) Woollen-di ap-r, 22, Ski>iner-ro<w. 

Hughes (Ba-tholomcw) Corn-faclor, 82, Thomas -ftreet. 

Hughes (Chriftopher) Wool len-d' apei , 5, Corn-market. 

Hughes (ChrHtopher anci Thom.s) Grocer., 3 8 » I Ca /f/-y?r^. 

"u^hes (Edw -id ) Slioe-maker, 122, \ r J 

Hughes (Felix ) Woollen-draper, t, MichaeVs-lane. 

Hughes (Jtmes) B.ew-r, 16, UJher^s ftreet. 

Hughes ( fohn) Coop r, 19, Bict-lane. 

Hughes (Patrick) G'ocer, 10, Cufj'e-ltreei. 

Hughes (Samuel) Boot a-nd Shoe-maker, 25, Dame-ftreet. 

Hughes (William) Fiuitand Cheefe-merchant, 16-J, Abbeyftreet. 

Hughfon (Willinm) Trimming-merchant, 37, W . Neiv-rc<w. 

+Humfrey (WiltiamJ She.' ifPs-peer & Winc-merchant, 145, N. Kh:g-fir. 

Humphieys (Chriftophei ) ffotzier, 148, Cafel-ftreet. 

Humphreys (Civ illopher ) Glazier and Houfc-pa nter, 9, Andrew -ftreet. 

Humphreys (Walt-r) Lin^n-draper, 31, Corn-market. 

Humphreys (William) Woollen-draper, 54, Pill-lane. 

Humphiys (Richard & Thomas) Army-agents, 26, Arbour-hill. 

Hunt and Kernan, State Apothecaries, 57, Henry-jheet. 

Hunt (Charles) Apothecary, 7T, N. King-ftreet. 

Hunt (John) Clothier, 9, Braithtvait-ftreet. 

fHuiu"(Jo'm) Shr.-ri. TVs- peer, 76, Stepbe:i-ftreet. 

Hpflt (Robert) Tobacconift, 56, Fravcis-ftreei. 

Hunter (George-) B'azier, 67, Stephen-ftreet. 

Hunter (John) Sadler, i, JVerburgh-ftreet. 

Hunter (Martin) Shlp-carpent^r, 5, George" 'j -quay. 

Hunter (Robert) P i nter, 16, Siaft'ot d-ftreet . 

Hunter (Will am) Printrr, 6, Sycamore-alley. 

Hunter (William) Gro> er, 2, Exchequer -fired. 

Hufl..od (John A^ott)P t iD^a8, l Abb JtrteL 

Hufon (R;- hard) Wine-mcrTisnt, 47, $ J J 

Hufon (Thomas) Cutler, 152, Cape l-ftr eet. 



I 56 Merchants and Traders. JEN 

HufTey (John) Grocer and Coal-fa£~tor, 32, George* s-quay. 
I HulTey (Thomas) Shoe-maker, 154, Capel-fireet. 

-f-Hutchinfon (Ephraim) Merchant, 4, Bachelor' 's-ivalk. 

Hutchinfon (Ifaac) Jeweller, 88, Dame-ftrect. 

Hutchinfon (John) Drugg.it, Old Pofi -office yard, Dame-ftreet % 
I Hutchinfpn (Michael) Gun-mak;;r, 8, Dame-Jireet. 
I Hutchinfon (Robert) Agent, 19, Dorjet-fireet . 
I Hutton (Henry) Tanner and Currier, 17, Winetavem-Jlreet . 
I -f-rlutton (|ohn) Coach. maker, 69, gt. Britain-fir. Manufact Summer-bill. 
I Hutton (Mtxwell) Grocer, 101, James's-f treet. 
I Hutton (Robert) Leather-cutter, 39, Winetavern-ftreet. 
!' f Hutton (William) Merchant, 101, James' s-fireet. 
I Hyde (Robert) Tea-man, 7, Dame-fireet. 

I Hyland (Daniel) Grocer, Starch and Blue-manufacturer, 52, Back-lane. 
I It Hyland ('Dennis and Co.) Tea-merchants, 27, Cajlle-fireet. 

|: Hyland (Grego-y) Tea and Spirit-merchant, 35, Winetavern-ftrcet. 
1 Hyland (Laurence) Coach-maker, 25, Bo<w- treet. 
1 Hyland (William) Leather-feller, 51, Back-lane. 
; Hynes (John) Grocer, 11, 'Tigbe-j treet. 
I! Hynes (Jofliua)- Brewer, 7, Ward" s-hill. 

1 Hynes ( Patrick ) Lampblack • manufacturer cV Paper-fHiner,6,Hj;»7tfW-/<z«?. 

It. J- 

I I Jacklon (Charles) Silk and Worfted-weaver, 16, James' s-ftreet. 
I Jacklon (James) China and Earthen-ware-man, 19, Effex-flreet. 
\ Jacklon (Henry) I on and Brafs-fo under, 180, old Church-fireet. 
I || ^J ac klon (Henry) Iron-monger, 87, Pill-lane. 

I Jacklon (John) Sugar-baker, 107, low. Abbey-ftreet. 
I H Jacklon (jofhua) Cotton-manufacturer, 4, Crane-fireet. 
f Jackfon (Jofcph) Goldfmith and jeweller, 7, lloey s-court. 
n Jackfon (Richard) Engraver & Copper-plate-printer, 40, North-Jlrand. 
% Jacklon (Richard) Leather-cutter, 34, Corn-market. 
I, Jacklon (Richaid) Looking-glafs-feller, 5, Effex'bridge. 
I Jackfon (Robert) Bookfeller and Letter-founder, 20, ~Af eat b-f treet. 
I Jackfon (Robert) Sealer & Meafur^r of Woollen-cloth, 5, Coombs. 
I Jackfon (Samuel) Cotton-manufacturer, 15, Cork-ftreet. 
1 IK Jackfon (Thomas) Stationer, 23, Parliament-fireet. 
I Jackfon (William) Butcher, 42, Patrick-jtreet. 
R Jackfon (William) Clothier, 82, up. Coombe. 
B Jackfon (William) Hofier, 31, Skinner -ro<w. 

D Jackfon (William) Taylor, 8, Croiv-jtreet. # 
■ Jackfon (Zachariah) Printer, 18, gt. Ship-ftreet. 
1 f J affray, and Hautenville, Merchants, 19, Eufiace-firget. 
If James ( |ohn) Brazier, 14, Kevin- ft r eel. 
\ [ames (M : chael) Grocer, 4, E. An an-fireet. 

James (Thomas) Tallow-chandler, 25, Btjhop-flreet . 

t James (William) Alderman and Merchant, 90, Bride-fireet . 

Jelltt (John) Jeweller, 37, Staffcrd-ftreet. 
I fenkin (CaUb) Aldeiman, 36, Damc-jtreet. 

fjenkin, Huddart and Co. Druggirt?, 21, Suffdk-Jlreet. 

Jenkins and Sohan, Apothecaries, 6, College-green. 



JON Merchants and Traders. 57 



Jennet (Chriftopher) Brewer, 28, James'' street. 
Jennet (Patrick) Tanner, 3, Kilmainham. 
Jennings (Richard) Grocer, 31, Golden-lane. 
Jennings (Richard) Umbrella-maker, 14, Trinity-Jtreet. 
f Jennings (Terela) Grocer, 4, Cajlle-Jlreet. 
Jennings (Tobias) Grocer, 104, Erancis-Jlreet. 

Jeflon (James) Gold and Silver-lace-man and Hatter, 12, D&me-ftreet. 

Jeffon (Robert) Pawn-broker, 24, Andreiv-ftreet. 

Jeffop (Airy) Thread and Garter-manuia&urer, 63, Thomas -Jlreet. 

Jtflop (Samuel and Thomas) Merchants, 35, up. Coombe. 

Jewfter (James) Hmer, 12, lit .Skip-jtreet, & 2, Chrifi-church-lane. 

Jewrler (William) Hatter, 53, Dame-Jlreet. 

Johnfon (David) Cheefc-monger, 36, Vicar-Jtreet. 

Johnfon (Thomas George) Linen-draper, 8, Nicholas -Jlreet. 

Johnfon (William and Co.) Pa wn*brokei s, 17, Chancery-lane. 

Johnlon (William) Flax-drefTer, 135-i, N. King-ftreet. 

Johnflon (Henry) Worled-manufadhuer, 71, Meath Jlreet. 

Johnilon (John) Sadler, 9, Abbey-fir cet. 

Johnfton (Lawrence) Merchant, 5, Nicholas-Jlreet. 

f Johnson (Matthew) Merchant, 143, Abbey-ftreet. 

Johnflon (Richard) Architect, 40, Dorjet-ftreet. 

Johnflon (Thomas) Menhant, 20, N Anne-Jtreet. 

Johnfton (Ann) Brufh-maker, 124, Abbey-ftreet. 

Johnflone (James) City Engineer, Pipe-nvater-off.ce y Batrack-Jlreetr 
Jonquiere (David) Jeweller, 36", gt. Ship Jlreet. 
Jolly (Henry) Shoe-maker, 50, 6\ King-ftreet. 
Jolly (William) Painter, 4, N. Anne Jlreet. 

Jolly (William) Spanifti Leather-feller & Currier, 33, 5. tffai-row. 

Jones (Alice) Grocer, 150, eld Church ftreet. 

Jones and Byine, Milliners, 51, Abbey-ftreet. 

Jones (Charles) Coach-maker, 160, gt. Brit am* jlreet. 

Jones (Comfort) Haberdalher, 47, Stephen-Jireet. 

Jones (Drury) Grocer, 65, Grafton-Jireet. 

Jones (Edward) Apothecary, 14*6, Trancis -Jlreet. 

Jones (Edward) Apothecary, 23, Temple-bar, 

Jones (Frances) Weigh-miltrc fs, 21, UJher's-quay. 

Jones (Francis) Merchant, 163, gt. Bt itain-Jlreet . 

Jones (Griffith) Goldfmith and Jeweller, 48, College-green, 

Jones (James) Linen-draper, 42, Ke e vin-ftreet. 

Jones { John) Bookfller and Stationer, in, Graft cn-f tree! . 

Jones (jofeph) Fa&or, 17, Braith<wait-ftrect. 

Jones (jofeph) Skinner, 15, S. Ne<w~ro<w. 

Jones (Nicholas) Dry-cooper, 9, George's hill. 

Jones (Patrick) Houfe and Floor-cloth-painter, 55, Henry-firer . 

Jones (Rice) Haid ware-merchant, 67, Thomas-itreet. 

Jones ( Sufannih) Haberdalher, 37, Willi am-Jlreet '. 

Jones (Thomas) Baker, 31, Stephen-Jireet. 

Jones (William) Brokfelier and Lottery-office-keeper, 86, D "ame-jh eel \ 
Jones (William) Bookfcller and Hardware-merchant, 75, Tbomas-Jtreet . 
Jones (William) Cabinet-maker, 21, Ormcnd-quay. 



58 Merchants and Traders. KEA 

Jones (William) Tea-merchant, 19, Cuffe-ftreet. 

Jordan (Alexander) Merchant, 9, U/hcr's-quay. 

Jordan (Thomas, jun.) Holier, 40, Pill-la*ie. 

Jou'dle (John Francis) Perfumer, 10, Henry-ftreet. 

joy (Francis) Stone-cutter, 117, N. Ktng-fireet. 

Joy., e (Robert) Watch and Clock-maker, c8, Jervis-Jlreet. 

Inns (George) Cabinet-maker, 55, «S. gt. Gecrge' s-ftreet. 

Irvine (Andrew ) Linen 6c Cotton-dyer, Grand-canal. 

1 vine (John) Sadler, 6, Mary-fir eet. 

Irwm (Ann) Haberdwfhcr, 2 Duke-ftreet. 

Irwin (Edward) Sadler, 106, Capel-ftreet. 

h win (Simon) Silk-manufacturer, 4, Malpas-flreet. 

Irwin (Thomas) W ne-merchant, 3, George's -bill. 

Judge (Ann and Son) Stampers, 125, James's -fir eet. 

Judge (James) Grocer, 7, Back-lane. 

Judge (John) Grocer, 7, Granby-roiv. 

-[ Julian (John) Wine-merchant, 6, William-ftreet. 

K. 

Kain (Thomas) Hand and Waggon- whip-maker, 18, up. Ketin-ftreet. 
Kane (John) Kilkenny Coal-me ichant, Grand-canal. 
Kane (Mark) Grocer, 1, gt. Ship-fireet. 
Kane (Patrick) Leather-cutter, 23, Back-lane. 

Kathrens (Benjamin) Umbrella & Oil-cloth-manufact urer, 6, Church-lane. 

Kathrens (Elizn) Milliner and Haberdafher, 132, Abbey-flreet. 

Kavanagh (Bartholomew) Tallow-chandler, 3, Crane-lane. 

Kavanagh (Charles) Watch-maker, 6, S. Anne-Jlreet. 

Kavanagh (Chales) Woollen-draper, 31, Higk-fireet. 

Kavanagh (John) Coach-jobber, 2, Granby place. 

Kavanagh (John) Goldfmitfe and Jeweller, 32, Capel-Jlreet. 

Kavanagh (M-Hthcw) Cabinet-maker, 4, Bride 's-alley. 

Kavanagh (Michael) Merchant, 9, W. New-row. 

•f-Kavanagn (Patrick ) Sugar-baker, 66, Exchsquer-ftreet. 

Kavanagh ( Peter) Coach-maker, 14, Denzille-Jtreet. 

Kaven (John) Grocer, 7, Stoneybatter. 

K an (Michael) Shoe -maker, 25, Cafile-fireet. 

Keane (John) S : lk - manufacturer, 148, Thcmas-ftreet. 

Keane (John) Clothier, 22, Pool-ftreet. 

Keane (Martin) Grocer, 38, Tczvnfend-fireet. 

Keane (Roger) Silk and Worfte<l-manu!acrurer, 6, IV. Park-Jtr&t* 

Kearney ( John) Clothier, 7, Braithivait-Jlreet. 

Kearney (John) Starch and Blue-manufacturer, 38, Patrick-Jlrect . 

K<?arnry (Juft'ro) Apothecary, 8, fVilliam-Jlreet. 

Kearney (Mary) Pawn-broker, 75, Francis-fir eet. 

Kearney (Maiy) G:octr, 48, Coomhe. 

Kearney (Hobert) Woollen tlruper, 10, Ccck-hill. 

Kearney (William j Butcher, 8, Cafile- market. - ^ 
Kearns (Samuel) Haberdafher and Perfumer, I17, Capel-firett. 
Kearns (John) Haberdafher and Milliner, 112, Graftgn-Jlreet. 
Kearns (James) Shoe-maker, 26", Najfau-ftreet. 
Kearns (Walter) H2ttsr, 6", up. Kevh-ffreet. 



KEL Merchants and Traders. S9 

Keary (John) Hofier, 29, Capel-ftreet. 
Keary (Peter) Hatter, 2, Meath-ftreet. 
Keary (Thomas) Taylor, 24, /. Mary-ftreet. 
Keating (Mary) Butcher, ioz, Patrick-Jlreet. 

Keating (Patrick) Perfumer and Powder-manufa£i. ZO$,gt, Britain-ftnet» 

Keating (Robert) Merchant, 45, tfoivnfend-ftreet. 

KccfFe (Alexander) Carpenter, 43, Aftons-quay. 

Keeling (Mary) Tin-plate-worker, 148, old Church-ftreet. 

Keely (Edward) Papcr-ltainer, 141, Capel-ftreet. 

Keen (John) Goldfmith, 67, ? D „ 

Keen (William) Goldfmith, 73>X 7 

Keenan (Hannah) Baby-linen-warcoufe, 8, Parh-ftreet. 

Keightlcy (Benjamin) Book-binder, 4, CoghiWs-couri. 

-\ Kcightley (Thomas) Merchant, 112, gt. Britain-ftreet. 

Keine (Mary) Linen-draper, 13, Bride-ftreet. 

Kelburne (Altxandcr) Booklellcr, 43, 5. gt, George'' s-ftreet. 

Keller (Rev. Daniel) Mailer of the Latin Grammar-fchool, 27, Abbey-fir. 

Kcllct (Charles) Hlatter, 46, Temple-bar. 

Kelly (Anthony ) Grocer and Tobacconilt, 60, Thomas-ftreet. 

Kelly (Barnaby) Tanner, 10, Mill-ftreet. 

Kelly (Charles Aylmer) Watch-maker, 2, Clarendon-ftreet. 

Kelly (Catherine) Tobacconill, II y > Francis-ftreet. 

Kelly (Chnllophei) Tanner, 4, Mill-ftreet. % 

Kelly and Co. Pawn-brokers, 22, Stephen ftreet. 

Kelly (David) Iryi-kerpcr, Pill-lane. 

Kelly and Dillon, Woollen-drapers, 12, UJber' 's-quay. 

Kelly and Dunn, Grocers, 3, Mary-Jtreet. 

Kelly and Hughes, Woolkn-di apa s, 16, High-ftreet. 

Kelly and Hyland, Brewers, 5, Ccrk-Jlreet. ~ 

Kelly (Edmond) Grocer, 3, Trinity-jireet. 

Kelly (Edward) Grocer, 22, Pill-lane. 

Kcliy (Fcftus) Grocer, 58, Meath-Jtreet. 

Kelly (Francis) Drugg;ft and Dyc-it uft'-mcrthant, 9, Meath ^:^ 
Kelly (Henry) Taylor 1 , 4, Cecilia-ftreet. 
Kelly James) China-merchant, 121, Thcmas-ftreet . 
Krlly (James) Currier, 3, Merchants-quay. 
f Kelly (James) Merchant, 2, old Church -ftreet. 
-f-Kclly ( James) Merchant, 184, Abbey ftreet. 
Kelly (James) Peruke-maker, 28, NaJJau-ftreet. 
Kelly (John) Confectioner, 40, College- green. 
Keliy (John) Shoe-maker, 22, Ujher" s-quay. 
Kelly (John) Sadler, 35, Exchequer- fireet, 
Kelly (John) Hoficrand Linen-draper, 20, Ccrn~vij:ht. 
K- lly (John) Linen-merchant, 1 1, UJher\s-quay. 
Keliy (John) Merchant, 6, Fleet -ftreet , 
Keliy (John) Shoe-maker, 39, Caftle-ftreet. 
[Celly (John) Tallow-chandler, 10, Golden-lane.. 
\ Kcliy (John) Wine-merchant, 20, gt. Ship-ftrtet. 
■Cclly (Laughln) Skinner, II, IVatiing-ftreei \ 
telly (Mai til)) Baker, 4-, Bdtsn^rteU 

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Merchants and Traders. KE!N 



Kelly (Michael) Grocer, 10, Townfend-fire-et 
K-Hy ( Michael ) L : vcry-ltable-keepor, 13, Duke-flreet. 
Kelly (Neherniah) Rrufh-maker, 17, S. gt. George^ s-fireet. 
Krlly (Nicholas) L nen-draper, i3, C-m-market. 
Kelly (Nicholas) Printer and Babe id a/her, 6, S. gt. GecrgSs-fireet. 
Kelly (Patrick) China and Glafs-merchant, 140, Thomas-fir eet. 
Kelly (Patrick) Woollen-draper, 29, 7 Bridee-flreet 

Kelly ( Patrick Fergus) Woollen-d: ap-r, 41 , JJ & J 
Kelly (Patrick) Woollen- draper and Taylor, z, John's lane. 
Kelly (Petci) Apothecary, 13, gt. Longer d-fireet. 
Kelly (Richard) Stone-cutter, 36, h<w. Orm:nd-quay. 
Kelly (Thomas) Chandler, 49, Stepben-fireet. 
Kelly (Thomas) Confectioner, 170, gt. Britain-fireet . 
Kelly (Thomas) Ladies H? ir-drelTer, 51, Grafton-fireet. 
Kelly (William) Breechts-maker, 27, E. Arran-fireet. 
tCelfail (Robert) Ca-lenderer, I, Halftcn-fireet . 
Kelfey (Thomas) Sadler, 83, Pill-lane 
Kempdon (John) Confectioner, 3, tip Onmnd-Qiiay. 
Kennan (Anne) Linen draper, 31, m'ercbdnfi-qudy. 
Kennan (Chriltopher) Linen-diaper, 103, Bride-fir eet. 
Kennan (Mary) Linen and Callico-pnnter, Ball 'j -bridge, 
Kennan (Thomas) Artifts and Mechani' s warehoufe, 19, Fijhamble-jlrc 
Kennedy (Andrew) Grocer 17, Pat- ick-flreet. 
Kennedy (Anne) Chandler, 85, Abbey-fireet. 
Kennedy (Henry Thomas) Grocer, 16, N. Earl-fireet. 
Kennedy ( Henry) Linen-draper, 16, N. Kincr-fireet. 
Kennedy (James) R:b.:nd-weaver, 1 c;, Output e-row. 
Kennedy (John) Bitcirt-baker, 18, low. Abbey-flreei. 
Kennedy (John) Waterford Glafs-rru rchant, 50, S; ephen-fireet. 
Kennedy anci Lacy, Brewers," 28, 5. King-flreet. 
Kennedy (Mary and Co ) Ivncn-d™ pers; 26", Corn-market. 
Kennedy (Matthew) Cotton- merchant 5c Haberdafher, ?9>,Grafttn-fi/ c; 
Kennedy (Michael) F'lour- warehoufe-man, -1 7, Crofs-pMle. 
Kennedy (Mfles) Grocer, 17, Bijbop-flrect. 

Kennedy (Nicholas Ward) Claflical S hcl m-rfter, 3, lit. Bt tfafi fifth 
K-nnedy (Rich-trd) Poulterer, 2Q, Fijher^s-lave. 
f Kennedy (Robert and James) M rename, 20, Una. Ormond-quay. 
Kennedy (Roger) Watch-maker, 85, Abbey-ftreet. 
Kennedy CTcrcncc) Coach-broker, '8, I N . Kt ji,- ee! . 

Jvenney (John) ba iler and 1/nen-draper, 20, 3 * 
Kenney (Mai y) H.iberdafher, \6>gt Brttain-fireet . 
Kenney (Patrick} Haberdaljier, 3, Ahbey-fireet. 
K.-nny (Alexander') Rulh-makcr, 19, S. gt. Gecr?y '<-ftreet. 
Fv-nny (James) Stlgar*baker, 26, Stephen-fireet. 
Kenny (John) Linen-draper, 34, N. Kt»g ftrth . 
Kenny (Mary) Milliner, 29, Capcl-'treet . 
Kenny (Matthew) H irtfi fs-rriak r, 103, Th^mas-fireet . 
Kenny (Robert) Paltry-cook, 127, Abbey-fireet : 
Kenny ( fhonas) Cabin t-maker, 7, Henry-' tt eet. 
Kcnry (Thomas) Shoe-mak*r, 77, W*in)ftifvern*jireet. 



KIN Merchants and Traders. 61 



Kenny (Thomas) Wine-merchant, 13, lit. Britain-flreet . 
■fKenny (William and Co.) Paper and Wintvmerchants, 20, UJber 's-quay. 
Kent (Daniel) Papcr-Itainer, 6, lo<w. Ormond-quay. 
Kent (George) Paper-llainer, 7, Arran-quay. 
Krogh (Cornelius) Silk-mercer, 77, Dame-ftreet. 
Kcogh (Laurence) Butchers, 71, Patrick-fir eet. 
Keogh (Miles) Shoe-maker, 62, High-Jireet. 
Keon (Peter) Wine-merchant and Grocer, 85, gt. BriCain-fireet, 
fccrans (Richard ) Shoe-maker, 2, IVocd-quay. 
Keinan (Terence) Porter merchant, 35, Beres fiord-fir eet. 
Kerr (Richard) Stewart to Trinity College, 8, Angle 'ea-ftreet. 
Kertland and Co. Chemilts and Perfumers, 177, Abbey-fireet. 
Kidd (George) Pa wn broke! , 18, Fo<wnej?s-fiieet. \ 
iKicrnan (Francis) Yarn-merchant, 159, Thomas-fir eet. 
Kiernan (John and Co.) Diftillers, 87, James's-Jlreet. 
Kiei nan (John) Hatter, 10, gt. Bri.ain-ftreet. 
IKicrnan (Mary) Grocer, 48, S.ephen-Jb eet. 
Kilbie ( Edward) Wine-cooper, 28, low. Ormond-quay. 
fKilbie (Wiliiam) Wine-merchant, 35, Sack : ille-fi, eet. 
Kilch (Patrick) Vintner & Inn-keeper, 6 c, Churcb-jireet . 
Kildahl (James) M rchant, 25, Poclbeg-fireei . 
KiUahl (Nicholas) Carpenter and Builder, 4, Gi.fier-ftreet. 
Blllen (Bernard ) Carpent a , 25, S. Tonjun end-fir cet. 
Killen (Catharine) Breeches-maker, 57, StepI.en-fi, eei . 
■ ilen (Mary) Grocer, 18, T:iun:e::d-fireet. 
Killen (John) Sadler, 20, Sufi'.lk-fireet. 

K'llen (Thomas) Shoe-maker an*! Lincn-draprr, 40, up. Ke-ri<:-fire£t. 

Kill kclly (John) L ; nen-draper, 1, Nicholas-; tree: . 

Kimberly (John) Stone-cutter, 127, 'Jameses-fir est. 

Kinahan (Daniel) Grocer, 12, Trini yfireet. 

Win ade (John) Grocer, 1, N.'Boiv lane. 
jlindelan and Byrne, Dyns, 35, Pimlico. 

ftindelan (Henry) Merchant, 39, Artan-quay. 

"Cindclan (William) Tallow-chandler, 137, Ihovia'-ftreet . 
jCing (B;yan) Rikcr, 72, g t. George s -fir eet 

via- (Js. & A.B) Printers 8c St.it:o:iers to the Hi ofCommons, *}%^Dame-fir. 

Cing (Catharin-) Shoe-maker, 5, uj>. Ex cl. a:ige-fi; eet . 

■log (James) Card-maker, 16, Fanptwfis-ftreet. 

vin r _r (George) Coach-keeper and Undertaker, 14, New-ftteet. 

ling v Hu<:h) Taveio- keeper, 40, E/Iex-fireet. 

Ling (John) lion-monger and Brazier, 54, Vawficn-fireet. 

ling (John) Pa per- (Vainer, 18, Grafton-fireet. 

bog (John Price) Brazier, 36, Excbequer-fireet. 

Ling (John) Sadler, 4, Cork- bill 

ling (Jofrph) Glazier 2nd Painter, 33, S. gt. George's -fir est. 

Ling (1 /aurence) Confectioner, J72, gt. Britcin-fit eet , 

i'ng (Lewis) Cutl r, 121, Capelfireet.' 

»ing ( Patrick) Clothier, 35, Iligh-fireet. 

ling (Robert) Merchant, Tam-kalL 

•ing (Thoma ) Merchant, 60, BoUon-flreet . 



62 Merchants and Traders. LAN 



King (Thorrt2s) Stay-maker, 74, Fleet- fireet. 

K ; nnane (Thomas) Ivory-comb-manufadurer, 85, Pill-lane. 

•fKinfela (Th.) Hard-ware, Toy & Trimming-merchant, 1 1 ^W. New-row. 

Kinfley (Dan'el) Factor, 51, Cock-flreet. 

Knfley and Farrell, Drug-merchants, 107, Capel-fireet. 

Kirchner (Gottlieb Simon) Furrier, 207, 7 . D • . a 
v u )t u c-^ \ -o • > gt. Brit ain-Jtr eet. 

Kirchner (John Simon) Turner, 193, \ & J 

Kirchoffer (Francis) Cabinet-maker, 62, Henry-fireet. 

Kirkam (John) Iron-monger, 10, Charles-flreet . 

-fKirkpatiick (Alex. cVCo. ) SheriffVpeer & Merch. 20, Merchants -quay. 

K-irkpatrick (Robert) Shoe-makrr, 44, W. New-row. 

Kirwan (Chriito.pher) Grocer, 36, Tigke-fireet. 

Kirwan (James) Haberdafher, 175, Abbey-ftreet . 

Kiiwan (Patrick) Wool-comber, 10, Spit tie fields. 

Kirwan (Thomas) Brewer, 73, James's -fir eet. 

Kifier (Anthony) Clock-maker, 56, 8 gt. George" 1 s-fir eet, 

Knaggs (Jonathan) Chandler, 2, William-fir eet . 

Knott (Walter) Tallow-chantiier, 79, N. K'mg-fireet . 

Knott (Wm.) Thread, Tape, and Trimming-weaver, 25, W. New-row, 

Knowles (Mary) Baker, 32, Charles-fir eet. 

Kyan ( Andrew) Haberdafher, 8, Werburgh-ftreet. 

Kyan (John Howard) Merchant, 10, «S. Cumber -land-fir est. 

Kyle (Jofeph) Woollen-draper, 70, Pill-lane. 

L. 

Lacy (Jofhua) Haberdaflier, 22, Cafile-fireet, 

Lacy (Michael) Grocer, 37, Bride -fireet. 

Lacy (Patrick) Iron-founder, 85, N. King-fir eet \ 

Lacy (Philip) Butcher, 12, Cajlle- market. 

Lacy (Pierce) Chair-maker, 103, Abbey-flreet. 

Lafarel (Elizabeth) Boarding-fchool, 95, Stephens- green. 

Lagraviere (Hannah) Lace-weaver, 13, Skinner-roiv. 

Lagrue (John) Carver and Gilder, 10, Stephen-fir eet. 

Laing (George) Jeweller, 2, Bolton's -court. 

Lalor (Mark) Ship-chandler, 7, Whitens- lane. 

Lamb (John) Grocer, 57, Coombe. 

Lambart (Bartholomew) Clothier, t.l n , 

1 u /r» • 1 \ r\ L- q r Braba%on-row. 

Lambart (Patrick) Clothier, 8, J 

Lambermont (Abraham) Merchant, 19, up, Kevin fir eet. 
Lambermont (John) Shoe-maker, 55, Meath-ftreet. 
Lambert (Hannah) Milliner, 53, Capel-fireet. 
Lambert (Jame?) Woollen-fa£tor, 27, Aungier-fireet. 
Lambert (Mary) Chandler, 6, Mary-fireet. 
Lamp-ey (Ann and Co ) Wax-chandk r 38, gt. Ship-fireet. 
Lamprey (Edward) Wax-chandler, 12, S gt. George' j- fireet. 
Lamprey Geoige) Cutler, 29, Crfile- fireet. 
Lanauze (George) Giocer, 19, William- fir eet. 

Lancake (William) Builder and Timber-merchant, 54, Que en-fir est* 

Landy (John) Hatter, 99, Pill-lane. 

Landy (Michael) Malt-dill iller., 28, Vicar-fireci. 

•|Lane (Jamrs) SherifPs-De er and Dry -cooper, 23, Avgleffa-fireet. 



\' LED Merchants and T raders. 63 

*f Lang and Hawthorn, Merchants, 10, Eccles-Jlreet. Office, Lintn-haU. 
Langan (Chriltopher) Hofier, 43, High-Jirtet. 
Langan ( George) Silk-dyer, 7, F or dhan? s- alley. 
Langan (James) Baker, 64, Meath-ftreet. 
Langan (James) Grocer, 50, old Chnrch-Jlreet» 
Lang2n (Mai ga ret) Grocer, 53, Mea h-Jlreet. 
Langan (John) Shoemaker, 6, Cutpurje-r,<w. 
Langan (Patrick) Baker, 3, Thfre-Jlreet . 
Langan (Thomas) Coach-maker, 53, Jervis-ftreet. 
jj, Langley and Co. Milliners, 147, Abbey-ftreet. 

Lapham (Henry) Linen, Cotton, and Carpet-manufaclur.r, 27 ,Ckambre-Jl. 

Lapham (Samuel) Carpet an J Linen-weaver, 8, Cork-Jlreet. 

Larkin (Chriltopher) Chandler, 61, Coombe. 

Larkin (Grace) Habcrdaftier, 109, Bride-ftreet. 

Lai kin (John) Chandler, 30, Temple-bar. 

Larkin (Matthew) Poulterer, 19, Caftle-marke\ 

Larkin (Peter) Carpenter, 109, Bride-Jb eei . 

Larkin (Thomas) Tobacconitt and Grocer, 144, T Fmas-ftreet. 

Larkin (William) Hair-powder & Starch-manufacturer, 39, AftleffUtrtitf, 

Larkin (Will am) Poulterer, 31, Caflle -marke'. 

-fLa Touche (Rt. H >n. David and Company) Bankers, Cojtlc-ftre: t , 

Laughlin (Arthur) Shoe-mak^r, 66, High-Jheet. 

Laughlin (Jam'-s) Apothecary, 33, Stepken-ft* eet . 

Laughl n (John) Aimy-lace-w^aver, 3, gt. Sbi^-ftrect. 

Laughlin (John) Jewrller, 39, Graft on-Jh eet. 

Laurence (John) Minittare-p&inter, 35, Fredenck-Jlree: . 

Laurent (Charles) Merchant, 6 MeckUnburgh-flreet. 

Law (Jane) Stone-cutter, 67, Budc-flreet. 

Law (Richard) Silk.throwller, 10, Skinner"s alley* 

Law (Robert) Grocer, 7, up. Orin:nd-qnay . 

Law (William) Goldfmith, 3, Parliament -ft r set. 

Lawler (Maurice) Glover and Br-echc-maker, 1, Ki ;g s -inns-quay . 
Lawler (Thomas) Grocer, 118, James' s-ftr eet. 

•fLawlefs (John) Woolien-drapn & Carpet-manuf. 1 ^, Dame- ft. High -fl. 
Lawlefs (Matthew) Bifcuit-bakcr, 38, 'Temple-bar, 
Lawlcffl (Patrick) Currier, 21, Wine'.avem-treet. 
Lawlefs (Philip) Brewer, 6, arren t s~pau*t. 

Lawlefs (Timothy) Plailterer and Stuoo- Worker, 39, Bride-ftreet 

Lawrence (Alex <nde- ) Woollen-draper, 71, Till-la\e. 

Lawren.c (John) Tra- merchant, 23, Flee'-ft! eet. 

Lawrence (Samuel) Dry coop r, Tucker* s-r:w, Drcgbeda-flreet. 

Lawrence (Samuel) St:rch and Blue-manufacturer, 58, Bick-lane 

Lawfon (J.imes) Woollen-digp r, 13, High-jtreet. 

Lawfdn (William) Ghz ; e r and Paint, r. 39, College-green. 

f Lea (Robert J Grocer, 83, Orafion-finit 

Leahy (William) Shoe-maker, 4, College green. 

L-ake (John) Jeweller, 2, Cravtpto»*ouri. 

Leak. (W lam) Confectioner, 40, up. lis-ftreet. 

fLear (George) Merchant, 3, Gifier -J}', eet , Mofi-ftrttt. 

Ledfam (Andrew) Shoe-maker, 11, Airan-qnay. 



64 Merchants and T radevs. LIN 

Lee (Edmund) Mufic-feller and Infb umcnt-maker, 2, Dame-ftreet. 
Lec (Jane) Milliner, iz, gt. Ship-ftrce: \ 

Lec ( John) Mufic-fejlcr an<i Inftrument-maker, 70, Dame-ftreet. 

Lee (John) Hotter, 5, Skinner-row. 

Lec (Thomas) Apothecary, 76, Grafton ftreet. 

-f-Lee (T omas) Merchant, 58, Fill-lane 

Leech (Jam- 6) Fruiterer, 54, William ftreet. 

Leech (James) Grocer, 23, Graf'.on-ftreet . 

•f* Leech (John) Merchant and Grocer, 22, Staffer J-ftrect. 

Leet (Amhrofe) SherifPs-pecr, 105, Stephen' s-green. 

Leet (William) Taylor, 4, Merchants-quay. 

Lc Favre (Nicholas) Lottery -bi ok r, 101, Graft on- ftreet. 

Legge (Michael) Glover, 55, S. gt. George^ s-ftreet. 

Legh (Peter) Merchant, 91, Cock-ftreet. 

Le Maiftre (Henry) Watch-maker, 71, Kevin-ftreet. 

Le Ma (Ire (Pctei) Watch-maker, 89, Dame-ftreet, 

Lenaghan (John) Tanner, 41, Cork-ftreet. 

Lenaghan (William) Cheefc-monger, 7, Crane-ftreet. 

Lenehan (William) Glafs-eutter, 196", Abbey ftreet. 

Lcnnon (William) Wollen-draper, 15, High -ft reel* 

Leonard and Labilliere, Furniture Cotton-warehoufe, 12, Werhurgh-ftr. 

Leonard and O'Reilly, Porter-merchants, 23, Francis-Jlreet. 

Leonard (Philip) Linen-draper, 33, Corn-market. 

Leonard (Richard) Butcher, 4, Caftle-market. 
Lerey (William) Glover, 36, Molejivorth-ftreet. 
Leflie (William) Gioccr, 25, Henry ftreet. 
Leltrange (James) Caipcnter, 42, Clarendon-Jtreet. 
Lett (Benj.tmin) Carpenter, 5, Crcivn-alley. 
Lett (Charles and John) Habcidafhcis, 39, CMege-gresn. 
Levally (William) Wig-maker, I, Bride-ftreet. 
Leving (Pet r) Butcher, 23, Beresford-jireet . 
Levins (Matthew) Grocer, 38, upper Church ftreet. 
Levins (Thomas) Lin n-drapn , 19, N. King-jtreet. 
Lcvingtton (John) Writinir-maiicr, 108, Abbey-ftreet. 
Levy (John) Grocer, 23, Chambre-ftreet. 
i.vvv (Nicholas) Painter, 25, Angle ca-ftieet . 
Lew ins (Laurence) Wool-car. !-maker, 6, Vicar-flreet. 
Leu is (Elizabeth) Cotton and Checju^-manu achirei , 55, High-ftreet. 
Lewis (Richard) Sadjcr aqd Br dlc-cutter, 1 6, Caftle-ftreet. 
Lewis (Thomas Baker, 4S, Mcaih-jireet. 
Lcydcn (Morgan) Orocei, 29, 'Temple-bar. 
L 'kcn (Thoma 1 ) Woollen-draper, 27, High-ftreet . 
•JLightbume (Harcourt) SherifFVpcer, Blue-coat-hfpi'.al. 
•fLightburne ( Willouvhhy ) Aldeiman, 44, Daivjcn-ftreet. 
Lightrbot (Richard) Pin maker and Pawn-broker, 3, Bridge-ftreet. 
Lilly (Charles) Carpenter and Timbei-mcrchant, 10, Mat k-J/reet. 
Lilly (Robert) Slator, 38, Bride-jheet. 
Lilly (Thoma. ) Shoe-makei, 56, S. gt. George^-ftreet. 
L'.nam ( James) Stone-cutter, Marlborough green. 
L<nde and Verzura, Confccliontn, 4, Lxchange-ftt ect* 



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Merchants and Traders. 



6 



-f-Lindfey (John) Merchant, iq, Jervisftreet. 
Liiigham (George) Breeches-maker, 13, Trinity-ftreet, 
f Little (William) Merchant, 19, Jervis-flreet. 
Litton (Jofeph) Mould-candle-manura6turcr, 23, Ransford-ftreet. 
Litton (Thomas) Store-keeper & Factor, Liberty-ftores, 38, Thomas-court 
Livernet (Alexis) Jeweller, 35, S. gt. George'' (-ftreet. 
Lloyd (John) Apothecary, 21, Frederic k-ftreet . 
Lloyd (John) Apothecary, 15, Najfau -ftreet. 
Lloyd (John and Co ) Rope-makers, 48, City. quay. 
Lloyd (Robert, John and W:ll''am) Merchants, 3, loiu. Abbey-ftreet, 
Lloyd (John) Button-manu'aiSturer, HaroWs-croJs. 
Lock ( fohn) Baker, 9, 5. King-ftreet. 

Lockhead (James) Silk and Gauze-manu r ac!urer, 38, Nicholas ftreet. 

Lockier (William) Merchant, 13, Brun ivick-ftreet. 

Logan (John) King's Scal-cutttr, 39, Grafton-ftreet. 

Logan (Thomas) Paper-ftainr r, 16, Temple-bar. 

Lomax (Jofhua) Bookfcller, 2, Croiv-ftreet. 

Long (James) Linen-draper, 39, Back-lane. 

Long (James) Tea-merchant, 9, N. King-ftreet, 

Long (John) Manufacturing-holier, 69, 6" gt. George's -ftreet. 

Long (John) Tallow-chandler, 1 19, James's-ftreet. 
Long (Leonard John) Watch and Clock-maker, 9, Montrath-ftrset . 
-fLong (Patrick) Sugar-baker and Giocer, 106, Francis-' treet. 
Long (Samuel) Glove- manufacturer, 200, Abbey-itreet . 
Long (William) Coach-maker, 12, M*ry-ftreet. 
Longford (Richard) Chip and Straw-hat PrtilVr, 61, S. gt. George's -ftreet* 
Lord (James) Hatter and Holier, 19, Capel-ftreet. 
Lord (Laurence) Linen-draper, 13, Ttghe-ftreet, 
Love (William) Woollen-draper, 25, Franc is -ftreet. 
Lovely (Robert) Slate-yard, 26, foclbeg-jtreet. 
Lovely (Robert) Slator, 23, Poolbeg-ftreet . 
Loughrrn (Patrick) Shoe-maker, 53, Fleet -ftreet . 
Lowe (Mary) Metal S.iih-maker, 8, Marlborough-fireet . 
Lowrieil (William) Deputy InfpetVor of L-ttcr-carriers, 27, Abbey-ftreet. 
Lowry (Michael) Grocer, 11, Meatk-ftreet 
Lucas and Balfe, Woollen-drapers, io, Pai Uament -ftreet . 
Lucas (Thomas) Tin-phte-worker and Brazier, 8, Piddle. 
-f-Ltmell (George) Merchant, 96, Capel-ftreet. 
Lunn (H-n'y) Glafs-manufacturer, 113, Abbcy-ftreet. 
Lynim (James) Bricklayer, 10, Hanc<v?> lane. 
Lynam (Johp) Clothier, 26", Chambre-Jreet. 
Lynam (John) Woollen-draper, 42, CaQle-ftreet . 
-f* Lynam (Jolepb ) Alderman, 5, Bachelor'' s-^valk. 

Lynar ( AlcX.) Tteafurcr to Trustees or C'ncui-r-rosd, 0:3, Capel '-/Iresr, 

Lynch (Bryan) Muhematici »n, iz, Angle sc-^rret . 

L>u>h (CatherW) Glover, 62, \ p-,j 

f Lynch (Charle- ) Me: chant, fa J 

Lvnch (Eil ward) S/t\\>j- mercer, 19, Francis-ftreet, 

Lyach (ltd ward) Salt-retinrr, ir>, Ajh.^s-'/i<<y. 



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Lynch (Edward) Taylor, 2<S, Bachelors-walk. 

Lynch (Elizabeth) Book feller, 6, Skinner-row. 

Lynch (James) Optician, 26, Capel-jlreet . 

Lynch (James) Grocer, 22, Spittlefields . 

f Lynch (James) Merchant, 22, Bachelor^ s -walk. 

Lynch (James) Shoe-maker, . 1 4, Itghe-fireet. 

fLynch (John) Merchant, 23, gt. Strand-fireet. 

Lynch (John) Li very-ft able-keeper, 14, low. Merion-fireet. 

Lynch (John) Worfted-manufaciurer, 13, Spittlefields. 

•fLynch (Jonathan) Merchant, 3, UJher's-quay. 

Lynch (Laurence) Whip-maker, 14, EJfex-fireet. 

Lynch (Matthas) Bookfeller, 58, Stephen-fir eet % 

Lynch (Michael) Grocer, 35, Hammond-lane. 

Lynch (Philip) Faftor, ? ,, r 

Lyn. h (S.rafr) Milliner and Huberdalher, $ ,0 3> Jhby-ftre*. 

Lynch (Thomas) Grocer, 22, old Church-ftreet. 

f Lynch and Young, Merchants, 31, W. New-row. 

Lyng (Dennis) Grocer, 52, Citv-quay. 

Lyng (Peter) Carpenter, 36, Willi am- fir e et . 

Lyons (Edward) Seal-engr3^er and Hcraid-painter, 24, EJfex-fireet. 
-\ Lyons (Hem y ) Merchant, 22, Dorfet-fireet, 
Lyons (John) Grocer, 42, Golden-lane. 
Lyons (John) Mercer, 90, G raft on-fir eet. 
L^ons (John) Taylor, 13, Abbey-fireet. 
Lyons (Samuel) Skinner, 10, IVatlivg-jtre-et, 
Lyons (William) Clothier, 5, Weaver s-!quare. 
Ly fight ( Edward) Worfted-manu "attui er, 16,? f Qr j/j am " f jj 
Lyfaght (Michael ) WoriUd-manufaclurer, 10,3 ~ a ^' 

M. 

fMac. Donnell (Randal) Merchant, Allen s-court , Mullinahack. 

Mc. Allifter (Eviward) Keeprr or Ltbetj y-c ane, 20, up. Kevin-ftreet. 

Mc. All'fter (James) G>ocer, 75, Thomas-ftreet. 

Mc. Allifter (Randal) Bookfrller an.i Lottery-broker, 102, Graf 'ton-fit ect. 

Mc. Alp ne (Coningham) Meichant, 24, F entnark-fireet. 

Mc. Annally (Jamrs) Linen men hant, 2, Prujjia-fl. Otrke,2i2, Linen hall. 

-f-Mc. Auley and Hughes, Ship-chandlers, 10, Georges-quay. 

Mc. A'dell (James) Woollr n-draper, 22, Higb-ftreet. 

Mc. Bride (Charlotte) Milliner and Haberdalher, 64, Thomas-fireet. 

Mc Cabe (Edward) Clothier, 12, 6\ John-fit eet, 

Mc. Cabe ( El zabeth) Grocer, 11, Duke-fireet. 

Mr. C ube (Francis) Riband-manu r a£rurcr, 19, W. New-nw. 

Mc. Gibe (James) Clothier, 41, Pimlico. 

Mc. Cabe (James) Dyer and PrelTer, 89, Francis-fir eet. 

Mc. Ca'^e (John) Coffin-warehoufe, 1 , Coombe. 

Mc. Cabe (JoiVph) Linen-diaper, 9, Bride-fir eet. 

Mc. Cabe (Terence ) Mercer, 89, Francis-fireet. 

Mc. Cabe (William) Silk-mmufaclui er, 5, Meath-ftrcet. 

Mc. Calley (John) Mufic-feller and Profeifor, 33, Moore- fireeK 

Mc. Crmn (David ) Glazier, 35, Vwar-flreet. 

Mc. Cann (Michael) Bn.echc*-maktr, 2, Bridge-fir eet. 



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Mc. Cann (Patrick) Builder, 128, gt. Britain-flreet. 

Mc. Cann (Patrick) Cabinet-maker, 11, Euface-flreet, 

Mc. Cann (Richard) Skinner, 14, Watling-freet. 

Mc. Cann (Timothy) Butcher, 77, Patrick-flreet. 

Mc. Cann (Thomas) Timber-merchant, 3, Swift" s-row. 

Mc. Carthy (Charles) Wine-merchant, 16, Angle r ea-fireet. 

Mc. Carthy (Thomas) Timber-merchant, 3, Swiff s -row. 

•f*Mc. Carty (Michael and Co.) Merchants, 27, George* s-quay. 

Mc Cauls (Mary) Silk and Riband-manufa£turer, 5, Mea'h-Jlreet. 

Mc. Cltery (James) Grocer, 38, Bifbop-Jlreet. 

Mc. Cleery (William) Print-feller, 31, low. Ormond-quay. 

Mc. Clcland (Thomas) Paper-ftainer and Houfe-piintcr, 18, Mary-flreet, 

Mc- Clinchy (Saunders) Glover and Breeches-maker, 116, Capel-flreet. 

Mc. Corn (William) Grocer, 56, Charlemont-flreet. 

Mc. Connochiey (James) Pawn-broker, 6, S. King-flreet. 

Mc. Cormick (Elizabeth and Co.) Glovers, 8, Capel-ftreei . 

Mc. Cormick (Henry) Linen-drap r, 104, Bride fireet. 

Mc. Cormick ( John) Clothier, 13, W. Cole-alley. 

Mc. Cormick Jofeph) Pawn-broker, 63, Meathftreet. 

Mc. Cormick (Mark Anthony) Linen-draper, 16, W 'erburgh-flreet. 

Mc. Cormick (William) Linen and Cotton-manu r a&urcr, 20, Vicar-ftreei . 

Mc. Cormick (Patrick) Skinner, 6, Watling-freet. 

Mc. Cormick (Patrick) Skinner and Feather-merchant, 63, Bt idge-flreet. 
Mc. Cormick (Richard) Pophn-manufa&urer, 9, Mark! s-alley. 
Mc. Cormick (William) Clothi-r, 2, 5. John-free!. 
Mc. Cormick (William) SUtor, 12, Lof us's-lane. 
Mc. Cowan ( James) Ship-broker, 1, Crampton-quay. 
Mc. Cracken ( Bernard) Haberdafher, 53, Henry-freet. 
Mc. Cracken (Thomas) Cutler, 27, temple-bar. 
Mc. Crea (John) English Schooi-maftc! , 3, Fade-flreet. 
Mc. C eady ( William) Upholder, 66, Btide-flreet. 
•fMc. Creery (James) Carpet & Blanket-manuFadurer, 5, High-Jireet. 
"Mc. Cullagh (James) Stuccodore and Painter. 48, Mary-freet % 
Mc. Cullogh (Alexander) Bricklayer, 163, Abbey-Jlreet. 
Mc. Cune (James) Merchant, 5, N. Anne-ftreet. 
Mc. Cutchin (George) Timber-merchant, 24* Tbcmas-ftteet. 
Mc. Daniel (Chriltopher) Smith and Iron-monger, 9, Chat les-ftreet. 
Mc. Daniel (John) Cabinet-maker, 71, Capel-flreet 
Mc. Daniel ( Michael) Ps.pei -manufacturer, 19, Cook-ftreet. 
Mc. Daniel (Richard) Brazier, 19, gt. B* itain-'*'treei . 
Mc. Dermot (Bernard) Cabinet-maker, 30, Golden-lane. 
Mc. Dermot (Charles) Grocer, 26, Charles-fl> eet. 
fMc. Dermot (J>hn) Merchant, 112, James' 's-freet. 
Mc. Detmot (L^utence) Silk-manufatlurer, 178, old.Church-flrcet . 
Mc. Dermot (Patrick) Drug-m; rehant, 15, Jeriis- flreet. 
Mc. Dermott (Roger) Habcrd.fhei and Hofier, 150, gt. Britain-free-'. 
Mc. Donald (fames) Druggift, 38, Bride-freet. 
M> . Donald (J am b) Druggift and Chymitt, 10, Arran-quay. 
Mc. Donald ( John) Paper-manufacturer, 2, Bridgefoot-jtreet. 
Mc. Donald (Patrick) Butcher, 119, N. King-flreet. 



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Mc. Donnell, Gibbons and Co. Tobacconifts, 6, EJfex-bridge. 

Mc. Donnell (Alex. & Jas. ) Harpftchord & Pianoforte-makers, 2, Church-la. 

Mc. Donnell (Eleanor) Pattern-drawer, 2, o\ Anne-ftteet. 

Mc. Donnell (James) Thread and Tapc-manufaclui er, 14, Ransford-ftr. 

Mc. Donnell (James) Timber-merchant, 96, up. Ccombe. 

-f-Mc Donnell (John) Merchant. 68, City-quay. 

Mc. Donnell (John) Paper-maker, 31, Cook-jtreet. 

Mc. Donnell (Matthew) Paper-manuiacturer, 40, Cook-ftreet. 

Mc. Donnell ( A, &M ) Silk-m.nufacturers, 1 ^Parliament -Jh&cz y Caftle-ft . 

Mc. Donnell (Richard) Hot and Cold- Calendrcr, 21, Cook-ftreet. 

-j-Mc. Donnell (Thomas and Co.) Mei chants, 8, Lurgan-ftreet, 

Mc. Donnell (Thomas) Printer and Bookleller, 50, EJJex-ftreet. 

Mc. Donogh (Denis) G ocer, 17, Smock-alley. 

Mc. Donogh (Denis) Woollen-draper, 8, Francis-jtreet. 

Mc. Donough (John) Carpenter, so, Coleraine-ftreet. 

Mc. Donough (William) Diuggilt, 2.7, S. gt. George* s-ftreti. 

Mc, Donough (William) Timber-merchant, 124, N. King-ftreet. 

Mc. Doole (Hugh) Book-binder, 14, gt. Strmnd-ftt eet . 

Mc. Enery (Thomas) Perfumer & Hair-powdcr-manufac. ^o y Daivfon-ftr. 

Mc. Evoy (John) Grocer, 1, Tighe-ftreet. 

Mc. Evoy ( John) Sadler, 126, Thomas-ftreet. 

Mc. Evoy (John) Silk-manufa£lurcr, 49, Francis-ftreet. 

Mc. Evoy (Michael) Apothecary, 168, Abbey-jtreet. 

Mc. Evoy (Nicholas-) Weaver, 1, Carman-hall. 

Mc. Evoy (Timothy) Carpenter, 134, To<wnj end -ftreet. 

Mc. Gannan (Jofcph) Hatter^ 7, Manor-Jheet. 

Mc. Garry (Bryan) Grocer, 17, Holles-ftreet. 

Mc. Garry (William) Grocer, 53, S ephen* s-green. 

Mc. G?.u:an (Edward) Hair-arefler, 16, Aungier-ftreet. 

Mc. Gaurun (Patrick) School-mailer, 61, Fill-lane. 

Mc. Gee (John) Pawn-broker, 19, S. gt. George's -ftreet. 

Mc. Glen (Kdward) Grocer, 76, Vrancis ftreet. 

Mc. Gowan (Michad) Scotch-merchant, 73, Ftll-lane. 

Mc. Gowan (Patrick) Gro er, 57, iV King-ftreet. 

Mc. Grath (Wilham) Skinner, 108, James' s-ftreet. 

Mc. Grcgcr (John) Haberdaflier, 99, Thomas-ftreet. 

Mc. Gregor (Letitia) Merchants-ttoi es, 46, City-quay. 

Mc. Gregor (Robert) Supervifor Ballad-office, 2,5, Eftex -ftreet. 

Mc. Guire (Condantine) Grocer, 43, Higb-ftreet. 

Mc. Guire (Daniel) Infp:c\or and Mcafurcr, Mount -lodge y Broadftone. 

Mc. Guire (John) Merchant, 48, Stephen-ftreet. 

-f*Mc. Guire (Simon) Merchant, 2, Bachel:r\-<walk. 

Me. Guire (Thomas) Brazu r ta£ Tin-man, 9, Bt tdgefoot-ftreet, 

Mc. Guit r (Thoma: ) Linen-draper, 22, Smithfteld. 

Mc. Ilaac (Robert) Holier, 8- EJfcx-ftreet. 

Mc. Ilwiath (Wm.) Lottcr y-officc-ke per, 22, Capel-ftrert. 

Mc. Kr nna (Edward) Grower, 3, S-wift's-rciv. 

Mc. Kenna (Owen) Tobacconilt, 6, Fa rick-ftreet. 

Mc. Kenny (John) Merchant, 106, Ftll-lane. 

■YMc. Kenny (Thoma6) Hoficr, 63, Stepben-jtrcet, 



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Mc. Kenfie (Benjamin) Shoe-maker, 8, Barrack-fireet. 

Mc, Kf-nzie (William) Bookfeller, 33, College -green. 

Mc. Keon (Michael) Currier, 26, Wood-quay. 

Mc. Keov/n (Daniel) Grocer, 9, up. M'erion-ftreet. 

Mc Kernan (Charles) ClaiTical-t'chool-mafier, 12, James's-fireef. 

Mc. Kiernan (Charles) Linen-draper, 23, Corn-market. 

Mc. Kiernan, (Hugh) Linen-draper, 133, N. King-Jlreet. 

Mc. L?r n (Donald) Tin-plate-worker, 108, Tbomaf-fireet. 

Mc. Laren (Donald) Tin-plate-worker and Brazier, 14, Naffau-flreet. 

Mc. L .ughlan (James) Apothecary, 11, A>idre<w-jireet. 

Mc. Laughlin (Anthony) Merchant, 18, UJher's-quay. 

Mc. Laughlin (Charles*, Cotton-fpinnrr, 42, Ran<fird~ftreet. 

Mc Laughlin ( fames) Butcher, Ormond- market. 

Mc. Laughlin (John) Feather and Quill-mcrchant, 15, Patrick-flreet. 
Mc. Laughl n (Mark) Writing-maftcr, 17, Grangegorman-lane. 
Mc. Laughlin (Pat.) SheriftVpeer and Woollen-draper, 12, Francis-Jlreet. 
Mc. Laughlin ( Walter) Feather and Q^'iH-.neiv.hanr, 20, Caftlc-market. 
M Laughlin (William) Linen-draper and Habcidather, 39, William fir* 
Mc. Laughlin (William) Linen-drap-r, 20, Tozunfend-fireet. 
Mc. Lean ( Altxan.iei ) Boot and Shoe-mak-r, 14, Ttgbe-llreet. 
Wc. Lean (John) Glazier, 151, James's-fireet. 
Mc. Lean (John) Wat< h-maker, 66, Grafton-flrcet . 
fM. Loghlin (John) Mer< ' .nt, 28, UJher s quay. 
Mc. Lorinan (Margaret) Woollen and Luun-di ap~r, 1 8, Vicar -flreet. 
Mc. Mahon (Bryan and Son) Merchants, 19, N. Anne-fir aet , 
Mc. Mahon (Chriitophrr) Grocer, 71, Cook-Jtreet. 
Mc. Mahon (Diana) Merchant, 31, 7 a a 
Mc. Mahon (Jam.,) Apothecary, Jj],^^ 
Mc. Mahon (James) Peruke-maker, 3, Hammond-Jaw. 
-f*Mc. Mihon (John) Sugar-bakery 6, Townfend-flreet . 
Mc. Mahon (Patrick) Card-maker, ioi,7 Thomas flreet 
Mc. Mahon and Byrn.\ Grocers, 59, f " 
Mc. Mahon (Roger) Timber-meaiu er, 110, Tcwx end-fireet. 
Mc. Mahon (Terence) Apothecary, 72, gt. B' itain-flreei. 
Mc. Mihon (Elizaheth) Timber-merchant. 43, Moore-Jtreet. 
Mc. Manu^ (Matthew) Grower, 1, N. King-fireet. 
Mc. Mnnus (Patrick) Clothier, 35, New-market. 
Mc. Mine (Thomas) Deal-merchant, %, $<ioif*s-r:<w. 
Mc. Mullen (Alexaode ) Apothecary, 101, Ca^el-Jheet . 
Mc. Mullen (Neal) A{> dfeh< -cary^ 118, Capel-Jireei . 
Mc. Mullen (Andrew) Soap-manufaclurer, Alf^W 
Mc. Nabh (Richard) Grocer, 83, i 1 °™J™-J*"*- 

Mc. Nally (A:in) Pcwterrr, 39, Br idgefooi -flreet . 
Mc. Nally ( James) Silefmaiter and Grocer, 60, Smitbfield. 
Mc. Owen ( Arthur) Breeches-maker, 66, Cook-fireet. 
Mc. Owen (Denn ; s) Starch & Hair-powder-mtnufaa. 2$,«S. George^s-Jlreet , 
Mc. Owen (Richard) Cabinet-maker, 108, Capel-jtreet. 
Mc. Owen (Thomas) Skinner, 59, Watling-ftreet . 
Mc. Quillon and Smith, Woollen- Irapers, 3, Corn-market. 
Mc. Quiftin (Richard) Seal-engraver, 153, Capel-jtreet. 



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Mc. Robins (Daniel) Vintner, 19, Crampt on- court. 
Mc. Sparran (Eflher) Tea-dealer, 63, Exchequer-ftreet. 
Macbride (Thomas) Hardware-merchant, 27, W. New-row. 
Mack (John) Cabinet-maker, 188, Abbey-flreet. 
Mack (John) Stone-cutter, 86, Dorjet-fireet. 
Mack (Mary) Milliner, 69, Capel-jtreet. 
Maclean (Mary) Linen-draper, 115, Jameft-jtreet. 
Macklin (John) Hofier, 45, Brunfwick-fireet. 
M'.cklin (|ohn) PrintrfeHer, 32, Tem'.le-bar. 
Machine (feufby) T'mhrr-merchant, 35, Townfend-ftreet. 
Maclune (Southwell) Cabinet-maker, 185, Abbey fire et. 
-j- Madden (Arundel) Merchant, 88, Town'end-Jtreet. 
Madden (Denis) Boot & Shoe-.mak'-r, 14. Wood-quay. 
Madden (Edward ) Carpenter, 9, Brabazon-ftreet. 
Madden (Edward) Silk-manufacturer, 6, Wormwood-gate. 
Madden (Harriet) Haberdafher. 106, Capel-Jireet. 
Madden (James) Grocer, 34, Thcmas-fireet . 
Madden (Samuel) Apothecary, 42, o\ King-flreet. 
Madden (Thomas) Hair-dre fler, 28, low. Mary-fireet. 
Madden (William) Pap* r-manufac>urer, 7, Merchants^quay. 
Madden (Samuel) Brewer, 40, UJher^s-quay. 
Madder and Co. Porter-brewers, 89, Jameses-fired. 
Maddock (John) Hatter, 22, Prujjia-ltreet, 
Maddock (Jofeph) Hatter, 15, Cork-hill. 
Magan (Richard) Apothecary, 34, Skinner-row. 
Magrn (Thomas) Woollen-draper and Mercer to his Majefty, 49, High-fir 
Magauran (Patrick) Mercantile Academy, 23, Hammond-lane. 
M2gce (James) Table-beer-b' ewer, 90, James'' s-fireet. 
M-gee (John) Printer of the Dublin Evening Poit, [, Trinity-fireet. 
-f-Magee (Robert 2nd William) M'rchsnts, 27, low. Ormond-quay. 
Magennis (Patrick) Baker, 28, Ckarles-fireet. 
Magill (Andrew) Stay-maker, 170, gi. Britain-ftreet. 
Magill (William) Watch and Clock-imker, q6", 6\ gt. George"* s-jtreet. 
Magrath (Anne) Haberdafher, 14, William-fir eet . 
Migrath (Civ i(topber) Carpenter, 150, Francis-ftreet . 
^Magrath (Folliott) Merchant, 75, FLe'-fireet. 
Magrath (John) China and Delph-l-ller, 61, Dorjet-fireet. 
Magrath (Michael) Taylor, 47, Clarendon- fir eet . 
-fMaguire and Keightley, Merchants, 25, Denmark- fir eet. 
Itf aguire (Bridget) Flannel-manufacturer, 2, Ardee-fireet. 
Maguire (Daniel) Flax-dreffer and Rope-maker, 34, Francis-fir eet. 
Maguire (Margaret) Grocer, 13, Fifl.mmble-Jtreet. 
Maguire (Michael) Shoe-maker, 38, Henry-jtreet. 
Maguire (Philip) Grocer, 48, Dor et-ft: eet. 
Maguire (Rofs) Merchant, 34, Atran-quay. 
Maguire (Ttfence) Jeweller, 1, upper Ormond-quay. 
Mnguire (Terene< ) Wholefal^-Krocer, 106, Pill-lane. 
Mayirre (Thom?s) Merchant, 16, Aran-flreet. 
Maher (Percr) Flour and Corn- aclor, 3, W. Arran-fireet . 
Maher (Thomas) Button and Trimming-merchant, 35, Cafile-fireet. 



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Merchants and 'Traders. 



Maher (Timothy) Linen-draper, 10, Nicholas -Jlreet* 
Mahon (James) Butcher, 78, Patrick-Jtreet. 

Mahon (Mich.) S^t-mum^^uvti ^Crane-lane^Thomas-fl .^z^Pembrcke-quay. 



-f-Maiben (John) Merchant, 27, N. Anne-jtreet, 
Ma ley (Charles) Taylor, 13, gt. Strand-jtreet. 
Malle t (Robert) Cabinet-maker, 62, Capel-jtreet. 
Malone (Andrew) Card-maker, 37, Thcmas-flreet. 
Malone (Maurice) Silk-manufacturer, 51, Pill-lane. 
-f Malone (Peter and Jofeph ) Merchants, 21, Sy camcre- alley 
Malone (Sylve(ler) Grocer, I, Henry-jlreet. 
Malone (Thomas) Giocer, 107, Ccombe. 
♦Malone ( William) Grocer, 46, Tbtmas-ftreet . 
Man (Ifaac) Boof and Shoe-maker, 51, Cajile-ftreet. 
Manager (John) Grocer, 60, Exchequer-ftreet . 
Manders (Joftiua) Timber-merchant, 157, James' s-ftreet. 
Manders /Ifaac) Baker, 13, Smcck-alley. 
Maoders (Richard) Biker, 113, James's-ftreet. 
Mang:m (Alice) Skinner and Spirit- merchant, 24, fVatling-flreet. 



Mangan (Thomas) Gro^ er, 29, Thomas -ftreet 
t> Mannan (Andrew) Tm-pUte-worker Sc Brazier, 12, While' s-lane. 
Mannin (Patrick) Starch-manufacturer, 47, St^henftreet . 
Manning (Efnrn) Haberdafher, 39, Liffey-jtreet. ' 
' Manning (M. J. ) Matter of the Eng. Grimi. & Caligraphical Sch. z,Drury-L 
Mansfield (Patrick) Ltather-fcller, 37, Wiuetavern-Jlreet. 
Mansfield (William) Button and Trimming-merchant, 1, IV. New-rciv. 
Mansfield (Thomas) Leather-fcller, 2, W. Ne<wrc<w. 
Manwarinr (Sylveller) Poulterer, 13, r mo r. J -market. 
Manypcnny (Henry) Taylor and Linen-draper, 121, Ccpel-fireet. 
Many penny (Jane) Mantua-maker, 3, Cbatbam-Jtreet. 
Manypenny (Samuel ) Tallow-chandler, 10, Ormond-market. 
fMaquay (George & J. L.) Mc rc hants & Sugar-bake: s, 143, Thomaf-fif. 
Marchbank (Robert) Printer & Patent Medlcine-fcller, 10, Temple-lane. 
Mark (Elizabeth) Tallow-chandler, 75, S. gt. Gecrge" s-Jlreet. 
Marriner (Thomas) Butcher, 15, Meath- market. 
-f-Marfden (John) M er< hant, 2, Harcsurt-Jlreet. 
Marfli and Co. Haberdafliers, 81, Stephen flreet. 
Mirfh Mames) Iron-monger, 28, Kennedy 's-lane. 
Majfh (James) Linen-draper, 32, Moore-Jlreet . 
Marfh (Patrick) Upholder and Auctioneer, 33, Bride' s- alley . 
Mzrfhall (Charles) Brazier, 132, Toivn'end-flree:. 
Marfhall ( Jamr<) Coal-factor, 9, Aftcn's-quay. 
Mai fhall (Thomas) Gun-maker, £,\Barrack-jtreet. 
Marfhall ( William) Stucco-plailUrer and Painter, 2, Linen-fwll-fireet. 





72 Merchants and Traders. MAZ 

•fMarfton (Daniel) SherifFVpeer and Merchant, ii, 1 

Mart>n (Chriirina) Linen-d ap 199, > Abbey-fireet, 

Ma. tin (Eliza) Habrrdaftier, 84, ' 3 

Mart'n (John) Dialer in Spirits, 19, George's-quoy* 

Martin and Ormfby, Merchants, 3, Henry-jireet. 

21art ; n (Pitrick) Gmcrr, 25, Neiv-ftreet. 

Martin (Peter) I on-monger, 3c, W. New-row. 

Maitin (Pctei ) Perumrr, 33, Grafon-firect. 

Martin (Patrick) Biker, 35, Grlden-lane. 

Martin (Catharine) Weaver, 43, RansJorJ-ftreet. 

Martin (Thariy) Grocer, 84, 7 , 

Mart.n (Thomas) Grocer, 24, \ rtll ~ lane - 

Martin (Thomas) Foreign Fruit-merchant, 16, Smock-alley. 

Martin (Thomas) Watch-maker, 22, up. Ormond quay, 

Mai tin (Willi m) Apothecary, 84, Abbey-ftreet. 

Martin (William) PrelTer, 11, W. Park-fireet. 

■(■M attic y (John) Wine-merchant, 7, Crow-fired. 

Malon (Benjamin) Se3l-cmter„ 26, Exchequer-fircct. 

Malon (James) Horfe-dealer, Jcrvis-lane. 

Maton (Seacombe) Optician, 8, Arran-quay, 

M.ifoa ( William Naff.iu) Umbi ella-manura£turer, 28, Merchants-quay. 

iMAlbn.(William) Stay-maker, 68, Stephen-fir eet. 

M '.ttei Ton (Benjamin) Taylor, I, Faucets-court. 

j Mairei Ion (John) Wine-merchant, 6, Latin 1 s -court. 

Mathers (Blacker) Linen-draper, 35, Back-lane. 

Mathews (Bernard) Chmdler, 18, Dawfon-fireet. 

Mathews (Francis) Laml-furveyor and Meafurer, 69, Marrowbone-lane. 

Mathews (Merv>n) Timber-merchant, 3, Luke-fireet* 

Matthews ( John) Grocer, 1, r.ew Church -fir eet. 

Matthews ( John) Nuiferyand Seed-merchant, 50, Dorfet-fireet. 

Matthews (John) Timber merchant, 24, Patrick' s-clofe. 

Matthews (Catherine) Slater, 44, Fleet-fireet. 

Matthews (Owen) Confectioner, 47, Coombe. 

Matthews (Thomas) Butcher, 9, Beef-row, Ormond-market. 

Matthews (William) Cheefe-monger, 14, E. Arran-fireet . 

Matthews (William) SUk-throwfter, 1, Fordham s-alley. 

Maturin (William) Oetk of the Munfter Roid, 71, Camden-fireet. 

Maturin and M'Mahon, Booklcllers, 5, S ephen-jireet , 

Maui ice (Mary) Paper-maker and Slate-merchant, », Georges-quay. 

Maxwell (John) Taylor, 22, E. Cole-alley. 

f Maxwell (Maty and Richard) Merchant?, 33, Pill-lane. 

-fMiXwell and BalrV, Grocers, 143, Francis-jtreet. 

■f Maxwell (Thomas) Merchant, 30, Fleet-fireet. 

Maxwell ( John and Co.) Merchants, 12, Mecklenburgh-ftreet % 

May (Charles) Grocer, 25, Cujjc-fireet. 

May (Frederick) Watch-maker, 138, Capel-fireet. 

May (Lou lu) Milliner and Haberdafher, 43, E x chequer -fir eet. 

May fie Id (Samuel) Gocer, 40, Tigh-fireer. 

Maziere ( Andrew de It) Tea-man, 38, Dame-fireet. 

Maziere (Bartholomew and Co ) Merchants, 6, Mary's -abbey* 



MIT Merchants and Traders. 



Maziere (Martin) Merchant, 26, Eccles-ftreet. 
Meahan (Laurence) Bake;, 24, Town] end-fir eet. 
Mealy ( John) Hatter, 61, Meath-Jireet. 
Meara (Daniel) Chapman and Dealer, 14, George's quay. 
Meara (William) Flour-merchant, J45, Thstnas-ftreet. 
Meures (Georg:) Winr-cooper, 29, lozv. Ormond-quay . 
Mechan (Jeremiah) Wo<- l!en-draper, 5. "fj :hn s-lane. 
M.chan (John) Woollen-draper, iS, Francis-firee!. 
Medcalfe ( Hern y) Linen-printer, 44$ Marrowbone lane. 
Medcalf (Charles) Cabinet-m? ker, 26, B riders -alley. 
Medlicot ( I' dw^rd) Fac~to , 14, Queen-ftreet. 

Meekings (Thomas) L inen-drap r and Haberdafhrr, 105, BriJe-jheet. 

Mcgrath and Nowlan, Pot-afh & Soap-ma nuracTrur- re, 39, Brunfivick-fi. 

Mehain (James) Printer zn- Bookfelicr, 75, Aungier-fireet. 

-f-MelviU (David and Co.) M.-.chants, 36, bow-fireet. 

Melvin (Francis) VintnT, 6, N. Church-lane . 

Mequignon (P.) Cook and Vintner, 20, E. Park-fireet. 

•^Mercer (Rob> rt and Richai <j) Merchants, 52, Capel-flrees. 

Meredith (Richard Duke) Apothecary, 11, Marlbirsugh-ftreei. 

Merle (John) French-cook, 57, & gt. Georges'* s-fireet. 

Merry (Thomas) Taylor, 27, Ttrnj-ie-bat . 

Merrymnn (James) Wool-io abcr, 13, Ajh-fireet. 

Meitayer (John) Jeweller, 151, Caf.fl preet '. 

Metcalf" (Anthony) Chandler, 46, High-Jlreet. 

Middlemen, (Elizabeth) Skinner, 31, Bull-alley. 

■fMiddleton (Joleph) Accountant, 1 I, Philifjburgh-lane. 

Middleton (Robert) L ; nt n-draper, 65, Meath-flt net. 

Middleton (Samuel) Merchant, 23, IVa'divg-ftreet. 

Middlewood (William) Fruit and Seed-merchant, 32, Graftcn-fireet. 

Millea (John) Taylor, 8, Rob-Ian*: 

Miller (David) Hatter, 31-J, Ejjex-Cirect. 

Miller (James) Bafket-maker, 33, fijhamble-jireet, & 20, lo. Exchange-fir. 

Miller (John) Taylor, 17. Graftvti-ftreet. 

Miller (Jofeph) Cabim t-maker, 42, Co:mbe. 

Miller (Nathaniel) Breeches-maker, 29, 5. King-ftreet. 

•(•Miller (Stephen) Merchant, 8, Bachelor 's-uuilk. 

Millrkcn (John) Pookftlle', 32, Grafton-jfreet, 

Millikin (John) Razor-manu!a£\ur«: , 4, Trinity ffieei. 

Mill ngton (James) Taylor and Habit-maker, 38, Clarendon-fir eei , 

Milikin (John) Silk-manu^ac"* urer, 7, Nicholas-fireet. 

Milikin (Sidney) Silk-manuudturer, 7, Caftle-fireet 

Mills ( Eleanor) Haberdafher, 25, Aungier-Jlr ect. 

Mills (Michael) Printer, 36, Dorfet-jlreet. 

Minchin (Boyle) Salefmafter, 65, N. King-Jlreet. 

Minchin (Humphrey) Linen-draper, 12, Parliawent-fireet. 

Minchin (John and Co.) Woollen-drap trs, 31, Davie-Jlreet. 

Miot (Abiaham) Grocer, 82, Stephen-fireet . 

Mitchell (James) Cotton-mcinuradturer, 5, Ran s ford -fir eet-% 

Mitchell (John) Printer, 64, Exchequer "'beet. 



i 74 / Merchants and Traders. M 

Molloy (Anne) Milliner, 12, Caftls-ftreet. 

-fMoller (Andrew) Merchant, 20, Tork-Jireet. 

*f*Mollers, Dixon and Sneyd, Merchants, 47 7 r . 

Moller (peorgcj Slate-merchant, 44 £, j &*H**J* 

Molloy and Andrews, Hoop-maker*, 5, Trinity- ftreet. 

Molloy ( John) Hair-powdcr-manufaclurer, 30, Cole's-lane. 

Molloy (John) Grocer, 79, Francisftreet. 

Molloy (Neale) Grocer, 101, Thomas-ftreet. 

-f-Mollc\y (Philip) Merchant, 7, low. Ormond-quay. 

Molloy (Thomas) Baker, 72, Fraud s- ft reet. 

Molloy (Thomas) Shoe-maker, 3, Tczun lend -ftreet. 

Molony (Thomas) Tobacconilt, 57, Caftle-ftreet. 

Moncrie-fYe (Richard) Alderman and Coroner, 44, gt. Strand flreet. 

Monk (Laurence) Coach-maker, 24, CoW s-lane . 

Monk (Thomas) Grower, 6, Park-Jireet. 

Monly (Timothy) Joiner, 13, Aft oil's -quay. 

Mons ( Bartholomew) Cotton-manui->.£turer, 3, Pimlico. 

Monro (Donald) Linen-draper, 2, Tighe-flreet. 

Montgomery (Catharine) Haberdafher, 17, Caft/eftreet. 

Montgomery (E.) Tea-dealer, 42, Dorjet-ftreet. 

Montgomery (William) Infp-ftorof Excife, 18, §>ueen-ftreet. 

Mooney (Gerald) Hatfr, 46, gt.* Ship-ftreet. 

Mooney (James) Butcher, 13, Caftle -market. 

Mooney (James) Grocer, 19, Exchange-ftreet. 

Mooney (Margaret) Hai:-cloth-manura£turer, 154, Francis -ftreet, 

Moo»ey (Mark) Coal-faclor, 11, A/ion's -quay. 

Mooney (Patrick and William) Dry-coopers, 18, Arran-quay. 

Mooney ( Richard ) Grocer, 11, Hammond-lane. 

-(-Mooney (Thomas) Iron-monger, 169, old Church ftreet. 

Moore (Ambrofe) Goldfmith and Watch-maker, 69, Dame-ftreet. 

Moore (Anna) Tea-ware-room, 58, «$ gt. George'' s-ftreet. 

M ore (Anne) Butcher, 8, Caftle-market. 

Moore (Daniei) Apothecaiy, 10, Grafton-ftreet. 

Moore (Elizabeth) Stationer, 44, James'' s-ftreet. 

Moore (Elizabeth) Upholder, 184, gt. Britain- flreet. 

Moore (Garret) Grocer, 46, Grafton-ftreet. 

Mwre (James) Bftokf.ller and Lotrery-offic e-keeper, 45, ColUge-gre 

Moore (James) Merchant, 119 and 124, Thomas-ftreet. 

Moore (Ignatius) Grocer and Tobacconift, HI, old Church-ftreet. 

Moore (John) Agent Tor Deferters, 28, Mary-ftreet. 

Moore (John) Cabinet-maker, 12, N. A-nne -ftreet. 

Moore (John) Grocer, 12, Aungier-ftreet . 

Moore (lobn)S«It-m,ii»f«fturer, 39,\ ncma ,.f treeL 

Moore (John) 1 allow-chandler, 33, $ J 

Moore (Margaret) Cheefe-monger and Grocer, 44, EJfex -ftreet* 

Moore (Mary) Stay-maker, 39, 6". King-ftreet. 

Moore (Peter) Skinner, 8, PV ailing- ftreet. 

Moore (Rebecca; Milliner and Haberdafher, 69, Marlborcugh-jtreet. 
Moore (Robert) Watch-maker, 39, S. Ki»g-ftrcft. 



MUL Merchants and Traders. 



Moore (Mary) Glazier, 22, Croivjlreet. 

Moore (William) Cabinet-maker, 22, Abbey-flreet. 

Moore (William) Oil and Colourrmerchant, 57, City-quay, 

•f-Moore (William) Wine-merchant, 53, Marlborough-Jlreet. 

Moore (William) Jeweller, 2, Abbey -Jireet. 

Moore (William) Inlayer and Cabinet-maker, 47, Capel-Jlreet, 

Moran ( Francis) Glover, 53, Cajfle-Jtreet, 

Moran (Francis) Taylor, 27, Fleet-Jtreet. 

Moran (Michael) Grocer and Seedfman, 62,7 cr >i n 

Moran (Ann) Seedlwoman and Grocer, 76", $ 1 homas 'J treeL 
Moran (James) Iron-monger, 20, Charles-j'treet. 
Moran (John) Butcher, 6, Caftle-market. 

Moran (Patrick) Rope-maker, 12, Prll-lane, 

f Moran (Thomas) Merchant, 18, N. Anne-ftreet. 
Moran (Thomas) Wine-merchant, 31, low. Ormond-quay, 
Morgan (Edward) Holier, 76, Dame-jlreet. 
Morgan (Francis) Hatter, 4, little Ship-flreet. 
•(■•Morgan (James and Thomas) Merchants, 39, Pill-lane, 
Morgan (Jane) Cotton-manufacturer, 35, Charles -Jireet, 
Morgan (John) Chandler, 14, low. Ex change- Jlr eet . 
Morgan (John) Stone-cutter, 58, Exchequer-Jireet, 
Morgan (Patrick) Baker, 13, up. Kei'in-Jlreet. 
Morgan (Patrick) Grocer, 6, Bt ide-Jlreet . 

Morgan (Robert) Cabinet-maker and Upholder, 21, Henryjlreet, 
Morgan (William) Cotton-manufa&urer, 32, Back-lane. 
Morifon (John) Woollen-draper, 50, High-Jlreet. 
Morlan (David) Habeidafher and Perfumer, 4, Najfau-Jlreet . 
Morlet (Aithur) Cabinet-maker, 59, S. gt. George" s- jireet, 
Morley (Catharine) Linen-draper, 4, Henry-Jlree4. 
Morris (Feiix) Cork-cutter, 32, low. Exchange-Jtreet, 
Morris (John) Butcher, 10, Poclbeg-ftreet. 

Morris (John) Smith and Harm.fs-buckle-maker, 19, Br aith wait -Jireet, 
Morris (Jofeph) Hatter, 14, Cajlle-jbeet. 
Morris (Nicholas) Ship-chandler, 15, George" s-quay. 
Morris (Thomas) Tin-plate-worktr & Ol-merchant, 17, ParliamenUjlr, 
Morris (William) Grocer, 26, Meath-Jlreet. 
Morrifon (Thomas) Apothecary, 53, High-Jlreet. 
Morrifon (James) Linen-draper, 54, High-Jlreet. 
Morris (William) Merchant, 26, Greek-Jlreet. 
■briiTon (Robert) Carpenter, 6, /. Longford-Jlreet, 
Vlorron (John) Fruiterer, 24^, Ormond-quay, 
Morton (David) Ma liter, 19, UJher *s-quay . 
^ortoa ( William) Gun-nuker, 28, Cajlle-Jlreet. 
4oh (Richard) Fuftian-manufa£turer, 8, Golden-lane, 
ipff p (William) Letter-founder and Die-finker, 13, Ejfex-quay* 
4ountiin (Ann) Mantua-maker, ' 34, Bachelor" s -walk. 
fountain (Henry) ProfclTor of Mufic, 44, Grajton Jireet. 
/lowatt ( William) Taylor, 35, Chancery- lane. 
4oyle* (James) Laccman and Furrier, 14, Cutpurje-row, 
luley (Daniel) Gun-maker, 44, gt. Ship-ftteet, 

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7 ? Merchants and T raders. MUI 

Mulhcrn'f Ralph) Shoe-maker, $2, High-ftreet, 
MulholUn [Patrick) Woollen-d, apcr, 33, High-fir eet. 
Muliay ( |amcs) Merchant, 146, Abbey -\treeu 
Mullen (Barnaby) Clothier, 6, Chaptbt e-jh set . 

Mullen (O.n s) Thread & Tape-manufa&urer, 145, Francis fireet. 

Mullm (Henry) Si!k-manura£turer, 8, Han:ver-jn eet. 

Mullen (John) Grocer 20, 7 rAr , 

Molleo (JoM) Sh^-makcr, 8, 1 * ^"W' 

Mull n (Mary) Grocer & Spirit-merchant, w, Geor^s-quay. 

Mutvaay (Charles) Glafs-me:chant, 56, Caj el-flreet. 

Mulv-^ny N'C^o'.a. 1 ) P.utcher, 15, N. Anne-fireet . 

Mftltfey (Bartholomew and Edward) Shoemakers, 78, Thcmas-fireet. 

Murphy ( Andrew) "Wool left-draper, 6 High-fireet. 

-f-Mu phy (Anthony) Merchant, 63, Ccrk-Jheet. 

Mu phy (Catherine and Willi?m) -SalefmaH ei s, 48, Smithfield. 

Murphy and CorilTi, Merchants, 4, Luke-fireet. 

Murphy and Campbell, Button 8c Plated-rr.c : ai-manufacl, 4, Htey's-ecurt 
Murphy (Ch::r!cs) Taylor, r, Pembrcke-court. 
Murphv (Dennis) Corn-broker, 4, Luke-fireet, 
Murphy (Dennis) Grocer, 29, Nicholas-fireet. 
Murphy (D.nnis) Taylor, 14, Croiv-ftreet. 

Murphy (Edward) NurlVry and Seedfman, 10, Chrifi-church- lane. 
Murphy (Edward) Perfumer and Hair-dreflTcr, 10, Cope-ftreet, 
Mu;phy (Edward) Shoe-maker, 17, Bride-fi> eet. 
Murphy (Hugh) Ship wright, 2, George* s-quay. 

Mu-phy (James) Cabim t-maker, Upholder & Auctioneer, 2, EJfiex-quay,, 
Murphy ( James) Silk-dyer and Scourer, 148, N. King-fireet. 
f-Muiphy (J ime^) Skinner and Tanner, 19, Watling-firert. 
Murphy (John) Grocer, 16, Hamm:nd-lane. 
Murphy 'John) Sakfmatter, 48, Smithfield. 
Murphy (Jofeph)' Baker, 45, Fleet -fir eet . 
Murphy (Jofeph) Grocer, 39, EJJex-fireet. 
Murphy (Lawren r e) Merchant, 3$, Thomas-fir eet* 
Muiphy (Matthew) Baker, 3, gt. Cujje-flreet. 
Murphy (Michael) Button-manufa&urer, 57, Fifij amble-fir eet. 
Murphy (Michael) Table-beer-brewer, Blackpitts. 
Murphy (Morris) Fruiterer, 2, Najfau-itreet. 
Muiphy (Nicholas) Merchant, 153, Thomas -fir eet. 
Murphy (Patrick) Cotton-manufacrurer, 19, Ransford-ftreet . 
Murphy (Patrick ) Gro< er, 115, Abbey fireet. 
Mtvphv (Patrick) Rufh-, ha ; -maker, 38, Bride-fireet. 
Mm phy (Richard) Haberdafhei, 82, Grafion-jtreet. 
Mu phy (Richard) Timber-mcafun r, 28, Afojs-J'treet. 
Mu-phy (Sjflv (tei) Oroti»r, 72, Br/de-l'treet 
Murphy (Thomas) Chandler, m, EJfex fitcet. 
Mu |> ! 7 (Thoma*) CJorhici, 67, Cismbe. 
Mu- phy (Thoma ) G'CtCer, 7, Ccm-markct. 
Murphy ( Phomai) Me qhartr, 11, Met chant s-quay. 
Mar phy (Thomas) Merchant, 125, N King-fireet. 
Murphy (W lliam) S^oe-maker, 47, IV. New-rsi*. 
Ma i> ly f Willi am) iik uncr ? 32, Walm* fi r se t. 



NIC Merchants -and Traders, 



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Murphy (William) Taylor, 7, Wood-Jlreet. 

Murray (Barnaby) Silk-manu: a&urer, 1%, AJh-ftreet. 

Munay (Bernard) Cheek -raungcr, 3, S. gt. Geo? ge^s-ftreei. 

Murray (D;:vid) Writing-mart er, 8, gt. Sirand-ftreet. 

Murray (James) Shoe-maker, 2, lower Liffey fir set. 

Murray (Jaiiies) Tallow-chandler and So*j>-boiici\, 22, S. Anne-ftreet. 

Murray (John) Cotton and Linen manufacturer, 25, Ransfcrd-ftreet . 

Murray (John Fa&or, Tarn-hall 

Murray (John) Gioccr, I, up. Xsvin-ftreet . 

Murray (John) Linen -draper an ! Habci dniher, 79, Graf ton-Jl net t . 

Murray (John) Sadler, 48, College-green, 
. Murray (John) Pa nu-r, 140, gt B: itain-ftreei. 

Murray ( Patrick ) G; ocei , 102, Francis -Jlree: . 

Murray (William) Boot and Shoe-mak-. 54, Dame-ftreet. 

Murray (John) T ; n-plate-worker, 10, Pddle. 

Murry (Matthew) Cork-cutter,, r.eiv Wbite-crojs-yard, Pili-lane. 

Murtha (Thomas) I on-monger^ 118, Tb.mas-ftreet. 

Murtagh (James) Dye:, 4, A; dee-jti eet, 

Muflen (Dominick) Perfumer, 3, N. Earl-flreet. 

Myei = ( William) Stay-makei, 60, Fleei-Jlreet . 
: Myler (Thorna*) Olals feller, 25, Suffolk ftreet. 

Myltr (William) Foreign Fruit merchant & Perfumer, 171, h. Abbey-ftr, 

N. 

PNairac (John) Su^ar-baker & Merchant, i ) % y AJ}:n' , s-quaj, & $o y Abbey-ft. 

Naity (Tboma?) Glazier, 15, EJfex-quay. 

Nappei (Robert) Printer, 29, Capel-ftreet. 

Na ry (.Chriftopher). Taylor, 35, gt. Ship-ftreet. 

Nerdham (Thon.a-) Agent ;n Naval-afFa r .% 20, Frencb-ftreet , 

Neil! (John) Cabinet-maker, 86, Capel-ftreet. 

Nefbitt (Meade) Lin -n-draper, 6, Grafion-Ureet. 

Nclsfi> Id (Samuel) Tanner, ao, Javtes^s-Jh eet. 

N e tt.:rville (Edward) Merchant, 72, Dsrfet-flreet. 

Netterville (Patrick) Diftiller, 6, Conftituticn-btll. 

Nettervdlc (Richard) DilLller, 1, Kujffell'MQttrt. 

Netterville (William) Merchant, 29. Bachelor" s-'-walk. 

Keville (Arthut Richards) Engineer 6c Land-fill v yor, 19, Charlotte-fir. 

Mevill ( Arthur) Hai nefs-maker, 127, 'I l.ma'-fireet . 

I-Nevill (!3rent) SherifTVpeer and Merchant, 57, Abbey-ftreet. 

Nrvill (John) L very-ttabic- keeper, 19, Duke-jtrect. 

NevilL- (William) Culler, Sm:ck- alley. 

Nrwcomen (Sir Wm. GLadowc, Bt. and Co.) Bankers, 30, Caftle-ftr.etU 

Newell (Robert) Perfumer, 35, gt. Brttain-ftreet. 

Newland (David) Weaver, 62, Coowbe. 

ftewland (John) Grower, 93, Ke=vin\f-port. 

fewland ( Philip) Grocer, 5, Cbarlotte-jireet. 

Newman (James) Salcfr.-i.uU-, 45, Smithfeld. 

tft wi-pan (John) Furrier, 95, Graft on-flreei. 

8ewman (Thomas) Baker, 49, Coctnbe. 

Newton (G- orge) Mercer, 99, Graft ov.-firect. 

richolf.n (El. *t) Tobacconlt, 83, Bt ide-Jhcet. 



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Merchants and 7* raders. NUG 



•fNicholfon (Thomas and John) Linen-drapers, 10, ? p i n 

NUholfon (William) Linen-draper, 108, \ * ride -J treeT ' 

Nicholion (William) Merchant, 72, /. Kevin-Jlreet. 

Nicklin ( Ambrole ) Goldl'mUh, 2, 7 r- ^ 1 n 

Nicklin ( John) Silverfmith, 6, \ E ' 

Nickfon (Michael) Woollen-draper, 78, Grafton-Jlreet. 

•fNicoias (James) M rchant, 104, low Abbey-ftreet. 

Nicole (Francis) Livery-ftablr-kecpcr, 40, Excbequer-ftrett. 

Nicoll (Andrew) Taylor, 2, Harry Jlreet. 

Nihell (Chriftopher and Laurence) Diftillers, 44, Liffey-ftreet, 

Nixon (Frances) Milliner, 42, Marlborough-Jlreei. 

Nixon (John) Cotton-manufaiturer, 65, Francis-Jlreet. 

Nixon (Robert) Jeweller and Lapidary, 20, //'/. Strand-Jlreet. 

Nobiieau (Henry) Holier, 1, EJfex-quay. 

Nolan (James) Peruke-maker, 22, EJfex-Jlreet \ 

Nolan (Mary) Skinner, 63, Wat ling- jlreet. 

Norris (Robert) Hatter, 23, Temple-bar. 

'fNorris (Rowland) Merchant, 36, Fleet-Jlreet. 

North (James) Hardware-merchant, 21, IV. New -row. 

North (William) Brazier and Tin-plate- worker, 125, Thcmas-ftrcet* 

Norton (James) Hatter, 79, Meath-Jlreet . 

Norton (James) Jeweller and Goldlmith, 11, Crampt on- court. 

Norton (John) Hofier, 33, Capel-ftreet. 

Norton (John) High Shentf & Woollen-draper, 6*9, High-Jlreet. 

Norton (Ignatius) Clothier, 22, Braitbwait-Jlreet. 

Norton (John) Shoe-maker, 2, Chatham-row. 

Norton (William) Grocer, 42,. Boiv-Jireet. 

Norton (William) Shoe-maker, 16, An^gier -Jlreet. 

Norwood (John) Ship-chandler, 83, Rogerjons-quay, 

Nougc (John) Taylor, 231, % Fleet-Jlreet. 

Nouge (Petri ) Taylor, 56,3 J 

Nouland (Michael) Butcher, 106, Fatrick-Jlreet. 

Nowlan and Mc. Dermott, Tobacconitts, 38, Bridge-Jlreet. 

Nowlan (Dennis) Gro* cr, 24, George'' s -quay. 

Nowlan (Garret) Butdier, 4, Cajlle- market. 

Nowlan (James) Brazier, 47, Back-lane. 

Nowlan (James) Tallow-chandler, 4, BrtJgc-Jlreet. 

Nowlan (John) Coach-maker, 9, W hit ejriar Jlreet. 

Nowlan (John) Grocer, 5, Bride-ftreet. 

Nowlan (John) Hardware-merchant, 20, TV. New-row. 

Nowlan (Mary) Baker, 104, Bill-lane. 

Nowhn (Marcella) Haberdafhcr, 155, Thomas-Jtreet. 

Nowlan (Peter) Currier, 3, Back-lane. 

Nowlan (Philip) Grocer, 96, Francis-Jlreet. 

Nowlan (Simon) Baker, 32, Mary y s-lane. 

Nowlan (Thomas; Chandler, 12, Brtde-jtrcet. 

Nowlan (Thomas) Sugar-baker, no, ^ 

Nowlan (William) Merchant, 66, I - '(It 

Nugent (F.iHvard) Woollen-diaper, 30, f ' n ls "J 

Nugent (Edmoad) Woollen- rapn , 27, J 



OD'O Merchants and T raders. 



Nugent (John) Dyer, 34, Pitnlico. 
•f Nugent (John) Merchant, 22, Abley~fireet» 
Nugent (John) Woollen-draper, 6o, Pill-lane* 
Nugent (Laurence) Poplin-mercer, 31, Francis-fireet. 
Nugent ( Jof< ph) MufU'd-manu'aclurer, 6, PVsod-quay, 
Nugent (Mr.hael) Furrier, 13, Suffolk-fir eet. 
Nugent (Thomas) Grocer and Tea-dealer, 75, Dorfet-fireet. 
, Nugent (Thomas) Sadler, 7, Smithfield. 
Nugent (William) Grocr>, £8, Capel-ftreet . 
Nugent (William) Woollen-draper, 33, Francis-fireet. 
Nun (Richard) Paper-maker, 46, Bridge-flreet 
Nuttall (Thomas) Aflay-mafter, 2, Gordon* s-lane. 

O. 

O'Beme (Michael) Woollen-draper, 17, Francis-fireet. 

•fO'Brien (Bart.) Merchant, 14, gt. Britain-Jlreet. 

O'Brien (Btnjamin) Merchant 2nd Auctioneer, Cafile-fireet. 

O'Brien (Benjamin) Worfted-manufadturer, 1 1 v Mar k's -alley . 

-f-O'Biirn and Comc.rford, Merchants, 19, Merchants-quay. 

O'Brien (Cht iftopher) Woollrn-drapei , 1 and 2, Francis-fireet, 

-f*0'B» ien (Cornelius) Merchant, a, Fleet-fireet. 

O'Brien ( Dennis) Apothecary, 37, Tigbe-fireet, 

O'Br'en (Dennis) Grocer, 72, Bride-fir eet. 

O'Brien (Elinor and Rebecca) Haberdathers, 41, Caftle-fireet, 

O'Brien ( James) Hatter, 2, Poddle. 

O'Brien (James) Mercer, 29, Francis-Jlreet. 

O'Brien (Jam-s) Profeflor of Drawing, 49, Mar lb .rough -fir eet. 

O'Brien ( John) Woollen-draper, 24, Dame-fireet. 

O'Br'en (Mark) Collar and Harnefs-maker, 2.5, Pill-lane 

O'B-ien (Mary) Bacon and Fruit-warehoufe, 2, Cafile-market. 

O'Brien (Marv ) Grocvr, 27, Pat rick-fir eet. 

O'Brien (Michael) Woollen-draper, 36, High-Jlreet. 

O'Brien (Thorr as) Grocer, 14, low. Mericn-ftrect. 

O'Brien (1 m) Undertaker and Auctioneer, 159, gt. Britain-Jjreet. 

O'Brien (Vai -..line) Apothecary, 51, Moore-ftreet. 

O'Br -n (And :w) Chandler, 1, Ftjhamble-ftreet. 

O'Callagrun (James) 1 Merchant, 15, Bachelcr^s-ivalk. 

O'Conner ( • •.•m , n ck) Grocer, 1, Duke-jtreet. 

O'Conner (M lc s) Men hunt, 18, Ormond-quay. 

O'Co inor (Nicholas) Baker, 19, 5. Earl-fireet. 

O'ConnOi (Robert) L'nen-draper, 64, Thcmas-ftreet. 

-^O'Connor (Thomas) Merchant, 64, Bcltcn-Jireet. 

O'Connor (Timothy ) Dealer in Skins, 28, Tkomas-ftreet. 

O'Conne? (V/:il ; am) Engraver and Copper-plate-printcr, 9, E x chequer J! 

-f-O'Conncr ( Val, and Malaehy) Me.^hints, 6", Dominick-fireei. 

Odium (John) Grocer, 52, Thomas -fir eet. 

O'l >onncll (Daniel) Linen-draper, 14, Corn-market. 

O'Donneli (Anne) Rope-make* , 19, dd Church-fir eet. 

O'Donnrll (Robert) Grocer, 87, Camden-jireet. 

O'Donnell (Thotrvs) Tanner, 57, Ccrk-jireet 

O'Donnell (William) Grocer, 27, S. Tenvnjend-fireet, 



So Merchants and Traders. OSB 

O'Flaherty (EH ward and John) Tuhacconifts, i, Graft :n-flrect. 

O'Flaherty (James) Grocer, 15, PV ' tnetavern-ftrett . 

O'gilby (Jimes) Merchant, 18, Pruflia-ftreet . 

f O'gilby (Robert) Merchant, 23, D or <et -flreet. 

O'Gdraun ( Patrick j Grocer, 9, Jervis-ftreet. 

O'Hara (Chailes) Grocer, 12, High-flreet . 

O'Hara (Henry) Hardware-merchant, 32, IV. Nenu-r:<w. 

-fO'Hara ( 31'ivcr) W:ue-merchant, 54, Abbey-jtreet. 

O'Kecfe (Owen) Coach-lace-manufactorer, 48, Henry-Jlreet. 

O'Leary (James) Merchant and Ac. omptant, 11-, gt. Bt itain-flreet* 

O'Leaiy (Michael) Bookfcllrr, 113, Capelflreet. 

O'Leary (Thomas) Peruke-maker, 4, G- aft on- flreet 9 

O'Mara (John) Stay-maker, 8, N. Earl-flreet. \ 

O'Mcaly (Laurence) Baker, 6, Mois-flreet. j 

O'Neill (Arthur) Goldfmith, 10, Hcey's -court. 

O'Ncil (ChrUtopher) Card-rrlaker, 30, Pimlics. 

O'Neil (James and Co.) Grocers, 105, Thomas-flreet. 

O'Ncil (John) Cheefe, Spice & Pickle-merchant, 19, up. Ormond- quay. 

O'Neil (John) Houfe-painter & Floor-cloth-manula&urer, 9Z, Capel-flr. 

O'Nei! (Matthew) Merchant, 30, UJher^s-quay. 

O'Neil (Michael) Grocer, 49, Dorjet-flreet. 

O'Neil (Patrick) Shoe-maker, 51, Higb-flreet. 

O'Nril (Patrick) Shoe-maker, 58, Ftjh amble -flreet. 

O'Neil (Patrick) Woollen -draper, 40, Bridge-flreet. 

O'Neil (Patrick) Wooilen-druper, 29, Higb-flreet. 

O'Ncil (Thomas) Breeches-maker and Glover, 16, Li jfey -flreet. 

O'Neil (Thomas) Grocer, 16, Smithfield. 

•f-O'Nril (Thorn-is) Merchant, 14, Ujher's-quay. 

O'Ncil (Thomas) Merchant, 16, Merchants-. -nay, 

O'Neil (Wiiliam) Giocer, 27, Fijbamble-flt eet. 

Oiam (D*vid) Stone-cutter, 108, Abbey-Street. 

Ord (Arthur) Tanner, 46, Cork-flreet. 

O'Reilly ( Anthon) ) Caipeftter «nd Timber-merchant, 14, Hay-market. 

O'Reiliy (Edward) Grocer, 62, City-quay. 

O'Rely, (Elizabeth) Woollen-draper, 4, Corn-market. 

O'Reilly (Fianri.s) Apothecary; 129, Tkotna '-flreet. 

fO'Reily (John) Merchant, 22, WilUam-jireet. 

O'Redy (Margaret) Brewer, 23*,? Vranc - v a reeU 

O'Reilly (Matthew) Brewer, 23, S J 

O'Reilly (Michael) Apothecary, 92, Bride-ftieet. 

O'Reilly (Michael) Grocer, 105, Abbey flreet. 

O'Rrily (Sarah) Grocer, 30, George 's-quay. 

Ormfby ( ChriHophei ) Woollen-draper, 71, S. gt. Gecrge's -flreet. 

Ormiby (Henry and Son) Marchnllsof the Four Court, Marfljaljea, 

Ormfby (James and Co.) A'rent, 2, Daiolcn-flreet. 

Ormfby (John) Slator, 1, Rutland place, Cavendiflj-rciv. 

Orrs, Smith & Co. Callico irunufactui ers and Printrrs, 8, Merchants-quay. 

Or (Thomas) Linen-draper, $0, Henry-flreet. 

Orr (William and John) Muflin-manu v at>urrrs, 8, Merchants-quay. 
O /borne (George} Apothecary, 63, & gt Gcrge's-Jheet. 



PAS Merchants and Traders. Si 

O (borne (Ssmuel) Silk-dyer, 43, o\ New-row. 

Ofborne (Sufannah) Baby-Iincn-maker, 1, Trinity- ftreet. 

Ofborne (William) Cotton-manu f aclure'-, Ccrk-ftreet. 

O&o nfe (William) Jeweller, 59, 6'. gt. George* s-jtreet. 

Ofbrey (Geiaid) Callico-printer, 50, Marrowbone-lane. 

Ofbrcy (William ) Marfhnl of Dublin, 2, Coppinger's-row. 

-f-Overend (George) Merchant, 6, Largan-fireet. 

Ould (Elizabeth) Wine- merchant, 16, Frederick- ftreet. 

Ouldham (John) Shoe-maker, 5, Slrr an-quay. 

Ouklham (Tfromas) Merchant, 99, N. King-jtreet. 

Ouilaham (Elizabeth) Buf her, 18, Gesrge's-quay. 

Ouliaham (Henry) Butcher, 5, Poolbeg-fireet. 

Owens (John) Cotr?on-manufa£tui r, 9, Ransford- fireet. 

Owens ( Richard) Carpenter, I, Lincoln 1 s-lane. 

Owtns (Thomas) Cotton-manufacturer, 141, Thomas -fir eel. 

•fOwcnfon (Robert) Wine-mer ham, 4, 5 gt. G Jorge' s-fireet. 

Ozlin (Michael) Clothier, 15, Brabazon-row. 

P. 

Pache (John, James and Co.) Merchants, 26, UJler's-quay. 

Paine (George) Haberdafh-r, 38, College-green. 

Paine (George) Sadler, 37, Dame-Jlreet. 

Paine (George) Shoe-maker, 4, Tork-fireet. 

-f*?aine (Mitgaret) SiT.-dyer, 25, Coombe. 

fPalies (James) Merchant, 27, Stafford-ftreet. 

Palln (Thomas) WorHed-manu'a&ure; , 51, Coombe. 

Palmer (El zabeth) HaberdaOVr, 86, 6". gt. George' s-fireet. 

Palmer and Co. Hofiers, 11, EJfex-fireet. 

-f Palmer (George) Merchant, 4, French-faeet . 

Palmer (George) Sadler, 207, gt Briain-flreet. 

Pilmer (John) Haber lallier and Hofier, 12, Cutpur^e-row. 

Parke ( EHz.ibrth ) China and Glafs- warchoufe, 3, E. Arran-fireei. 

Parke (Robert) Archit-c>, 31, Willi am- fireet. 

Parker (Daniel) Collector of Paving-ux, 15, Brunjwick-Jirest. 

Parker (John) Book feller \ 72, Graf ton- fireet. 

Parker (John) Clothier, 10, Brabazon's-ro w. 

Parker (Joflius) Carpenter, 55. Marlborovgh-ftreet. 

Paiker (Matthew) Die-fwkrr and Letter-founder, 14, Bachelor' s- walk. 

Parker ( Marianne and Son ) Letter-founders, 47, Grafton-Jireet. 

Parker (Nathaniel) Clothier, 13, Chambre-fireet . 

Pat kcr ( W'lliam) Iron-monger, 4, Kennedy' f-la*e. 

Paikhill (James) Joiner and Butlder, 10, Hendrick-ftreet. 

Parkinfon (Richard) Stone-cutter, 107, Tcwnjend fireet. 

Party [Haas) W : ne-coop^r, 24, E. Cole-alley. 

Parfley (Anthony) Prnt-ieller, 195, Abbey-flrect. 

Pirfons (Thomas) Joiner and Timoer-merchanr^ 26, Golden-lane, 

Parlous (Thomas) Lint n-d< aper, 57, Back-lane. 

Partington (John) Silk-dyer, 51, S'ephen-flreei. 

Pa-vifol and D Hon, Brewers, 35, James's -fireet. 

Palky ( John) Printer and Grocer, 29, Graflcn-fi; ee\ 

Pafley (Joaa*) Win$-cccp:r, 13, J ervis -fireet. 



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Pafley (Jofeph) Grocer, 48, D or "et -ftreet. 
Pafley (Jofias) Silk-weaver, 4, Fade-ftreet. 
PafiVy (Robert) Iron-monger, 38, Caflle-ftreet. 

Pafley (William) Greek, Latin arid Englifli-fchool, 1, Cop pinged s -row. 

Pafmore (Nicholas ) Silk and Worfted-manufadhirer, 6, Francis-fireet. 

Pafmore (Patrick) Currier, 43, Winet aver n-Jtr eet. 

Patey (John) Stationer, io, A ungier -ftreet. 

Patifon (David) Currier, 21, Back-Lie. 

-^Patrick and Co. Merchants, Office, Bet kej da-lane, 

•f Patrick ( John) Merchant, 27, Palace-row. 

Patterfon (Alexander) Umbrcll?-maker, 8, gt. Britain-Street 

Patterfon (Martin) Sadler and Ha-nefs-mak.-r, 156, Abbeyftrcet. 

Patterfon (Robert) Taylor, 54, Fifhamble-Jtreet. 

Pattoun (Ro^er) Grocer, 41, Cuf'e-ftreet. 

Paul (Sawiucl) Joiner, 81, Capel-ftreet. 

Payton (Ifaacand Co.) Paper-makers, 31, Ejfex-ftreet . 

Paytor (Ifaac) Slk-manu f a£turer, 59, New-market. 

Pesrion ( Richard) Merchant, 129, James's-ftreet. 

Peck (William, jun ) Merchant, 37, Thomas-court. 

Peebles (James) Apothecary, 70, low Kevin-ftreet. 

Peel (James) Apothecary, 18, Barrack-fireet . 

Peel (Thomas) G.ocer, 28, Tighe-ftreet. 

Pelin (John) Diftiller, 44, Bridgefoot -ftreet. 

Pembcrton and M'Donnell, Piano-iot te-makers, 26, Fleet-fireet. 

Pemberton (Benjamin) Bricklayer and Lime-burner, 7, Park-place 

Pemberton (Jofrph) Cutler, 145, Capel-ftreet. 

Pembcrton (William) Bricklayer, 5, Park-place. 

Pentland (John and Charles) Timber-merchants, 10, Hendrick-Jlreet. 

Pentland (John) Sru-rifPs-peer and Apothecary, 62, Bolion-ftreet. 

Pentony (Bartholomew) Grocer, 97, old Church-ftreet, 

Peppard (Luke) Seed-merchant, 154, Capel-ftreet. 

Peppard (Robert) Grocer, 10 1, Thomas- ftreet. 

Percival (Samuel) Flax-drefTer and Rope-maker, 35, Francis -ftreet. 
Percy (Enward) Gold and Silver Chafer, 15, Bride-ftreet. 
Perrin (Foden) Apothecary, 38, Graf ton-fir eet. 
Pernn (Oeo-ge) Printer and Bookfcllcr, 10, 7 ~ qi a 



Penin (William) Apothecary, 3, J 
Perry (Matthew) Stone-cutter, 7, gt. Strand-Jireet. 
Perry (Thomas) MuuYal-in'trument-maker, 6, Anglejea-Jlreet , 
Peter (David) Goldfmith, 54, Char lemont- ftreet. 
Peters (Mary) Grocer, 31, & gt. George's -ftreet. 
P^terfon (Aaron) Ship-chandler and Bioker, 58, City-quay. 
Peteifon (Darby) Shoe-maker, 60, Stephen-fir eet. 
Pettigrew (Henry) Merchant, 12, Linen-hall-ftreet. 
Phair (John) Houfe-palntrr, 9, Golden-lane. 
Phelan (Jane) DiftilWr, Audecn's-arch. 
Phelps (John) Merchant, 60, Bride-ftreet. 
-f Phelps (Willcocki and John) Merchants, 90, Capel-ftreet. 
Phepoe (Richard) Tallow-chandler, 4, Hawkins 's-ft> eet. 
Phibb* (John) Weaver, 1$, MarVs-alley* 





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POT Merchants and Traders. 8 



Philbin (Thomas) Apothecary, 4, King's-inns-quay. 

Philips (Jonas) GlazitM, 6", Ward's-hill. 

Phillips (Michael) Agent, 29, Arran-qnay. 

Philips (Thomas) Giocer, 102, Francis- ftreet. 

Phillis (Sufannah) Wire-drawer and Worker, 77, Meath-flreet. 

Pickering (David) Brazier and Scale-maker, 11, Nicholas-fireet^ 

Pidgeon (William) Surveyor of Cuftoms, 83, Abbey-ftreet. 

Pierfon (Francis) Butcher, 12, Cafile-market. 

Pike (Henry) Holier, 38, Htgh-fireet. 

Pike (Richard) Grocer, 38, Tbotnas-ftreet. 

Pike (Robert) Shoe-maker, 51, 5. g:. George^ s-Jlreet. 

Pike (William) Plumber, 17, Fleet-ftreet. 

Pike ( William) Plumber, 16, gt. Ship-fireet. 

Pilkington (Thomas) Watch-maker, 18, gt. Britain- ftreet. 

-fPim (Jofhua and Jofeph) M-rchants, 15, UJher y s-ifiand. 

Pirn (Thomas and John) Woollrn-drapers, 34, Back-lane. 

Pinkney (Samuel) Baker, 31, Liffey-Jtreet . 

Pitchard (William) Cutler, 67, Thomas-ftreet. 

Pittar (John) Goldfmith, 21, Rofs-lane. 

Pittman (Andrew) Whip-maker, 20, «S. King-flreet 

Pitman (Jofeph) Vellam and Pai chment-manufa6turer, 14, IVat'Ung-fir 

Pittman (Laurence) Whip-maker, 10, Suffolk-fir eel. 

-f* Place (Alexander) Linen-draper, 2, FJfex bridge. 

Plant (Anthony) Salel'maller, 26, Smithfield. 

Pleaianis (William) Wine and Porter-merchant, 18, Abbey-fireei. 

Plowman (William) Coal-faftor, 34, Afion* s-quay. 

Plunket (Alexander) Tann-r, 38, Cork-flreet. 

Plunket (Betagh Matthew) Woollen-draper, 20, High-flreet % 

Plunket (James and Patrick) Merchants, 24, Ufier^s-quay. 

Piunket (Peter) Cotton-manufacturer, 12, Bridge-) tr eet. 

-f-Plunkett (Alexander) Wine-merchant, 93, Stephen* s-green. 

Plunkett (John) Silk-dyer, 3, Kings -inns -quay. 

Plunkett (Michael) Grocer, 134, Tbcmas-fireet . 

-f-Plunkett (Michael) Merchant, 5, UJber' squay. 

Plunkett (Micha-1) Tea-merchant, 32, Jeruis-fireet. 

Plunkett (Patrick) Linen and Cotton-manufadturer, 29, Timlici. 

Plunkett (Richard) Sakfmafter, 5, Blackall- ftreet. 

-[•Plunkett (William) Dyer, 10, Arran-quay. 

Ponder (George) Chandler, 23, High-ftreet. 

Pontet and Barry, Wine-merchants, 42, William-fir eet. 

Poole (Jacob) Brewer, Blackpitts. 

Poole (Ifaac) Tin-plate-worker, 7, Exchange-ftreet. 

Poole (Robert) Stone- cutter, Pitt-fireet. 

Pope (Jurtin) Painter, Carver and Gilder, 95, Fleet-fireet. 

Porter (Alexander) Bookfeller and Stationer, 66, Dame-fireet. 

Porter (James) Bookfeller, 122, Abbey-ftreet. 

Porter (John and Son) Linen-drapers, 18, 5. King-flreet. 

Porter (William) Printer and Bookfeller, 12, Skinner-reut, 

Porter (Samuel) Bricklayer, 58, Camden-ftreet. 

Potter (Thomas) Holler, 8, up. Ormond-quay. 

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84 Merchants and Traders. RA Fi 



Potter (Will : am) Painter and Glazier, 13, Hawkins' s-fireet. 

Potts (Janus) Piintcr o L Saunders's Nc ws-lctter, 74, Datne-firett. 

Potts (Thomas) Coach-owner, 105, N. Kmg-fireet. 

Pounden (Robert) Clothier, 68, Coombe. 

Pounden (Jo(hua) Founder, 26, old Church-fir eet. 

Powell (Benjamin) Gun-maker, 1 59, Abbey-fireet. 

Powell (Benjamin) Taylor, 25, Stephen-fii eet. 

Powell (Robert) Apothecary, 107, Thcmas-jireet. 

Powell (William) Pawn-broke', 15, UJler's- court. 

Powell (William) Tallow-chandler, 187, gt. Britain-firtet. 

Powell (William) Giocer, 69, Meath-fireet. 

Power (Eliza) Lnen-di-aper, 23, Henry-fireet. 

Power (Elizabeth) Grocer, 130, James's-fireet. 

Power (Fian. Tho ) Woollen & Manchelttr-ware-man, 13, Merchant t-q*. 

Power (John) Cabinet-maker, $3, N. King-fit eet. 

Power (William) Merchant, 9, N. Anne-fireet. 

Prendcrgaft (John) Linen-draper, 31, Back-lane. 

Prcndergalt (Patrick) Cooper, 128, Abbey- treet. 

Piendeigalt (Sarah) Grocer, 33, Caftle-jtreet . 

-fPrent ce (Thomas) Merchant, 9, N. Anne-fireet. 

Price (John) Timber-merchant, North-ftrand. 

Price (Richard) Agent, 115, gt. Britain fireet. 

Price (Thoma^) Bazei, 30, NichJas-ftreet. 

Prioleau (Sarah) Tin-platc-workcr, 23, Exchequer-fire*.* 

-fPu cell (James) Wine-merchant, 144, Abbey-fireet. 

Puic-ll (Ignatius) Merchant, 14, Ufi>er y s-ifiand. 

Purccll (John) Coach owner, 28, Camden-fireet. 

Purcdl (Richard) Mercer, 11, Francis-fireet . 

Purcell (Thomas) Woollen draper, 9, High-fireet. 

Pur Held (Thomas) Tanner, 25, Mill-fit ea. 

PurMcId (William) Meafurer, 8, low Abbey-fireet. 

Purfcr (John) Merchant and Flour-taclor, 16, Bow-ftnet. 

Qua ile (Joleph) Hair-manufac. & Mancheftti -ware-feller, §1, Bride-fir. 

Qu'gan ( James) Baker, 40, N. King-fireet. 

Quigan (Richard) Baker, 35, Golden-lane. 

Quigky (Michael) Linen-draper, 33, Coombe. 

Quigley (Daniel) Carpenter, 9, Euftace-fireet. 

Quin ( Chrtltophcr) Tanner, 53, Cerk-fireet. 

Q^uin (John) Grocer, 43, Neiv-ftreet. 

Qun (Terence) Grocer, 6a, Francis-fireet. 

Quill (Thomas) Ho. fe-dealcr, 51, SmithJieU. 

Quin (Val ntme) Merchant, 28, Bridge- fireet. 

Quintin ( Andrew) Sadler, 164, gt. Britain-fit eet. 

Quirk (Dennis) Skinner, 3, 5 New-row. 

Quirk (William) Baker, 18, Ex chequer-] treet. 

R. 

Radford (John) Map an! Print-feller, 29, William-ftreet. 

RafTcrty (Chriftopher) Cheefc-monger, 45, EJfex-ftreet. 

Kaffcrty (George) Sadler and Harncl's-maker, 46, gt. Britain-jv eet. 



REI Merchants and T raders. 8 5 



Rafferty (Richard) Grocer, 2,0, lit. Mary-fireet. 

Ralph ( Andrew) Sadler & Coach-harnefs-maker, 30, gr. Britain- fir eet. 

Ralph (Catharine) Shoe-maker, 17, «S King-fireet. 

Ramage (Hugh) Ship-broker, 2, N Anne-ftreet. 

Ramage ( Maiy) Linen-draper and Habcrd*fher, 20, Henry-ftreet. 

-(•Ramadge (Smith) Merchant, 9, Granby-roio. 

Rambaut (John) Sugar-baker, 25, Celebs-lane. 

Ramfry (John) Wne-coopcT, 93, Fleet-ftreet. 

Rankin (George and Sons) Clothiers, 36, Cbambre-fireet. . 

Rankin (Jofrph) Sadler, 117, Capel-fireet . 

Ransford (James) Cabinet-maker, 62, Aungier-ftreet. 

f Ransford (John) Merchant, 25, Bercford-fireet. 

Ransford (William) Clothier, 1 1, Chambre-fireet. 

Rap^r (Edward) Butcher, 39, Patrick-fir eet. 

Raper (John) Glazi-r, 18, low. Excbange-fireet. 

Rapcr (John) Wine, Sp r t, and T a warehoule, 16", Henry-fireet. 

Raper (Mary) Butch r, 83, Patrick-fireet. 

Rathbornc (William) Wax-chandler, 48, Ejfex-fireet. 

Ratigan (Bridget) Timber-merchant, 2, Bridgefoot-ftreet . 

Rawdon (Geoigc) Sadler, 29, Pill lane. 

fRawlins (William) Merchant, 20, Eufiace-Jtreet. 

Raye (John) Taylor, 23, Staff'ord-fireet. 

Rea (John) Pnntcr, 57, E x chequer-fire et. 

Rea ( William) Linen-draper, 45, Exche:juer-fireet. 

Read and Moran, Lottery-omce-kcepers, 68, Dame-fireet. 

Read ( John) Cutler, 11, Skinner-ro<w. 

Read (John) Grocer, 4, Park-/treet. 

Read (John) Glazier and Houfc -painter, 3,? q 

Read (Michael) Tallow-chandler, 8, I Jlreeu 

Read (Maiy and Son) Giocers, 49, Exchequer -fir eet . 

Read (Matthew) Factor, 10, Smitbfield. 

Read (Robert) Broker, 14, Fleet fi>eet. Office, 7, Cramp ton-court. 

Read (Thomas) Cutlrr, 4, Parliament-fireet . 

Reaf (James) Ivory-tumer and Toy-man, 10$, Grafton-fireet. 

Reddy (Francis) D Hiller, ioo, Tbomas-fireet. 

Reddy (John) Wool-comber, 7, Mark' 'r- alley. 

Reddy (William) Peruke-maker and Hair-drefler, 3, Croiu-fireet. 

Redfoord (Walter) Army-fadler, 27, Arran-quay. 

Redmain (Anne) Mill ner, 169, Abbey-fireet. 

Redmond Cliai les) Wooll-n-di .iper, 41, Dame-fireet. 

Redmond (John) Apothecary, 84, Abbex-ftreet. 

Redmond (Michael) Fattor, 63, Smithfiela 1 . 

+ Redmond (Walter ) Merchant, 106, 'Tuivnfend-ftreet. 

Reed (James) L nen-drjp.r, 63, Pill-lane. 

Reed (John) Glazier, 29, gt. Bri'ain-fireet. 

Reed (Patrick) Carver ami Gilder, 3, Union-fireet . 

Reed (Richard) Pocket-book-maker, 126, Ca/>el-fireet. 

Reed (Samuel) Alderman, Coroner, and City-plumber, 92, Cotk-fitnt. 

Re id (George) Carpenter, 31, Beresford-fireet. 

Reid (Richard) DUtiller, 40, New-market. 



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Reilly (Charles) Poulterer, 6, Caflle-market. 

Reilly (Edward) Starch and Hair-powuer-manufa&urer, 81, V'tll-lane. 
Reilly (Garret) Capenter, 49, Clarendon-fir eet. 
Reilly (james) Seed-rnes chant, 8, Cut pur e-r 010. 

Reilly (James) Starch & Hair-powder-manufa&urer, 73, S.gt .George* s- ft. 
Reilly (James) Salcfmaftei , 10, Brunfivick-Jlrect. 
Reilly (Margaret) Grocer, 39, Charles-jit eet. 
Reilly (Matthew) Inn-kt-eper, 2p, Anngier-ftreet. 
Reilly (Owen) Grocer, 65, ^ueen-ftreet. 

Reilly (Nugent) Hardware and Wire-merchant, 47, Bridge-fireet. 

Reilly (Patrick) Chandler, no, N. King-ftreet. 

Reilly (Philip) Dealer in Coals, 47, Bachelor^s-walk. 

Reilly and Grierfon, Salefmafters, 20, Smitlfield. 

Reilly Richard) Skinner, 149, "Thomas- fly eet. 

Reilly (Sylvelter; Chymift, 41, Boiv-ftreet. 

Reilly (Thomas) Grocer, 39, Charles-ftreet. 

Reilly (Charles) Silk-dyer, 32, Exchequer-fireet. 

Reily (Chriftopber) Sak-fmaftcr, 39, Smithfield. 

Reily (Daniel) Linen-draper, 7, Bridge fir eet, 

Reily (Elizabeth) Woollen-draper, 4, Corn-market. 

Reily (Hugh) Rope-maker, 29, old Church-fired. 

Reily (Jamrs) Carpenter, 2, IV. Arran-fireet. 

Reily (James) Difliiler, 24, Ccok-Jlreet. 

Reily (James) Merchant, 22, Thomas-fireet. 

Reily (Jane) Clothier, 14, Ardee-ftreet. 

Reily (Ignatius) Grocer and Starvh-manufaclurer, 186, Abbey-ftreet. 

Reily (Mary) Wire-manufadturer, 70, Thomas-fireet. 

Reily (Michael) Grocer, 105, Abbey-ftreet. 

Reily (Nicholas) Ivory-turner, 47, Golden-lane. 

Reily (Peter) Brafs, Ivory and Hardwood-turner, 2, Drcgheda-fireet. 

Reily (Philip) Wool-combe., 30, Coombe. 

Reily (Redmond) Thread-manufaclurer, 31, N. King-ftreet. 

Reily (Samuel) Glazier, 3, Whitefriar-ftreet. 

Reily (Terence) Apothecary, 129, Thomas-fireet. 

Rencher (George) Engraver, 12, Dame-court. 

Renfhaw (John) Silver-plater, !, Smock-alley. 

Reynells (Stephen William) Haberriafher, 6", Capel-fireet. 

-f-Reynelds ( Andrew) Silk-manufaOurer, 9, IV. Park-ftreet. 

Reynolds (George) Coa( h-maker, 10, Bull-lane. 

Reynolds (fames) Breeches-maker and Glover, 35, N. King-ftreet. 

Reynolds (John) Chandler, 32, Abbey-ftreet. 

Reynolds (John) Grocer, 43, lo<w. Kevin -fir eet. 

Reynolds (John) Haberdafher, 27, Naffiau-ft^eet . 

Reynolds (Patrick) Brewer, 19, Ujher's-quay. 

Rr-ynolds (Patrick) Clothier, 3, Jchn-ftreet] 

Reynolds (Patrick) Tallow-chandler, 37, Meat h-ftr eet. 

Reynolds (Patrick and Thomas) Linen-drapers, 23, Cook-ftreet. 

Reynolds (Eleanor) Linen-draper, 33, Poolbeg-Jlreet. 

Reynolds (Peter) Taylor, 1, Temple-ccurt . 

Reynolds (Philip) Tallow-chandler, 1, Peddle. 



ROB Merchants and Traders. S 7 

Reynolds and Dwyer, Apotru cares, 18, Andre*id»ftrefo 

Reynolds and Jackfx.n, Ivory-tui ner.% 104, Grafi.rijhetf. 

Reynolds and Warren, Cottoo-manu;a<°;u -« rs, ro", /yj\j fi-eet % 

Rhames (Elizabeth) Mufic-feller and H4rtid*fh 10, E-fchaxge href. 

Rhames QBtahert) Printer, 6, Marlborough fire^. 

Rice (Edward) jcveller and Gol'ifmitb, 13, Lapel- >rce*\ 

R'ce (John) Bool-feller and Stationer, i\ College green. 

Rice (John) ?owt iler, GoHfrnith and Watch make , Cn . 'eet. 

Rich(Samu ]) Stucco-man and Piai)*ere 1 •, 32, Fsolbe^-Ji. ei I. 

Richard (Edward) Baker, 6, Ejfex-ftreet . 

Richardfon (Benjamin) Woolieiv diaper, IC9, Grafton-/?;, ee f . 

Richardfon (George) Sadler, 106, \*Th M t 

Richardfon (John) Cc n-chandltr, 92, ' 

Richardfon (Patrick) Woollen-draper, 24, Figl-fireet, 

f Richardfon (Ralph) Merchant, 60, 5 Ft Ge-rge\-J}reet. 

Richardfon (William) 13u :ki -n^ke? , 5, Ejfex-jj.' er- 

fRkkard, P;;lmer and Co. I iour-rr erchancs, 40, Ahley-fireet. 

Rickey and Gill, Linen-draped, 7, Bride-fireet, 

Riddall (James) Lacc-f-ll?.\ 21, Ccrn-mnrkel 

Riddocks*(Wik; k) Suy-maker, 37, Gra r ten-ftreet. 

Ridgway ( William) joiner and C-tb.< L-mi k*r, 31, Bride-fir eet. 

Ridley (Henry) Brum-maker, 48, litgb flreet. 

Rigby (John) Gnn-maker, 9, $t$ , >lk-fi eet. 

Rigg (Peter) Cabinet-r aker, '^Vride^i alley. 

■f-kipney (Chriftoplier) Chocolate manufacturer & Merchant, lo^F/eef-fir. 



Riky (Alexander) Clothier, 34, 1 rhamhre treet 
Rky (Arthur) Army- clothier, 7, J Ja "' b ' e teeL 



Riky (Robe it) SheriffVpeer, 9, Brown-fir eet. 
Riky (Safrw f S of-makei, 50, EMcbequer-f&etK 
Ringwood (Willia^n) Painter anfd P!.n 1 & , 6, Draper'' s-ccurt. 
Rivers (John) DiHilkr, 23, Bachelor\-^ialk. 
Rivett (Benjarmn) Paper-Oainer, 10, gt. Ship-fireet. 
Rivett (John) Taylor, 14, Fade-fireet. 
Roache (John) Bifcuit-baker, 4, Mo's-fireet. 
Roaike (Michael) Shoe-maker, 8, Mary-Jit eet. 
Roberts (Robm) Merchant, 12, lonv. Or mend- quay. 
Robertfon (George) Jeweller, 2, Naffau-fireet. 

Robertfon (Jarru-s) Sral-cutter and Hcrald-painter, 49, EJfex-flreet. 

Robins and Brown, Wine *nd Porter-merchants, 34, Abbey-ftreet. 

Robins (Edward) Stucco-man. 116, Stephens -green. 

*f Robinfon (Alexander) Scotch-beer-merchant, 13, N. Anne-fit eet. 

Robinfon (Henry) Cooper, 17, Csombe. 

Robinfon (James) Pawn-broker, 29, Afi?n 's-quay. 

Robinfon (Jnne) Tea-dealei and Habei dafher, 53, Tcrh-fireei. 

Robinfon ( John) Mathematii.al-infrrument-mp.krr, 4, Drsgheda-J treet. 

Robinfon ( John) Houfc-painter, 3;, gt. Cuffe-ftreet. 

Robinfon (John) Poulterer, 9, Ormond-tnarket. 

Robinfon ( (ohn) Linm and Cotton-m inufac'hirer, 36, Bride-Jlreet . 
Robinfon (Jofeph) Carpenter, 9, Golden^lane. 

Robinfon (Maxwell) China, GUIs & Ea. then-ware-man, 61, Dame-fir eet 



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Robinfon (Samuel) Linen-printer, Beggar s-bujh. 
J Robinfon, Sandwith and Co. Merchants, 42, Afiotfs-quay. 
Robinfon and Shaw, Ship-brokers, 4, Bagnio-flip. 
Robinfon (William) Merchant, 56, City. quay. 
Roche (David) Starch, Stone-blue, & Hair-powder-manufac. ^Pill-lane 
Roche (David) S lk-manu r a£turer, 73, Francis-fir eet. 
fRoche (John and Co.) Merchants, 7, William-fir eet. 
Roche (Samplon) Miniature-painter, 92, Grafton-fireet. 
Roehford (Thomas) Chaudler, 1, Cutpurfe-ro<w. 
Roch'ord (Thomas) Tallow-chandler, 27, Charles-fir eet. 
Rochfort (Thomas) Merchant, 1, Mofs-ftreet. 
Rock (Patrick) Stone-cutter, 23, Mecklenburgh-fireet. 
Roe (Chriftopher) Tanner, 32, Mill-fireet. 
Roe (John) Tin-plate-worker, 87, Capel-ftreet. 
Roe (Nicholas) Diftillcr, 33, Ptmlico. 
Roe (Patrick) Land-furveyor, 7, W. Arran-ftreet . 
Roe (R chard jun.) Merchant, 33, Pimlico. 
Rogers (Rebecca) Milliner, 41, Capel-fireet . 
Rogers (Robert) China and Dclph-man, 2, E. Arran-fireet. 
Rogers (Robert) Earthen-warehoufc, 43. Stephen-fir eet. 
Rogers (Robert) Grocer, 24, Drogheda-fireei . 
Rogers (W ; lliam) Grocer, 91, Coombe. 
Rogerfon (Thomas) Cotton-factor, 16, Rofs-lane. 
Rooney and Co. Brewers, 61, New -market. 
Rooney (Chrirtopher) Comb-maker, 77, Pill-lane. 
Rooney (James) Baker, 149, Francis-fir eet. 
Rooney (James) BrunS-maker, 62, Ex chequer-fir eet. 
Rooney (James) Glover, 40, Bt idge-fireet . 
Rooney (John) Grocer and Corn-fa Ctor, 89, Thomas-fireet. 
Rooney (Patrick) Grocer, 129, old Church-fir eet. 
Rooney )Patrick) Timber-merchant, 62, ? n r . n 
Roon/y ( Walter) Diltilier, 47, \ BnigifM^rut. 

Roper (Abraham) Mathematical-inftrurnent-maker, 8, Bedford-r$w. 
Rorke (James) Wool-comber, 3, Crofs-fiick-alley. 
Rorke (John) Meal-merchant, 1, Pill-lane. 
Rorke (Peter) Wool-comber, 52, Meath-ftreet. 
Rorke (Richard) Hatter, 7, N. King-fir eet. 
Rorke (Thomas) Tobacconifl, 19, Pill-lane. 

Rofcorough (Samuel) Whol^fale Linen-draper, 24, Ckarles-ftreet. 
Rofc (John) Aide man, 17, William- fir eet. 
Role (William) Paper-ltainer, 18, Bride-ftreet. 
Rol^ (Honora) Peruke-maker, 8, up. Exchange fir eet. 
Rofs (Mary) Confectioner, 31, Ujher* s-quay. 
Roth (John) Sadler, 86, S. gt. George' 's-fir eet. 
Roth (Michael) Woollen-draper, ^Cock-hill. 
Roth (Robert) Jeweller, 4, William-Jireet. 
Rotheram (William) Tallow-chandler, 29, [it. St rand-fir eet. 
Rourke (Edmond) Pin-maker, 29, \ fJfr A7 
Rourke (Edmond) Pin-maker, 33, J 
Rourke (John) Pin-maker, 10, Bridge-fireet. 



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Rourke (John) Shoe-maker, 4, 5. gt. George' s-fireet. 

Rourke Thomas) Watch and Clotk-maker, 7, Chrift-cburch-lane. 

Rowan (Frances) Hatter, 39, Temple-bar. 

Rowan and Hamilton, Lace-war c houfe, 37, Abbey-ftreet. 

Rowe (Nicholas) Paper-maker, 17, Ccok-flreei,^ 

Rowlands (William) Pin-maker, 172, old Church-ftreet. 

Roycraft (Richard) Wine-cooper, 14, Bull-lane, 

Roycraft (Thomas) Wine-cooper, 82, Abbey-ftreet. 

Ruirell (Elizabeth) Cotton-man ufa&urer, 10, Engine-alley. 

Ruflell (Francis) Merchant, 16, Mabbot-ftreet . 

Ruflell (James) Linen-printer and Dyer, Marrowbone- lane, 

Ruflell (John) Builder and Carpenter, Gardiner's -fir eet. 

fRttflell and Dartnell, Merchants, 7, W. Cole-alley. 

* Ruflell (John) Grocer and China-merchant, 94, Townfend-ftreet. 

Ruflell (John) Watch-maker, 22, Rojs-lane. 

Ruflell (Patrick) Baker, 39, gt. Britoin-ftreet. 

RulTell (Patrick) Grocer, 51, City-quay. 

Ruflell (Samuel) Clothier, 19, Ardee-ftreet. 

RuiTcll (Thomas) Paper-ftaincr and Houfc-painter, 7, Stephen-ftreet, 

RulTell (William) Merchant and Coal-fadlor, i8£, Georges-quay, 

Ruther'ord (John) Merchant, 59, Abbey-fit eet. 

Ryan (Charles) Apothecary, 7, old Church- 'treet. 

Ryan (Charles) Skinner, 51, lYai ling-fir eet. 

Ryan (Daniel Frederick) Apothecary, 10, lew. Li fey-f treet. 

Ryan (l.dward) Giovcr and Breethrs-maker, 3, Arran-quay . 

Ryan (Edward) Haberdalher, 36, Golden-lane. 

Ryan (Edward) Shoe-maker, 163, gt. Britain-fir eet, 

Ryan (Patrick) Stone-cutter, 1 6, Mabbot-ftreet. 

Ryan (Edward) Taylor, 87, Capel-Jireet. 

Ryan (James) Butcher, 15, Cafile- market. 

Ryan (John) Butcher, 114, N. King-flreet. 

Ryan (John) Confectioner and Paftiy-cook, 107, Bride-ftreel. 

Ryan (John) Button-manufactuter, 188, Abbey-fireet. 

Ryan (John) Vintner, 9, Fownes's-fireet. 

Ryan (Michael) Linen and Cotton-dyer, 53, Marrowbone-Ian*, 
Ryan (Picrcy) Linen-draper, 16, Barrack-Jtreet. 
Ryan (Richard) Meafurer, 37, Marys-abbey. 
Ryan (Simon) Skinner, 52, PVatling-ftreet . 
Rjan (Thomas) Toy-man, 4, o\ Kivg-fireet. 
Ryan (William) Merchant, 22, N Anne fir eet. 
Ryan (William) Linen-draper, 49, Thomas-fir eet. 
Ryder (Mary) Baker, 167, Abbey-ftreet, 

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St. George (Oliver) Tallow-chandler, 32, William-fir eet. 
Sadler (Sarah) Woollen-draper, I, W inct aver n-(l> eet. 
Saul (Franus) Sik and Worfttd-man u raaurcr, 12, Spittleftelds, 
Sail (George) Merchant, 10, M erc hant s-quay. 

5all, King & Co. Bell-founders &Br a ( s . m anu^aurers, 17, Jervis-ftreet, 
liallary (William) Iron-monger, Lock-fmith & Bell-hanger, 20, /. Ship-fir. 
■pally (James) Linen-draper, 39, Capel-Jireet. 




go Merchants and Traders. SH 

Salmon (William) Statuary, 5, Angle r ea-ftreet. 
S-n ; en f-G »rge) GLzier, Abbey-ftreet. 
Sanders fM k J Silk-weaver, 3, Brabazo»-roiv» 
Sanders ( /ilium) Hsb er&iflier and L n?n-di apcr, If, Ccsmbe. 
Sand ford (P Li ck) Lookuig-glafe-manu adurer, 45, Henry-flreet. 
■f-Sandwith ;j jcph) Merchant, 17, Anglejea-ftreet. 
Sands (Francis) Architeef, 3c, Dazv/on-ftreet. 
Sandum (Jane) Linen-draper; 6, Combe. 
SangMei and Mel Donogti, Agents, 9, Golden-lane. 
•f»San[<ey (John) Sh« iff's-peer and Wine-mcrchunt, 77, Grafton-ftreet. 
■[•San key (Rt H rj. H:nry Gore) Lord Mayor, Manjion-houje y Da<w 
Savage and Cavanagh. Milliners, 37, Capcl-ftreet. 
Savage (Arthur) ^poihe.a.-y and Drag'gift, go, Meath-ftreet. 
Sav.'.g. ( Eleanor) nch-owner, ^, Ellis'* s -quay. 
Savag. (Fiancis) Upholder and Auctioneer, 182, Abbey-ftreet. 
Savage (Mark) Hatter, 19, Caftle-ftreet. 
Sivag - (Patrick) Gfafs-grinder, 7, Exchcouer-ftreet. 
Srivaec (Patrick) Tallow-chandler, 8c, 7 ~ r , a 
S*v W (T..om..) TW, tft, j Capl-Jhrut. 

Siville aim K-lty Haber.dafhcrs, 34, Aungier-ftreet. 
i Saunders, Gordon and Co. T'mbi* r-merchants, Ncrth-iuall. 
Sianlon ( John) Grocer*, 70, Thomas -ftreet. 

S«thrpeter (David) Malrial-initrument-maker, 39, Townfend-ftreet . 

S;ott (Hnry) Taylor, 88, Flee! ft, eet. 

Soolt (John) Carpenter, 28, Mcntgomery-ftreet . 

S :ott (Samuel Ivory-turner, 65, Dame-ftreet . 

-f. Scott (William) Merchant, 6", Ex change -court. 

Scully (John) Perfumer, 16, gt. Briiain-ftrect. 

Sully (Martin) LotLcry-ofrice-keepe-- and Stationer, 4, Capel-ftreet. 

focurlog (Gicgory) Merchant, 20, Greek-ftreet. 

Scurlog (Patri k ) G» occi , 43 . High-ftreet. 

Sexton ( John) M.neral-watei -importer, 44, Stafford-ftreet. 

Sciver (Nicholas) Shoe-maker, 76", 5. gt. George^s-ftreet. 

Sedwick (James) Grocer, 1 1, Jameses ftreei. 

Seely (Francis) Glazier, a, Trinity fir eet. 

Stg-rave (Biidgrt) Milliner, 30, Capel-jlreet. 

Sr grave ( Mich:- el j Grocer, 4, Lijfey-ftreet. 

Segrave (Patrick) Silk-manufa&urer, 50, Pill-lane. 

S-^rave (Thomas) Linen-draper, 44, N. King-ftreet. 

*f*Segrave (Thomas) Merchant, 19, Greek-ftreet. 

fSeguin (H. nr>) Merchant, 7 p ete r-ftreet. 

f S puin (Peter) Merchant, J I4 > reUr J treet - 

Semplc (John) B-icklayer, 21, Marlborough-ftreet. 

Seripi (Wdliam) Carpenter, 11, Clarendon-ftrett. 

Shannon (Edward) Cloth-merchant, 31, Caftle-ftrett. 

Shannon (James) Coal-factor, 3, Ajhrfs-quay. 

Sh-mnon (John) Silk-weaver, 83, Dame-ftreet. 

Shannon (Matth'-w) Tallow-chandler, 7$, Pill-lane. 

Shannon (Patrick) Cotton-manufacturer, 2a, Ransfwd-ftreet. 



SHE Merchants and Traders. gi 

Shannon (Peter) Tanner, 26", Wat ling- fireet. 

Sharkey (Andrew) Wool-comber and Oil-fclier, 116, Coombe. 

Sharkey (Michael) Wine-cooper, 42, gt. Strand-fireet. 

Sharkey (Thomas) Linen-draper, 60, Back-lane. 

Sharkey (Thomas) Grocer, 47, High-ftreet. 

Sharman ( John) Teacher of Writing & Geography,? ^ r n 

Sharman (Mary) Haberd.thtr, & ' Dav>S*.ftr«t. 

Shaw (Elizabeth) Grocer, 14, Stoney-batter. 

Shaw (John) Clothier, 17, Ardee-fireet. 

Shaw (John) Grocer and Carpenter, 8, Andrew- ftreet. 

Shaw (John) Grocer and Spirit-merchant, 26, "Temple-bar. 

Shaw (Mary) Haberdalher, 48, Cafile-fireet. 

Shaw (Patrick) Vintner, 119, Capel-flreet. 

Shaw (Ralph) Dclph and Glals-lcller, \ and 2, Bagnio fiip. 

Shaw (Robert) Merchant, 29, Angle jea-fireet. 

-f-Shaw (Robert) Merchant, 78, Fleet-Jtreet. 

Shaw (Thomas) Linen-draper, 63, Back-lane. 

Shaw (Thomas) Linen-draper, 4, Skinner-ro<w. 

-fShaw and Turbett, Merchants, 5, Crampton-court. 

Shea (Martha) Eai then-ware-merchant, 52, «S. gt. George* i-ftreet. 

Shea (Philip) Carpenter, 70, Mancr-ftreet . 

Shearman (Trancis) Merchant, 13, lit. Britain-ftreei. 

Sheas (Philip) Carpenter, 64, little Mary-fireei. 

Sheehy ( Ed mood) Taylor, 25, Andrew-jlreet. 

Sheil (Chailcs) Auctioneer, 55, Dame-flreet. 

Shcil (James) Alderman, 91, Bride-fireet. 

Bheppard (James) Woollen-draper, 7, Cock-hill. 

Bheppard (John) Tallow-chandler anil Oil-man, 19, PVinet avern-ftretf . 
Bheppard and Nugent, Bookfeilers, 7, 5. Anne-jtr eft. 
SherdiiiFe (Hector) Brafs-fo under and Pewtcrer, 24, Back-une. 
Sheiidan (John) Apothecary, 114, Thomas -fireet. 
Sheridan (John) Chandler, 52, brancts-Jh eet. 
Sherlock (Chrwtophcr) Skinner, 33, Wat ling-fir eet. 
•f Sherlock (David) Merchant and Brewer, 32, Tork-}:reet. 
Sherlock (Elizabeth) Grocer, 24, Bridgefoot-flreit. 
Sherlock (Elizabeth) Grocer, 78, New fireet. 
Bhei lock ( John) Holier, 5, Ellis* s-quay. 
Sherlock (Margaret) Haberdafher, 1, Werb:trgh-fire f -i. 
Sherlock (Mary) Linen-draper, 25, N. King-ftreet. 
Sherlock (William and Co.) Brew«»r«, 60, Cork-bridge, 
Sherlock (Wilharn) Clothier, 15, S. Jchn-flreet. 
Shci lock (Wiljiam) Grocer, 104, Francis-fir eet. 
Mrl ri aid (Benjamin) Grocer, 19, Nicholas -fireet. 
Bhcrrard (T. ) Agent, Land Surv. ficClk.to CnJorwideniagAven.6o, 

hern. tan ( James) Livery-ltablc-keeper, TempUrlane. 

flerridan ( James) Starch and Blue-manufacturer, 25, Back-lane. 

hereon (Catharine) Tea-merchant, 4, l,incn~hall-Jlreet. 

herwin ( John) Taylor, 18, Greek-fiteet. 

heiwin ( William) Goldimith and Pawn-broker, r, Skinner -ro*u, 
he rwood ( Anne) Plumber, 4. Marys-abbey. 



gi Merchants and Traders. SMlf 

Sherwood (Thomas Keating) Shoe-maker, 3, Cutpurfc-rcw. 

Sheil (John) Taylor, 44, High-jlreet. 

Shine (Willium) Seed-merchant, 32, Skinner -row. 

Shore ( James) Painter and Plailterer, 99, Town end Jlreet. 

Short (John) Greek, Latin, and Enelifh Pfofeflbr, 3, 8c 4, Simpfon* s-court. 

Short ( John) Silk-manu c acturer, 18, Cocmbe. 

Short (John and Son) Wine and Porter-merchants, 22, Werburgh-jlreet. 
Shutcr (Robert Jofc.ph ) Linen-draper, 28,? «~ a 
Shuter (Thomas) Pawn-broker, 29, J*"' Ktn &-J treet ' 

Sibthorp (Henry) Glazier, 18, Copper-alley. 

Sillwood (P.) L.nen and Cotton-manufa&urer, 117, N. King-ftreet. 

Silly (George) Shoe-maker, 1 1, \ ur j 

Silly (James) Boot and Shoe-maker, 12, l^ood-quay. 

Silly (john) Boot and Shoe-maker, 25, fVinetavern-ftreet. 

Siliy (Robeit) Cutler, Haberdafher and Perfumer, 171, gi. B> itaiti-Jlreet. 

Simmons (George) Chandler, 5, Poddle. 

Simmons (Ifaac) Silk, Tabintt and Poplin-manufa&urer, 23, Meaih Jlreet. 

Simmons (Thomas) Linen-draper, 101, Bride-ftreet. 

Simmons ( William) Perfumer, 120, Capel-Jlreet . 

-fSimon (James) Merchant, 26, gt. Strand-ftreet. 

-fSimon (Stuckey) Merchant, 26, gt. Strand-ftreet. 

Simpfon (Alex.) Glover and Breeches-maker, 94, Grafton-jlreet. 

Simpfon ( Benjamin) Seedfman, 36, College-green. 

Simpfon (George) Brazier, 16, up. Ormond-quay. 

S ; ms, Pnterfon and Sims, Merchants, 26, Mary s-abbey. 

Singer (Mary) Grocer, 115, James^s-ftreet. 

Singleton (Richard) Cutler, 7, Exchange-Jlreet. 

•fSinnct (William) Silk-weaver, 16, U/ber y s-qttay. 

Sinnot (James) Ship-chandler, 112, Abbey-ftreet. 

Sinnot (James) Tanner, 156, Jameses -Jlreet. 

Sinnott (James) Grocer, 36, Leejon-Jlreet. 

Siffon (Jacob) Linen-printer, Lucan. 

Siyrs (Robert) Umbrella, Cane and Whip-maker, 17, Fijhamble-flreet. 

Skellern (Richard) Carpenter and Build r, 42, Cuffe-Jlreet. 

Skellern (Siflon) Hair-drefler, 20, Abbey-Jlreet. 

f Skeys (Hugh) Merchant, 125, gt. Britain-Jlreet. 

Slater (Stephen ) Chandler and Tobacconitt, 8, Stoneybatter. 

Slater (George) Paper- maker, 51, Thomas-Jit eet. 

Slater (Jofeph) Paper-maker, 42, Cook-Jireet. 

Slater ( James) Tin-plate-worker, 18, S afford-Jireet. 

Sleater (William) Printer, Bookfcller and Stationer, 28, Dame-ftreet.y 

Small (James) Taylor, 2, M:ntra h-ftreet. 

Smith (Brett) Printer, 34, Bride-ftreet. 

5m 0\ (lid ward) Fatfor, 3, Smithfeld. 

Smith (France) Apothecary, 4, Abbey-Jireet. 

Smith ( Jane). Chandler, 15, Bridge-Jlreet. 

S -tilth and Ennis, Silk-manufacturers, 25, Bridge-ftreei. 

Smith (Gabriel) Hofier, 2$, Thomas-court. 

Smith (John) Carpenter, 130, Toivnfend-ftreet . 

Sm th (Jo' n) China-man, 3, <S. Anne-Jlreet . 



SPE Merchants and Traders. 93 

f Smith and Prentice, Merchants, 25, N, Anne-fireet. 

Smith (John) Watch and Clock- maker, 4, Hammond-lane. 

Smith (Mary ) Rope-maker, 2, George* s-quay. 

Smith (Patrick ) Coach-owner and Undertaker, 4, Mercer-ftreet, 

Smith (Richard) Iron-monger, so, ///. Slip-fir eet. 

Smith (Richard Doyne) Stationer, 3, Crampt on- court. 

^ Smith (Robert) Alderman and Merchant, 13, N. gt. George 's-fir eet . 

-{•Smith (Robert) Merchant, 3, Smock-alley. 

Smith (Robert) Silver-lmith and Jeweller, 20, Henry-fireet. 

Smith (Rogerj Upholder, 47, S. King-ftreet. 

Smith (Samuel) Grocer, 60, Thomas-fir eet. 

Smith (Samuel) Paper-tlainer, 11, tip. Orm:nd-quay. 

Smith (Samuel and Co.) Papei -ftainers, 18, Nafiau-fireet, 

Smith (Thomas) Silk-manufacturer, 31, Pill-lane. 

Smith (Valentine) Coach-keeper and Undertaker, 14, Pitt-fireei. 

Smith (William) Hatter, 90, N. King-jtreet. 

Smith (William) Stationer and Stock-broker, 4, Palcce-fireet. 

f Smithfon (John) Timber-merchant, 2$, S. Earlfireet, 

Smitten (George) Nurfcry and Scediman, 36, Capel-fireet. 

Smyth (Anne) Woollen-draper, 2, Parliament -J treet . 

Smyth (Charles) Grocer, 25, Mary^s-abbey. 

Sm>th (Conilantiue) Giocer, 77, N. King-ftreet* 

Smyth (Elizabeth) Milliner and HaberdifiVr, 46, Caflle-fireet, 

Smyth (Francis) Silk and Worried-manufacturer, 4, Spittlefields . 

Smyth (John) China-dealer, 167, Tkotnas-fireet. 

Smyth (John) Taylor, 16, Hoey's-court . 

Smyth ( John) Iron-monger and Smith, 12, Mocre-flreet, 

Smyth (Patrick) Baker, 8, Cuffe-ftreet. 

Smyth (Thomas) Heiald and Houl'c -pa inter, lo, Digges-jtreet. 

'f'Smyth (Samuel) Merchant, 18, Whitefriar-fit eet. 

Smyth (William) Coach-maker, 32, gt, Britain-fir eet. 

Smyth (William) Merchant, 7, Granby-roiu. 

Smyth (William) Pawn-broker, 34, ^ueer.-fireet . 

Smyth (William) Stucco-worker and Plaifterer, 23, Denma> k-ftreet . 

Sohan (Patrick) Merchant, 28, little Strand fireet, 

Somers (William and Laurence) Merchants, 13, B r idgef 00 1 -fireet. 

Southwell (William; HarphchcrJ-maker, 70, Marlborough fireet. 

-(-Sparrow (William) Merchant, 7, Etifiace-j treet. 

Spear (Leonard) Woollen-draper, 23/? Francis n yeet , 

Spear (Richard) Mercer, j 6~, i ' 

Spear ( Saundei Ion) Shoe-maker, 10, Tighe-fireet. 

Sp-er (Richard) Optician, 29, Capel-fireet. 

Speer (John) Apothecary, 19, Mary fir eet. 

-f Speer (William) Wine and Mineial-water-merchant, 18, Eufiace-f treet, 

fSpeir (Alexander) Scots-merchant, 17, Merchants-quay. 

Spelman (John) Oil-merchant, 40, gt. Britain-fir eet, 

Spcnce (Godfrey) Grocer, 7, Bolton-fireet. 

Spencer ( Marv ) Tanner, Dolphin s-karn. 

S[> ocei ( Andrew) Taylor, 13, Phoenix-ftreet . 

Spencer (Ralph) Holier, 16, C:rn-market, 



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Spencer (Robert) Woollen-draper, 60, Pill-lane. 

Spencer (Samuel) Hardware-feller, 4, Psddle. 

Spicer (Edward) Earthen-ware-merchant, 19, E. Arran-Jtreef. 

Spier (Anne) Mantna-maker, 80, Abbev-ftreet . 

Spring (Matthew) Nurfery-man, 23, Arbour-hill. 

Sproule (Samuel) Architect, D'undrum. 

Sproule (Samuel) Painter, 42, Fleet-ftreet. 

Staeey (Edward) Printing-ink-maker, %\ % Mecklenburgh-ftreet '. 

Stacy (George) Cabinet-maker, 2.0, Whit eft iar-ftreet. 

Stacy (Richard) Cabinet-maker, 18, Duke- f treet. 

Stafford (James) Linen-draper, 27, Back-lane. 

Stafford (Richard) Timber-merchant, 2, Ryder's -row. 

Stafford (Robert) Apothecary and Druggifl, 18, N. King-ftrett. 

Stafford (John) Corn-merchant, 22, Poolbeg-Jtreet. 

Stafford (M. A.) Watch-maker and Toy-feller, 1, Cratnpton-court* 

Stafford (Pierce) Butcher, 35, Patrick-ftreet. 

-f Starrier (William) Wine-merchant", 6, George' 'j* /;///. 

Stanley (Thomas) Merchant, 90, Abbey-fireei. 

Stanton (Dennis) Grocer, 15, Cook-jtreet . 

Stapleton (M.) Plaifterer and Stucco- worker, 96, Marlborough-ftrect . 

Stark (Kenneth) Shija-block-maker, 4, George"* s-ftteet. 

Stedman (Henry) Watch-cafe-maker, 14, Naftau-ftreet . 

Steedman (Michael) Stone-cutter, 22, N. Anne-jtreet. 

Stephens (Edward) Grocer, 40, Bi/hop-ftreet. 

Stephens (Edward) Hofter, 19, Skinner-roiv. 

Stephens and Farrington, Hat and Silk-varnifhers, Bride-ftreet. 

Stephens (John) Mathematical-inlrrumt nt-maker, 31, Temple-bar. 

Stephens ( Patrick) Stuff-meicer, 108, Thomas-jtreet. 

Stephens (Samuel) Hatter, 7 , Skinner roiv. 

Stephens (Samuel) Merchant, 39, Bi/hop-ftreet. 

Stephens (Thomas) Chandler, 30, Bride-Jlreet. 

-f-St< phens (William") Merchant, 12., S. Earl-ftreet. 

Stephenfon (Andrew) Paper-ttainer, 5, lit. Ship-ftreet. 

Stephenfon (George) Bricklayer, 55, Bolton-llreei. 

St-rl ; n2 ( William) Watch-maker, 4, Gdden-lane. 

Stephe nfon ( fam^s) lion-monger, 39, Drury-lane. 

Stevenfon (AJexsnder) Bookbinder, 3, Metralfs-courf. 

Stewart (Alexander) Pr nter, 86, Bride-ft.ee:. 

Stewart (Andrew M.) Wine-mtf chant, '7, Abbey-ftreet. 

Stewart ( Davi, 1 ) M-rchant, z?», Bride-ftreet. 

Stewart j( Donald.) Merchant, 71, jlbbey-ftreet. 

Stewart (Henj y) Aimy-agent, 6, Chatham-ftreet. 

Stewart (Henry) Sadler, 10, Smithfeld. 

•f Stewart ( John) Merchant, Cramptcn-cuay. 

-fStewart (John and Co.) Merchants, 183, Abbey-ftreet. 

Stewart (John and James) Merchant*, 41, Pill lane 

Stewart (John) Stone and Wood-carver, 45, Mom gomerj-Jtreet ;. 

.Stewart (Mary) Linen-draper, 59, Pill-lane. 

Stewart { Richard) Rope-maker, 87, ""Tbomas-ftreet. 

.Stewart (Thomas) Book lei ier , 1, (.hurch-Jlrcei . 

^Stillas (Alexander) Merchant 16, Fketffieet* 



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Merchants and Traders. 



Stinfon (John) Tobacconift, 5.6", S. gt. George' s-ftreet. 

Stitt (John) Merchant, 2$, Staffer d-jtreet. 

Stock (Luke and Frederick) Hofiers, 2, Effex -bridge. 

Stock (Stephen) Woollen-draper, I , Dame-Jlreet. 

Stockdale (Henry William) Merchant, 87, low. Ahbey-fireet . 

Stockdale (Hannah) Perfumer,? , . „ t . n 

Stockdale I |ohn) Printer, -J ,6, ^ ( - Br,ta,«-Jlreet. 

Stockham (William) Hatter, 91, Abbey-fireet. 

Stokes (Nicholas) Grocer, 157, gt. Britain-fireet. 

Stone (Jane) Button and Seal-manufatturer, 2, Simp fan s- court. 

Stordy (Either) Starch and Bule-manufaclurer, 49, Back-lave. 

Stordy (William) Starch and Blue-manufaclurer, 12, Back-lane. 

Story (Anne) Child-bed L ; nen-ware-houfe, 65, S. gt. George" 'sfireeT. 

Stott (Jooa.c) Merchant, 36, 5. Earl-jlreet. 

Stoytc (John) Silverfmith, 26, Kennedy's -lane. 

-fStrahan (Hugh) Merchant, 31, Arran-quay. 

Strahan and Co. Silk-mercers, 18, Nicholas-fireet. 

Strang (Francis) Hofier, 42, High-jlreet. 

Stretch (Edward) Tobaccondt, 12, old Church-fir eet. 

tSnctch (Stephen) Tobacconitt, 16, "Thomas -fir eet . 

-fStreitcl! (Amos) Merchant, 9, Merion-Jquare. 

Stroket (Henry) Boot and Shoe-maker, 166, 

St;oker (S ; mon) Herald and Houle-paintcr, 43, > gt, Britain-ftreet. 

Stroker (Thomas) Apothecary and Chymifr. 43,3 

Stroker (Thomas) Grocer, 49, Mary-ftreet . 

Strong (George) Tanner, 7, Marrowbone-lane. 

Strone (Hemy) Stay-maker, 39, Jervir-fireet. 

Siu ! hs (James) Bricklayer, 9, Itt. L:ngjord-Jheet. 

Stubbs ( William) Woollen-draper, 15, Francis-fireet. 

Sturgeon (John) Stay-maker, i, l~crk-flreet . 

Sullivan and Ru-n-, Milliners, 32,' M -rlb:r:ugh-fireet . 

Sullivan (James) Upholder, Cabinet-maker ana Auctioneer, 49, Capel-Jfi 

Sullivan (Jeremiah) Paper maker, 8, Cook-fireet. 

Sull'van (Margan t and Mary) Hiberdaihcrs, 4, Digge:-ffrecr. 

Sullivsn (Patrick) Silk-weaver, 5, old Church fireet. 

~t Sullivan (Philip) Merchant, 22, Frjber's-lane. 

Sutherland (George) Coal-fatror, 32, Bachelor "s-iva!&, 

Sutter (Robert) Glover, 63, Pi 11- lent. 

f Sutton ( Joh^SherirT's-pcer and Merchant, 43, Staffer J-fiteft\ 

Sutton (John^^rl^ar-baker, 26, George** s-quay. 

+ Swan (John) N itiller, 52, Smithfield. 

Swan (Sarah) Tea-merclunt, 2, Arran-quay. 

Svvanzy (Adam) Grocer, 59, N. King-fireet. 

Sweenv (J^mes) Taylo r , 41, gt. S:rand-\tree\ 

Swtcny (Roger) Taylor, 3$, Jeriis-Jheet . 

Sv/eetman (ChvifTophc 1 ) Dry-cooper, 10, Ahbey-preei.. 

Sweet man (Francis) Linen-di aper, 2, Back lane. 

Swcetman (John) Hatter and Holier, 9, litl Shifrflnet. 

f Sweetman (P. an 1 John) Port^r-bi ewers, 85, $S e ben* t+ free*. 

Swestman (William) Brewer, 92, lozv. Abbey fireet. 



9 5 Merchants and T raders. THO 

Sweny (John) Merchant, 16, Tork-Jlreet. 
Swmny (Bladen) Line^-f rap*r^ 29, Dame-ftreet. 

Switfir (James) Painter and Floor. eUh-manufa&urer, 5, Bijhop-Jirett. 

Swords (Mfchael) Chandler, 66, c fhomas-ftrcet. 

Swords (Ti;oma;) Bricklayer, Leefcn-Ji; eet. 

S words (William) Hatter, 10, Meaib-ro<w, 

Sykcs (Sarah) Milliner, 63, Ahbey-Jlreet. 

Sylver (John) Watch-mak^r, 16", S:ephen-J}reet. 

Synge (Jokph) Apothecaiy, 24, Mos-jtreet. 

T. 

Tagart (William) Grocer, 31, Townfend-Jlreet. 

Taggart (Elizabeth) Coal-faclor, 24, low. Grmond-quay. 

Talbot (John) Grocer, 73, 7 . 

Talbot (John) Silk-manuratfurer, A^k^fiT^. 

Talbot (John) Silk-manufa&urer, 13, JV. Park-Jlreet, 

Tallon (Nicholas) Grocer and Hemp-merchant, 10 and 2, Pill-lane. 

Tallon (Richard) Baker, 37, Back-iar.e. 

Tallon (Thomas) Patun and Heel-maker, 2, Meatb-row. 

fvfandy (Jam s Napper) Merchant, 67, Bride-Jlreet. 

Tandy (James) Wiue-me; chant, 20, Chancery-lane. 

Tandy (Thomas Frederick) Merchant, 9, Linen-hall-Jlreet. 

Tat- ( Alexander, jun,) Hatter, 1 3 . Temple-bar. 

Tate (Rachael) Hatter, 46, EJfex-ftreet, 

T^ate (David) Hatter, 27, Capel-jlreet . 

Tate (John) China and Earthen-ware-merchant, 9, E. Arran-Jlreet. 
Taylor (Daniel) Tallow-chandler, 36, IVilliam-jlreet. 
Taylor (John) Grocer, ne, old Church-fireet. 
Taylor (John) Linen-draper, 29, Back-lane. 
Taylor (Pafchal) Builder, 17, up. Kevin-Jlreet. 
Taylor (Poole) Goldlmith and Jeweller, 54, Cajtle-Jlreet, 
Taylor (Sufannah and Anne) Linen-drapers, 29, Back-lane. 
Taylor (Thomas) Stone-cutter, 63, Grafton-fireet. j 
Taylor (William) Tallow-chandler, 34, Dame Jireet. 
Teei ng (Luke) Foundcry, 2, Thomas-Jlreet. 
Teei ng (Robert) Mattel, 11, N. Kinv-ltrect. 
Teeling (Margaret) Grocer, 16, 6\ Earl-jtreet. 
Tcmpletoo (Humphrey) Printer, 15, Mary-ftreet. 
Templeton (James) Chins-merchant, 56, Henry fir eet. 
Templet'on (Elizabeth) Earihcn-ware-fcller, 21, E. Arran-fireet. 
'Tench (Garret) S:ik-manufa£\urer, 3, Francis-ftreet. 
Thicker (Barker) Tallow-chandler, 67, ? r . , n 
Tharp (Thoma ) Woollm-draper, I39, J WW'"' 
Thayne and King, Sadie rs, 4, Cork-hill. 
Tluwlcs { fames) Cabinet-maker, 38, Aim gier -Jireet. 
Thomas (Elizabeth; Starch and Blue-manuadurer, 56, Kevin-Jlreet. 
Thomas (Jame>) Tailow-chandler, z$, Bijbop-Jlrect. 
Thomas (Robe: t) Chandler, 1, Skinner-rcw. 

Thomas (Samu-rl Evans) Merchant, 141, Abbey-flreet. 
■fThomalyn (Emanuel) Mc chant, 57, Marlborcugh-Jireet. 
Thome (Francis) Broker, 77, Fleet-Jlreet. Ofhue, Cramptsn-c:urt. 



TOU Merchants and 7* raders. 



Thompfon (A.) Mufical-inftrument-maker, 32, Kings-inns-quay. 

Thompfon (Anthony ) Apothecary, 9, Stephen-jtreet. 

-^Thompfon (Henry and Co.) Wholriale Haberdafhers, 10, Exchange-Jlr. 

Thompfon (James) Ship-chandler, 26, George's -quay, 

Thompfon (John) Linen-draper, 30, Bridge-ftreet 

Thompfon (Thomas) Woollen-draper, 12, Cajlle-ftreei* 

Thompfon (William) Hofier, 29, Skinner-roiv. 

Thompfon (William) Linen-draper, 18, Dame-ftreet, 

Thompfon (William) Siik-weavcr, 49, Fill-lane. 

Thornton (Robert) DHliller, 78, Drme-ftreei. 

Thorp (Charles) SherifPs-peer and Piaifterer, 6, Temple-ftreet. 

Thunder (Henry) Woollen-draper, 19, Dame- treet. 

Thurfby (George) Wotfi ed-manufa£turer, 31, Ptmlico. 

Thwaites (Auguftine) Apothecary, 8, Liffey-jtreet. 

-fThwaites (Henry) Grocer and Chocolate-maker, 23, lo<w. Ormond-quay. 

•fThwaits, Verfchoyle, and Co. Merchants, 9, Cramplon-ccurt 

Tickell (George) Cabinet-mak. r, 14, Bride's altev* 

Tickell (George and Alexander) Cabinet-makers, 21, Brides-alley. 

Tiernan (John) Florid and Seedlm.m, 26, Camder.ftreet. 

Tiernan (Michael) Grocer, 47, N. King-Jirect. 

Tighe (Laurence) Mead-brewer, 156, Thomas-Jlreet, 

Tighe (Laurence) PrelTer, 3, Ardee-ftreet. 

Tighe (Michael) Tallow-chandler, 15, Th:mas-ftreet. 

Tighe (Patrick) Grocer, 29, Charles-ftreet . 

Timon (Mary and Co.) Milliners, 190, Abbey-ftreet. 

Tims (Richard) Carver and Gilder, 25, Mary-ftreet. 

Tindall (Mark Anthony) Sadler, 6, low. Kevin, fir eet. 

Tinkler (George) Paper-ltainer, 42, S. gt. George* s-jlreet. 

Tipper ( Francis) Grocer, II, Werburgh-\treet % 

Tobin (John) Butcher, 17, Clarend:n-Jlreet. 

Tobin (Mary) Brazier, 26, Bride-ftreet. 

Tobin (James) Grocer, 35, Kevin-jh eet. 

Tognarelli (James) Statuary, 81, Fleet-ftreet. 

Tomcy (Dennis) Breeches-maker, 153, Capel-ftreet. 

Tomins (Robert) Grocer, 29, Corn-market. 

TomTn ( Richard) Poulterer, 3, Bull-lane. 

Tomlinfon (Catharine) Tea-dealer,, 1 z, Suffolk-ftreet. 

Tomlinfon (James) Grocer, 27, S. King-Jireet. v 

Tomlinfon (Robert) Gunfmith, 123, Capel-ftreet. 

t Tom mid 8 (John) Merchant, 6, Merchants-quay. 

Tommins (John) Wo^(l-d-manufa£rurer, 5, Elbow-lane, 

Tommins (Patrick) Grocer and Tobacconi". , 25, ff'~..d-quay. 

Tongue (Mary) Fillagiee and Toy-fhop, 44, S. gt. Ge:rge* s-Jtreet. 

Toole (Charles) NuiTery and Seed fro an, 25, Kevin-J treet. 

Toole (Patrick) Skinner, iS, IVailivg-ftreet . 

Toole ( William) Baker, 25, Haivkins' s-ftreet . 

Topp (John) Diltiller, 9, Glajfmanogue. 

Touiell (Peter) Silk-manufactui ei , 51, New-ftreet. 

Tourell (Peter) Ribbon & Silk-manufa£\urer, 23, Capel-ftreet* 

Tourelle (Paul) Perfumer, 29, Aungier-ftreet. 



5 8 Merchants and ¥ raders. TIVY 



-fTourtellot (Lewis) Merchant, 72, Fleet-Jlreet . 
-f-Tourteliot (Peter Jofcph) Merchant, 20, Bachelor* s-ivalk. 
Towers (Elizabeth) Tea-merchant, 2, Andrezu-Jlreet. 
Tracy (Edward) Meafurer, 1, Chapel-yard, Stephen-jireet . 
Tracy (Philip) Taylor, 37, Ex chequer 'flreet \ 
Tracy (Thomas) Grocer, 24, N. King-Jlreet . 

Trant (James and Richard) Grocers and Ddtillers, 10, lit. Mary-Jlreet. 
Travcrs (Catharine) Diftillcr, 129, T'ewnjend-Jlreet. 
Traynor (Jamep) Baktr, 78, 6\ gt. George* s-ftr est. 
Traynor (Peter) StufF-mercer, 3^, Francis-ftreet. 

Tredennick and Atkinfon, Wine-merchants and Grocers, 7:, Aungier-fir. 

Tiedennu k (James) Woollen-draper, 8, Parliament-ftrtet. 

Trenor (Thomas, and Co.) Brewers, 1, Petticoat lane. 

Trefham (Thomas) Shoe-maker, 22, Mary-Jlreet. 

Trevor and Th waits, Brewers, 13, Ardee-ftreet . 

Trinner (Thomas) Spirit-merchant, 4, Poolbeg-Jlreet. 

-fTiocke (William and Son) Merchants, 48, Abbev-Jlreet, 

Tr onion (Peter) Shoe-maker, 34, Bi/bop-Jlreet. 

Troy (James) Baker, 92, Pill-lane. 

fTroy (Walter) Grocer and Salefmaller, 37, Smithjield. 

Truelock (Thomas) Gun-maker, 26, Barrack-fireet . 

Truelo.k (Thomas) SherifTVpeer and Gun-i'mith, 22, Sujfolk-Jlreet. 

Trueman (Thomas) China-merchant, 29, 7 ^ rr a 

Trueman (Thomas, jun.) China-merchant, 1 3, \ L JJ ex 'J treet ' 

Trueman (John) China-merchant, i o, E. Art an-Jlreet. 

Trumbull (Nathaniel, jun. and Co.) Merchants, 149, Abbey-Jlreet. 

Tucker (Thomas) Butcher, 1, Cajlle-market. 

Tuckey (William) Hofier, 31, Barrack-Jlreet. 

Tudor ( Richard ) Goldfmith, 20, Skinner-row. 

Tudor (Thomas) Glover, 9, Cajlle-ftreet. 

Tuitc (Mary) Dclph-mcrchant, 19, Bijhcp-ftreet. 

Tuitc (S;irah) Linen-draper, 16, Parliament-fireet '. 

Turkington (John) Apothecary, 45, Meath-Jtreet. 

Turner (Elizabeth ) Milliner, 28, Grafion-Jtreet. 

Turner (James) Habctdaflic-r and Perfumer, 12, Duke-Jlreet. 

Turner (John) Silver-plater, 14, High-Jlreet. 

Turner (Matthew and William) Taylors, 10, //'/. Longford-Jlreet . 
Turner (R.) Hab.rdafher and Toy-dealer, 3, Aungier-Jlreet. 
Turnbull (Andrew) Sv.ots-merchant, 24, Merchants-quay. 
Turpin (Patrick) Sadler, 14, Ccjlle-ftreet. 
Turpin (Thomas) Jeweller, 31, low. Ormond-quay. 

Turp n cV B;aucha;np, China, Glafs & Earthen-ware-merch. 1 5, Aungter-fi, 

Tweedy and Lindlay, Habcrdalhers, 24, Parliameni-Jl. &c 1, Crovj Jlreei. 

Twige (Jam s) of the Genrral Port-office, 5, Fleet-Jtreet. 

Tw'gg (John) Carver and Gilder, 14, M001 e-Jireet. 

Twigg (Catharine) Grocer, 6, Slajjord-fireet. 

Twigg (Richard) PL-rald-painter, fi, Henry-Jlreet. 

"t*Tw:gg ( William) Merchant, 5, Caiendijb-rovj. 

Tw*it (Jolt ph) Plater and Sadler's Iron-monger, 69, N. King-Jlreet. 

Twyford (Jo in) Grocer, 20, Bridgef:ot-Jlre;:. 



W AK Merchants and T raders. 



Tyndall (Jofeph) Timber-merchant, 4, Ellis" 's-qttay. 
Tyndall (Peter) Timber-merchant, 12, Queen.ftreet. 
-("Tyndall (Samuel) Wine-merchant, 20, Jervis-Jlreet. 
Tyrrell (Jane) Blanket-warehoufe, 52, gt. Bmain-ftreet. 
Tyrrell (William) Merchant, 18, Beresprd-ftreet. 
Tynan (John) Gioccr, 31, Clarendon-Jlreet. 

V. 

Vallance (James) Bookfcller and AuiVoneer, 6, Eujlace-Ureet. 

Vance (James) SheriffVpeer and Grocer, 102, Capel-Jireet . 

Vance (J;imrs) Slioe-maker, 14, Chrift-church-yard. 

Vance (William) Coal-factor, 47, Liffey-ftreet. 

Vaughan (Anthony) Tallow-chandler, 12, Town fen d-ftreet. 

Vaughan (Feigns) Writing-matter, Graham* s-row. 

Vaughan (John) Shoe-maker, 5, IVwd-qumy. 

\ Vaughan and Litton, Merchants, 21, low. Ormond-quay. 

Vaughan (Michael) Apothecary, 154, Thomas-\tre<t. 

VenabKs (Peter) Pawn-broker, 3, Ellis's-quay. 

Verner (Robert) A|>othecary, 28, Golden-lane. 

Vernon (William) Hair-dreflcr, 189, Abbey- fir eet. 

Vero (Edward) Taylor, 6, Eijher s-lane. 

fVcrkhoyle (John) Merchant, 17, N. gt. George's-Jlreet. 

fVerlchoyle (J-ofeph and Richard) Meuhants, 43, Ccrk-Jlre-et. 

Vkkcrs (Martha) Linen-draper, n, Bride-Jlreet . 

Vickers (Robert) Tallow chan Uer, 74, Erancis-ftreet. 

Victory (Luke) Grocer, 103, Tbomas-flreet . 

Vidouze (Francis) Jeweller, 17, Fownes's-ftreet. 

Vierpyle (Simon) S,tone-c utter, 2, Bachelor" walk. 

Via:ne (James) Jeweller, 27, College-green. 

Villafranche (Terence) Suy-miker, 11, S. Anne-fir ect. 

Viny (Jofeph) Patent Whecl-wright, 141, Abbeyftreet. 

V.pon (Elizabeth) Milliner, 8, Caflle-fireet . 

Viz-r (Barnaby) Watch-maker, 19, Golden-lane. 

Vizer (Thomas & Charles) Upholders & Cabinet-makere, 34, gt. Britain-jl. 
Underwood (Richard) Taylor, 5$, New Jlreet. 
Upington (Henry) Timber-merchant, 87, Kevin* i-port, 
Ullier (John) Apothecary, 62, Dame-flreet 
Ufhcr (Richard) Apothccai y, 133, Capel-jheet. 

W. 

Wade (John) Chymiiland Apothecary, 66, Capelftrcet. 

Wade ( |ohn) Jeweller and Goldfmith, 6, EJfex-quay^ 

Wade (jofeph and Michael) Grocerf., 85, Bride-Street. 

Wade (Mary) Linen-draper, 63, Fleet-Jlrcet. 

Wade (Nicholas) Currier, 32, Winetavern-ftreet . 

Wade ( Patrick) Carpenter, 9, N. King-ftreet. 

Wade (Richard) Currier, 17, Nicholas- ftreet. 

Wade (Robert) Silk- weaver, 5, Hanover -Jlreet . 

Wade (Robert Watfon) Agent, Dublin- c aft le. 

Wade (Thomas) Hatter, 16, Dame^ftrset. 

Wainright (William) Baiket-maker, 41^ Fijhamble-ftreet . 

Wakefield (Thomas) Jeweller 5c Hardware-man, 87, <S. gt* Ge3rgc % s-Jlr. 



lOO 



Merchants and Traders. WAL 



WaMre (Vincent) HiftoricaJ-painter, Donnybrook. 

Waldron (Jcoffrey) Cooper, 15, Bachelor" 1 s-<walk. 

Waldron ( John) Limc-man, PV . J :hns-lane, 1 ' h:mas- r treet. 

Waldron (Laurence) Whblcfale Limn-'rpcr, 57, nil-lane. 

Waldron (William) Lmncr, 76, D:r it -fired. 

Walker (Digby) Apothecary,' 1 23, old Church-ftreet 

Walker (G orge) Watch-mak.r, 32, S.gt. George' s-ftreet. 

Walker (JolVph Co p-i) A^cnt, Dublin-caftle. 

W.ilker (Jbteph) Printer, 14, Anglejea •flr'det. 

Wa ker (Nathaniel) Gl 2 erand Painter, 21, Exchequer-ftreet. 

Waiker (Nathaniel) Met chant & Supe v.ior o P pc-uatei, Barrack-ftreet. 

Walker (Robe.t) T mbcr-mcr hant, 55, N . Kmg-ftreet. 

Walker (Samuel) Druggilt and Colour-merchant, 3, Gecrge's-ftreet. 

Walker (Solomon) V\ ivct-manu'aclu; cr, 54, Francis-ftreet . 

Walker (Thomas) B.ooklcller and Stock-broker, 79, T)ame-ftreet. 

Walker (Williafn) Mathcmatical- ; nft: ument-makcr, 17, Temj>le-bar, 

Wall (Edward) Grocer, 22, Patrick-ftreet. 

Wall (Garret) Grocer, 90, Coorr.be. 

Wall (James) Shoe-maker, 18, Tenfle-bar. 

Wall (John) Skinner, 13, IVatltng-ftreet . 

-fWrfll anil Jones, Merchants, 33, Town end-ftreet . 

Wail (Michael) Linen-draper, 25, Boot-lane. 

Wall (Patrick) H )fier and Habci dafhv r, 42, Exchequer-ftreet . 

Wail (Paul) Skinner, 21, Watling-ftrect. 

Wall (Richard) Starch-manu!a£tui c r and Baker, 16, lighe-ftreet, 
Wall (Thomas) Carpenter, 4, Wall 'f-lane, Francis-ftreet. 
'Wall (Valentine) Shoe-mafcer, 162, gt. Btitain-ftreet. 
Wallace (Archibald) Siil-makcr, 47. City quay. 
Wallace (Samuel) Gun-maker, 22, Fluftace-ftt eet. 
Wallace (William) Merchant, 22, N. Cumber land-ftreet. 
WaUis (Samuel) cttbVe'r, I, Caflle-ftrect. 

Walfh (Anne and Matthew) Woollen drcpers, 8, Uigh-ftteet. 
Walit /Bridget) Grocer, 23, fV. Arranftreet. 
Walfb [Catharine and Anne) Milliners, 31, Jenvis-Jfreet. 
Walfli (Catharine and France*) Mil'ine; s' £c Habcrdaihers, 49, Catel-ftrect. 
Walfh (Charles) Silk-weaver, !, Love-lane. 
Walfh (Francis) Coach-maker, 6, N. Ki'-g-fireet. 
Wailh (Francis) ill-mart, 9, Rojemary-lane. 
Wallh (Ann) Baker, 20, Copper-ally ' 
'Wailh (Jam b) Breeches- h&afcer, 35, Dame-ftreet. 
Walfh (James) CoaftFa&br, b7, 7 n i 
WaUh (James) Grocer, 58, 3 

,1 (jamosj Grocei and TobacconiR, 95, Fket-Jtrcct. 
Wallh (James) Seedfman, 37, High-ftreet . 
Walfh ( John) Mer, hant-taylor, 13, ' Cajtls-fireet. 
•hW.Ilh (John) Wine-merchant, 27, Jer^vis-j:* eet. 
Walfli ( Keyran) Taylor, 12, Ctonv-ftreet. 
Walfll (Margaret) Milliner, 48, Cajel-ftrcct. 
Wallh (.Michael) Perfume-feller, 8, llcnry-ftreet: 
Wallh (O.) Parchratat-makcr and Gluc-bo.lcr, 62, IVatltng-ftreet. 



WAT Merchants and Traders. ioi 



f Walfh and Murray, Wholefale Hard-ware-merchants, 17, W. New-rout' 

Walfh (Patrick) Quill-man, 23, Fijhamble-fireet. 

Walfh (Patrick) JcwelLrand Golnimlth, 23, Skinner-ro-w. 

Waifli (Geo ge) Printer^ J9, Coal-quay. 

Walfh (Peter) Butter-merchant, 32, Corn-market. 

Walfh (Richard) Grocer, 25, Bride-ft eet, 

Walfh (Richard) Grocer and Tobaccondt, 47, Thomas-ftreet . 

fWai(h (Richard) Merchant and F loir -factor, 2,0, Greek-flreeto 

W.tlfh (Robert) Linen-draper, 13, Dame ftreet. 

Walih (Thomas) Baker, u, Fifli amble ftreet . 

V/al(h (Thomas & Nich.) Silk, Tabinet, & Poplin-manir. 25, Dameflr. 

fWalfh (Will-am and Joleph) Merchants 8, W. Cole-alley. 

Wailh (William) Coach-makc.i, 12, Chatham-Jtreet. 

Walfh (William) Glazier, 17, Ro's-lane. 

Ward (Bartholomew) Baker, 32, N King-fl eet. 

-J- Ward (Charles) Merchant, 12, Fownes 's-Jiree' '. 

Ward (John Curtis) Silk-manur'a6\u:cr, 6, Nicholas-ftreet. 

Ward (John) S^dle, 15, Khg-jtreet. 

Ward ( fohn and Son) Silk-'manir iclur- s, 15, Bridge-ftreet, 

Ward ( John) Sm'th and Bcll-h ing .: , 6r, Mary's -lane. 

War.) (Liurence) Tj llow-chandler, 7, Patrick-jh eet . 

Ward (Mary) Con/e&ioner and Pad.y-.ook, 5,6" gt. George" s- ftreet. 

Ward (Patruk) Diftillcr, 31, N. Jchn-ftreet. 

-fWard (Pat lick) Merchant; 32, Bijhop-ftreet. 

Ward (Peter) Baker, 31, Meaih-Jireet 

Ward (Richard) Watch and Clock-maker, 14, Crampton-court. 

Ward (Stmu' l) \ pothecary, 26, Bridge-ftreet . 

Ward (Thoma ) Taylor, 1, Cope-ftreet. 

-J- Warden (Hugh.) H;iulwut-mn\ h ant, 193, Abbcy-ftreet % 

Ware (Robert) Tanner, 24. W. Ehiu lane. 

Warmingham (Charle-) Cal)inrt-maki-r, 19, Fleet-ftreet. 

Warn r (Grorge) Watch-maker, 1, S. gt George" s-ftreet. 

Warren (Andrew) Cutler, 13, lit Ship-Jit eet. 

Warren (Charles) Coal-faclor , 6, Aflon* s-quay 

Warren (Eleazoi ) Watch-maker,, 48, S. gt. George'* s-ftreet. 

-f* Warren (Franc^j William) Mm hanr, 9, Flest-Jreet. 

Warren (Nath.) Alderman & ill Comm dinner of Police, 8 5 TVilliam-ftr . 

Wan en (N:th m ; ri) , 01.'z - 31, Clarendw-ft* eet. 

f VVirn. n (Richard) Merchant, 77, B> ide- 'ireet 

f Warren (Thomas and Co.) Merchants, 57, Bolton-ftreet. 

Wa-rcn (William) Glazier, 23, E. Liffey-ftreet . 

Warren ( Will am) Shoe maker, 44, 6\ gt George's-ftreet, 

Warren (William) Up'.ohier, 2&|; Btresford-ftreet. 

Watfon (Benjamin) S lk-manuracVurer and M rccr, 43, College-green* 

Watfon (Georg> ) Peruke-maker, 8, T; iuity-ftreet. 

Watfou (Georpe) Ship-block-maker, 66, Ci y-quay. 

Watfon (JoSn) S lk-wcaver, 83, Dame-flreet. 

W.itfon (Laurence) Taylor, 52, Plunket -ftreet . 

Watfon (Mirk) Mohair, Thread & Tape-manufaclurer, I, MullinabacL 
Watfon (Thomas) Hoficr, 2, 6\ gt. George" 's-ftrtet. 



1 02 Merchants and Traders. WH1 

Watfon (William) Bookfcller, 7, Capeljlreet. 

Watfon (George) Taylor, 49, Plunket-flreet. 

Watters (Mary) Cork-Cutter, 2 2, low. Ex change-/! reef. 

Waits (Henry) Law-bookfeller, 3, Chrift-church-lane. 

Wilts (William) Apothecary, 21, Anglefea-fireet 

Weldon (Bartholomew) Baker, 89, Dorjct-flreet. 

Weldon (Chnrtopher) Tin-plate-worker, 54, Thomas-Jtreet. 

•fWeldon (Ignatius) Me- chant, 4, A^der cu's-court. 

Wenmoth (John) Clothier, 15, »V Jchnfiieet. 

Weldon and Murphv, Mercers, 56, Dame-Jheet. 

Wells (B. and Co.) Lottery-ofFice-keepers, 12, Capel-flrtet. 

Wells (J. and Co.) Lottery-office-keepers, 17, Dame-ftreet. 

Wclwood (John) Coach-maker, 55^, Stephen-fit eet. 

Wefman ( James) Smith and Anvil-maker, Kilmainham. 

Welt (Abfaham) Cutler, 19, E. Cole-alley. 

Weft (Francis) Drawing-mailer, 58, Exchequer-flreet. 

Weft (Matthew) Goldfmith, 15, Skinner-rouo. 

-f-Weftlake, Stanley and Co. Drug-merchants, 40, Bride-ftreet.* 

Weftray (Henry and James) Tanners, 57, Jatnes's-ftreet. 

Wetheral! (William) Stay-maker, 34, Capel-Jlreet . 

Wharton (John) Silk and Worfted-manuFaclurer, 17, Spittlefelds. 

Whearty (Stephen) Chandler, 69, James' s-ftreet . 

Wheeler (William) Perfumer, 6, Barrack-flreet. 

Wheelock (Henry) China-feller, 23, Whitefrtar-Jlrett. 

Whelan (Catharine) Confectioner, 21, Cajile-fireet. 

Whelan (Jane) Diftiller, 6, AudeorCs-arch. 

Whelan (John) Grocer, 5, Bridge- jlreet. 

Whelan (Patrick) Skinner, 64, IVatling-fir-tet. 

-f*Whelan (Thomas) Merchant, 2, AnderJ on s- court. 

Whiftler (Gabriel) Upholder and Auctioneer, 66, o\ gt. Getrge's -Jlreet. 

White (Alice) Dyer, 32, N. Cole-alley. 

White (Alice) Skinnei, 53, Watling-Jlreet. 

White (Charter;) Hardware-merchant, 37, Pill-lane. 

White (Chrittopher) Cot n-chandler, 27, Hawkins's -ftrtet. 

White and Brown, Soap-exporters, 44, Town 1 end flreet. 

Wh ; te (Henry Warrin?) Merchant, 16, Bachelor' s-walA* 

White (James) Diftiller, 27, Bull-alley. 

White (John) Coach-owner and Undertaker, 12, Boltsn-ftreet. 

White and Bernard, Hatters, 12, temple-bar. 

White (John) Cbandl-r, 9, Ex chequer Jlreet. 

White (John) Shoe-maker, 1, Wosd-quay. 

White (Laurence) Tanner, 49, Cork-Jlreet. 

White ( Luke) Lottery broker, 42, Dazvfon-ftreet. 

White (Mary) Haberd^fher, 45, Exchequer-ftreet . 

White (Michael) Grocer, 75, eld Church-Preet . 

WIVte (Michael) Haberdafher, 52, Flcet-Jlreet. 

White (Mary) Grocer, 82, 7 p .,, . 

White (Nathaniel) Hard-ware-mercbant, 38,3 lllt ' larr 

White (N'chohs) Linen-draper, 1, Back-lane. 

f White (Patri.k) Tanqer, 52, Dolphin" s-karn. 



W IL Merchant's and T ruder s. \o% 



White (Mark) Wine-merchant, io, D$rfet-firest^ 

White (Richard) Bookfeller, Print-feller, and Stationer, Dame~firvet» 
White (Thomas) Grocer, 82, James 'j -fireet. 
White (Thomas) Hofier, I, S. King-fireet. 

White (Thomas) Merchant, 1 13, Clare-fireet. 
White (Thomas) Wine and Spirit-merchant, 44, Bridgt-firect. 
White (William) Baker, 33, Thomas-court. 

White (William) S;lk and Ribbon-manufa&urer, 26, Dame-fireet \ 

Whitehead (Thomas) Haberdafher, 17, Pimlico. 

Whit' houfe (Thomas and Jolhua) Grocers, 26, James's-fireet. 

Whitelock (John) Shuttle-maker, 77, AJh-fireei. 

Whittrftone (Robert) Stay-maker, 23, Andt eiv-fireei. 

Whiteftone (Thomas) Upholder, 39,, Danvjon-fireet.. 

Wh:tettone (William) Bookfelk-r, 33, Skinner -row. 

Whitten (Edward) Afrnt, Dublin-ccftie, and 46. Tirk-fireet. 

Whitto (William) Coach-maker, 2-6, Dominic k-fireet '. 

Whitty (Thomas) Smith and I; on-ioui; J ^ r, 34, To<wnj end-fir eet. 

Whyte (Elizabeth) Haberdafher ana Linen-d 1 vper , 60, Ft jh amble-fir eet. 

Whyte ( James) Grocer, 65, Capel-jireet 

Whyte (John) Tanner and Diftjllrr, 2h\ W atling-fireet . 

Whyte (Richard) Tobacconift, 53, Thomas-ft- ett. 

Whyte (Samuel) Mailer of the Engjifh Graatirnar-fchool, 75, Grafton-firet€, 
Wirkins (Thomas) Carpenter, 6, loiu Kevin-fireet . 
Wiirie (Nuhohfr) Tanner, Dolphin s-barn. 

Wilde (Patrick) Tanner and Glue-boiler, 64, Marrcicbone-lar.c. 

Wilde (Richard) I :on-monger a nd Hardwarc-merthmt, 7 3, Thomas-fired. 

Wildridge (George) Stone-cuttt • , $6, S. g: C 'eo: ge's-Jtreet. 

Wildrig<: (Richard) Curiicr, 66, James' s-flreet. 

Wildrige (Thomas) Architect and Builder, 27, Q^eenfireet. 

Wilkins (George) Butcher, 100, Pait tch-fl* eet. 

•f Wilkinfon (Abraham and Peter) MorfhafUft, 4, V- r . Park-fireet. 

Wilkinfon (George) Silk and WorP<- 4 -mariufuch:r- r, 8, Spi tiff elds. 

Wilkinfon (James) Button-manu'aclurer, j, Bolizn court , Skinner-ro*9* 

Wilkinfon (John) Hatter, 113, N. Kmg-fireet. 

Wilkinfon (John) Ship-broker, 30, Poolbeg-ftreet. 

Wilkinfon and Meldrum, Curriers I, Merchant i-quay. 

Wilkinfon (Ri hard) Hatter, 15, Pill-lane. 

Wilkinfon (Thomas) Book-bi.uicr, 1 5c , Franc'n ft-eet. 

Wilkinfon (Thomas) Bookfeller, 40, 1 ' a 

U>:n. r /tu \ ni 1 1 > tV ineiavcrn-Jtreet. 

Wilkmion (Tnomss) Plum'wr, 22, \ J 

Willan ( ]ncohan,'i Sar^uel) Shag 3n ^ S lk-m-nufa&urers, 50, Francis-fir. 

Willrtt (Hemy) Jeweller, 64, Davte-fire;:. 

Willett (James} Seal-cmur, I, S. g* George's -fir eet. 

Williams (Chailrs) Apothecary an 1 C'ug^ity, 20, Bride-fireet. 

Williams (James) Sheriff V-pc tr and Coai h-ma!-rr, 17, Marj-fireer, 

Williams (Jofeph) Wool-comber* 33, W . C U- alley. 

Williams (Owen) Joiner, 174, Abbex fireet \ 

Williams (Ralph) Brafs-'oun<ie.r , 5, Britain-lar.e. 

William (Richard and Co.) Glafs-mak^is, 15, low. Ormsnd-quay. 

Willians (Rit-hard) Goldfmith, 16, Graf on- fir eet. 



104' Merchants and Traders. WOO 



Williams (Robert ) Carpenter, 32, Coombe. 

Will 'ims (William) Chandler, 32, Merchant s -quay • 

Wll'ams (William and Co.) Si Ik -ma" nil I <dur. rs, 44, Cafilc-Jtreet. 

Williams (William) Trunk-maker, 17, Wood- quay, 

Will-ams (William) Weaver, 1 1 7, Coombe 

Will'amfon (G-or^r) Ropr-maker, 16, Fill-lane. 

Wilfamf n (JoL-ph) Grocer, 58, Afion'squa . 

Wiliiamfon (Maffhrw, fern) re nter, 12, 7 n f n 

Will amfon (tyatthew, j«n } Carver and Gilder, 89, \^t^rHU 

Williarnfon (Shaw) Watch-maker, 67, Capel-Jlreet. 

W 11 amlon (Wiiliam) Rope-maker, R:gerjons quay. 

Willis (John) Breeches- maker, 81, S. gt. George's-fireer. 

Willis (Anthony) Re finer, 2, up. 0/ mond-quay 

Wills (William) Chandler, 98, Francis-ftreet . 

W ilfn (H nry ) Goidfmith and Hatt-r. 39, Dame-Jheet. 

Wilfon ( Benjamin) Goldfmith, 26, Skinner-row. 

Wilfon ( riehry) Carpenter, 15, Fijhamble-ftreet. 

Wilfm (James) Butcher, 14, Cafile-ma*-ket. 

Wiifon (James) Upholder and Auctioneer, 55, Stephen-fireet. 

Wilfon (John) Bui her, 18, Clarendon fireet. 

Wilfon (John) SherfTVpcer and Agent to the Blue coat-hospital. 

W lfon (John) Tayior, 3, Pembroke-court. 

d'W Hon (John) Wine-merc hnnt, 13, ? Q ra f, ■ fl reet 

W ilfon (Jonathan) Confectioner and French-baker, 22, j" ' * 

(••Wilfon (fofeph) Merchant, ic, 7 , ~ , 

W lfon (JoTrpH mhd Co.JO 1 and Colour-men, . ■ , T f »"> 

•f Wilfon (J .fhua and Benjamin) Merchants, 48, Golden-lane. 

Wilfon (Mary) Bookfellei and Patent-rhedfcine Agent, 6, Dame-fireet. 

Wilfon (Mole?) Cai ■prt-manufadlurer, 8, Ormond-fireet. 

Widnn (Ricfaa d) I on-monger, 21, Higb-Jireet . 

Wilfon (Ri hard) W>>x -chandler, 13^ Cafel fireet. 

Wilfon (Robert) Haberdaflier, 51, Exchequer-fireet. 

Wilfon and Strohl, Fur-manufaclurci b, n, Exchequer-fireet. 

Wilfon ( William) A rny-agent, 68, S. gt. George" s-fireei. 

Wjlfon (William) Printer and Station r, 6, Dame-Jlreet. 

Wif heart (John) Silk-wraver, 7, Ejfex-Jtreet 

ringtOD (William) Merchant, 69, Grafion-fireet. 
Woflihgton (Robert) Piano- "orte-makcr, 9, W illiam-jtrect . 
Wogan (Patrick) Bookfeller, 23, old Bridge. 
•Woyan (Thomas) Grocer, 95, Keviu's-f ort. 
Wolfe (Thomas) China, G lafs and D I'-f iter, 9, Temple-bar. 
Wool (Anne) Taliow-tharidltr, 8, Grafton-fl* eet. 
Wood (Richard) Che; f -monge< , 40, Temple bar. 
Woodmalon and Co. Wiolcfale-Qation-rs, 129, Abbey -ftreet. 
Wood olfe (John) Wine-ID I chant, 60, Jervis-fireet. 
Wo wis (Matth :w) Wi»e-tflerthant, 10, Liffey-fireet. 
Wood* (Richard) Cooper, It, N. Bow-lane. 
Woodward (B r.jam n) Merchant, 49, Abbey-fir eet . 

Woodward (Hump. Aldrith) Dep. Army-agent for HaK-pay, 7 .Ellis's -quay. 



ZIM Merchants and Traders. 105 

Wooldridge (Thomas) Tallow-chandler, 3, Back-lane* 
Wooloughan (Peter) Coal-faCtor, 22, Afion's-qiiay. 
Wornaii (Joftrph) Butcher, 45, Cajile-market. 
Wornall (Richard) Butcher, 99, Patrick-jtreet. 

Woi thington (David) Land-furveyor and M^afurer, 25, Townjend-fireet. 

Worthington (Roger) Capent r, 5, Diggers -lane. 

Worthington (William) Alderman and Merchant, Ifiand- bridge. 

Wright (A. and Co.) Whole faft-mercHants, 6, old Church-fir eet. 

Wiight (Benjamin) Grocer, 32, Bride-ftreet. 

Wright (James) Cabinet-maker, 26, M ary> s-abbey. 

Wright ( j ames) Victualler, 15, Hawkins 's-fireet. 

Wright (John) Grocer, 8, Suff'olk-fireet . 

Wiight (Jofcph) Grocer, 6, Fijb amble-fir eet. 

Wybnnts (James) Vintner, 37, George* s-quay. 

Wybrants (Stephen and Robe, t) Army-agents, 30, Granby-rctu. 

Wycr (Charles) Watth and Cloik-makcr. 19, low. Ormond-quay. 

Wynne (George) Merchant, 9, Porto-bello. 

Y. 

Yeates (Benjamin) Linen-draper, 15, W illiam-fireet. 
Yeates (J imes) Weaver, 33, Chambre-fireet . 
Yeates (John) Haberdafher, 16, Cuffe-fireet. 
Yratcs (Jonathan) Cutler, J 58, old Church-fireet. 
»Yrates (Samuel) Optician, 4, up. Ormond-quay. 
Yeates (Thomas) Shoe-maker, 18, Stephen-fir eet. 
Young (George) Hatter, 41, Temple-bar. 
Young (J"hn) Taylor, 19, up. Sfaffcrd-fireet. 
Young (Matthew) Grocer, 5, Spittlefelds. v 
Young (Matthew) Woollen-draper, 4, Francis -fir eet. 
Younge (Jane) Linen-draper, 58, High-fireet. 

Z. 

Zimmermann (Emanuel) Teacher of the French-language, 16, S:ephen-ft. 



io6 7* ruftees R . Exchange. Chamber of Commerce, 



TRUSTEES of the ROYAL EXCHANGE. 
iWr. Thus marked § arc for the time being. 



Lord Mayor. 
T. Hon. Henry Gore Sankey, 
DaivJoH'ftreet. 

Sheriffs. 
§Bcn.Gaalt, Efq; l6\ Mary'' s- abbey. 
§ John Norton, Efq; 69, High-firm. 
City Representatives-. 
Ld. H mry F iizGcra U\ y LeinJier-hou fr ; 
Rt. Hon. Henry Gratun, Hclles-Jl 
City Treasurer. 
^ Alderman James Hamilton, 15, up. 

Orntond-quay. 
Senior Master of the Guild of 

Merchants. 
-§ John Dawfon, Efq. 37, Caftle-Jlreet. 



Merch ants. 
Traver? Hartley, Efq; 89, Bride ftr. 
J ofe ph L y nam , E fq; 5 ,Baehe krs~ ivafc. 
Alexander J affray, Efq ; 8 , ty-p httt . 
Rob. Magee, Efq- 27, Aw. Ormcnd-q. 
Abra.Wilkinfon, Efq; 4, PP. Park-jL 
William Colvill, Efq; ^Bachelor s-tv. 
Samuel Dick, Efq; 13, Luttn-haU^it. 
G. Godfrey HofFm<in T Efq; 9, Flcat-;t. 
Hugh Crothers, Efq; 7, Lur*art-ft. 
James Horan, Efq; 82, Meath j'treet. 
Joftiua Pirn, Efq; 15, Ujber*f~ifland. 

Register. 
Mark Hamilton. 



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CHAMBER «/ COMMERCE. 



President. 
Travers Hartley, Efq; 89, Bride-ftr. 

Vi c e-Pres iden ts. 
Daniel Marlton, Efq; 11, Abbcy-Jt. 
D.T. O'Brien, Efq; 29, Merchants-*;. 

Treasurer. 
Jofhua Pirn, Efq; 15, Ufier^s-ijland. 

ALex. Armltrong, Efq; 1 6, Boiv-Jlreet. 

John IJinns, Efq; 1 ol » 

w-iit r* 7'r r otaw s-court. 

William Cope, Efq; J 

Leland Croithwaite, Efq; 76, Fleet-Jt. 

Hugh Crothers, Efq; 7, Lurgan-ft. 

Samuel Dick, Efq; 13, Linen-hall-ft . 

Hutjh Haraill, Efq; 31, Dominick-jtr. 

Daniel Geale, Efq; 7,? D , , 

F.-cWcrick Ceale, E&J 



Benjamin Ga ult, Efq; 1 6, Mary's^ab. 
John Hendrick, Efq; 9, i>. Ormond-q. 
James Hartley, Efq; 89, Bride-fir. 

JohnLindky, Efq; 10, Jer<vts-ftr. 
Ab. Wilkinfon, Efq; 4, IV. Pork-fi. 
Jerem. D'Olier, Efq; 87, Dame-ftreer 
Edw. Forbes, Efq; 44, Bachel:rs-w. 
V. O'Connor, Efq; 6, Dsmirtick-Jlrett. 
Smith Ramage, Efq; 9, Granby-rcw. 
William Colvill, Efq; 6, BacheIors-<w. 
Tho. Mitchell, Efq; 
M. Jaffray, Jun. Efq; 19,? Euftmct- 
Wm. Rawlins, Efq; »o> Sftreet. 

Secretary. 
Wm. Shannon, Pub. Not. ^Damt-Jt. 



THE 

DUBLIN DIRECTORY 



KNIGHTS OF THE MOST ILLUSTRIOUS ORDER 
OF ST. PATRICK. 

Inilituted $th February — Invcftiture in the Hall of Sc.Patr i c k, Castle, 
nth March — Inllallaticn, in the Cathedral of St. Patrick the 
17th March, 1783. 

The SOVEREIGN. 



James Earl of Clanbraflil 
Richard Earl of Mornington 
Arthur Earl of Arran 
James Earl of Courtown 
J'ames Earl of Charlemonc 
Thomas Earl of Be&ive 
John Jofhua Earl of Carysfort. 



His Royal Highnefs Prince Edward 
William Robert Duke of Leinftcr 
Henry Marquis of Clanricarde 
1 homas Ea?l of Weftmeath 
Murrough Earl of Inchiquin 
Chailcs Marquis of Dioghcda 
George Marquis of Watcrford 
Richard Earl of Shannon 

Grand Mafter, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (for the time being). 
. Prelate^ His Grace, Ld. Rokeby, Archb. of Armagh, Primate of all Ireland. 

Chancellor, Dr. Robert Fowler, Archbifhop of Dublin. 

Rcgijler, Dr. Wiiliarn Oadock, Dean of St. Patrick. 

Secretary , Lord Viicount Dclvin, Geneahgifi, Charles Hen. Coote, Efq. 

UJher, Koa. H«-n,y Fane. Ulfter King of Arms, Sir C. Foite/'vUr, Kt. 

Heralds, 'i homas Mertdyth Wiwttanlcy, and William Bryan, E qfs. 

The prejent BARON ETSc/Ireland, with the Dates of their Creation # 
The original Grant for the Order #f Baronetage in Ireland, and appointing 

C.hwiiJJioncrs fjr executing ihe Patent , ivas dated lid cf May 161 I. 

. Creation. 

ARTHUR Annedey (V. Valencia) Aug. 7, 1620 

FiU-Gcrald Aylmer, Dsnodea, Kildare, Jan 2$, 1621 

RUph Gore (E. of Rol ) Feb. 2, 1621 

Thomas Browne, Ki Harney, Kerry (V. Kenmare) Feb. 16", 162 1 

Chailcs Henry Coote {%. of Mo unuath) Apr. 2,1621 

William Courteney (V..Courtrncy) , Dec. 10, 1621 

Hon, y Lynch Bloil'c, CajUecatra, Gal<way y June 8, I 622 

H O. y Tuite, Sonna«h, PVeJimeath, June 16^ I 622 

Waller Blake, Merd;gh y Gal-way , July 10, 1622 

George Bamcwall, Feb. 21, 1622 

AnjicHey Stewart, Dublin, May 2, 1623 

Robeit Staples, Dunm.re, Queen's-co. July 18, 1628 

John Burke, Gli*Jk. RoicoHtm;n y Aug. 2, 1 62$ 

Richard Butler, Gat ryhunden, Carleiv y Aug* 16, 1628 

1 nomas Klmond, Wexford, Jan, 28, r62 8 

Thomas OnSorne, Neivtszvn, fVatctford, 08, 15, i6zo 

Simon Mor res, Kncckagh, Tipperary y Mar.1%, i6v 

jamcs FiUgeraKl, Calile-ifhen y Cod, Feb, 8, if 
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Baronets. 



Erafmus Borrower, GUtcwn, KiUare, 

Pigot William Piers, Triejlemagb, JVeftmcath, 

I3uke Giffard, Cajlle-jcrdan, Meaih, 

Malby Croiton, Sligo, 

John James Perceval, (E. of Egmont) 

Arthur Saunders Gore (E. of Arran) 

Thomas Arthur Southwul (V. Southwell) 

<\ my raid D.:ncer, Mcderery, Tipperary, 

Geo. vie La Poer Beresford (Marquis or Waterford) 

John Rawdon (E. of Moira) 

Percy Gethin, Sligt, 

John Fleming Lekefter, Tabley, Chefl i*e, 
Laurence Parfons, Parfons -tciun, King' < -co. 
Richard Rcynel^ Middle/ex, London, 
Henry Harttfongc, Brnff, Limerick, 
Emanuel Moore, Dunviore, Crk, 
Edward King (E. of Kindlon) 
John Caldwell, Cajlle-Caldwell, Fermanagh, 
Lucius O'B Ln, Drumcland, Clare, 
Patrick Bellew, Barmeath, Loivth, 
Thomas Vefey (V. de Vclcij 
John Meade (E. of Clanwdl am) 
Thomas Taylor (E. of Bcclive) 
Charles Levinge, Levington-park, Wefimeath, 
CornwallisMaude, Dundrum, Tipperary, (B. Mnntalt) 
Robert Tilfon Deane, Dromore, Csrk, (B. Mufkcrry) 
Henry Echlin, Dublin, 
William Vigors Bu^dct, Carloiv, 
Capel Molyneux, Cafle-dilhn, Armagh, 
Hen. Bayly Paget, Tin neivydd,AigleJey,{K. of Uxbridgt 
Nicholas Conway Cotthurll, Ardrum, Cork, 
Richard YVoifel-y, St. Catharine's, Dublin, 
James Somervell, ^«wwV^w», Meaih, 
William Evans Ryves Mones, Kilcreen, Kilkenny, 
Edward Crofton, M:te, Ro common, 
Charles Bu. ton, PJlerton, Carhiu, 
Simon Bradflrect, Dublin, 
George Ribton, Grove, Dublin y 
Booth Gore, Artarmon, Sligo, 
James May, Mayfield, JVaterfrd, 
John Blackwood, Bolljliddj, Dc*wn, 
James Lawrence Cotter, R ckforeft, Corky 
John Blumkn, Cajlle-blundcn, Kilkenny* 
Richard St. George, Alhlone, Weflmcath, 
John Paini.ll, Rat/: league, ^::een\-co. 
Richard Steele, Hampftead, D,blin, 
John Freke, Cat le-Freke, C:rh, 
Edward Lofiu , Mouvt-Loftus, Kilkenny, 
James Nugent, Don, re, Wejlmeqth} 
Richard John Ron, Gilford, Dozvn, 
Hen. Hamilton, Mawr-Cunningbam, Donegal!, 
:i Allen Johnilon, Dublin, 



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